Actors perform the "Eagle Dance"during a performance of the outdoor drama "Unto These Hills" in Cherokee, N.C. Backed by $1.5 million in money generated by the tribal casino, James Bradley led a radical revision of "Unto These Hills." The result is a new, less plot-driven production that supporters say is truer to Cherokee history and traditions. in Cherokee, N.C. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
Actors perform the "Eagle Dance"during a performance of the outdoor drama "Unto These Hills" in Cherokee, N.C. Backed by $1.5 million in money generated by the tribal casino, James Bradley led a radical revision of "Unto These Hills." The result is a new, less plot-driven production that supporters say is truer to Cherokee history and traditions. in Cherokee, N.C. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
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published Sunday, September 18th, 2011
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