Maia Morrigan Aoibheil
Todalv explores an Indigenous perspective of what identity means.
Todalv is a poetic and cyclical performance piece that follows Descendent, as she pieces together what it means to be a Cherokee descendent while weaving through cultural diaspora, assimilation, and identity with the aid of Ancestor and Usdi.
Tags: Indigenous, Poetic, Non-Linear
Venue: Art Academy 404
Please note there is no late seating for this production.
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Maia Morrigan Aoibheil is the playwright of Todalv, and is a recent graduate of Miami University where they received their B.A. in Theatre. Maia identifies as Irish and as a non-enrolled Cherokee descendent. Their theatrical and academic work focuses on Indigenous theatre and performance as it relates to identity, politics, culture, and survivance. Some of their previous work includes Echoes of Miami-This is Myaamionki (dramaturg) and Amazon Crime (Deviser).