Performance Features Native American Culture
The Fast Horses, a Minnesota-based Lakota (Native American) performing family, will visit Penn State York’s Pullo Family Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 7:00 p.m. This free performance is part of the cultural and performing artists series sponsored by the campus and the York Newspaper Company. Tickets are not required for this event.
The Fast Horses have been performing together worldwide since 1998. Their career has spanned three continents, six countries, forty-four states, and one providence. They credit their success to the fact that they love what they do - entertaining and educating people.
Transcending age, language, and culture, The Fast Horses’ performance focuses on the evolution of Native American music and dance and their similarities with, and influences on, other cultures. This intimate relationship with performing is expressed through poetry, humor, magic, audience participation, juggling, storytelling, costumes, fire, song, and dance. This performance is a feast for the eyes and ears of young and old alike.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see this unique group. For more information on The Fast Horses, visit their Web site at http://www.thefasthorses.com/