Jeremy Proulx is an actor, dancer, writer and filmmaker of Anishnaabeg (Ojibwe) and Haudenosaunee (Oneida) descent, originally from Neyaashiinigamiing (Chippewas of
Nawash, First Nation), Ontario.
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, the staged readings of The Daphne Odjig Artshow, Urban Hymns in the Dark, Medicine Boy and Hoofs all for Native Earth Performing Arts’ 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 in Ottawa.
Earlier Jeremy had the honour and privilege of the National Art Centre’s 2011–‐12 English Theatre Company in Ottawa. Most recently, he performed five different characters in the historical 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.
Upcoming: Red Forest for Belarus Free Theatre at The Young Vic In London, UK as part of the London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT).