This show! Oh my god! Playing AJ was one of the most fun times that I have had playing a character. There is something about playing in shows were there are few actors and a plot driven story that allow for a bond closer than that of a musical. The
VSU’s productions of Mamma Mia and Crazy for You were somethings that I will never forget. The cast was so professional and on top of lines, music, and choreography. Each night was a blast. I learned so much with these group of actors. Each one brought a level of experience
I feel like it’s time to officially announce that I am co-directing a show called “Black Enough”. The project is a one-man show written by Jahman Ariel Hill. He approached me about directing the project in December. He told me that he wanted to change the narrative of the way that
The Drowsy Chaperone was a show that was a roller coaster from start to finish. I played in the ensemble and swung for both the Gangsters. This was my first time ever understudying for any role a whole bunch. Glad to have participated in such a great show.
The Merry Wives of Windsor was my first experience with Shakespeare, that wasn’t scenes. Seth Panitch’s adaptation was not only hilarious but the cast was all-star. This cast came ready to work from day one. On top of that, the cast was made up mostly of upperclassmen. This makeup allowed
My Entire experience in the show was basically chronicled on the link below. Cannot say how happy I was that this was my first professional show though. I learned so much and am looking forward to learning more stage Combat! http://www.bct123.org/bct-blog/2018/7/2/inside-the-three-musketeers-learning-to-be-dartagnan
Having fun on Labor Day! Dancers: @j__phantom @_weirdsheep @act_and_law @chanbrown98 @t1abovenbeyond 🎥: @wynnnnntaa 🎶: @thuggerthugger1- #PullUpOnAKid🎶*Do Not Own The Rights To This Music*
In January I kicked the year off right with the: Between the Lines 24-hour Festival of Plays. Our team, “Quarter-Black” created one of the most ridiculous stories to ever hit the Allen Bales stage. The story was about a boy trying to find his real parents after being told by