Ed Bourgeois

Ed Bourgeois

ED BOURGEOIS (French/Mohawk), Managing Director of PAʻI Foundation, a Honolulu-based hālau hula, served as Executive/General Director of Anchorage Opera (2001-2007) and Director of Programs at the Alaska Native Heritage Center (2007-2013), where he directed GROWING UP NATIVE IN ALASKA, RAVEN'S RADIO HOUR, and
ECHOES at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. Bourgeois is co-creator...
ED BOURGEOIS (French/Mohawk), Managing Director of PAʻI Foundation, a Honolulu-based hālau hula, served as Executive/General Director of Anchorage Opera (2001-2007) and Director of Programs at the Alaska Native Heritage Center (2007-2013), where he directed GROWING UP NATIVE IN ALASKA, RAVEN'S RADIO HOUR, and
ECHOES at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. Bourgeois is co-creator of the RAVEN'S RADIO HOUR comedy show. He established the Alaska Native Playwrights Project, which trained 32 emerging Alaska Native playwrights (2010-2013). In 2016 he won the Von Marie Atchley Award Excellence in Playwriting for his BACKSTAGE, BLUE MOON at Native Voices at the Autry's Short Play Fest, which this year will include his newest, TRAIL TREES. His full-length RIVER OF BLOOD was selected for the 2017 Native American New Play Festival at Oklahoma City Theatre Company.