February 20 & 22, 2016
*AGMA & AEA Member
Growing up I always knew I wanted to be a professional performing artist. When the television series Fame came out it pretty much sealed my fate. I was moving to New York and taking on Broadway. However, as I entered adulthood and college in the Pacific Northwest a love for writing and storytelling competed heavily for my attention. I wanted to not only create great stories but stories that were culturally relevant, stories that would bridge the social, economical, age, race and gender gap, stories that would diversify the stage, the world. I wanted to create a place where underserved youth could be trained, get experience, create and compete. It has taken a lot of courage and perseverance but I'm grateful to have the opportunity to do it all...perform, create and give back. To be a creative artist, to do what I love. The best is yet to come.
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10th Annual "Who I Am Celebrating Me"