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Larissa FastHorse is the first Native American female playwright to have a show go on Broadway. NBC News’ Joe Fryer spoke with FastHorse about what she hopes the audience feels after seeing “The Thanksgiving Play," a comedy about four white people putting on a Thanksgiving play without a Native American.