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And So We Walked

March 31 — May 13, 2018

In the Ellyn Bye Studio

Previews are Mar. 31- Apr. 5 | Opening night Apr. 6
Written and Performed by DeLanna Studi
Directed by Corey Madden

A frank, funny and inspiring story of a contemporary Cherokee woman who goes on a six-week, 900-mile journey with her father along the Trail of Tears to better understand her own identity and the conflicts of her nation. And So We Walked is a powerful, multi-faceted dramatic memoir that draws on interviews, historical research and the artist’s personal experiences to convey the complexities and conflicts with which the Cherokee wrestle.

DeLanna Studi returns to The Armory for her own very personal play after starring as Marie Dorion/Sarah Astor in Astoria: Part One and Two.

Who’s Who:
View the cast and creative team bios.

Playbill:
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Run Time:
Approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes, including one intermission.

Note:
Recommended for ages 13 and up. Contains some mature language. Children under 6 are not permitted at any production at The Armory.

Production made possible in part by a grant from




Resource Guide:
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Performance Times

Evenings: Tuesdays – Sundays at 7:30 p.m.*
Matinees: Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m., Thursdays at noon*

*Schedule may vary for some shows. Please check our season calendar to confirm.

Photos & Artwork

And So We Walked The Armory 2018 De Lanna Studi Photo By Patrick Weishampel 370X272

Reviews of "And So We Walked"

"Intensely powerful." -BroadwayWorld 

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Specialty Cocktails for "Major Barbara" and "And So We Walked"

From Pimm's to an earl grey simple, Bar Supervisor (and resident mixologist) Melissa Larrabee introduces the delicious specialty cocktails inspired by Major Barbara and And So We Walked.

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From the Playwright: DeLanna Studi

"This play is a testament to the spirit of gadugi." And So We Walked playwright DeLanna Studi on her journey as a playwright and the journey of The Cherokee people.

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