“Stories in Time: PTE’ SA WIN (pee-tay-sah-wee)”, a theatrical rendition of the White Buffalo Calf Woman story, who brought the Sacred Buffalo Calf Pipe to the Lakota people. Buffalo Boy Productions and playwright, Darlene Speidel, create a unique combination of contemporary and traditional artistic expressions. This epic interpretation of the legend will be brought to life by a cast and crew of professional artists from across North America.
Centuries ago our people the Dene, Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota were born to this land, no other. The Creator prescribed a way of life, including language, beliefs, ceremonial practices, and customs for each of our Nations to help them nurture the mother-child relationship, a sacred relationship that exists between us and our earth Mother. We continue to learn that all things within creation are related and have a spirit, similar to that of humankind, with an expressed purpose and place. We understand interdependency exists within creation and humankind is the most dependent and least contributive member. We sought to live in harmony with nature and are thankful for what Creator has provided us. Our prayers, stories, songs and dances acknowledge this relationship and express our respect for all our natural relatives.
Wamakaska Oyasin (Wah-mah-kah-skah oh-yas-in) - All things in creation are related.