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SO DAMN PROUD [PLAY]

update january 2019

Coming soon!

A shout out to all the outstanding folks whose donations made the October stage reading both possible & a great success:

  • PRODUCING PARTNERS: JC Cancedda and Ryan Reith

  • NORTHWEST PLAYWRIGHTS ALLIANCE: Bryan Willis

  • SUPERSTARS: Denise Almojuela, Ruth Nahanee, Gilda Corpuz, Kenda Greenwood, Dan & Bev Crawford, and Jean Bruce Scott

  • AMAZING ONES: Colleen Almojuela, Eric Anderson, Janice Almojuela Page, Jayne Entwistle, Marcos Meconi, Ryan McDonough, Rod Barr, Robin Greiner, Corbett Trubey, Christine Cali, and Amy Agius

  • THE ADVOCATES: Alicia Briones, Daniel Larner, Deirdre Brenner, John Flodin, Kate Wingard, Louie Gong, Nathan Seney, Ramon Esquivel, Ray Whipps, and Solar

  • PLUS ALL THE GENEROUS ANONYMOUS ANGELS AND THE FANS & SUPPORTERS — THANK YOU ALL!


staged reading presentation with the
NW playwrights Alliance at seattle Repertory theatre

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OCTOBER 10, 2016  7PM

WITH Lily Gladstone, Shaun Taylor-Corbett, Shane Regan, Adria LaMorticella, Sarah Winsor, Mark Fullerton, Meaghan Mary Halverson. DIRECTED BY Desiree Prewitt, assisted by Melissa Woodrow and Juliet Waller-Pruzan. 

So Damn Proud speaks to a desire to create work that honors the inherent beauty that is the fabric of our collective experience in North America. 

Specifically, the profound experience of Native Americans living amongst a dominant culture that at times views this living, breathing people as a relic—one objectified as a mascot, a costume, and an entity of the past. 

So Damn Proud is often hilarious. Yet, this highly-charged drama digs deep, taking a gritty and poignant look at family.

To find out more about this work and how you can be a part of it visit the Indiegogo page here or Facebook here.


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Native Voices at The Autry
17th Annual Festival of New Plays

Stage reading workshop and performed at The Autry, May 28, 2015 and La Jolla Playhouse, May 31, 2015.