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Black Artists’ Voices 3

Posted on September 11, 2020

Ghost Light Chronicles, vol. 13

Ghost Light Chronicles, vol. 13: Host Atim Udoffia (Actor, Director, Teaching Artist) talks with Judith Moreland (Director, Actor, Teacher), and Adrian Roberts (Actor), to discuss their experiences with the performing arts industry in Sacramento and beyond.


Atim Udoffia
Host, Actor, Director, Teaching Artist
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Atim Udoffia is an actor, director and teaching artist working in theatre, film and video. Recent acting credits include MACBETH (Sacramento Theatre Company), THE ROYALE (Aurora Theatre Company), ZENITH (SF Playhouse), THE TEMPEST (Sacramento Theatre Company) and DISGRACED (Capital Stage). In 2018 she received accolades for her directorial debut with OTHELLO at Big Idea Theatre and followed that with a staged reading of THE DRILL at Capital Stage. Atim holds a cross-disciplinary degree in Human Biology from Stanford University. After completing the post-graduate program at the London and International School of Acting, she studied for several years with Judith Weston in Los Angeles. Atim currently teaches Shakespeare to middle school and high school students at the East Bay Center for Performing Arts.


Judith Moreland
Director, Actor, Teacher

Judith Moreland directed BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY and AN OCTOROON at Cap Stage. She’s also directed at The Road Theatre (North Hollywood), The Blank Theatre (Hollywood) and at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television where she teaches acting. As an actor her film and television credits include Aftermath, Dark Skies, Blackish, Grey’s Anatomy, NCIS, Parks and Recreation, and recurring roles on Bosch and Animal Kingdom. She’s worked with many theater companies including the New York Shakespeare Festival, Playwrights Horizons, Ensemble Studio Theater/LA, Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles, and was a company member of San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theater for many years.


Adrian Roberts
Actor

Adrian Roberts has been an actor for over 25 years. He is a graduate of the American Conservatory Theater MFA program. Has done many shows around the country, Bay Area, and Sacramento. Credits at Capital Stage include FIRST PERSON SHOOTER, JESUS HOPPED THE ‘A’ TRAIN, and HOW TO USE A KNIFE.


Black Artists’ Voices 2

Posted on July 31, 2020

Ghost Light Chronicles, vol. 12

Local artists Atim Udoffia (Actor, Director, Teaching Artist), Imani Mitchell (Actor, Director, Writer), and James R. Ellison, III (Actor) discuss their experiences with the performing arts industry in Sacramento.


Atim Udoffia
Actor, Director, Teaching Artist
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Atim Udoffia is an actor, director and teaching artist working in theatre, film and video. Recent acting credits include MACBETH (Sacramento Theatre Company), THE ROYALE (Aurora Theatre Company), ZENITH (SF Playhouse), THE TEMPEST (Sacramento Theatre Company) and DISGRACED (Capital Stage). In 2018 she received accolades for her directorial debut with OTHELLO at Big Idea Theatre and followed that with a staged reading of THE DRILL at Capital Stage. Atim holds a cross-disciplinary degree in Human Biology from Stanford University. After completing the post-graduate program at the London and International School of Acting, she studied for several years with Judith Weston in Los Angeles. Atim currently teaches Shakespeare to middle school and high school students at the East Bay Center for Performing Arts.


Imani Mitchell
Actor, Director, Writer
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www.iamfilmstudios.com

Imani Mitchell was born and raised in Sacramento, CA. She has been acting for over 20 years and her most recent performance was ‘Morris’ in Capital Stage’s production of THE NETHER. Recently, Imani founded her film company I AM Studios with the mission to create compelling and unique works that primarily feature actors of color. Her first feature film, “Whirlpool”, will be finished for release in Fall 2020.


James R. Ellison, III
Actor

James R. Ellison, III is a natural born entertainer. Since the age of four he knew that by performing he could touch lives and inspire. James has done plays, stand-up comedy, improv, and local films all over southern and northern California. Recently seen as Junior in Capital Stage’s production of BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY. Other credits include Martin Luther King, Jr. in THE MOUNTAINTOP at Celebration Arts and Evan in the Capital Stage production of SWEAT.


CELEBRATION ARTS LIVE

Storytelling is rooted in many cultures and originates from African Diaspora traditions. This series presents a variety of engaging tales with host, James Ellison, III. You be the judge of which are fact and which are fiction. Every first Saturday of the month.

August 1st Featured Storyteller: PETRI HAWKINS-BYRD

You know him as the bailiff on the Judge Judy show. You’ve seen him on tv, now watch Petri Hawkins-Byrd uncensored with Celebration Arts as a guest storyteller.

Saturday, August 1 at 5:00 pm

Black Artists’ Voices

Posted on June 27, 2020

Ghost Light Chronicles, vol. 8

Local artists Atim Udoffia (Actor, Director, Teaching Artist), James Wheatley (Teacher, Director Celebration Arts), and Omari Tau (Artistic Director Rogue Music Project, Professor of Voice Cosumnes River College) discuss their experiences with the performing arts industry in Sacramento.