Randy Reinholz

Randy ReinholzRandy Reinholz (Choctaw) is a director, producer, playwright, and actor on stage and screen, whose work has appeared regularly in Los Angeles for the past two decades; and in major venues in New York, Washington D.C., San Diego and major regional theaters and universities; urban and tribal communities across the US; and internationally in London, Toronto, Calgary, Tampico, Mexico; Adelaide and Brisbane, Australia.

A Professor of Theatre, Television, and Film at San Diego State University, he also served as Director of the School of Theatre, Television, and Film; and then Director of Community Engagement and Innovative Programs in the Dean’s office.  He has taught and lectured at dozens of colleges and universities including Cornell University, Duke University, University of Miami Ohio, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Illinois State University, Cal State LA, University of Montana, UC Irvine, University of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK.

His work has been funded in part by the NEA; San Manuel Band of Mission Indians; USA Consulate, South Australia; Ford Foundation; Corporation for Public Broadcasting; Annie E. Casey; Wells Fargo; Irvine Foundation; City of Los Angeles, Cultural Affairs Department; Los Angeles County Arts Commission; MAP GRANT Multi-Arts Production Fund, a program of Creative Capital; Kennedy Center Capacity Building Program; Walt Disney Company; Sony; Seven Post Investment; Edison International; Judith Jacobs Foundation; Sidney Stern Memorial Trust; JP Morgan Chase Foundation; Morgan Stanley; Nissan Corporation; Theatre Communications Group; Actors Equity Association; Canadian Council for the Arts; McKnight National Residency Program; The Minneapolis Playwrights’ Center; Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.

Website: https://theautry.org/native-voices/theatre-native-voices