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Alric Davis
Alric Davis

Alric Davis holds a B.F.A. from Howard University with a concentration in Musical Theatre and Playwriting. His original play Different, Damaged, Damned garnered positive reviews at the 2016 Capitol Fringe Festival in Washington D.C. after being chosen as a winner of the Houston Young Playwrights Exchange at the Alley Theatre in 2013. He is an adjunct instructor for Main Street Theatre, 4th Wall Theatre, Stages Theatre’s Young Actors Conservatory and the Founding Artistic Director of The Sankofa Collective (formerly known as The Bayou Theatre Company) here in Houston, Texas. Since its conception in 2013, The Bayou Theatre Company has successfully produced three Houston premieres, garnered 7 Broadway World Awards and offered positive and thought-provoking pre-professional and professional artistic opportunities to at-risk youth and adults within the greater Houston area.


Alric Davis has always been driven by community and the age-old tradition of
preserving history through the power of words and movement. Since 2013, he has
served as the Founding Artistic Director of The Sankofa Collective, a non-profit theatre
organization in his hometown Houston, Texas with the purpose to expose, educate and
enrich the lives of at-risk communities of color to theatre. He holds a B.F.A. from
Howard University with a concentration in Musical Theatre and Playwriting. He is also
freelance performer, director, theatre critic and adjunct instructor in
acting, playwriting, slam poetry, choreography and acting. Some of his favorite directing
credits are Eclipsed, Miss Evers Boys, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Wiz, Passing
Strange, Marie Antoinette, Next to Normal. Heavily inspired by the works of multi-
hyphenates Jordan Peele, Debbie Allen and August Wilson, he is drawn to work that is equal-parts thought-provoking, communal,
entertaining and visceral.

Audrey Morabito
Audrey Morabito

Audrey Morabito has been in the audience of the Houston theatre scene for over sixteen years, thanks to her parents' love of the arts. Once a starstruck five year old, enthralled with Starlight Express and Cathy Rigby's Peter Pan, Audrey recently graduated with a BFA in Playwriting & Dramaturgy from the University of Houston, with minors in Business Administration and Leadership Studies. Instagram: @audreymorabito

Brett Cullum
Brett Cullum

Brett Cullum has been part of the Houston and Memphis Theatre scenes for several decades now. He's been seen on community theatre and professional stages in several cities including Playhouse 1960, Theatre Suburbia, Stages, the Alley Theatre, Theatre Memphis, Circuit Playhouse, and Playhouse on the Square. Brett has been a movie critic and blogger as well for DVD where he published over 1,000 reviews of feature films. He has been a reviewer for Broadway World for the last five years! 

Christian Gill
Christian Gill

Christian Gill - A native Houstonian and aspiring theatre maker, Christian Gill graduated from the University of Houston with a BFA in Playwriting and Dramaturgy. His theatrical pursuits led him to work at various Houston Theatres while being a fan of all of them. Most recently he joined Rec Room Writers, a writers group located in downtown Houston. With the resurrection of the American Theatre incoming, Christian hopes to create some great art very soon.

Miranda Keating
Miranda Keating

Miranda has been a performing arts fanatic for as long as she can remember! Born and raised in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, she started performing with her local civic theater at the age of 8, and she has pursued her passion for the performing arts ever since. Miranda additionally adores teaching as much as she enjoys performing, and she has been teaching music lessons, dance classes, and theatre programs for years. In the spring of 2020, she graduated with Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Musical Theatre and Theatre Performance from North Central College in Naperville, IL. Miranda is now pursuing an M.A. in Theatre Studies at the University of Houston in order to teach at the collegiate level, and she is incredibly excited to get to know the booming theatre scene in Houston! When she is not in a classroom or on a stage, she enjoys hanging out with friends, going to the gym, or watching her favorite TV shows of all time: "Friends", "New Girl", and "Seinfeld”.