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Chamallie Lavida Singh is a New York-based artist who received her BA in Theatre Arts and Political Science. She is an actress, singer-songwriter, producer and director. She has collaborated and created independent projects in film and theatre. Her theatre credits include performing in the devised play Who Could Have Predicted?based on the impact of COVID 19 on communities of color. Also, she directed Jitney,Arms and the Manand a student One-Act play festival, Elite,produced at City College of New York. In addition, she worked as an actress and writer for the short independent film Unspeakable. As an artist, she is dedicated to using theatre as a platform to facilitate community-driven change to highlight and provoke consciousness around injustices that plague our society and environment. She believes in cultivating her personal experience as an activist and utilizing it to create music and stories to bring life to the world through theatre and film.
...is a UK based actor and producer. She has has been working with the Neo-Political Cowgirls for over 5 years on multiple productions including; “EVE”, “Hysteria”, “B(ə)rd”, “Andromeda”and countless others. Her favourite TV and film credits include: Cassette, The Audition, BBC's MIHigh and The Crash, Pokerface, The Appointment, Playtime, Etoile, No Mean City, Written and Transette Care. Her theatre background includes; 'Traveling While Black', ‘Gruff’, ’Nice T!ts’, ‘The Underpants’, ’A View from the Bridge’, 'Kiss Me Kate', ‘Old Haunts’ and ‘Annie’. She has most recently finished filming for Alan Moore’s The Show. www.hollybethgourlay.com
...is a theatre-maker, educator, and East Hampton native. She is also a former student of Kate Mueth. Dana is currently pursuing a BFA in Theatre Education at Emerson College. Her theatre credits include devised works such as “Home: A Playmaking Piece” and “What Moves Us,” both produced at Emerson College. She served as stage manager for “Stop Kiss” which was presented by Flawless Brown, an artistic collective and sisterhood exclusively for self identifying women and nonbinary people of color. She has also worked as an actress and producer for short films “Customer Effort” and “Once Upon a Time in 2006,” both written and directed by Nick Pucci. Dana is currently the host of “Can I Get You a Drink,” a podcast where she invites her friends to tell stories of love, life, and the arts. Dana’s focus is in creating work with love and social justice in mind.