In what was derived from the early days of COVID, when our only access was to those in the immediate environment and online, ended its first six episodes on-stage at the Lawrence Arts Center.
"Good Morning Indian Country", a six-episode pilot program was supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, Humanities Kansas and the Douglas County Board of Commissioners.
This fall, the series will come back with 18 more episodes featuring Indian Country current events, weather, breaking news, interviews, sports, powwows and more.
"We are just getting started", said Freddy Gipp, CEO of Lead Horse LLC and Artistic Director for the show.
"We are fortunate for those that have supported this project, especially to all our guests, production staff and interns, to upper management recognizing the potential. It was truly a great experience and I cannot wait to return back in the fall."
The first episode is slated for early September and will run until December 2022.
To watch all episodes: https://vimeo.com/event/1863898/videos/696600666/