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At 95, Brooklyn native still gets thrill from acting stage

Red Hook native Gloria Miguel, 95, still gets the same feeling acting on the stage today that she did decades ago.

News 12 Staff

Mar 22, 2022, 11:58 PM

Updated 823 days ago

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Red Hook native Gloria Miguel, 95, still gets the same feeling acting on the stage today that she did decades ago.
“It keeps me alive. I'm quite old and I'm still performing,” she told News 12.
Miguel, along with her three sisters, took to the stage to tell their stories about their lives, about being Native American and born in Brooklyn – and they did so around the world.
“We learned a lot on our feet. We had great experiences and you came home full of knowledge,” she said.
That knowledge poured into her work. It was seen on stage as she looked to educate audiences on women's issues and indigenous matters.
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