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  • Joaquina Kalukango

    Joaquina Kalukango (Nelly Freeman) received a 2020 Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play for her performance as Kaneisha in the critically acclaimed Broadway production of Slave Play. For that production, she also received an Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Actress and Broadway.com listed her as one of the top five performers (male or female) of the year.
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  • Gabrielle McClinton

    Gabrielle McClinton (Angelina Baker) originated the role of Angelina Baker in the world premiere of Paradise Square at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Gabrielle recently starred as the Leading Player in the Australian debut of Pippin after playing the role on Broadway & 1st National Tour. BFA Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. www.GabrielleM.com
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  • Sidney DuPont

    Sidney DuPont (Washington Henry) is humbled to bring this character and powerful story to the stage. DuPont was last seen in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical on Broadway, as well as the 1st National Tour and Australian Company. Some other favorite National Tours include Memphis: The Musical and A Chorus Line. You can continue to follow Sidney’s journey on Instagram: @SidneyDuPont.
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  • Moisés Kaufman

    Moisés Kaufman (Director) is the founder and artistic director of Tectonic Theater Project, a Tony- and Emmy- nominated director and playwright, and a 2015 recipient of the National Medal of Arts. His play The Laramie Project (which he wrote with the Tectonic Theater Project company) is among the most performed plays in America. Kaufman also co-wrote and directed the HBO film adaptation of “The Laramie Project,” which received two Emmy Award nominations.
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  • Masi Asare

    Masi Asare (Lyrics) is a composer, lyricist, and playwright. Masi won the inaugural Billie Burke Ziegfeld Award for a woman composer of musicals, as well as awards for composition and lyrics from the O’Neill Center, a Theater Hall of Fame Emerging Artist Grant, and the Stacey Mindich “Go Write A Musical” Lilly Award. She is assistant professor of theatre at Northwestern University. www.masiasare.com
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  • Garth H. Drabinsky

    Garth H. Drabinsky (Producer) is the only Canadian to have achieved international success in almost every facet of the entertainment business. Mr. Drabinsky has been devoted to the restoration and historic preservation of North America’s most acclaimed theatres, including the Pantages in Toronto, the Lyric and Apollo Theatres in New York and the Oriental (now Nederlander) Theater in Chicago. A recipient of two Honorary Doctorate Degrees.
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  • A.J. Shively

    A.J. Shively (Owen Duignan). Broadway: Bright Star (Drama Desk Nomination); La Cage aux Folles. National Tour: Bright Star; The Sound of Music. Off Broadway/New York: February House (The Public); Brigadoon (Irish Rep); The Suitcase Under the Bed (Mint); Unlock’d (Prospect); A Contemporary American’s Guide to a Successful Marriage (Cherry Lane). Training: University of Michigan; RADA. www.ajshively.com
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  • Chilina Kennedy

    Chilina Kennedy (Annie O’Brien) recently played Elle in the one-woman play The Human Voice (filmed for Toronto’s Ontario International College) and starred as Dina in the International Tour of The Band’s Visit opposite Sasson Gabay (Toronto Theatre Critics’ Award). She is also the Artistic Producer of Toronto’s Eclipse Theatre Company. www.chilinakennedy.com
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  • Nathaniel Stampley

    Nathaniel Stampley (Rev. Samuel Jacob Lewis). Broadway: Cats, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, The Color Purple (original and revival), The Lion King (Broadway, West End). He is a Lunt-Fontanne Fellow (Ten Chimneys Foundation) www.nathanielstampley.com
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  • Larry Kirwan

    Larry Kirwan (Book, Music, Conceiver, Arranger) was born in Wexford, Ireland and lives in New York City. He was leader of Black 47 for 25 years during which the political rock band played 2,500 gigs, released 16 albums and appeared on Leno, Letterman, O’Brien, Fallon and every major US TV show. A political activist, he is an Irish Echo columnist and celebrity host of Celtic Crush on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. He was president of Irish American Writers & Artists for five years.
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