Red Rabbit Productions; we strive to create interactive entertainment that expands social consciousness and restores a platform to Indigenous voices.
Indigenous stories told by indigenous voices. Our primary medium is through the writing and production of live theatrical events in New England. We also hold seminars, host workshops, and consult on creative projections throughout the region. Those are our weekends. Daily, we fight the good fight- restoring voices to Indigenous and marginalized people through storytelling.
Scott LaTour is an instructional designer and organizational behaviorist by trade and game designer by hobby. A member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, Scott earned both his B.S. & M.A. in Psychology from Western Michigan University before relocating to metro Boston. He handles the logisitics of our projects, and steers the ship.
Zoe Eddy (Huron-Wendat) is an archaeologist, social anthropologist, and educator by trade. Zoe earned her B.A. in Anthropology and East Asian Language and Civilizations at Bowdoin College and has completed her joint Phd in Archaeology and Social Anthropology at Harvard University. She is the creative director for Red Rabbit Pro and director behind After Dark, Clockwork Seas, and Thaumatrope, as well as a long time staffer of Madrigal, and game director of Madrigal: Oathbound. Along with her research, Zoe is a published author of academic articles, short fiction, and poetry.
We write and run live theatre events.
Our stories are contemporary, fantastical, and real.
Collaborative storytelling is what we do. We create engagements of all sizes and shapes and let our customers fill them with their experiences. In doing this, we create a space where they can explore their identities, and share those with the world.
Red Rabbit Productions started under the name Goodluck Towers Entertainment in 2015. In 2017, Zoe joined the team and our Prescott County series of stories went live. In 2019, as our areas of focus grew, so did our need to better represent the work we do here. Thus, Red Rabbit Productions was born.
So, why the name? The Red Rabbit represents both Zoe and Scott's shared Native heritage. To the Anishinaabeg peoples, Rabbit is often synonymous with Wanabozho, our trickster-teacher. We tell stories- lots of stories- and we hope that those stories can likewise teach and create new avenues of indigenous culture.
A fuller write-up on community values will be released at a later date.
Red Rabbit Productions is run by people of color. We maintain a staunchly anti-racist and anti-Nazi space. We do not permit white supremacy nor expressions of white supremacy. (Expressions of white supremacy include, but are not limited to, hate speech and Nazi paraphernalia.)
We maintain an inclusive and friendly space for vulnerable populations.
Our spaces do not permit harassment of any type. Any individual committing harassment, inside or outside of the game space, will be banned from the game. Harassment includes, but is not limited to: inappropriate and/or abusive comments made in game/in another space, inappropriate and/or abusive activities made in game/in another space, and online interactions.
We're on the move next spring! We'll be at the IndigiePop! convention, talking astorytelling with our contemporaries!
We have launched a Patreon! For insights into how we make our creative decisions, bonus content from productions, and general commentary on Indigenous voices in pop culture, check us out!
The Red Rabbits- our Patreon
Below is an ever-growing list of links to our projects. From our shows to our writings to sources of research and other Indigenous voices, you can find what interests us:
© Red Rabbit Productions 2015-2019.
© Witchtowers Entertainment 2015-2019.