Hot 'N' Soft Photo/Foto: HIDVL
  • Title: Muriel Miguel (Spiderwoman Theater): Hot 'N' Soft/ Hot 'N' Soft II
  • Holdings: video (HIDVL)
  • Duration: varies
  • Language: English
  • Date: 1992; 1993
  • Location: The American Indian Community House, New York City.
  • Type-Format: performance
  • Cast: Muriel Miguel
  • Credits: American Indian Community House, producer ; Muriel Miguel, director, writer ; Deborah Ratell, stage manager.

Hot 'N' Soft

Hot 'N' Soft is a lesbian erotica/ trickster story created by Muriel Miguel (Kuna-Rappahannock), a founding member of Spiderwoman Theater, the longest running Native women's theater troupe. After encountering only male trickster stories, Miguel decided to build a piece around a female lesbian coyote trickster (the Coyote often plays the role of trickster and is usually male). Adding erotica to the mix, Miguel bases her tale on taboos not normally spoken of in the Native lesbian community, hair, two-timing, being uncomfortable, and getting older.

In Hot 'N' Soft II Muriel Miguel continues coyote's erotic lesbian tales.