New Voices in Black Cinema Film Festival 2017
An actors Roundtable Discussion and Q&A
Please join us as these rising stars candidly share some of their trials,
tributions and triumphs in developing their craft and business
while taking their game to the next level.
Saturday April 29, 2017
Call Time: 2:00
Wrap Time: 4:00
Budget: $10.00 online (More and)
Set Location: A.R.T New York / South Oxford Space
138 South Oxford Street, 2nd Fl
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(Closest train if the C to Lafayette Ave. The G to Fulton is nearby and the Atlantic Center/Barclay Station (2,3,4,5,D,N,Q, and R) is blocks away)
Dorian Missick was born on January 15, 1976 in East Orange, New Jersey, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for Southland (2009), Lucky Number Slevin (2006) and Big Words (2013). He has been married to Simone Missick since February 19, 2012.
Rob Morgan caught the acting bug after seeing himself in the movie Contact opposite Jodie Foster. Saying lines he improved on the spot and were ultimately used to tell the story of Jodie's character. From there he had to have it. Started out in theater in NYC and has transitioned into TV and film with over 50 IMDB credits. Pariah, Full Circle, Anesthesia, Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete and Steps are some feature films he's worked in with TV roles on Daredevil, Believe, The Knick, Person of Interest, 30 Rock, Law and Order and Blue Bloods.
Dominique is a TV, Film, and Stage actress, Playwright, and Spoken Word Poet from Brooklyn, East NY. She will be making her film
debut as "Angel"(the lead) in the independent feature Night Comes On directed by Jordana Spiro. TV credits include; HBO's Show Me a Hero, Blue Bloods, Royal Pains, and a series regular role as “Darlene” on HBO's The Deuce. Theater includes touring original work at the White House and the Chicago Theatre, as well other venues around the world. She is also the writer and performer of her own original one-woman show, Subverted, which was nominated for an Innovative Theater Award for Outstanding Solo Performance. Dom is currently a playwright in residence at Abingdon Theatre and is working on a romantic screenplay, Gwendolyn and Sekou.
Russell G. Jones
Russell has been a member of The Labyrinth Theater Company since 1995. A multi-disciplined theater maker he has worked in NYC for over two decades as director, teaching artist, facilitator and moderator. He is an OBIE, Auldeco, BTAA, NAACP Theater and SAG Award winning actor. Theater Credits: The Surgeon and Her Daughters (Cherry Lane), King Liz (Second Stage Uptown), Father Comes Home From The Wars Parts 1,2 &3 (The Public/Mark Taper Forum), The Call (Playwrights Horizons), When The Lights Went Out (New York Stage and Film), The Whipping Man (The Cleveland Play House), Ruined (MTC/Geffen/Intiman/Goodman), Our Lady of 121st Street (Labyrinth/Union Square Theater), In Arabia We'd All Be Kings (Labyrinth Theater Company)
Rosalyn Coleman is an actor with numerous Broadway, Film and Television credits. As a director, her film projects have appeared on several stations nationally and in film festivals all around the world.
A passionate educator, Rosalyn is one of the most sought after acting coaches in New York, she created “audition power tools” and “zoom in acting”, the on line, on camera acting class designed to lift the actors craft and position them to book more work.
She is currently coaching Sundance directors on for their sophomore projects for Cinereach, creating custom workshops and programs to meet the needs of each director.
Roz continues to work as an actor: Recent appearances include Blue Bloods, Rose in August Wilson Documentary, and in the feature film Evolution of a criminal. Next up, catch her on the CBS show “Bull". A Yale School of Drama graduate, Rosalyn is Chief Creative Officer at Red Wall Productions, a film production company that she runs with her husband, Craig T. Williams, they are developing 3 TV pilots and 2 feature film projects.www.redwallproductions.com
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