Cover artwork of the Season in review 2020/21: A group of friends open a time capsule labelled 2020.
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Ten Questions with Vickie Ramirez
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What was your most memorable theatrical experience as a child? 

There were no local theatres in my town (and no Drama Club), so I really only have two experiences: once, we family road-tripped to see the Pirates of Penzance, and I watched John Barton on Shakespeare on PBS. I still reference both.

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Vickie Ramirez
Vickie Ramirez

(Tuscarora) is a playwright living in unceded Lenapehoking (Queens) who writes about contemporary Indigenous people struggling with intersectionality, identity, and the lingering impact of colonization. She is a resident of New Dramatists (2025). Plays include Smoke, Standoff At Hwy#37, Pure Native, and Glenburn 12 WP.