Alicia in THE THANKSGIVING PLAY
Grace Kent resides on the land of the Me-Wuk and Southern Pomo. This is her first appearance with Left Edge Theatre and she is thrilled to be a part of this particular production featuring the visionary Larissa Fasthorse’s work. She has appeared in live productions since the 1st grade and has yet to outgrow her love of the theater. Grace spent her older years acting at Santa Rosa Junior College and later on transferred to Southern Oregon University receiving a Bachelors in Theater Arts and a minor in Gender Studies. She was first immersed in Native American studies at University where she participated in an Indigenous Queer Studies class and social gathering, she learned about decolonization and surivance of the Native communities in the Americas. She has dabbled in many other roles of the stage including director, producer, choreographer, aerial silks coordinator, and burlesque artist. Some of her favorite acting credits include: Woman 2 in Every Concentrated Fragment (Sixth Street Women Playwrights Festival), Camille in Horse Girls (Southern Oregon University), Thea in Spring Awakening (Southern Oregon University), Chava in Cherry Orchard (Santa Rosa Junior College) and Natalie in Distracted (Santa Rosa Junior College).