PJ Prudat loves cake, hats and poetry and taking her dog out for walks in nature. She is from northern Saskatchewan, a proud Métis-Cree, French/Scandinavian-descended actor and a writer of plays, poetry and creative fiction. As an artist, PJ is passionate about Indigenous perspectives, experiences and untold stories of this land. She is a Co-Creator in Residence at the Theatre Centre, a Creator in Residence at Nightswimming Theatre, and an RBC Resident Creator at Canadian Stage 19/20. PJ has performed as a company actor at both the National Arts Centre English Theatre and the Shaw Festival, and has toured shows extensively across the country. She was Playwright-in-Rez for Native Earth Performing Arts (2013/14). Her play Réunir (with the formerly known Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company) was inspired by the Métis Résistance and was nominated for a SATAward (Outstanding Achievement in Playwrighting). Most recently seen in The Ministry of Grace as “Grace” at the Belfry Theatre; and in the inaugural production of The Unnatural and Accidental Women as “Rebecca” at the National Arts Centre – Indigenous Theatre.