Jessica Ranville (Red River Métis)
Jessica is an actor and teaching artist from Winnipeg, Manitoba, and based in New York City. Her work in the theater spans devised, movement-based plays to folk musicals to Shakespeare, to new play development. Jessica is a citizen of the Manitoba Métis Federation and has performed in new and classic works within the Native theater community for nearly a decade, including multiple collaborations with Madeline Sayet and Ty Defoe. She is currently in residency at IRT Theater in Manhattan and is an adjunct for Brooklyn College’s B.F.A. Theater Program where she teaches movement. She has developed new works at The Playwrights Realm, The Drama League, The Lark, WP Theater, The New Ohio Theater, and La MaMa. Regional: Men On Boats (Baltimore Center Stage). M.F.A., The New School for Drama. Miigwetch & Maarcii to her family, near and far, and to Madeline Sayet, for bringing us this story.
Recent Portland Center Stage Credits*
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