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Randy Reinholz



Nationality:    Native American (Choctaw)
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An enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Randy is the co-creator and Producing Artistic Director of Native Voices at the Autry, the nation's leading Equity theater company dedicated to the development and production of new plays by Native Americans for over since 1994. Native Voices has received more than 600 submissions and held over 200 workshops and readings with artists from over 100 nations, leading to over 30 productions. Native Voices at the Autry is the also the resident theatre company at La Jolla Playhouse from 2016 to 2018. A director, producer, playwright, and actor on stage and screen, Randy has directed and produced more than 75 productions in the U.S., Great Britain, Mexico, Australia and Canada.

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        Off The Rails

Off The Rails

Buffalo Bills Wild West Show is in town holding auditions, and the regulars at the Stewed Prunes Saloon are hoping for a shot at stardom. But plans change when Momaday, a Pawnee teenager, is sentenced to hang for his forbidden love affair with an Irish-American girl. Captain Angelo, the presiding officer, wont budge . . .until he lays eyes on Momadays sister, Isabel. This irreverent, subversive adaptation of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure  described as Blazing Saddles meets Shakespeare, and Oregon Shakespeare Festivals first play by a Native American writer  uses healthy doses of humor and music to illuminate the painful legacy of Indian boarding schools in the American West.


1st Produced:
Oregon Shakespeare Festival     Jul 2017


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