Rediscovering America Through the Arts 


For General Inquiries


Eagle Project extends the invitation to get in touch with us. 

SUBMISSION POLICY: We seek new scripts that tell some aspect of the American experience that is not frequently told. And while Native American and Indigenous works are the cornerstone of our company, it is not a requirement that your script be Native. We look forward to receiving stories that tell us anything unique about the American psyche.

CASTING POLICY: While we are always happy to recommend talented artists from our community, Eagle Project is not a free casting service. For assistance with casting your projects, we recommend you reach out to Indigenous Direction



Online donations can be made by clicking this link to our fiscal sponsor's website



Personal checks should be made out to "NEW YORK LIVE ARTS INC." and list "Eagle Project" in the memo section. Checks may be mailed directly to:

Eagle Project
484 West 43rd Street, #33L
New York, NY, 10036

Eagle Project is a member artist of New York Live Arts, Inc., a non-profit tax-exempt organization. Contributions in support of Eagle Project's work are greatly appreciated and may be made payable to New York Live Arts, Inc., earmarked for "the New York Live Arts member project of Ryan Victor Pierce, Eagle Project." A description of the work and current project activities for which such contributions will be used are available from Eagle Project or New York Live Arts upon request. All contributions are fully deductible to the extent allowed by law. (Note: A copy of New York Live Arts' latest annual financial report filed with the New York State Department of State may be obtained by writing to the N.Y.S. Dept. of State, Charities Registration, 162 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY, 11231, or to New York Live Arts, 219 West 19th Street, New York, NY, 10011


Eagle Project wishes to thank our sponsors: Diane Dragonetti, Liz Frankel, Dawn Jamieson, Ash Marinaccio, Vicki Lynn and Gerry Mooney, Al Smith, Alexander Thompson, Tony White, William S. Yellow Robe Jr. and AMERINDA.


W'anishi to Our Supporters 

Robert G. Abramson 
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC)
Russell Miller
Mary Kathryn Nagle
Estella Pierce
Mel Pierce
Riverside Church - Densford Fund
The J.P. Morgan Charitable Giving Fund

Carol Gipson
Lisa Segalas

Dee Batson
Christopher Day
Jeffery Faigle 
Yip Harburg Foundation
Evelyn Harmon 
Elaine Horneff
Marlene and John Maylock
Brian Reilly
Andrea Spiritos
David Waters 

Donna Couteau
Albert Furlow
Intersections International
Camille Mazurek
Jessice Greer Morris
Jim Perrin
Everett and Lorraine Pierce
Roger and Sandi Salerno 
Clarice and Paul Wiedorn

Bradley Amoon
Freedom Bradley
Alfred Imhoff
Bob Jaffe
Robert Jackson
Ruth Kessler
Tony Lopresti
Debra Lovecky 
Ken MacDermotRoe
Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj 
Derek Straat 
Pheroze Wadia

Dale Cone
Harriet Maisel
Emma Zilberman

Special w'anishi (thank you) to the funders of our first international collaboration:

Jack Eppler
Dominique Bravo
Matthew Champagne
Andrea Spiritos
Veracity Butcher
Anika Pensiero
Tyree Giroux
B.J. Evans
Thomas Cox
Gregory Johnson
Robert Baumgardner
Marsha Gildin
Donna Couteau
Jessica Morris
Camille Mazurek
Bob Jaffe
Mel & Estella Pierce
Elise Marenson
Michael Nephew