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WindWalkers is thrilled to learn how much audiences have loved the play. An original piece created by Howard Shangraw based on Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River Anthology. Even though the events of the play are set in the 1800s, the topics are very relevant today. It takes place in a cemetery where the spirits of the dead come back to tell their tale, but it is not a dark piece but one of celebration of the paths life can take.

65 characters, played by 8 actors, come back to warn you, laugh with you, cry with you and celebrate with you. Fitting for the medicine wheel as many clients have felt the presence of their passed loved ones with them during ceremonies. The limited seating makes the experience that more intimate. You feel like you are right there with them.

This is the last weekend to catch the show. The house opens at 7:30pm and offers beverages and light snacks before the play starts promptly at 8:15pm. Make sure you take a look up after the play as the view of the stars in the wheel is pretty spectacular. You can click on the link below to get tickets. We look forward to seeing you. AHO.


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