Spotlight Talk » Muriel Miguel: A Retrospective
New York City’s Muriel Miguel, founder and Artistic Director of New York City’s Spiderwoman Theater, shares her fascinating journey from the streets of Red Hook, Brooklyn to her pioneering contributions to the current feminist and Indigenous theater movements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Experience this extraordinary life through stories, photos, and video from the last 60 years.
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Muriel Miguel is a director, choreographer, playwright, actor, and educator. She has directed almost all of Spiderwoman’s shows since their debut in 1976, in which time they’ve written and produced over twenty original works for the theatre. She has choreographed Throw Away Kids and She Knew She Was She for the Banff Centre for the Arts. Learn more.