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I AM THEATRE: Larissa FastHorse

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Published on Jun 14, 2012

Larissa FastHorse is a playwright and choreographer from the Sicangu Lakota Nation. In 2010 she was awarded the National Endowment for the Arts Distinguished New Play Development Grant. Her past equity theatre productions are AVERAGE FAMILY for Children's Theatre Company and TEACHING DISCO SQUAREDANCING TO OUR ELDERS: A CLASS PRESENTATION for Native Voices at the Autry. Commissioned plays include FANCY DANCER for Children's Theatre Company, A DANCING PEOPLE for Kennedy Center Theatre for Young Audiences, SERRA SPRINGS for Native Voices at the Autry and LA History Project, and DIFFERENT DOES NOT MEAN THE SAME for Native Voices at the Autry. Larissa has been the choreographer for UNTO THESE HILLS in Cherokee NC from 2008-11. Selected awards include the Aurand Harris Fellowship, Sundance/Ford Foundation Fellowship, National Geographic Seed Grant and inscribed delegate to the UN in Geneva. TV credits include two pilots; THE LINE for Fox and LAKOTA FALLS for Teen Nick. Larissa's plays may be found with Dramatic Publishing, Plays for Young Audiences, the Native American Women Playwrights Archive at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and in the Alexander Street Press North American Indian Drama Database. Larissa currently resides in Santa Monica CA with her husband, sculptor Edd Hogan. www.hoganhorsestudio.com

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