Release Date: Oct. 24, 2008
ASU Heritage Program to Feature Native American Troupe
“Fast Horse,” a Native American family performing troupe, will bring its program to Angelo State University on Monday, Nov. 3, in observance of American Indian Heritage Month.
The group will appear at noon in the Math-Computer Science Building, Room 100, and at 7 p.m. in the Houston Harte University Center’s C.J. Davidson Conference Center, said Shea Houze, coordinator for multicultural activities.
The morning presentation will focus on the culture of Native Americans and the evening performance will feature music and dancing from the Native American culture. Both performances are open free to the public.
“Fast Horse” family members include Ash, Reuben, Calin and Arwen Fast Horse.
Performing in more than 3,000 shows worldwide since 1998, the group focuses on the evolution of Native American music and dance, according to the group’s Web site. The members acquaint audiences with their culture through poetry, humor, magic, audience participation, juggling, storytelling, costumes, fire, songs and dances.
For more information, call the ASU Center for Student Involvement at 942-2062.