AMBER KAY BALL

She/Her/Hers) | Dakubetede, Shasta, Modoc-Klamath; Citizen of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz

Amber Ball is based on her home ancestral territory of what we know now as Ashland, OR. She currently serves as the Native/Indigenous Audience Development Associate at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Her work centers community outreach and engagement with Native/Indigenous communities, organizations and individuals.

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Selected Credits: 

Director, Files of the Indian Police and They Came From Across the Big Pond, by William S. Yellow Robe

(Reflections of Native Voices Festival; New York Theatre Workshop)

Presenter, 2019 Oregon Indian Education Association Conference, “SO Indigenous, Making Power Together,” (University of Oregon)

Properties Master, August Osage County, by Tracy Letts (Oregon Contemporary Theatre)

Chair, The Pocket Playhouse, For Student By Student Run Theatre (University of Oregon)

 

Instructor:

Bethel Consortium,  Title VII Indian Education Summer Camp, “Connecting Art and Education, Introduction to Theatre”

Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribes of Indian Youth Instructor – Culture Camp

Guest, University of Oregon Theatre Department, “Theatre Futures”

Education:

B.S. Theatre Arts |  Minor: Native American Studies, University of Oregon​