Zitkala-Sa – The Story of a Native American Woman, is a music theatre piece celebrating November, Native American Heritage Month. A collaboration of the Lake Worth Interfaith Network and St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, the performance celebrates November, Native American Heritage Month. Performed by the Core Ensemble (Artists in Residence at St. Andrew’s) : Syneva Colle, Cello, Alfonso Hernandez, piano, Michael Parola, percussion & Nadya Encarnacion, actor. Zitkala-Sa (Red Bird) was one of the most influential Native American activists of the 20th century. A Yankton Dakota writer, translator, musician, educator and political activist, she was born in 1876. Zitkala-Sa was a reformer who strove to expand opportunities for her people and to safeguard their cultures. Instrumental music from the Sundance Opera, composed by Zitkala-Sa in 1914 – the first opera written by a Native American. A reception and social hour will follow the performance. A love offering will benefit St. Andrew’s Outreach projects: Homeless Feeding Program, Justice Ministry and Food Pantry.