Eden Sanaa Duncan-Smith took part in the off-broadway staged reading of the Eagle Project’s “Wood Bones” by William S. Yellow Robe, Jr. Eden played a young bi-racial child abused by her Native American step-father in a house whose spirit became troubled by the abuse and could not free itself from the painful history.
The Eagle Project is a production house dedicated to exploring the American Identity and Native American heritage through theatre and performing arts.
William S. Yellow Robe, Jr. is an Assiniboine Playwright, Director, Poet, Actor, Writer, and Educator from the Fort Peck Indian reservation located in northeastern Montana. He is also the first Native American to have a major stage production Off-Broadway!
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