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PJ Prudat

Director /
Cafe Daughter

PJ Prudat,  born in Treaty 6 Territory, is a proud Métis (roots to Red River)~nehiyaw-saulteaux actor, arts educator and writer. A daughter of the fur trade, her maternal ancestors travelled by dog team, were Buffalo hunters, Métis Résistance, and Treaty Six Hereditary-Chief signatorie. PJ is currently pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing at UBC. She has worked in Indigenous Theatre for over twenty years and toured luminous IBPOC creative-led shows.  She holds Artistic Residencies with Nightswimming and the Theatre Centre.  PJ is among the first ever Indigenous women to hold space as a company actor at the National Arts Centre (English and Indigenous Theatres) and the Shaw Festival.  This is PJ’s fourth production of Café Daughter, and it is a joy and honour to make her directorial debut with this outstanding team, sharing this remarkable story at home in Treaty 4 Territory.  Kitatamihinâwâw.

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