"Asdzani Shash: The Woman Who Turned Into A Bear," a contemporary retelling of a Navajo legend by Albuquerque native Rhiana Yazzie, will be on stage at 8 p.m. The play is set in a convalescent home near the Navajo reservation, but it is never far from the world of storytelling and myth.
"Little Big Horn," a two-act comedy by San Diego's Alan Kilpatrick, was presented Friday. It began in 1876 at the Battle of the Little Big Horn and moved to an American Embassy in the present- day Middle East to tell the story of Marine Cpl. Norman Hayes, born Sioux but raised by the Jewish couple who adopted him.