Wrap up of Quarterly Wrap Festival

Had a great time hosting the grand finale of the Quarterly Wrap Festival at the Mayme A. Clayton Museum and Library. Such amazing talent and I was truly honored to have been handpicked by the fabulously talented actor and late night hopeful Motown Maurice to host this momentous occasion. Kudos to the fabulous judges, talented actors Jeff Meacham and Eric Paul Erickson as well as noted writer-director Jonathan Cocco for their excellent feedback.¬†Finalists for the grand finale were Glasme, Deborah Ishida, Lorinda Hawkins Smith, and Wanda Ray Willis-Raynor, who was the winner. She gave an outstanding performance as the iconic […]

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The World Premiere of the Tragedy of JFK (As Told by Wm. Shakespeare)

The Tragedy of JFK (as told by Wm. Shakespeare) is a very moving play about the conspiracy to assassinate the 35th President of the United States and its aftermath. Using Shakespearian text, this groundbreaking theatrical event illuminates what might have happened surrounding one of the most shocking events in American history, which altered the course of this entire nation for decades to come. This play also showcases the tragedies the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. I was really affected by this show as reliving a very challenging part of American history was really heavy and […]

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