||Alston is a fourth year student at the University of Denver studying Theatre and Film Production. He most recently performed in the school's production of Something Wicked, a dynamic rendition of Macbeth, where he played Banquo and Macduff. He is an active practitioner of Taekwondo as well as an avid gamer and foodie. Alston is thrilled to be able to, for the first time, perform in a role that was written specifically for an Asian American.
I don't have a lot of experience writing a bio, so please let me know if there's something I can do to polish or improve it!
| Aubree Fullwood
||Aubree Fullwood has trained in dance since high school studying in styles such as: hip hop,Jazz, tap,ballet, contemporary and lyrical. She furthered her training at Santa Monica college and continued extensive training at local studios in Baltimore, Maryland and performed rigorously with a competitive hip hop dance crew. She has provided choreography and dance for many artists such as recording artist Rachel Bailey and Rachel Raye. Aubree currently choreographs for young up and coming performing artists and teaches Hip Hop and Heels at EQV Dance Studio.
| Jeffrey Rogers
||Jeffrey W. Rogers, who is playing Bob in The Difference and Strabo in Amani: The Wrath of Meroe, is joining 5280 Artist CO-OP for the first time. During 2019, he appeared in the shows Snapped on Oxygen and Florida Girls for PopTV. Jeffrey is an active member of the industry group Veterans in Media and Entertainment (VME), helping other military veterans transition to civilian life working in entertainment. He and his wife live in Denver.
||Jermal Love landed his debut and acting experience with 5280 Artist Co-op. He was originally casted to play the role of Little Red better known as light-skinned brotha in "Colorism-Breaking Chains of Complexion."
He furthered his craft at the Source Theatre Company where he starred as Sunshine in "Sisters, Sweetwater." There he was nominated as best male actor of the year.
He also lended his abilities to Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center where he used his musical talents to perform as Doctor P in "Crying Wolf."
Jermal wishes to continue his ventures in acting, while continuing to create vibrant music and coaching the game of basketball.
One of his favorite quotes is
"I'm not a businessman, I'm a business, man."
| Latifah Johnson
|| Latifah is a native Californian, who relocated to Denver from Atlanta. She was last seen in Stop Kiss, with Fearless Theatre. Previous roles include Laveau, Talking With, The Darker Face of the Earth, Longs Day’s Journey Into Night ,For Colored Girls Who Consider Suicide… To Kill A Mockingbird and recently" The Lost Ones", a film by Benjamin Rand.
| Michaela Murray
||Michaela Murray is a recent Bachelor's graduate of Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Her last 3 shows have been, Heather McNamara in Heather's at the Spark theater, Yolanda in CROWNS at the Vintage theater, and Wendy Joe in Footloose at the ABQ Little theater. She would like to thank her family for their constant support and the Directors for this awesome opportunity!
| QuiAna Ray
| Quinn Marchman
||Quinn Marchman is a co-founder and senior producer with the Black Actors Guild. This is his first time working with 5280 Artist Co-op. He is also featured in Shakespeare in the Parking Lot (DCPA), District 9 comedy, This is Nourishment (HoldtightNYC) and Skeleton Crew (Curious Theatre).
| Rav'n Moon
||Rav’n is ecstatic to be a part of 6 Plays, I night. Rav’n is a Denver Native who has roots all over the Denver Metro area with friends and family a mile hi. Rav’n feels that everyone has something beautiful and special to share with the world and her true talent is her enthusiasm and Joie de Vivre. Having performed improv at VooDoo Comedy School, just for some adult fun, she got up the courage to get up on stage and get some laughs doing stand-up comedy which gave her the courage to audition for her first play, Black Berry Love and it’s been a journey of true love ever since. She just finished Suicide, Lies and some of her credits include, Hamlet, The Itsy Bitsy Stories and Leveau and she looks forward to performing for you!
| Reggie McNair
||Reginald McNair started his dance training at Cleo Parker Robinson Dance in 2011. From 2012-2019 he was a company member of Ascential Dance Theatre Colorado led and directed by Jennifer Fagan Archer. In 2015 Reginald started his career in theater as part of the ensemble in Grease at the Pace Center in Parker, CO. Since then he’s been cast in numerous plays around the Denver metro area. During his free time, he likes to workout, be around his family and friends, choreograph and collaborate with members of his Christian dance company, and explore this beautiful state he’s been fortunate to call home for so many years.
| Scotty Shaffer
|| Scotty is honored to work with so many amazing performers and make his debut with 5280 Artist Co-op! This UNC graduate has well over 2500 professional performances since 2003. In addition to acting he's also an accomplished professional dialect coach and director. He has worked with the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse, Midtown Arts Center, and more. He is excitedly building a tiny house! Thanks for supporting local theatre!
| Seth Palmer Harris
||Seth Palmer Harris is a regular on Colorado stages, last seen around the corner at the Aurora Fox in Twist Your Dickens and, as of this writing, will next be seen in Boulder in A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Odyssey, both parts of the Colorado Shakespeare Festival. Seth was born in West Germany, raised in northwestern Minnesota, and has lived in Colorado for most of his so-called adulthood. He wishes to extend a big thanks to all of you for coming and supporting local arts and local storytellers!
| Sonsharae Tull
||Sonsharae Tull is honored to be a part of 1 Night 6 Plays. She received her degree right here in Denver from Metro State University, and has also
studied theater at Queen Mary University of London. Some of her favorite shows include “Ragtime” (Performance Now), “Mary Poppins” (Vintage),
“Hairspray” (Evergreen Players, and Performance Now), “Crowns” (Vintage), and “Avenue Q” (Stage Door). She would like to thank you for supporting the arts in Aurora.
| Stephen Harris
||With BFA and BA's in Acting and Dancing (Directing and Choreography) Stephen returns to the world of the stage after a long hiatus. Past productions include film, tv series, tv commercials and corporate industrials. Previous dance productions include credits with Bob Curtis Dance Ensemble (Europe), Dance Theatre of Harlem, Boulder Jazz Dance Company, and David Taylor Dance Theatre.
| Tamarra Nelson
||Tamarra Nelson is a Denver based actor and director, and artistic director of Philomela Productions. She is a University of Denver alumnus, with a degree in Theatre and English Literature. Her recent acting credits include Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (Philomela Productions), #BESTYOU (Pipedream Productions), and Savage in Limbo (University of Denver). When she’s not acting, she can be found directing. Her recent shows include Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (Philomela Productions) and Phone Arts (University of Denver).
| Thomas Wayoro
||I started modeling in 2015, signing with NXTMODEL and Natalie Lane Talent. I've done commercial and editorial work for many clients including the Marriot, Magnolia Pearl, and Degary magazine. I have also been involved in runway modeling throughout the Denver metro area, Los Angeles, and New Mexico. My experience in film consists of commercial work for a southern based insurance company and an independent film called "The Colored Pill.