Spotlight on THE RED ROAD

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Tuesday, June 16, 7p @ SDSU’s Experimental Theatre
The Red Road

Written & Performed by Arigon Starr (Kickapoo- Creek)
Directed by Randy Reinholz (Choctaw)

Preview performance of the radio adaptation of Arigon Starr's 'tour-de-force' one-woman show before it heads to Lincoln, Nebraska for it’s recording with award-winning BBC director Dirk Maggs. You'll follow Grand Ole Opry singer Patty Jones as she leads us through a particularly busy day at Verna Yahola's All Nations Café off legendary Route 66 in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. This raucous comedy features a cast of characters straight out of Indian country- ages nine to fifty-seven- and Miss Starr plays them all!

The Red Road was developed at Native Voices 2005 Playwrights Retreat and received its World Premiere in March 2007 at the Autry National Center in Los Angeles. Admission to this event is free although reservations are requested: carlenne@gmail.com.

About the playwright and performer

Arigon Starr (Kickapoo- Creek) is a singer, songwriter, musician, actor, artist, and playwright. She has released four award-winning CDs and has appeared in many Native Voices at the Autry workshops and productions. She has toured throughout the US and UK and has performed at many venues including the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Milwaukee Indian Summer Festival, and the National Museum of the American Indian. Her television work includes Showtime's Barbershop: The Series and ABC's General Hospital. Her comedy radio series SUPER INDIAN, produced by Native Voices at the Autry, was syndicated nationally by Native Voice One, and is now being transformed into a graphic novel. Recently, she joined the cast of Red Ink, a piece that features her own play plus new pieces by Diane Glancy and Drew Hayden Taylor at the Mixed Blood Theater in Minneapolis. In addition to workshopping The Red Road at this year's retreat, Arigon is also an actor in Carolyn Dunn's The Frybread Queen. For more information about Arigon, please visit Starrwatcher Online.

About the sound effects artist

Tony Palermo is an Audie Award-winning radio dramatist, performer, and educator who has produced dramas and workshops for broadcast, stage, and schools. He hosts the RuyaSonic Radio Drama Resources website, offering info on writing, directing, scoring, engineering, and sound effects. For more information about Tony please visit www.RuyaSonic.com.

Check out our previous post for information about director Randy Reinholz.

We hope to see you at the theatre!

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