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NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES KEVIN MORIARTY Dallas Theater Center Artistic Director 2400 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201 2142523913 kevin.moriarty@dallastheatercenter.org TANYA MOTE El Centro Su Teatro Development Director 4725 High Street, Denver, CO 90216 (303) 296-0219 fax (303) 296-4614 tanya@suteatro.org LISA MOUNT Artistic Logistics Director P.O. Box 602, Sautee Nacoochee, GA 30571 (706) 839-7147 fax (866) 311-5526 lqmount@earthlink.net KIRK MURPHY Sandglass Theater Administrator Po Box 970, Putney, VT 05346 802-387-4051 kirk@sandglasstheater.org REBECCA MWASE ArtSpot Productions 6100 Canal Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70126 5048267783 mwasereb@gmail.com SHERI NANCE PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER 11936 OBERLIN DRIVE, DALLAS, TX 75243 972 235 5866 slnbeda1@aol.com MEENA NATARAJAN Pangea World Theater Executive/Literary Director 711 West Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN 55408 (612) 822-0015 fax (612) 821-1070 meena@pangeaworldtheater.org JOSÉ NAVARRETE NAKA Dance Theater Artistic Director 900 East 11th Street, Oakland, CA 94606 josena67@gmail.com Kevin Moriarty is currently the artistic director of Dallas Theater Center. Prior to that he was the artistic director of the Hangar Theatre in Ithaca, NY, an associate artist at Trinity Rep Company in Providence, RI, and the head of the MFA directing program at Brown University. He has also directed plays and musicals in New York and at many regional theaters. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin. Tanya Mote is the development director at Su Teatro, treasurer of the NPN board of directors and ardent NPN fan. She also serves as secretary of the Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training board of directors and believes that healthy civil society requires resistance, criticism, community building and vital, dynamic public spaces. Lisa Mount is an independent consultant who works with a variety of arts organizations on strategic thinking, organizational advancement, and creative community cultural expansion. Her company, Artistic Logistics, is a consultants' cooperative that offers a working relationship that‟s personal, participatory, egalitarian, artistcentered, and fun. She is based in Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia, one of the “100 Best Small Art Towns” in the U.S., where she produces and directs the annual community story performance “Headwaters.” She also lives in New Orleans. She served as the Board Chair of Alternate ROOTS from 2002-2004 and in 2008, she was named one of the 100 most influential Georgians by Georgia Trend Magazine. Lisa is a banjo player. Rebecca Mwase trained as a vocalist, actor and movement performer at Grinnell College and graduated with a BA in Chinese & Theatre in 2007. As a first generation Zimbabwean-American woman, Rebecca is committed to crafting spaces and frameworks for women of color to gain a sense of place and identity through the creation of art. Most recently Rebecca work is with ArtSpot Productions in New Orleans, Louisiana. Rebecca is co-creator and performer of ArtSpot's most recent production Go Ye Therefore… In addition to her performance work, Rebecca is also a passionate teaching artist co-ordinating ArtSpot‟s theatre-centered character development program Individuals Relating & Overcoming Conflict (iROC). Meena Natarajan is the Executive and Literary Director of Pangea World Theater, a progressive, international ensemble space for arts and dialogue. She has led the theater‟s growth since it‟s founding in 1995. She is on the Advisory Board of the Community Arts Network, serves on the board of NPN and in the Steering Committee of the Consortium of Asian American Theater and Artists. She is a playwright and director and has written several fulllength works for Pangea, ranging from adaptations of poetry and mythology to original works dealing with war, spirituality, personal and collective memory. José Navarrete is a native of México City. He studied theater and dance at the National Institute of Fine Arts in México. He also has a B.A. in Anthropology from UC Berkeley and M.F.A in Dance from Mills College. Since 2001 he has co-directed NAKA Dance Theater with Debby Kajiyama, presenting work both nationally and internationally. NAKA has been presented by Theater Artaud, ODC Theater, Dance Mission Theater, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Movement Research (NYC), Southern Theater (Minneapolis),Philadelphia Dance Projects,Velocity (Seattle) and the Hemispheric Institute of NYU in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2004, he was the recipient of a Bessie Schönberg Choreographer‟s residency at The Yard in Martha's Vineyard, MA. and the Djerassi Resident Artist Program fellowship in Woodside CA. Attendees • Page 26 of 42

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES LISA NELSON HAYNES Painted Bride Art Center Associate Director 230 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 925-9914 x21 fax (215) 925-7402 lhaynes@paintedbride.org KT NIEHOFF Lingo Dance Artistic Director 1121 15th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122 (206) 349-8772 kt@lingodance.com ED NOONAN Myrna Loy Center/Helena Presents Executive Director 15 N. Ewing, Helena, MT 59601 (406) 443-0287 fax 406 443 6620 noonaned@aol.com JONATHAN NORTON South Dallas Cultural Center 3400 South Fitzhugh, Dallas, TX 75206 214-768-8254 nortonj@smu.edu WURA-NATASHA OGUNJI Artist 2317 S.Pleasant Valley Rd Apt # 1022, Austin, TX 78741 (718) 354-9252 wuraola@gmail.com PENNIE OJEDA National Endowment for the Arts Director, International Activities 1100 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Room 516, Washington, DC 20506 202-682-5562 fax 202-682-5024 ojedap@arts.gov MICHELE ORDUNA-FRANCISCO Safos Dance Theater Board President 7812 e. elida st, Tucson, AZ 85715 5202351231 miorduna@gmail.com CHRISTINE ORTEGA Southwest Airlines Community Affairs & Grassroots Corporate Community Affairs 4007 McCullough, #200, San Antonio, TX 78212 (866) 387-6646 fax (214) 932-0085 christine.ortega@wnco.com KT lives in Seattle and makes events, dances, music, films, classes and messes. In 1998 she created Lingo - a roving band of artists, brave hearts and lunatics, which has since been the platform for her work. Lingo has been presented in places like ACT Theatre (Seattle), The Joyce SoHo (NY), Alverno Presents (Milwaukee), SUSHI (San Diego), among others, and received money from funders like The National Endowment for the Arts, The National Dance Project and the National Performance Network. Thank you. She has taught a lot in the last 20 years throughout the U.S. and abroad and was the co-founder and director of Velocity Dance Center in Seattle from 1996-2006. She danced with the Pat Graney Company from 1992-95 and is here dancing with her again, after a 20 year hiatus. It's really fun. Ed Noonan has been Executive Director of the Myrna Loy Center for 10 years. He has also been an employee for 25 years at Carroll College in Helena, MT: 15 years as staff and adjunct faculty and 10 years as adjunct faculty. He is a playwright, poet, theater artist, and novelist. Jonathan is the proud recipient of the 2010 Diaspora Performing Arts Commission for his play My Tidy List of Terrors, which takes place in Atlanta during the Atlanta Child Murders tragedy. The play will receive it's world premiere this summer at the South Dallas Cultural Center. Jonathan is a graduate of Marymount Manhattan College. He is currently enrolled in the Masters of Liberal Studies program at SMU and will graduate in May 2011. Wura-Natasha Ogunji is a visual artist and performer. Her work investigates the connections between physical actions of the body, memory, history and power. Ogunji‟s most recent public performance „one hundred black women, one hundred actions‟ premiered at Fusebox Festival and was nominated for the 2010 Austin Critics Table Award. Ogunji was awarded The Dallas Museum of Art‟s 2010 Otis and Velma Davis Dozier Travel Grant and is a selected Artist in Residence as part of the National Performance Network‟s Visual Artist Network. She has participated in residencies at Can Serrat in Spain and Altos de Chavon in the Dominican Republic. She lives in Austin, TX. Attendees • Page 27 of 42

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