Celebrate National Native American Awareness Month with a trip to the Autry!

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Native Voices at the Autry is pleased to announce that it will feature Carbon Black by Terry Gomez (Comanche) and directed by Randy Reinholz (Choctaw) as its main stage Fall 2009 production.

Half-Price Previews on November 4 and 5 at 8pm; November 7 at 2pm
Opening Night November 7 at 8pm
Show Runs through November 22
Showtimes: Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8pm; Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm

All shows at The Autry National Center in Griffith Park across from the LA Zoo where the 5 and 134 freeways meet. Parking is free and plentiful.

40% off for groups of 10 or more. Purchase tickets for your group at only $12 per ticket! Raise awareness and money: plan a charity benefit or themed event during National Native American Awareness Month in November!
Group leaders: To reserve tickets or for more info contact christi@flagmarketing.com or at 323-466-5830.

General Admission $20
Previews $10
Autry Members $12 ($6 for previews)
Autry Box Office 323-667-2000 x354 or TicketWeb 866-468-3399 or www.ticketweb.com.

**Show your ticket stub and get FREE entry into the 2009 Intertribal Arts Marketplace on November 7 and 8 plus a complimentary gift at the Autry Museum Store! Ask Christi for details.**

This taut psychological drama focuses on the relationship between an agoraphobic mother and her precocious son, Carbon "Inky" Black. When Inky claims to have witnessed a horrific murder, his mother's refusal to acknowledge the tale and her crippling dependence on sensationalized media coverage of violence in their city, serve to isolate them both even further. Dejected and often truant from school, Inky turns to young and well-meaning guidance counselor, Lisa YellowTree, who must fight her own battles with Mr. Tucker, a gruff and seemingly uncaring Vice Principal.

Inspired by an outbreak of crime in the playwright's own neighborhood, as well as the lingering culture of fear that has grown up in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks, Carbon Black illustrates what happens when life is distorted through the lens of local television news and what the ramifications for individuals and society at large can be when the reaction to crime and violence, real or perceived, is denial and solitary confinement.

Gripping, suspenseful psychological drama. PG-13.

Christi Crowe
FLAG Marketing
Fight Like A Girl!
(323) 466-5830
Representing Native Voices at The Autry


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