Archives: Staff Members

Nikki Toombs

Nikki Toombs is a notable American playwright, director, actress, and producer who hails from the “Magic City” of Birmingham, Alabama. She has authored eight plays, has directed 40+ productions, and

Emorja Roberson

Emorja Roberson is the Assistant Professor of Music and African American Studies at Oxford College of Emory University. He recently performed as the baritone soloist for Brahms’ Requiem at with

Victor Jackson

Born in Atlanta and raised in College Park, GA, Victor Jackson has worked in entertainment for more than 15 years. As a choreographer and creative director, Victor has worked with

Elisabeth Omilami

Elisabeth Williams Omilami is a multifaceted performer whose talents extend across various artistic platforms. Born with a natural inclination towards storytelling and expression, Elisabeth embarked on her journey into the

Latrice Pace

Over 20 years of theatre works, including Shakin’ the Rafters Gut Bucket Blues and The Wiz with Tony Award-winning Director Kenny Leon. Jesus Christ Superstar Gospel with Tony Award-winning theater company, The Alliance Theatre, What’s

Cedric Pendleton

CEDRIC PENDLETON, a force to be reckoned with, has reached the pinnacle of his career as an actor, producer, and creative executive. With an unrivaled talent and an undeniable charm,

Lawrence Flowers

LAWRENCE FLOWERS joins this cast having most recently performed as Jimmy Early in Dreamgirls at Lone Tree Arts Center in Lone Tree, CO. Other theatre credits include: Joseph in Joseph

Galen J. Williams

Galen J. Williams is an Atlanta native, multi-hyphenate artist as an actor, writer, singer, dancer and acting coach. As a graduate of Tri-Cities High School VPA Magnet Program, Howard University’s

Trajan Clayton

Trajan Clayton is an artist capable of many things. Born and raised right here in Georgia, he has been acting (a fool) ever since he discovered the gift of laughter.

Courtnie Mack-Wheeler

Courtnie is a native of Jackson, Mississippi. She has previously been an acting student of both New Stage Theater in Jackson, Mississippi and the Gloria Gifford Conservatory for the Performing