The Thanksgiving Play / What Would Crazy Horse Do?
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About the Author
Larissa FastHorse (Sicangu Lakota Nation) is a writer/choreographer, and co-founder of Indigenous Direction, the nation's leading consulting company for Indigenous arts and audiences, which recently produced the first land acknowledgment on national television for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC. Larissa is the first Native American playwright in the history of American theater to have a play on the top ten most-produced list, with The Thanksgiving Play. Larissa is the recipient of numerous awards, including a MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship. She is working on film and television projects with Disney, NBC, and DreamWorks. She lives in Santa Monica with her husband, the sculptor Edd Hogan.
"A scalding cauldron of race and resentment, poverty and mental illness."--Kansas City Star on What Would Crazy Horse Do?
"The familiar, whitewashed story of Pilgrims and Native Americans chowing down together gets a delicious roasting from expert farceurs."--Jesse Green "The New York Times on The Thanksgiving Play "