Category: Indigenous Women

Spiderwoman Theater: Bringing Light to Native American and Women’s Issues | KLCC

Muriel Miguel
Muriel Miguel is director and co-founder of Spiderwoman Theater Company, the oldest Native women’s theater ensemble in North America. She speaks with Eric Alan about using theater and storytelling to shed light on issues such as violence against women, and gay and lesbian relationships in Native nations. She was in residence at the UO […]

Spiderwoman Theatre Residency

[ May 12, 2015; 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. May 15, 2015; 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. May 16, 2015; 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ] 5/12    2 pm  Many Nation’s Longhouse: Scholar’s Talk
5/15  7 pm    Spiderwoman Theatre Retrospective – Lecture presentation, Hope Theatre, Miller Theatre Complex, UO
5/16   7 pm  Story-weaving Sharing event — open to public

May 10-16, 2015
Muriel Miguel, co-founder and director of Spiderwoman Theatre Company, the oldest Native women’s theatre ensemble in North America, will be in residence […]

CSWS Research Matters Fall 2014: Theresa May, “The Women and Rivers Project”

Fall 2014 CSWS Research Matters:
“The Women and Rivers Project” by Theresa May, Associate Professor, University of Oregon Department of Theatre Arts
A CSWS faculty research grant supports Theresa May’s collaborative creative project on women and rivers, which explores the relationships—both historic and contemporary—of women in the Pacific Northwest to the many rivers of our region. The […]

UO Today #478: Theresa May and Gordon Bettles

UO Today #478: Theresa May and Gordon Bettles
 
Gordon Bettles
Theresa May
Gordon Bettles, steward of the UO’s Many Nations Longhouse and member of the Klamath tribe, appears with Theresa May, Theatre Arts and codeveloper of the play “Salmon is Everything.” They talk about the importance of salmon to Native culture and the devastating fish kill on the […]

Salmon Is Everything

[ May 19, 2011 8:00 pm to June 4, 2011 8:00 pm. ] The Play: May 20 – June 4, 2011
Miller Theatre Complex
University of Oregon; Eugene, OR
UO Ticket office: (541) 346-4363
The story of the 2002 Fish Kill must be told again and again … and be remembered….
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A community-based play about the Klamath River Watershed developed by members of the Karuk, Hupa, and Yurok […]