Red Storm Drum & Dance troupe is a Native American educational and performance group from Staten Island. Margaret and Robert Boldeagle are two of our group’s founders who, with our members of varied Native American heritage, travel the nation using artifacts, song, drum and dance to teach people about the 560 Native American Tribes that exist in the U.S. today. Our mission is to preserve the Native American history for future generations.
Every culture has traditions that are handed down from one generation to the next. Native American traditions focus on protecting the earth and our environment so that it can continue to sustain life. This case contains original artifacts used by our ancestors in their daily lives. We display them at our events. We encourage audience participation in traditional dance and song as we celebrate the original American culture.
Click here to watch the video of President Taft and Chiefs of 52 Nations breaking ground for the National Indian Monument in Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island. The monument was designated through an Act of Congress but never built. We need your help to get the National Park Service to allow the monument to be built now.
We perform for anyone seeking to learn more about the Native American culture, so please, don't hesitate to contact us.
We can take your calls and email daily from 9am - 6pm