Theatre at the Autry! Native Voices Presents Bingo Hall
Part of the series Native Voices
March 9–25, 2018
Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 8:00 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays: 2:00 p.m.
The Autry: Wells Fargo Theater
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- Space Is Limited / Reservations Recommended
About the Event
“RECOMMENDED . . . a delight, a deft and witty comedy that recalls vintage Neil Simon.”—Stage Raw
“A charming, at times funny, well-acted play about retaining cultural traditions.”—Guardian Liberty Voice
“Explores themes of tradition and identity . . . with plenty of jokes and unexpected occurrences.”—Hollywood Soapbox
“Family friendly, and the ticket price includes admission to the Autry Museum of the American West. Add a picnic and you’ve got a day of entertainment.”—Los Angeles Times (Note: The play includes some profanity.)
Edward Anaya makes all the calls in the pueblo—well, he calls the numbers at the senior center's bimonthly bingo. But college acceptance letters kick-start an identity crisis: Who will Edward be if he leaves home and bingo behind? Like Ferris Bueller if he lived in a pueblo, Edward knows just what to say until romantic rejection, family antics, and community pressures leave him tongue-tied. New playwright Dillon Chitto (Mississippi Choctaw, Laguna, Isleta Pueblo) brings the pueblo to the American theatre in this hilarious new play about tradition in a fast-changing world.
Highlights (Click image for details):
The Actors’ Equity Foundation, Department of Cultural Affairs (City of Los Angeles), Edison International, Los Angeles County Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, The Nissan Foundation, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, Shubert Foundation, SoCal Gas, Sony Pictures Entertainment, The Walt Disney Company, and Wells Fargo.