In conversation with Kate Bredeson, Reed College theatre professor, Anthony Hudson / Carla Rossi (Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde) shares insights into the TBA performance Looking for Tiger Lily (Solo), including how the performance serves to queer acenstral storytelling practices, artistic and pop cultural references, and stereotypes of Native identities.
This conversation will be ASL interpreted.
Kate Bredeson is a theater historian, director, and dramaturg. Her book Occupying the Stage: the Theater of May '68 is published by Northwestern University Press (2018). She is Associate Professor of Theatre at Reed College.
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