Salmon Boy Comic Book by Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha s’Klallam)

Please click here to download a copy of Salmon Boy Comic Book.

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Misty Upham interview and Red Eagle Soaring Feature Story

Misty Upham interview and Red Eagle Soaring Feature Story from David Bialik on Vimeo.

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We Are: An Urban Indian Youth Celebration of Indigenous Peoples

In collaboration with City of Seattle Human Services Department, Red Eagle Soaring is honored to present a new and unique performance.

We Are: An Urban Indian Youth Celebration of Indigenous Peoples

All are welcome to join us for a RES youth performance, Native youth panel, and sharing of traditional foods. Co-hosted by Red Eagle Soaring and the City of Seattle Department of Human Services. To be held in the Bertha Knight Landes room at Seattle City Hall from 11am-1pm on Monday, October 13th, 2014.

RES Indigenous Peoples Day Flyer

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22nd Annual Salmon Homecoming and RES Performance!


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GiveBIG on May 6th!


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Red Eagle Soaring  is busy gearing up for one of the BIGGEST days in philanthropy – Give BIG – the Seattle Foundation’s one-day online charitable giving event in which donations are matched by the gift of the Foundation’s “stretch funds”.

With your support, Red Eagle Soaring can bring together Native youth to learn not just about the technical aspects and process of theatre, but also to build a community of people interested in learning about, sharing, promoting, and supporting Native arts and culture –  empowering Native youth to express themselves, take creative action on the issues that affect their lives, and sustain their cultural heritage. Donate here! 

Thank you!!

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Catch Red Eagle Soaring at EMP Museum on August 17, 2013.

Red Eagle Soaring performs As Long As The Rivers Run: An original musical play about salmon and the Indians who love them' at 1pm on Saturday, August 17th, 2013, at EMP Museum in Seattle, WA.

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Happy 20th birthday, Red Eagle Soaring!

Calling all RES alumni, families, and community – Red Eagle Soaring Native Youth Theatre is 20 years old!

Please join us and special guest Misty Upham in celebrating the stories told, friendships formed, and memories made in our two decades of putting urban Indian youth onstage. Please share this invitation widely, and join us at 6pm on Friday, August 17th at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center for a salmon bake, potluck reunion dinner, and performance by current and former RES cast members. If you can’t join us, please find us on Facebook and let us know what you’re up to!

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