K'kali - Native Voices 27th Festival of New Plays

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Tuesday June 15

5:00 PM  –  7:00 PM


K'kali by June Thiele (Athabascan/Yup'ik) is a magical modern tale of a queer Indigenous artist who wrestles with her culture, identity, relationships...and perhaps a real-life monster.


June Thiele is an Indigenous, two-spirit actor, writer, filmmaker, and storyteller. Recently they wrote and performed an original story, When Animals used to Talk with 2nd Story. Film credits include atoms of ashes as writer, producer and co-story and Adhara as writer and actor. Recent performances include a radio play with Theater for Young Audiences at the Kennedy Center and Incomplete Conversations with Silent Theatre Company. They had their play, K’kali included in a showcase with the Syndicate’s reading series, were selected for a scriptwriting fellow in 2018 with PBS Kids, and are currently writing for the PBS Kids animated series Molly of Denali. For updated work, find them on IG @junosynthesizer