~Indian Love~

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Not long after he created the earth, the Spirit Chief
called the animal people together and told them to
beware of the "New People" who will soon dominate
their land. Coyote, a mischievous trickster, is
charged to use his cleverness to change the world.
�Thunder in the Mountains� weaves Coyote's mission
with the true story of Angus MacDonald, a Scottish
immigrant who adopts and embraces the Native
Americans' world.

This is the story of a remarkable family as told to
playwright Kathryn Schultz Miller by Duncan
MacDonald's grandson, Dr. Joe MacDonald, of Mission
Valley, Montana. Coyote's high-jinx are based on the
magical imagination of generations of Nez Perce
storytellers. The true story of Chief Joseph's
struggle gains new perspective when compared with the
sad plight of the Scottish Highlanders. The Bagpiper's
song links them together with the funereal �Amazing

Through it all, Coyote works his mischief - stealing
thunder, juggling his eyeballs. Finally when it seems
all is lost, Coyote has a great idea! Come live with
me in a new land, he cries, �In the Land Beyond the

Don�t miss this very special theatrical event starring
Jim Stump, Nicole Tuthill, Rebecca Coots, Jo Bond,
Jesse Hendriesk, and Jeff Miller.

Meet the Playwright:
The author of over 25 published scripts for young
audiences, Kathryn Scultz Miller�s scripts have
received countless awards and have been produced by
amateur and professional theatre companies around the
world. Having served as Artistic Director of the
professional ArtReach Touring Theatre for over 20
years, Ms. Miller is one of the nation's most produced
playwrights for young people.

Tickets: $16 in advance, $18 at the door;
students/seniors $12 in advance, $15 at the door.