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Madeline Sayet, Artist/Scholar Residency
Shakespeare in Native Communities

February 12-15, 2019


Madeline Sayet is an award-winning Mohegan director of new plays, classics, and opera who believes the stories we pass down inform our collective possible futures. For her work as a director she has been honored as a 2019 Drama League Director-In-Residence, a 2018 Forbes 30 Under 30 in Hollywood & Entertainment, TED Fellow, MIT Media Lab Director’s Fellow, National Directing Fellow, and a recipient of The White House Champion of Change Award from President Obama.

“Indigenous Shakespeares” Lecture
Tuesday Feb., 12, 5pm

Farber Hall, Old Main, USD Campus
Reception to follow, 6pm, Native American Cultural Center, 411 E. Clark St. , Vermillion

Campus Luncheon Meet & Greets
Wednesday Feb., 13, 11:30am

Warren M. Lee Center for Fine Arts, USD Campus, Rm. 180

Brown-bag (bring your own lunch)

Thursday February 14, 11:15am

Native American Cultural Center, 411 E. Clark St, lunch provided

Vermillion Community Gathering

Thursday, February 14, 6:30pm
Vermillion Public Library, Kozak Room

Dinner & gathering with Madeline Sayet. Gather, eat, &learn about Madeline's work, and the SDSF while brainstorming ways the community can be involved in this exciting production.

Traditional meal provided. All are welcome. Free of charge.

Madeline Sayet's residency is sponsored, in part, by the SD Humanities Council, SD Arts Council, the USD Office of Diversity and USD departments of Theatre, English & Anthropology.

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