Drama. Native American Studies. "Mark Anthony Rolo's plays are a welcome addition to Native American theater. Rolo romps his way through stereotypes and romanticized notions of American Indians, while giving Native actors a rare chance to chew the scenery. From metatheatrical satire and farce to the poignant drama of The Way Down Story, this anthology enriches and extends the American Indian voice in drama"--Julie Pearson-Little Thunder.
Mark Anthony Rolo is an enrolled member of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe. His plays have been produced in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, and Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is a journalist, filmmaker, and playwright as well as a senior lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Author City: MADISON, WI USA