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As we travel around the country making plays, we invite the communities into our process. And we also invite them to tell the story of the work as it happens. This is a collection of reflections on our work from community members, clergy, collaborating artists, and our own team.

Exodus: Cincinnati, The First Text Study

Exodus: Cincinnati, The First Text Study

Oct 21, 2019

On October 15, 2019 we gathered a group of artists, scholars, and clergy to kick off our next Exodus project in Cincinnati! With a space generously provided by the JCC in Manhattan, we came together on a crisp Fall day...

Storytelling and Prayer in Sunset Park

Storytelling and Prayer in Sunset Park

Oct 15, 2019

We had the first of our new series of Culture Days earlier this month. We spent Indigenous Peoples’ Day learning with elder Joan Henry, hearing a story that had previously never left the reservation and making Paho that we prayed...

IP in The Omaha World Herald

IP in The Omaha World Herald

Sep 30, 2019

The Omaha World Herald is the leading newspaper in town, and in their “From the Pulpit” column this issue they included an account from friend of The In[HEIR]itance Project, Reverend Benedict Varnum! He wrote about his experience with his youth...

TICKETS for Exodus: Resettlement

TICKETS for Exodus: Resettlement

Sep 9, 2019

EXODUS: Resettlement has been created through a unique practice of open artistic process designed to spark a community conversation about refugee narratives, past and present, in Omaha. In[HEIR]itance Project artists have spent the year working with local artists in and...

IP at UNO

IP at UNO

Apr 1, 2019

We were very lucky to be able to work with acting students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) during our most recent trip in march. One of the graduate students in the class reflected on her experience with...

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