LISA MAYO actor, singer was summoned to join her two biological sisters in 1975, to help them create a feminist play, for a six-week run in New York City. Twenty-six years later, she now calls herself a founding member of Spiderwoman Theater, the longest running Native American feminist theatre company in North America. For the past twenty-six years the company has toured all over the U.S., Canada, Central America, Australia, New Zealand, China and Europe. While performing and touring, Lisa picked up other skills such as playwriting, directing and tour management. Spiderwoman Theater has created more than twenty plays in the story-weaving style of Spiderwoman Grandmother. Lisa1s mentors and teachers are Herbert Berhof, Uta Hagen, Charles Nelson Reilly, Muriel Miguel, Tina Packer, Kristin Linklater, Robert Lewis, Walt Witcover, and Susan Slavin. Merry Conway and Noni Pratt cast Lisa in their production of A Woman’s Work is Never Done in New York City in 1998. She now feels extremely pleased to be asked to come to Boston, Massachussetts with Conway & Pratt Projects for another version of the project.