Congratulations to the Winners!
Von Marie Atchley Excellence in Playwrighting Award
Funeral Attire by Lee Cataluna
Thresholds and Threads by Camaray Davalos
From Edward Curtis to Dances with Wolves to the Atlanta Braves, there have been many romanticized and colonized notions of how Indigenous people should look and dress. So, for the 10th anniversary of the Short Play Festival, Native Voices asked playwrights, how have 'dress codes' affected you?
Featuring plays by Jennifer Bobiwash (Mississauga First Nation), Austen Brauker (Odawa), Camaray Davalos (Payómkawichum), Lee Cataluna (Native Hawaiian), Claude Jackson, Jr. (Gila River Indian Community), James Lujan (Taos Pueblo), Tara Moses (Seminole Nation of Oklahoma), Laura Shamas (Chickasaw), Patric Carroll Williams (Osage/Kiowa).
Native Voices is Sponsored By
ACTORS’ EQUITY FOUNDATION • DAVID CARTWRIGHT • DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS, CITY OF LOS ANGELES • EDISON INTERNATIONAL • JOYCE AND DAVID EVANS • CAROLE GOLDBERG AND DUANE CHAMPAGNE • LEE HORWIN • HELENE JACOBS • JUDY JACOBS • LYNN JEFFRIES • LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND CULTURE • EMILY MANN • NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS • THE NISSAN FOUNDATION • PETER GLENVILLE FOUNDATION • JOHN QUICK AND MARTHA WIEDMAN • JEAN BRUCE SCOTT AND RANDY REINHOLZ • SAN MANUEL BAND OF MISSION INDIANS • SEELEY W. MUDD FOUNDATION • SHUBERT FOUNDATION, INC. • SONY PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT • SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY • U.S. BANK • WALT DISNEY IMAGINEERING • KATE AND JIM WOLF-PIZOR