Stephanie Nash

A
WHITE WOMAN
ON THE
RED ROAD


written & performed
by

Stephanie Nash

A White Woman on the Red Road (illustration by Michael Zittel)

VIDEO CLIPS OF SHOW

PAST PERFORMANCES:

* LOS ANGELES WOMEN'S THEATRE FESTIVAL 2005
MALIBU LIBRARY
(STANDING ROOM ONLY!) - March 13, 2004 (also in 2003)
* KPFK (90.7FM) - Performed LIVE on July 3, 2003 on "Roy of Hollywood's" Something's Happening, as part of Women's Spirituality Night.
* NOHO THEATRE FESTIVAL 5/17 & 5/18, 2003 (STANDING ROOM ONLY!)
* YALE CABARET BLUE, Hollywood Jan. 30th - Feb. 7th, 2002 - SOLD OUT! & EXTENDED !


"... Stephanie Nash has the kind of eyes and ears that the best standup, observational humorists have.
She knows how to mine the universal from the particular. That means its not just about her,
that there is going to be a point, and it's going to move you, it's going to challenge you,
it's going to expand you. And you are going to laugh while its happening ."

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steph laughing with mom

steph with brother

steph explaining


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Program Notes for “ A White Woman on The Red Road”

Two years ago I did a Native American Vision Quest ceremony.  The ceremony involved spending 4 days & 3 nights in total solitude on a mountain with no shelter, fire, food or water – and confined to a 6x6 ft. space.

Afterwards I was asked to speak about it, write about it, and, in general, answer a lot of questions about this incredible experience.  People wanted to know why I did it, what I got from it, and how I ever came to know about it in the first place.

This is that story (--albeit the ‘Reader’s Digest condensed version.’)  It includes everything from telling my mother what I was going to do – to dealing with a maddening thirst & animal visitors while up ‘on the hill.’

I poke fun at my own experience while honoring this powerful spiritual path.  I recount this extraordinary experience due to requests, and my own desire to share my newly discovered ‘secret.”

Hope you enjoy this hour’s walk down The Red Road.

‘Ho Mitakuye Oyasin
(For All My Relations”=a blessing for all living things)

Stephanie





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Descendents of the Earth and Seven Circles Foundation


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