“The complete production of Wood Bones was in fact one of the most beautiful and spiritual plays I have ever seen. It’s a play that could have indulged in stereotypes, but did the exact opposite; nothing is quite what you expect.” – Blogcritics, May 29, 2013, Deborah Atherton

Eagle Project is a New York-based performing arts company, fiscally sponsored by New York Live Arts that behaves as an artistic laboratory. Through theater, music, dance, spoken word, and film, the Eagle Project dissects the American identity using the Native American experience, both past and present. Their programs include the development and staging of the works of Native American playwrights and educational outreach on Native American culture. Hatch is Eagle Project’s program of readings, staged readings, and workshops designed to help develop original theatrical material. From this program, Eagle Project has produced Wood Bones by William S. Yellow Robe, Jr.; Broken Heart Land by Vicki Lynn Mooney; and Trail of Tears by Thomas J. Soto.

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