Shaun Taylor-Corbett

Before becoming an actor Shaun earned a BA in International Relations as a Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Delaware. He surprised his professors by continuing his studies in acting at RADA, the NY Public Theater, and Ron Burrus at the Art of Acting. Shaun can be seen as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet… Read more »

Leandra Ryan

Leandra Ryan (Coahuiltecan) grew up training to be a professional ballerina.  When she was in high school, she realized that a career in ballet would be too unstable, and that she wouldn’t make any money.  So she promptly decided to switch gears and pursue a super stable, lucrative career as an actor.  [Pause for reaction… Read more »

Shyla Marlin

SHYLA MARLIN (Choctaw) is happy to be making the funny happen, live, on stage… just for you! Recent highlighted theatre credits include: Native Visions (Will & Co), Off the Rails (Oregon Shakespeare Festival Workshop, Native Voices), Ungipamsuuka (My Story) & The Frybread Queen (Native Voices). Highlighted Film/TV credits include Whatever It Takes (Sony), The Alibi… Read more »

Nicole Starrett

Award-winning actress and musician Nicole Starrett (Lakota) has also been a Spanish teacher, and a pro saxophone player. She has lived in Mexico City, Oxford, and New York.  She currently resides in Los Angeles, where she’s had the pleasure of working with UCB Improv, Nerdist, LA Skins Fest, and BuzzFeed. Notable Film/ TV credits include: THE… Read more »

10th Annual LA Skins Fest

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The LA SKINS FEST offers a genuine voice for emerging Native American actors, filmmakers, writers, directors and our community of artists. After ten years, we have garnered support from several art foundations, entertainment corporations, and Native American tribes. Every year, we premier several Native-made movies that feature Q&A’s with Native American filmmakers, panel discussions with… Read more »

CURRENT: LA Water Program

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The Native Youth Multimedia Workshop has partnered with the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) of Los Angeles CURRENT: LA WATER PROGRAM. This program teaches youth to write, direct, shoot and edit their own movies that will focus on the LA River environment! Program Description The Native Current: Multimedia Workshop is a filmmaking program designed to teach… Read more »

CURRENT: LA Water Program

LA-Public-Art-Biennial

The Native Youth Multimedia Workshop has partnered with the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) of Los Angeles CURRENT: LA WATER PROGRAM. This program teaches youth to write, direct, shoot and edit their own movies that will focus on the LA River environment! Program Description The Native Current: Multimedia Workshop is a filmmaking program designed to teach… Read more »

CURRENT: LA Water Program

LA-Public-Art-Biennial

The Native Youth Multimedia Workshop has partnered with the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) of Los Angeles CURRENT: LA WATER PROGRAM. This program teaches youth to write, direct, shoot and edit their own movies that will focus on the LA River environment! Program Description The Native Current: Multimedia Workshop is a filmmaking program designed to teach… Read more »