an original play by Paul Morf presented in celebration of
the 150th anniversary of Minnesota's statehood
The LNFI Drama Club presents Kaposia an original play by Paul Morf.
The play was presented by 30 of LFNI's 3rd though 6th graders. This play was presented in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Minnesota's statehood.
Set on the banks of the Mississippi River near present day St. Paul, Kaposia tells the story of how a young native woman's life is affected by the tumultuous events leading to the founding of Minnesota as a state.
The play features many important people in the history of Minnesota, among them Gideon and Samuel Pond, Rev. Brunson, Wakinyantanka and Seth Eastman.
When: Friday, January 25, 2008 at 7pm and
Saturday, January 26, 2008 at 2pm
Where: LNFI School Cafeteria
Cost: FREE ADMISSION
Suggested donation: $5 --adults / $2 --kids.
Donations help cover the production costs.
Extracted from: http://frenchimmersion.spps.org/Tintin_Cine.html
mnaatf.org webpage created 28 January, 2008