Tuesday, April 3, 2018

THE ORANGE LILY by Dymon Taylor Davis - Creative Team

THE ORANGE LILY Written & Directed by Dymon Taylor Davis
Time:  The present.                                                      
Place:  Living Room/Kitchen.
Characters in Order of Appearance
Woman ..........................Ava McCoy
Man.................................Kar Logan

Who’s Who
Kar Logan (Man) is an actor known for his work in the Cannes Festival selected short film "Beyond All" and the hit Amazon Prime digital series "Situationships." A skilled and talented screenwriter, his writing credits include the murder mystery film "5KNIVES" the dating web series "Situationships" and the upcoming series "Wingmen." Having moved to Brooklyn, NY from Prince Georges County, MD, Kar has made a name for himself within the New York film space, with roles ranging from "The Knick" and HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" to more independent films and stage plays with the Afrikan Women's theater.

Ava McCoy (Woman) is a native of Glenn Dale, Maryland; Ava is alum of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and also holds a B.S in Dramatic Arts; Film and Television Production from St John’s University. Her credits include Classical Theater of Harlem’s: The Three Musketeers (Richard Rogers Amphitheater), Dreamgirls (St. John's University), and Yellow Card, Red Card (AADA). She also spent six years as a member of AfroModa Theatre Dance Company.

Dymon Taylor Davis (Playwright & Director) was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. Dymon graduated from both The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and Saint John’s University with a B.S in Dramatic Arts, Film and Television. The Orange Lily is her directorial debut. She would like to thank her family and friends for all of their love and support and her college professor, Dr. Rex Thomas for his brilliant Playwrighting 101 course.

Najee A. Brown (Light/Sound Operator) can be described as nothing else than a young entrepreneur. After starting his media company, Mindlezz Thoughtz, in 2011 they have helped provide numerous of the proper resources to aspiring artists. In addition to running his own media and arts company, Najee Brown also produces his own music, he writes, directs and has danced on every stage from the Apollo to Carnegie Hall. With Mindlezz Thoughtz, he plans to create not only one of the largest media and arts companies known internationally but a company that also focuses on inspiring and uplifting young people worldwide.

Series C:  Sat, May 19th @ 1pm & Sun, May 20th @ 3:30pm

THE GOOD SEEDS By Lauren Andrews
Featuring:  Marissa M. Miller & Mike Heslin
A thought-provoking yet humorous insight into married life and the modern age.

THE ORANGE LILY By Dymon Taylor Davis
When you say you love me, do you really mean it?
A man and woman fall in love.  Everything is like a movie until the woman becomes pregnant.  The man is not ready to be a father and wants nothing to do with the woman. The woman has to decide between her baby and her husband.

By Ajinkya Desai
We are very willing to stereotype South Asians as nerds, fearful of artistic risk-taking.  However, we forget that most brown people have limited scope to pursue their artistic dreams.

The Strawberry One-Act Festival May 16, 2018 – May 27, 2018
At Theatre 54 @ Shetler Studios
244 West 54th Street, 12th Floor, NYC
Between 7th & 8th Avenue
Trains: B,D or E to 7th Avenue.  #1 train to 50th Street.

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