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A performance arts piece used for social change

We asked over 60 artists to express their feelings about George Floyd and countless others who have been victims of police brutality and systemic racism. We then put all the content together in a series of videos, each lasting exactly 8 minutes and 46 seconds. This time stamp represents more than just one officer’s knee on one man’s neck, it is also a symbolic number that represents a wide awakening to the systemic injustices plaguing the black community. We are now sharing these compilation videos with the world to raise money and awareness for organizations that are doing the work.

My Name Is Myeisha

Theatrical Release

A hip-hop musical fantasia, My Name Is Myeisha chronicles the life of a young black woman in California's Inland Empire. Set in 1998, Myeisha Jackson vividly recounts the events of her a life leading to a fateful encounter with local police. Based on the internationally acclaimed, NAACP-award-winning stage play, Dreamscape by Rickerby Hinds, My Name Is Myeisha is a profoundly moving story of self-discovery and the moments that make us who we are.

I play Myeisha's best friend, Kai.


Presented by Élan Ensemble

I am a founding member of this theatre company. SEVEN the sophomore production after the award winning "How We're Different From Animals". This is a documentary play which tells the true stories of seven remarkable women who faced life-threatening obstacles to bring about major improvements in the lives of women and girls in their home countries. I play Laura.


Mon Nov 25

Fri Dec 6


Atwater Village Theatre

3269 Casitas Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90039

Copland's America

At the Disney Concert Hall

Come and watch while we travel across America exploring the music of Aaron Copland. This is a movement based devised piece presented in concert with the LA Philharmonic. 


Sat Sept 28

Sat Oct 12


Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S Grand Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90012

Hollywood Fringe Festival 2019

Yes. No. Maybe.

What's more valuable: Monogamy or $1 Million?

Come find out in this new play I'm acting in at the Fringe Festival 2019.


PWYC: Sat 6/8 @ 5.45P

Sun 6/16 @ 12.15p

Fri 6/21 ​@ 8.15p

Sun 6/23 @ 2.15p

Wed 6/26 @10/45p


The Complex

The Flight Theatre

6476 Santa Monica Blvd.

Hollywood,  CA 90038

Love is Another Country

World Premiere

I'm the lead in a new play that brings together the ancient tale of Antigone with the deaths of innumerable black men and women at the hands of police. Part ritual, part rage, part collective ask to the audience, LOVE IS ANOTHER COUNTRY, follows the Chapman family as they navigate living as black women in a country that claims to love them.


Feb 1 – Mar 2, 2019
Thurs - Sat @ 8p

Sun @ 2:30p


VS. Theatre

5453 Pico Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90019

Evil Begets Evil

Hits the film festival circuit

I'm proud to announce that my short film, Evil Begets Evil, got into 2 film festivals playing in November.

This is my 1st time producing a film and I am also the lead actress. I would love to have you at the LA premiere to celebrate with us!

Nov 3, 2018

@ 3p


TLC Chinese Theatre

6925 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028

My Name Is Myeisha

Hits the 2018 Film Festival Circuit

My Name Is Myeisha premiered at Slamdance 2018 Film Festival and is a feature length film about a beloved teenager who crosses over into a hip-hop-musical dreamscape at the moment of her tragic death and contemplates her life; what it was and what it could have been.

I play the character Kai who is one of Myeisha's best friends.


Slamdance Film Festival - Audience Award Winner

George Lindsey UNA Film Festival - Pro Narrative Feature

Ohama Film Festival - Jury Prize for Feature Film Honorable Mention

Boston Under-Ground Film Festival - Best Feature

All You Seek

by The Humble Boys

The Humble Boys + 
M.F.A. Trained Actors + 
Professional Dancers + 
Professional Musicians + 
Visionary Director =  


The math is simple. 
This project truly is "All You Seek." The story of struggle, love, elation, loss, and the-phoenix-rising-out-of-the-ashes. Told through live music, dance, and physical theater.


Dec 1 & 8, 2017

@ 8p


Downtown Dance and Movement
1144 S Hope St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015

The Daughters of the Kush

World Premiere Play by George Corbin

In 1963, an all black sorority at an all white school gets a young white pledge trying to join the organization. Find out what happens when this young woman is found dead. 

I play Brenda Smith, the sorority's chapter President. 


Oct 13-29, 2017

Fri/Sat @ 8p

Sun @ 3p


Stella Adler Theatre

6773 Hollywood Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90028

For the past two years, a rotating group of USC MFA Acting alums have been meeting in dance studios and apartment-living-room-floors to transform Miranda July's book of short stories, "No One Belongs Here More Than You" into a stage play. We gave ourselves a name (The Elan Ensemble), and our group represents our broader community of physically-trained theatre artists who speak our common language. 


Every Sat from Aug 12 - Sept 2, 2017

@ 5p


Skylight Theatre

1816 1/2 N Vermont Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90027

(discount code: BELONG

Or bring your student ID for student price)

NESONA Short Play Festival

Festival Theme: 'A Home For All'


Jul 28, 29 & 30, 2017

Fri/Sat @ 8p

Sun @ 2p


MOments Playhouse

665 N Heliotrope Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90004

Soul Of A Nation

Will & Company does theatre for social change. SOUL OF A NATION takes a look at the African-American journey to date. In a 65 minute, live, multi-media presentation, we dig deep into the role of black women in American society, the horror of the justice system for black men, the phobias entangled in Afro-textured locks, and the myth of everything being "all better now."

Travel Tour:

Thur, Feb 9, 2017 @ 6p

Moton Museum, Farmville, VA

Fri, Feb10, 2017 @ 7p

@ Maryville University, St. Louis, MO

In 1967 Detroit, Motown music is getting the party started, and Chelle and her brother Lank are making ends meet by turning their basement into an after-hours joint. But when a mysterious woman finds her way into their lives, the siblings clash over much more than the family business. As their pent up feelings erupt, so does their city, and they find themselves caught in the middle of the '67 riots.


Thur, Dec 15 @ 8p

Sat, Dec 17 @ 8p


Coeurage Theatre

5108 Lankershim Blvd

North Hollywood, CA 91601

RSVP for tickets:



“If Europe is for the European, then I say Africa for the African” - Garvey

I play the role of Amy Ashwood Garvey who is Marcus' very outspoken ex-wife.

Jul 9 - 24, 2016
Fri/Sat @ 8p

Sun @ 5p


MOments Playhouse Theatre

665 Heliotrope Drive (at Melrose)

Los Angeles, CA 90004


I am associate producing and acting in RED VELVET which is a critically acclaimed play that chronicles the career of the late actor, IRA ALDRIDGE. Ira who was the first black actor to play the title role in shakespeare's play, OTHELLO, at Covent Garden in London in 1833. A play not only about race, RED VELVET shows the pressure necessary to bring about change. It also tallies up the costs of losing battles we dare to fight.


Mar 26 – Apr 30, 2016

Fri/Sat @ 8p

Sun @ 5p


Atwater Playhouse

3191 Casitas Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90039

There is a large gated FREE parking lot directly in front of the theatre plus plenty of free street parking. The entrance is on the south side of the warehouse and under a covered patio area.

For tickets, please call number or click link below


CATCH THE TIGER - Workshop Production


“If Europe is for the European, then I say Africa for the African” - Garvey

I play the role of Paula Jackson who is a British Intelligence Officer.


Until Sun, Nov 15, 2015

Fri/Sat @ 8p

Sun @ 3p


MOments Playhouse Theatre

665 Heliotrope Drive (at Melrose)

Los Angeles, CA 90004

Supernatural: The Play

Produced by

Chromolume Theatre

I play the lead role of Kee Kee


Nov '14 - Apr '15


The Attic

5429 W. Washington Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90016

USC Article

Three worlds, 24 performances: Welcome to repertory theater

Dee Dee Stephens, who portrays Helen of Troy in Trojan Women and Emily Webb in Our Town — in addition to her three roles in Tartuffe — said that playing characters that vary in age, gender, shape, nationality and time period stretches all her muscles.


Wednesdays - Sundays

Fri, Feb 8 - Sun Mar 9, 2014


Scene Dock Theatre

1030 W 37th Place

Los Angeles, CA 90007

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