By Pati LaLonde
Think of it as a live version of the hit movie “Night at the Museum,” says Sara Moore, a member of the Bay Arts Council board and producer for “Night at the Temple.”
In all, there are nine ghost stories, with scripts written by Bay City Central High School drama teacher Pam Barnes.
“They go back to their place and we rise from the dead,” Kate said.
But associating Indians with massacres? That's not cool. Even if the massacre actually happened--which we don't know--the choice reinforces our beliefs about Indians. How about an Indian ghost comedy or romance instead of an Indian ghost massacre?
For more on the subject, see Native Plays and Other Stage Shows.