Shall We Resumé?

Artist Statement

 I believe that art and activism go hand in hand. Art, in all its forms, has the power to reflect, enhance, and transform the human condition. Art should be accessible to all and should first serve the community from which it emerges.

Education

NYU Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY — MFA Dramatic Writing — May 2015

University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC — BA Theatre — December 2008

Theatrical Experience

PLAYWRIGHT

Muva Death(excerpt)
March 2017 – Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, NY, NY

Muva Death
March 2017 – Amoralist Theatre Company – Wright Club NY, NY

America v. 2.1 The Sad Demise … of The American Negro
January 2017 – The Fire This Time Festival, Kraine Theatre, NY, NY

Kiss My Black Angst 2

October 2016 – On Q Performing Arts Inc., Charlotte, NC

The Black Jew Thing
September 2016 (workshop) – Mosaic Theater, Washington, DC

As Is: Conversations with Big Black Women in Confined Spaces
September 2016 (reading) – The Brooklyn Generator, New York, NY

Summer ’89: Prelude
June 2016 – The Fade To Black Festival, Houston, TX

Aren’t We ALL Animals?
May 2016 – The New Ohio Theater #1MPF, New York, NY

The Danger: A Homage To Strange Fruit.
April 2016 (Goldberg Prize Reading) – NYU Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY

Slavesperience
January 2016 – The Fire This Time Festival, New York, NY

Igniting The Alabaster YOU!
November 2015 (reading) – The Bushwick Starr, Brooklyn, NY

The Black Jew Thing
December 2015 – TheatreLab, New York, NY

Public Good
May 2015 –Workshop – A collaborative theatrical exploration of The North Carolina   Eugenics Board  — Actors Theater of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

The Danger: A Homage To Strange Fruit.
April 2015 (thesis reading) – NYU Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY

My Pet
June 2014 (production) – Fade to Black Festival Houston, TX
March 2014 (reading) Festival of New Works NYU Tisch School of the Art – New York, NY

The Social NetWorth
October 2013 (production) – On Q Performing Arts Inc. – Charlotte, NC

Priapus Pie: An American Tragedy
May 2013 (stage reading) – On Q Performing Arts Inc. – Charlotte, NC

DIRECTOR

K.M.B.A. 2 Conceived of by Stacey Rose
October 2016 – On Q Performing Arts Inc., Charlotte, NC

Fabulation or The Re-Education of Undine by Lynn Nottage
June 2011 -On Q Performing Arts Inc. – Charlotte, NC

K.M.B.A.: Kiss My Black Angst by Stacey Rose
February 2012 -On Q Performing Arts Inc. – Charlotte, NC

Television Experience

Writers Assistant/Script Coordinator
                                                 She’s Gotta Have It (The Series) – Netflix                                               June 2016 – Present

Film Experience

SCREENWRITER

The Perceptions Project: Fun – December 2014
The Perceptions Project: Peace – July 2014
The Perceptions Project: Hate – July 2014
Cami Gets Voca – August 2014

DIRECTOR

The Perceptions Project: Peace – July 2014
The Perceptions Project: Hate – July 2014

PRODUCER

The Perceptions Project: Fun – December 2014
The Perceptions Project: Peace – July 2014
The Perceptions Project: Hate – July 2014

Awards/Recognition

Many Voices Fellow 2017-18
Playwrights Center

Goldberg Prize for Dramatic Writing 2015-16
Play – The Danger: A Homage To Strange Fruit. NYU Tisch School of the Arts –  Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing

Dramatists Guild Fellow 2015-16
The Dramatists Guild of America

Princess Grace Fellowship Semi – Finalist – 2015
Play – The Danger: A Homage To Strange Fruit – The Princess Grace Foundation

Outstanding Writing for Stage (Grad) –  2015
NYU Tisch School of the Arts

Fusion Film Festival Finalist – 2015
Half Hour Pilot – Up-and-Coming – NYU Tisch School of the Arts

NYU TSOA Future Screenwriter Fellowship – 2013-2015 NYU Tisch School of the Arts

AAUW Career Development Grantee, 2014-2015
American Association of University Women

Grey Gallery Dramatic Writing Prize, 2013
NYU Grey Gallery & The Studio Museum of Harlem

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