Historical Storytelling Performance
by Granddaughter Pauline Sharp
Pauline tells the story of the Kanza (Kaw) people through the character of her grandmother, Lucy Tayiah Eads, the first woman chief of the Kanza.
This captivating historical performance is perfect for schools, libraries, historical societies, senior centers, and all women organizations.
After the Chautauqua-style performance, the audience will be able to ask questions of the character as well as the performer.
Reasonable fees will be negotiated for each contracted performance.
Pauline is a citizen of Kaw Nation and past vice-president of the Kaw Nation Cultural Committee. She has served on the Board of Trustees of the Mid-American All-Indian Center in Wichita, Ks. She is a juried member of the Kansas Alliance of Professional Historical Performers and lives in Wichita Ks with her husband, Doug Sharp.
Contact Pauline at firstname.lastname@example.org.