CHRISTINE CAMPBELL* (Kinshasa) Actress, Singer, and Storyteller portrayed Kinshasa in a reading of Chasing Heaven at LaMaMa in 2010, and in the production at Metropolitan Playhouse in January 2011. She is a winner of two Vivian Robinson Audelco Awards for Excellence in Black Theatre (1999, Best Supporting Actress, Tracy S. Wilson's Exhibit #9; 2000, Best Lead Actress, Judi Ann Mason's Indigo Blues). Christine sparkled as Gretchen in Goethe's Faust at LaMaMa, E.T.C. and is an original ensemble member of Joseph Papp's Black/Hispanic Shakespeare Company. Films: Crossing Delancey and Spike Lee's Joe's Bed-Stuy Barbershop: We Cut Heads.
DANIEL CARLTON* (The Curator) is an actor, writer, storyteller, teaching artist whose work has been seen locally, nationally, and internationally. NYC debut in Paul Carter Harrison's Blues Operetta' Anchorman. Other notable credits include The Meeting (Malcolm X), Dreaming In Tounges (LAByrinth Theater Co.), The Children Of War Theatre Project Tour. Playwright: Shelter: Refugees Of the American Dream, Laughing Matters (Theatre Workshop Company, Glasgow) The Venus Play (Johannesburg, South Africa). Memories Of Self - a seven- character solo show based on the lives of free African Americans in Brooklyn, commissioned by the Weeksville Historical Society, has been presented onsite and by New Perspectives Theater Company. Authored and played several characters in A Block Of Time: Pigfoot Mary Says Goodbye To The Harlem Renaissance presented at The Metropolitan Playhouse.
GREG HORTON* (Gerwitz, Head of Foundation) most recently appeared as Mr. Bumble in Oliver! at Gallery Players. Other favorite roles include: The Lecturer, Reefer Madness; Buddy Fidler, City of Angels; Ko-Ko, Singapore Mikado, (2006 IT Award, Outstanding Actor in a Lead Role); The Boss in Sideshow, The Chairman in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (2004 OOBR Award) and Adult Male in Prospect Theater's Off-Broadway hit With Glee. As always, for Roxann.
LINDA KURILOFF* (Velma, Lolly, Mama) South African-born actor and writer Linda Kuriloff is a graduate of Yale School of Drama and Howard University. Ms. Kuriloff enjoyed a yearlong run of her solo show Linda Means to Wait off-off Broadway in New York City. Theatre credits include the New York Shakespeare Festival, Yale Rep, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Kennedy Center, Long Wharf, Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, Theatre for a New Audience, Crossroads, and Actors Theatre of Louisville. Film credits include Down to Earth with Chris Rock, Everyone Says I Love You written and directed by Woody Allen, and Angie with Geena Davis. Television credits, include "One Life to Live" and "All My Children."