By Adam Hetrick
Thieves, according to the Public, "is a story about searching. Set in a powwow in a Brooklyn high school, deals are made, souls are compromised, love blossoms, and identity is sought after and redemption is found. At times laugh-out-loud funny and at times frighteningly brutal, this world premiere by William S. Yellow Robe, Jr. highlights the absurdity of the urban Indian's dual existence."
Below: "Elizabeth Rolston and Dylan Caruson." (Troy Paul)