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The company of The Thanksgiving Play; photo by Joan Marcus

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Jennifer Bareilles and Greg Keller; photo by Joan Marcus

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Greg Keller, Jennifer Bareilles, Jeffrey Bean, and Margo Seibert; photo by Joan Marcus

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Jennifer Bareilles and Margo Seibert; photo by Joan Marcus

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Larissa FastHorse; photo by Zack DeZon

The Thanksgiving Play


Peter Jay Sharp Theater Extended!

Written by Larissa FastHorse
Directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel

World premiere

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With the Gender Equality in History Grant, the Excellence in Educational Theater Fellowship, a municipal arts grant and the Go! Girls! Scholastic Leadership Mentorship, this is far more than a Thanksgiving play.

Ah, Thanksgiving, that most American of holidays: when families gather to celebrate the warmth of home, the bounty of the harvest — and a legacy of genocide and violent colonial expansion. Good intentions collide with absurd assumptions in Larissa FastHorse’s wickedly funny satire, as a troupe of terminally “woke” teaching artists scrambles to create a pageant that somehow manages to celebrate both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month.

FEATURING
Jennifer Bareilles — Logan
Jeffrey Bean — Caden
Greg Keller — Jaxton
Margo Seibert — Alicia

Scenic Design: Wilson Chin
Costume & Puppet Design: Tilly Grimes
Lighting Design: Isabella Byrd
Sound Design: Mikaal Sulaiman
Production Stage Manager: Katie Ailinger
Assistant Stage Manager: Jenny Kennedy

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Production Photos: The Thanksgiving Play

This isn't your family's turkey trot: In Larissa FastHorse's hilarious new satire, "woke" teaching artists scramble to stage a pageant celebrating both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month...while also quelling their white guilt.

First Rehearsal Photos: The Thanksgiving Play

Rehearsals are underway for Larissa FastHorse's 'The Thanksgiving Play' — a wickedly funny satire where “woke” teaching artists scramble to create a play that celebrates both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month.
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