Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – The Oncenter in Downtown Syracuse will host the world premier of a film dedicated to Native Americans and the sport of lacrosse on May 9.
The premier of Crooked Arrow will begin at 8 p.m. in the Crouse Hinds Theater.
Cast members and filmmakers will be on hand for the premier.
The film’s narrative features a Native American lacrosse team making its way through a prep school league tournament.
Crooked Arrows was co-produced by Neal Powless, a former All-American college lacrosse player and member of the Onondaga Nation.
Attendees will be able to purchase two-for-one VIP tickets - which include a Red Carpet event and a reception following the film – for $150.
Orchestra VIP tickets are buy-one-get-one free and cost $50. Mezzanine youth group seating will be $10 for groups of 10 or more and balcony seating will cost $15 per ticket.
Following the premier, Crooked Arrows opens in Syracuse on Friday, May 18 and expands on Friday, June1.
For information on the cast, visit the film’s entry on IMDb.com
and also on its website