Joey Clift in Conversation with Howie Echo-Hawk
Saturday, March 11 at 5:30 p.m.
Seattle Rep invites you to witness stand-up comedian and enrolled member of the Pawnee Nation, Howie Echo-Hawk, and award-winning comedy writer and enrolled Cowlitz Indian Tribal Member, Joey Clift, in conversation and reflection on the subjects presented in Between Two Knees and the current atmosphere for Native comedic writers and performers.
About the Speakers
Joey Clift is a comedian, TV writer, and enrolled Cowlitz Indian Tribal Member. Writing credits include "Spirit Rangers" on Netflix, "New Looney Tunes" on Cartoon Network, and "Molly of Denali" on PBS. He created, wrote and directed the Comedy Central digital series "Gone Native" and his award winning short films have screened everywhere from Just For Laughs to The Smithsonian Museum. Most importantly, he started the LA Underground Cat Network, which is a 15,000-member strong Facebook group for Los Angeles comedians to share pictures of their cats. He's kind of a cat guy.