Public Conversation: STORYWEAVING: Spiderwoman Theater


Public Conversation: STORYWEAVING: Spiderwoman Theater

The oldest feminist and Native American theater in the U.S. and Canada (and probably the world)

with founding members of Spiderwoman Theater Muriel Miguel and Gloria Miguel, moderated by Pat Golden

Monday, January 13th at 7pm
HB Playwrights Theatre | 124 Bank Street, New York

Free! | RSVP

Founding members of Spiderwoman Theater, Muriel Miguel and Gloria Miguel, discuss storyweaving—the process of unfolding a story’s dramatic structure over time—and how they have used this process throughout their many years of producing at the oldest feminist and Native American theater in the U.S. and Canada.

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 have written and produced over twenty original works for the theatre. Read more.

Gloria Miguel is Kuna/ Rappahannock. She studied drama at Oberlin College and is a founding member of Spiderwoman Theater. She has worked extensively in film and television. With Spiderwoman Theater, she has toured throughout Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Read more.

HB Public Conversations

HB’s Public Conversations series features leading theater, film, and television artists in conversation about the intentions that guide their work and their artistic vision and influences. The goal of the series is to stimulate critical dialogue about the artistic process in its social context, to educate and connect aspiring and working theater artists, and support a critically engaged theater audience. Talks are open to the public and free of charge.

NYSCA and DCA crediting


  • Time:
    January 13, 2020
    7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET
  • Location: HB Playwrights Theatre, 124 Bank Street, New York, NY 10014