Jeremy Proulx Biography

 
Bio:
Jeremy Proulx is of Anishnabek (Ojibwe) and Haudenosaunee (Oneida) descent and has been a multi-disciplined artist (actor, writer, dancer and filmmaker) for the past 15 years. As a performer some of Jeremy’s theatre credits include BONES: An Aboriginal Dance Opera, An Aboriginal Journey with ... (read more)
 

Bio:
Jeremy Proulx is of Anishnabek (Ojibwe) and Haudenosaunee (Oneida) descent and has been a multi-disciplined artist (actor, writer, dancer and filmmaker) for the past 15 years. As a performer some of Jeremy’s theatre credits include BONES: An Aboriginal Dance Opera, An Aboriginal Journey with ... (read more)

Jeremy Proulx is of Anishnabek (Ojibwe) and Haudenosaunee (Oneida) descent and has been a multi-disciplined artist (actor, writer, dancer and filmmaker) for the past 15 years. As a performer some of Jeremy’s theatre credits include BONES: An Aboriginal Dance Opera, An Aboriginal Journey with Brecht, From the Aztlan to the Zocalo and Miinigooweziwin...The Gift all performed at the Banff Centre in Alberta, SONGS: A Celebration in Dance and The Witch of Niagara for the Centre for Indigenous Theatre (CIT) and the staged readings of The Daphne Odjig Artshow, Urban Hymns in the Dark, Medicine Boy, Hoofs, Aluasa'sit, Crazy Dave Goes To Town, Awowakii and Waka Ciiman (Tawata Productions) all for Native Earth Performing Arts’ (NEPA) annual Weesageechak Festival and the 40th anniversary revival of The Ecstasy of Rita Joe, a co-production between Western Canada Theatre in British Columbia and the National Arts Centre (NAC) in Ottawa. In 2011 Jeremy had the honor of being part of 2011-2012 NAC English Theatre Company in Ottawa. He performed 5 different characters in all-Aboriginal cast production of William Shakespeare’s King Lear at the National Arts Centre and the role of Floyd in Where the Blood Mixes for Teesri Duniya Theatre in Montreal, Quebec. He is currently an Artistic Associate and ensemble performer with Belarus Free Theatre in the United Kingdom. Last July Jeremy made his London, UK stage debut at The Young Vic in Red Forest, co-produced as part of the London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT). In October 2014 he returned from a tour throughout Italy with the same theatre company as well as the MOT International Theatre Festival in Skopje, Macedonia. Most recently Jeremy performed the role of Chief Bromden to great critical acclaim in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest with the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia.