Katie Rich is a California native who has acted since before she could read the lines. A classically trained actress, she has worked and trained with the British American Drama Academy, The American Conservatory Theater, Dell’Arte Interational, and the San Diego State University School of Theatre, Television, and Film, where she received her BA. She has performed regionally throughout California from A.C.T. to the La Jolla Playhouse, as well as with the Theatre Royal in Bath, UK. Katie resides in Los Angeles, and is a member of the Native Voices Artists Ensemble at The Autry.

Kathryn Rich
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Alyssa is an ethnically ambiguous and classically trained actor. She studied at the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts in Santa Maria, CA and was a graduate of their 50th Anniversary class. She was most recently seen as ‘Ligarius’ in Project Nongenue’s inaugural production of Julius Caesar. Alyssa loves classical theatre, and hopes to teach it one day in the distant future!

Alyssa Anderson
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Rainy Fields is an actress/improvisor/podcaster that resides in Los Angeles, CA. She is an enrolled member of the Muskogee Creek Nation and of Cherokee descent. All of her spare time is spent snuggling her adorable puppy, Boo Wagley.

 

Rainy Fields
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Earphones Award winner Kyla Garcia is a BFA graduate of Rutgers University where she studied Shakespeare abroad at the Globe Theater in London. She is the writer and creator of the critically acclaimed solo show The Mermaid Who Learned How to Fly. Her most recent YA title, Gabi: A Girl in Pieces, was named one of the Top Ten Amazing Audiobooks for Young Adults in 2016 by the YALSA. When she's not performing on stage or screen, breathing life into stories inside the audio booth is her happy place.

Kyla Garcia
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DeLanna Studi (Cherokee) was in the first national Broadway tour of August Osage County, the NY Times Critic’s Pick Informed Consent and spent two seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Her film credits include Edge of America, The Only Good Indian, and Blessed. Her solo project And So We Walked will be produced at Portland Center Stage next season.

DeLanna Studi
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Allison Hudson Hicks (enrolled citizen, Prairie Band Potawatomi/Choctaw descent) recently appeared in two new plays at the New Visions/New Voices Festival at The John F. Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C., and in Bingo Hall at Native Voices at the Autry in Los Angeles, CA. She will be performing in Return to Niobrara, which will be produced at The Rose Theatre, Omaha, NE next season.

Allison Hicks
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Jade Puga grew up a stone's throw away from the U.S. and Mexico border in Texas. On a full scholarship she attended the University of Southern California School of theater (B.A.) and co-founded Safada Y Sano. She has written, produced and performed for theater, film, tv and new media.
Jade Puga
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Charley Flyte (Lakota/Mohawk) is an actor based in Los Angeles. She received her BA in Film and Media Studies from John Hopkins University, and studied acting at the T. Schreiber Studio in NYC. She recently played Titania in the South Dakota Shakespeare Festival’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and is an ensemble member of Native Voices at the Autry."
Charley Flyte
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Kimberly is a SOVAS award-winning actor, with neuroscience and theatre certificates from Princeton University. Her fresh, youthful sound lends itself to YA books and she loves science fiction & fantasy. She can recently be heard voicing Polly in Nickelodeon's It's Pony, and you might've caught a glimpse of her co-starring in an episode of Westworld (Season 3).*
Kimberly Woods
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