L. Peter Callender
L. Peter Callender, Artistic Director of African-American Shakespeare Company, has directed three of August Wilson’s plays (Fences at Harbor Theater in Fairfield, California and Jitney and Joe Turner’s Come and Gone at American Stage Company in St. Petersburg, Florida). He has acted in King Hedley II (Hedley), Seven Guitars (Red Carter), Radio Golf (Sterling) and, now as Becker in Jitney. Callender’s other directing credits include: Safe House at Aurora Theatre Company in Berkeley, “We Are Proud To Present…” at San Jose Stage and several productions at African-American Shakespeare Company. His extensive bio, photo gallery, coaching opportunities and upcoming productions can be seen on his site at www.LPeterCallender.com
Sherri Young is an M.F.A. graduate from the American Conservatory Theatre; and former Commissioner for the San Francisco Arts Commission proudly serving for Mayor Gavin Newsom. She founded the African-American Shakespeare Company in 1994 and has been its Executive Director ever since. Sherri has directed 16 productions; produced and executed four programs for the organization; and speaks at various colleges, universities, and conferences across the nation. She manages approximately 60 company members and volunteers for the organization’s programs. Some career highlights includes creating the company’s signature holiday performance Cinderella, effectively building and stabilizing the organization over the past five years, increasing audience attendance by 30%, and increasing new funding support by foundations and individual donors within the past two years.
Nathaniel Andalis is an actor born and based in the East Bay. He is a graduate of Pacific Conservatory Theatre and company member of Ubuntu Theater Project. His recent work includes: Hamlet in Hamlet (San Francisco Shakespeare Festival) and Laertes (Arabian Shakespeare Festival); Biff in Death of a Salesman (Ubuntu Theatre Project); Tyler in Laughing Stock (Role Players Ensemble); Marco in A View from the Bridge (Northside Theater Company); Frank in Mrs. Warren’s Profession (Douglas Morrison Theater) and spending a Summer in rep at Illinois Shakespeare Festival doing Hamlet, Peter and the Starcatcher, and Twelfth Night. He is thrilled to be a part of the African-American Shakespeare Company for his first time.
Selma Apara was born and raised in Oakland, CA and is an 8th grader at Ile Omode, an African-centered private school in Oakland. Selma loves to act and is also a dancer. As an apprentice, she danced with Dimensions Extensions Performance Ensemble (DEPE), and with other professionals in the Bay Area. She received dance training in West African, modern, jazz, ballet, and Haitian. In Summer 2017, Selma attended the Alvin Ailey Dance Camp where she became the recipient of the first annual Catherine F. Syversen Award to continue her training in the Arts. Selma aspires to attend Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia, and to become a computer engineer, entrepreneur, and to continue her love for dancing and acting. Also, Selma is a paid tutor and writer for her school’s website. She also enjoys writing code for web pages and has had some of her work featured on the school’s website.
Antonette Bracks is excited to be working with the African-American Shakespeare Company again for her third production with the company. She is an actress and writer with over ten years of theatrical experience and has studied theater at Laney College and San Francisco State University. She has had the privilege of working in the Bay Area as well as Los Angeles, and she hopes to continue to spread her wings world wide.
Charlotte Christien is a Bay Area transplant by way of Alabama. She has studied at Berkeley Repertory Theatre as well as completed a Meisner-based program of study at Waterfront Playhouse and Conservatory. The past four years have propelled Charlotte deeper into her own truth through acting and other creative forms. This is her first production with the African-American Shakespeare Company and she couldn’t be more excited!
Devin A. Cunningham
Devin A. Cunningham is an actor, singer, and writer from Oakland, CA and this is his first time working with the African-American Shakespeare Company. Devin studied acting on California’s central coast at the Pacific Conservatory for the Performing Arts. Some of his acting credits include Officer Lockstock in Urinetown the Musical, Ensemble/US Lord Pinkleton in Cinderella, Ensemble in The Pirates of Penzance, and US Lord Stanley in Richard III. This is Devin’s first production with the African-American Shakespeare Company and he is truly excited to be a part of an original work made by and for his people.
Santoya Fields is making her Bay Area debut as Stella in African- American Shakespeare Company’s A Streetcar Named Desire. Originally from St. Petersburg, Florida, Santoya lived in New York City for 14 years where she had a career in Television Production before becoming an actress. Her theater credits include playing the title role in New Brooklyn Theater’s production of Rachel, Whistleblowers’ Off-Broadway play Echoes of Ebola, and as Iphegenia in Everyday Inferno’s Iphegenia Among the Taurians. She can be seen this summer in Shotgun Players’ production of White, a play by James Ijames. Santoya plans to use theater as a way to educate and empower change while working with underprivileged youth and the prison population.
Amyrah Furaha is a 13-year old singer, actress and dancer who attends Ile Omode in Oakland, CA. She has been able to improve upon her talent by taking classes and performing both at school and in the larger community. Amyrah has had a love for performing arts since she was 3 years old; and by appearing in Cinderella with the AASC, she is fulfilling a dream she has had since she saw the production in 2012.
Jazz Amira Hardrict
Jazz Amira Hardrict is an 8 year old 3rd grade student, and is thrilled to once again be in the cast of Cinderella. At age 6 she played the character of Young Cinderella, and loved the experience. Last year, at 7, she was cast as Young Simba in the 3Crosses production of the Lion King. She played the Monkey and Street Urchin in Aladdin, Little Magic in Dreamgirls, NY Kid in Rent, and Parisian Child in Funny Face. Jazz studies ballet, gymnastics, African dance, and martial arts. She dreams of being an artist and living in Paris with her Uncle Jaredt. Jazz is grateful to African-American Shakespeare Company for providing an outlet for artistic expression to youths.
Zaire K. Herd
Zaire Kelis Herd is a dancer, athlete, and Girl Scouts member from San Francisco, CA, and she is very excited to be working with the African-American Shakespeare Company! A 5th grader at Mission Dolores Academy, she participates in sports, specifically volleyball. Zaire has also been a Girls Scout member of Troop #61574, where she has learned leadership skills, arts and crafts, as well as participated in numerous camping trips and the sale of the Girl Scouts signature cookies. Zaire began attending the Don Fisher Clubhouse—Boys & Girls Club where she joined Nitty Dupree Studio of Dance and quickly became not only part of one of the dance teams, but she also assists children younger than her, helping with dance routines and keeping them focused. Zaire was in her first dance competition this year at Six Flags in Vallejo. Zaire has participated in mini plays at the Boys & Girls Club. Cinderella is her first full play.
Nakayla L. Herring
Nakayla Lyn Herring is a local dancer and is very honored to be working with the African-American Shakespeare Company. She’s a kindergartner at Alice Fong Yu Chinese Immersion School, where she is learning to speak and write in Cantonese. Nakayla has been dancing for more than two years with Nitty Dupree Studio of Dance. During this time she has performed in the San Francisco 2016 Juneteenth Festival, won in the 2017 The Sacramento Convention Center Aloha Cheer Championship, and the 2017 Jamz Cheer And Dance at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. Nakayla enjoys making people laugh and smile and in her spare time she loves swimming and tennis.
Danielle Hillman is excited to make her acting debut with the African-American Shakespeare Company in its 2017 production of Cinderella. She is a 2nd grader attending Excellence Christian Academy in San Francisco. Danielle is currently excelling at a 4th grader’s pace in Language Arts and loves fueling her passion for creativity through sewing and drawing. This year, she joined the Children’s Division of Jess A Lady Empowerment, a modeling and coaching program, which afforded her the opportunity to model in Fashion on the Lake (Oakland, CA). Her next big project includes using her artwork to raise donations for a local family shelter.
Jarrett Holley is proud to continue his work with the African-American Shakespeare Company after appearing in Cinderella and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He is originally from Memphis, TN, but has lived and worked in the Bay Area for over 10 years since graduating from the Academy of Art University with an AA in Motion Pictures and Television here in the city. He has a passion for languages, swords, and stage combat, and is known as the resident Star Wars encyclopedia among his friends.
Jan Hunter is excited about returning to the African-American Shakespeare stage, having previously performed in their productions as Jocasta in Oedipus, Lady Teazle in School for Scandal, and Mrs. Higgins in Pygmalion. She also performed for the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre in their heyday. Jan, born and raised in Los Angeles, received her B.A. in Drama, M.A. in Teacher of the Arts, and M.A. in Education. A newly retired theatre Educator, she was the Director of the Performing Arts Academy at Skyline High School for 24 years, directing and producing four productions a year. Jan does dramatic storytelling at a private school in the East Bay for youths. She’d like to thank her family and community for their love and support. She’s looking forward to this production and the pleasure of working with L. Peter Callender. The Drama lives!
It’s been said, that you can’t do anything about the length of your life, but you can do something about its width and depth. Jemier Jenkins is a podcaster, teaching artist, Creative Director of Black Boîte Entertainment (A Boutique Media Production Company), and proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Through her work on both sides of the camera & curtain, she’s recognized the importance of art in education and the potential of entrepreneurship to alleviate social issues. Jemier is currently pursuing a master’s degree (MBA) at Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management and is an alumna of both Florida State University & William Esper’s Acting Conservatory (NYC). Favorite roles: Molly in Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (American Stage); Rena in Jitney (African-American Shakespeare Company – AASC). Favorite gig: stage managing AASC’s production of William Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale (Theatre Bay Area Recommended Production). Follow her @UneBlackBoite & www.JemierJenkins.com
ArVejon Jones is from Compton, CA. He attended San Francisco State University where he majored in Dance and minored in Japanese. He has danced all over the US, Canada, and Brazil. In the Bay Area, he has been a student apprentice with ODC/Dance, and has worked professionally with Copious Dance Theater, PUSH Dance Company, SOULSKIN Dance, and Sean Dorsey Dance, among others. He was a featured dancer in AM/FM, a film choreographed by Robert Moses for the San Francisco Dance Film Festival. In Boston, he performed throughout the Northeast with Prometheus Dance and Jean Appolon Expressions. In addition, he was contracted for two years as a Lead Teaching Artist for the Boston Ballet’s “Education and Outreach Initiative.” Currently, he is finishing a 20-city tour with Sean Dorsey Dance. ArVejon is happy to be in the Bay Area, and is delighted to be working with the AASC.
Born in Berkeley, CA 13-year old, Seynabou Kouyate is in the 8th grade and currently attends Ile Omode School in Oakland. Aside from her academics she’s involved in many dance styles, African drumming, and her school Jazz band. Seynabou shared a passion for dance since a very young age. She’s been a member of many performing arts companies and has attended many dance camps and workshops. She most recently attended Alvin Ailey Summer Dance Extensive at UC Berkeley. During the camp she studied various dance forms from professional instructors, such as jazz, ballet, African and modern dance. She is one of the lead dancers of the African dance troupe at her school. Seynabou will continue to expand her talent as a dancer and musician and hopes to become a professional dance teacher in the future.
Charles Lewis III
Charles Lewis III is overjoyed to make his African-American Shakespeare debut in Midsummer. The San Francisco native first performed the play in high school, and he’s delighted to perform in it again. Charles has acted with such renowned companies as American Conservatory Theater, California Shakespeare Theater, Atmos Theatre, PianoFight Productions, Impact Theatre, and the San Francisco Opera. He has written and directed for Wily West Productions, Awesome Theatre, Shotz! SF, and PianoFight. He frequently appears in film and television, including TV spots for the San Francisco Giants and Golden State Warriors, as well as the film The Diary of a Teenage Girl. He can be found online at TheThinkingMansIdiot.wordpress.com.
Ryan Marchand is an actor, director, and teaching artist in San Francisco, and is thrilled to be working with the African-American Shakespeare Company again, having performed as a ballroom dancer in a previous production of Cinderella. Ryan graduated from San Francisco State University (SFSU) where he completed his B.A. in French, with a minor in Theater Arts. At SFSU, Ryan studied various styles of theater including the classical Japanese forms of Noh and Kyogen Theater. Ryan put this training to use and has performed various roles with Theater of Yugen, including in the world premiere production of This Lingering Life by Chiori Miyagawa. Ryan recently directed for the Playwright’s Foundation’s Flash Plays, and is an occasional presenter with Klanghaus. Ryan is also the Artistic and Programming Director with Handful Players, a non-profit, social justice-oriented performing arts program that provides San Francisco’s most underserved youth in the Western Addition with high quality performing arts experiences.
Paige Mayes is back again after the exciting run in one of her most funniest roles: Helena, in African-American Shakespeare Company’s production of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Paige has appeared in previous AASC productions as Grandmother in Cinderella as well as Lala, Normal Jean, etc. in The Colored Museum. This is her fourth production with the company and she is beyond thrilled! She is an actress, dancer, and singer originally from Denver, CO. Paige graduated from Arizona State University where she received her Bachelor’s in Dance. She also attended the American Conservatory Theater where she did the Summer Training Congress and the SF Semester. She is beyond thankful to be working in the Bay Area and prays to go beyond what she can exceed.
Khary Moye is thrilled to be making his return to the African-American Shakespeare Company (previously seen in Medea)! Originally from New York City, Khary started performing Off-Broadway Theatre before moving to the West Coast. Since then he has worked with multiple theatre companies in the area. Some recent projects are The Piano Lesson (Role Players Ensemble), HELA (TheatreFirst), ZENITH (San Francisco Playhouse Sandbox Series), and A Civil War Christmas (Town Hall Theatre). He would like to thank L. Peter Callender for giving him the opportunity to portray such an iconic character. He would also like to thank his family and friends for always supporting his dreams and keeping him focused. An honorable mention goes to his parents without whose love and guidance none of this would be possible. “I Love you.” Onward!
Sumayyah Nuriddin-Green is ecstatic to be working with the African-American Shakespeare Company for a second time! The most recent role she played was Mary Lennox in The Secret Garden at the Marin Theater Company. In last year’s AASC co-production of Cinderella with San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company, she appeared as Young Cinderella and one of the Mice. At the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre she performed in the workshop Egyptian Explorers acting as an Archaeologist under the direction of Erica Blue. Sumayyah has studied dance at Redwood Heights Recreation Center with Patricia Hunter, Kids N Dance, Lyric Performing Arts, Destined 2 Dance and Piedmont Ballet, training in ballet, musical theater, jazz and modern. Sumayyah currently dances with the Youth Program at Raissa Simpson’s PUSH Dance Company. A few of her other interests are playing piano with Oaktown Jazz Workshops, attending Black Girls CODE programs/events, reading novels, writing poetry and sketching fashion designs. Instagram: @allaboutsumayyah
Jourdán Olivier-Verdé is pleased to return to African-American Shakespeare Company for his second production. The Actor/Singer was previously seen appearing in the AASC production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream as Theseus and Oberon, and prior to that, in the DC Metro area appearing in A Raisin in the Sun as Walter Lee (Hallam Award Recipient for Best Actor); Marty in Dreamgirls; and Mister in The Color Purple, to name a few credits. He received his training as an Acting Minor at Howard University, American Academy of Dramatics Arts in New York (AADA), and the International Academy of Film and Television Los Angeles. He is very thankful for the support shown by Sherri, Peter, his Dungeon family, his West Coast family (J-D), and the rest of his family on the East Coast.
Ely Sonny Orquiza
Ely Sonny Orquiza is thrilled to perform at the African-American Shakespeare Company for the first time. He is a multidisciplinary actor and a teaching artist based in San Francisco Bay Area. He is the Founder and Artistic Facilitator of the Projector Room Play Readings Ensemble, an indie theatre troupe committed to uplift and introduce queer and multi-ethnic voices onstage. He has previously worked on the world premiere of John Adam’s Girls of the Golden West directed by Peter Sellars at the San Francisco Opera. Recent/favorite credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Inferno Theatre), Rameau: Temple of Glory (Cal Performances), Reentry: Process of Resilience (Joe Goode’s Resilience Project), and Welga (Bindlestiff Studio). Ely holds a BA in Theater and Performance Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. Follow his upcoming projects on Instagram @TheOrquiza. Ely says, “Dream like a unicorn, execute like a warhorse” and “to all my strong networks of support: maraming salamat po.”
Mauressa N. Perkins
Mauressa N. Perkins is a 3rd grader attending Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy (HMCRA). Although, she has no formal training, she has been an avid dancer, singer, and theatrical performer since she took her first steps. She has published many Musically dance videos and has many followers among her friends. As a first-grader she participated in the HMCRA Holiday Talent Show performing a solo of theme song to Disney’s Frozen. She is very excited to be working in her first official theatre performance with the African-American Shakespeare Company’s rendition of Cinderella.
Emily T. Phillips
Emily Teresa Phillips is a singer and actress recently relocated back to the Bay Area after many years abroad, and is over the moon to be working with the African-American Shakespeare Company. A graduate of University of California Los Angeles’ theater department, and Georgetown/Sotheby’s Institute, London, Emily is fluent in German, and has taught in the U.S., Europe, Turkey, and South East Asia. A former set designer for theatre and opera, she most recently appeared as Cheryl in the independent short comedy, Inner Kid. She has studied at the Old Vic in Bristol, England, and the Actor’s Workshop in Germany, with such luminaries as Giles Foreman, Siobhan Richardson and Michael Abts. Emily just joined the Board of the LEAP Foundation, where she is able to marry her passion for education and the arts.
Fred Pitts is excited to return to the African-American Shakespeare Company (AASC) stage where he was last seen as Shealy in August Wilson’s Jitney. Fred is a company member of AASC and Custom Made Theater in San Francisco and has worked with several theater companies throughout the Bay Area including Contra Costa Civic Theatre, Altarena Playhouse, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Hillbarn Theatre, Palo Alto Players, Pear Theatre, and Dragon Productions. Fred also has numerous film/TV/commercial credits. And the rumors are true—he is a doctor by day. Really. Much love NK!
Jon-David Randle is thrilled to be making his African-American Shakespeare Company debut. He is an actor and singer originally hailing from the DC Metropolitan Area, receiving his training at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts and Howard University where he earned his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Acting. He was last seen as Gator in the 2015 National Tour of Memphis the Musical. He would like to thank Sherri Young and L. Peter Callender for their nurturing support in helping him become a “Shakespearian” actor. He sends a special shout out to his bro, “J.V.” for the selfless acts and sacrifices that he daily makes to ensure that they both are able to keep striving towards becoming full time performing artists.
Angelia Richardson is an 11-year old from San Francisco, and is very excited to be working with African-American Shakespeare Company for another season! A sixth grader at Oakland School for the Arts (School of Dance), Angelia studies contemporary dance and ballet in addition to her general academics. Angelia is also fluent in Spanish and continues to excel in advanced Spanish classes. She was a competitive gymnast for five years, competing with American Gymnastics Club and Acro Sports. Angelia loves acting and truly has a passion for performing arts. Angelia began working with the African-American Shakespeare Company at the age of five, when she was cast as Young Cinderella. Angelia is very excited to return this year as granddaughter Shayla.
Gabriel A. Ross
Gabriel A. Ross is excited to return to African-American Shakespeare Company having recently played Flute/Thisby in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He has performed in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 15 years. Some highlights include: Antony in Julius Caesar (Silicon Valley Shakespeare); Charles/Ladvenu in St Joan (Jewel Theatre); Torvald in Doll’s House (Marin Onstage); Launcelot Gobbo in Merchant of Venice (Custom Made Theatre); Saturninus in Titus Andronicus (Renegade Theatre); and Edgar in King Lear (Festival Theatre Ensemble). He earned an MFA in Classical Acting from George Washington University/The Shakespeare Theatre Company. Last year he toured the west coast performing children’s theatre with California Theatre Center. He has appeared recently at San Francisco’s The Speakeasy and played the title role in Isaac’s Eye at Custom Made Theatre.
Kim Saunders is happy to be returning to African-American Shakespeare Company. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Marymount Manhattan College, then went on to perform at: The Nat Horne Theatre, Neighborhood Playhouse, Academy Arts Theatre Company and American Ballet Theatre at Lincoln Center and many other companies in NYC. She then ventured west to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival where she performed for 6 years. Since moving to California she has performed with: San Jose Repertory Theatre, San Jose Stage, Napa Valley Shakespeare, Western Stage and other companies around the country. Kim is a company member of Custom Made Theatre and Left Coast Theatre. She has been nominated twice by San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle for Best Female Principal as well as for Choreography. She also received a nomination from Theatre Bay Area for Choreography. Kim is a professional director and works as a teaching artist in high schools supporting teachers and the amazing students she has the privilege of working with. www.KimSaunders.net
Joshua Shaw is a 10-year-old from the Bay Area who made his debut in entertainment as the “First two-headed crossing guard” in a play by Handful Players in 2015. Since then, he’s been performing with Nitty Dupree Studio of Dance (NDSD) dancing in competitions across the country. Joshua is also a violinist, and a coach lead at his school overseeing several activities for the second year in a row. In his free time he enjoys teaching peers and younger dancers how to tumble and dance. As busy as he is, he’s an academic scholar who’s on top of his game! When Joshua grows up he’d like to be in the entertainment industry.
Virginia “Ginger” Smyly, a native San Franciscan, participated in church plays and musicals as a child. She played cello in the Denman Jr. High School-award winning orchestra. She had a bit part in the Lowell High School senior play, based on Laugh-In. At the University of California, Berkeley, Ginger was a player in the Black Community Theatre Workshop of the African American Studies Department, under the direction of Margaret Wilkerson. Of note was their production of El Hadjj Malik. She landed the coveted role of Virtue, in the University of California, Berkeley, Theatre Department’s production of the Blacks. A career in Public Health ensued, including 9 years in West Africa. Now retired, she is an active volunteer-consultant with local community agencies; dances; sings in community choruses; and enjoys San Francisco’s diverse arts and culture. This is her first performance with the African-American Shakespeare Company.
Rickey G. Soto III
Rickey Gene Soto III is an actor, singer, and dancer recently transplanted to the Bay Area from the central valley of California. Rickey is currently studying at San Francisco State University, most of his experience and training comes from his time spent at Modesto Junior College near his hometown. He is excited to be working with the African-American Shakespeare Company for the first time and hopes this will be a stepping stone to a bright future in show business.
Irease Tillman attends Gateway Middle School and is in a Japanese bilingual program. He is also a part of Nitty Dupree Studio of Dance and does music. This is Irease’s first time participating in a play outside of school.
ShawnJ West returns after an exciting run as Bottom in African-American Shakespeare Company’s (AASC) esteemed production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream preceded by two of his favorite roles, Turnbo in AASC’s production of August Wilson’s Jitney and Polixenes in The Winter’s Tale. Favorite roles include Sterling North in Permanent Collection with Piedmont Center for the Arts; Lady Percy in The Free Theatre’s Henry IV, Part I; Doucher in The Piano Lesson & George in Of Mice and Men with Role Players Ensemble Theatre; Buckingham in Richard III and Pandarus in Troilus and Cressida with Impact Theatre; Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing and Gooper in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with AASC. As well as challenging roles as Belize in Angels in America: Perestroika; Gidger in The Violet Hour; Raul in Extremities; and Robert in The Exonerated. He’s also enjoyed roles on the musical side of theatre in Grease, Guys and Dolls, West Side Story and A Chorus Line. Here’s to the journey: live, learn & pass it on. Enjoy!!!
Alison Whismore is excited to be working with the African-American Shakespeare Company for the first time. She has performed on three continents and in four languages. Before moving to California in 2011, Alison performed extensively in France with an itinerant company, specializing in interactive theatre working in collaboration with local communities. Local credits include Alonso in The Tempest, Lady Russell in Persuasion, Gertrude in Hamlet, Berthe in Boeing Boeing, and Lady Catherine in Pride and Prejudice. She just finished performing with San Francisco Shakespeare Festival’s tour of Romeo & Juliet and regularly transforms into a hippie on The Magic Bus in San Francisco. Alison holds a BA Honours in Drama from Manchester University, UK, and trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London. She is an Equity Membership Candidate and is a member of the Teaching Artists Guild. www.alisonwhismore.com
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