Kricket is an enrolled member of the Caddo and Kiowa tribes of Oklahoma. She dances traditional Kiowa Buckskin and Cloth as well as Northern Fancy Shawl and Jingle. She served as the former Gul-he-I descendent family princess and is a mom to three children who also perform traditional dances, songs, and language at home and abroad.
Kricket has performed on stage since childhood in a variety of roles: acting, dancing, and singing. She studied for fifteen years under Moscelyne Larkin and danced as an apprentice for Tulsa Ballet as a teenager. She has also taken modern dance from Denise Vale, a Martha Graham principal dancer, and ballet classes from the University of Oklahoma. Kricket had the privilege to tour extensively with the legendary Charles Chibitty, the Last Comanche Code Talker.
Kricket has won awards for her lead movie roles and has appeared in several commercials. She has an associate’s degree from Tulsa Community College and graduated from the University of Oklahoma with her bachelor’s in Native American Studies. She is the former Executive Director of the Historic Jacobson House Native Art Center and currently works with the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma’s Kiowa Language and Culture Revitalization Program. She is also the manager/performer for the internationally recognized Oklahoma Fancy Dancer Native Dance Troupe and Secretary of the Metro Caddo Culture Club.