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Thomas Brazzle PLAYWRIGHT

Thomas Brazzle is a Texas born, Atlanta based performer, producer and writer. He has produced new work with Out of Hand Theater, and had readings of his work done at the The Essential Theater, March Forth Productions and Quick Silver Theater Company. Thomas writes engaging stories highlighting marginalized communities.

'Smoked' is about what we lose in the fire, we will find again in the ashes. The brothers Joe and Jake Flint's personal relationship and business are on splintering thin ice when an investor makes a move to replace their establishment. However, with the help of the smart and savvy Michaela they try and mount a resistance, but a dark secret from the brothers' past threatens the legacy their family left them.

Kevin R. Free (Director)  For  Quicksilver: Bright Edges of the World by Shelley Fort and Monsters by Michael Mobley. Selected Directing Credits Pass Over (Marin Theatre Company); Last Ship to Proxima Centauri (Portland Stage); Last Ship to Proxima Centauri (Portland Stage); Current: Artistic Director, Mile Square Theatre; Former: Producing Artistic Director, The Fire This Time Festival (Obie Award). Actor in over 100 productions; Voice Actor of over 400 audiobooks and audio dramas, including "Welcome to NIght Vale" and Brandon Taylor's The Late Americans.

Cast of Actors
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Kevin R. Free DIRECTOR

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Pascale Armand MICHAELA

Broadway - Eclipsed (2016 Tony nominee, Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role), The Trip to Bountiful with the late Ms. Cicely Tyson. Other theater - Merry Wives, A Raisin in the Sun, Piano Lesson, Jitney, Gem of the Ocean, Ruined, The Convert {2012 LA Ovation Award, Best Leading Actress}. Film/TV - East New York,The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Chicago Med, Prodigal Son, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. QSTC core member. NYU Graduate Acting Program alumna. During the national quarantine, a reading of her solo show, $#!thole Country Clapback, became available online per request.

Broadway: (MTC/U.S Tour) Jitney, Off: (MTC) the best we could (a family tragedy), (Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3) On the Levee, (Working Theater), (Pan Asian Rep), (Ensemble Studio Theatre), (Classical Theater of Harlem) The Bacchae, The First Noel (The Public Theater) The Merry Wives of Windsor and Two Gentlemen of Verona. Regional includes productions at Mark Taper, Old Globe, Arena Stage, Seattle Rep, Pittsburgh Public, Huntington, Cincinnati Playhouse, Two River Theater, Denver Center, Williamstown Theater Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville,  Geva Theatre and others. Television credits include: “Queens”,  “FBI: Most Wanted”, “Luke Cage”, “Boardwalk Empire”, “Law & Order,” “JAG,” and “The Sopranos.”
Mr. Coats is a graduate of the UNCSA. 
Instagram Handle: abc4coats

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Brian D. Coats JAKE

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Danny Johnson DOC

Danny Johnson: Queen of the Night at Dorset Theater Festival, The Skin of Our Teeth at Berkshire Theater Festival. Mr. Johnson has also appeared at numerous theaters throughout the States including: The Goodman, The Old Globe, Steppenwolf Theater Company and Huntington Theater Company among others. Television: The Equalizer, Law & Order SVU, Daredevil, Pose, Luke Cage, Shades of Blue, Quantico, Madam Secretary, Law & Order Criminal Intent. Film: Don King Only in America, Villains, Lazy Susan among others. @trudannyjohnson

Film, Theatre, and Community Service seeds were planted early by a family immersed in Arts & Social Activism. Lucille Lortel, Two River Theatre, Folger Theatre, New Federal Theatre, National Black Theatre, Castillo Theatre, Playwrights Horizon, Algonquin Theatre, Bushwick Starr, NJ Rep, American Stage, NC Shakespeare Festival, Charlotte Rep Theatre, etc. Macbeth, Henry V, Fences, Two Trains Running, As You Like It, Christmas Carol, Blues for Mister Charlie, Miss Ever's Boys, The Exonerated, Julius Caesar, etc. Film/TV - numerous. Training: MFA Shakespeare Theatre Co/George Washington Univ.
Rep: Sovereign Talent, LA.

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Julian Robertson RODNEY

Julian Robertson Broadway: The Skin of Our Teeth, To Kill a Mockingbird, Pass Over.  Recent Juilliard graduate performing in such productions as Paradise Blue, Black Snow, Uncle Vanya and As You Like It. 2016 Young Arts Theater finalist, recipient of the Princess Grace Foundation Grace Le Vine Award. In 2022, Julian took part in the QSTC reading series. Hosted by The Billie Holiday Theatre, Julian was a cast member of Michael Mobley's play

Broadway: August: Osage County. NYC: Take What Is Yours (59E59); Alfred Kinsey: A Love Story (Michael Weller Theatre); Chicago (Signature Theatre Co); A Movie Star Has to Star in Black and White (Signature Theatre Co); Lusting After Pipino’s Wife (Primary Stages).  Regional: The Wake (Premiere Stages); True West (Two River Theater); Arms and The Man (Seaside Music Theatre); The Glass Menagerie (Yale Rep); All My Sons (Actors’ Theater Louisville); Dinner With Friends (Cleveland Playhouse); Twelfth Night and Biloxi Blues (Capital Rep). TV: “Sinking Spring” (upcoming Apple TV), “FBI: Most Wanted,” “Jessica Jones,” “The Blacklist,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Unforgettable,” “Law & Order” “Law & Order: CI,” “The Big Easy,” “Tribeca,” “As The World Turns.” Film: “American Adobo,” “Dog’s Life,” “The Search for One Eye Jimmy,” and “Johnny Suede.”  

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Wayne Maugans PATILLO

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Cezar Williams QUINN

Cezar Williams is an award-winning director. Credits include Dancing on Eggshells (Billie Holiday Theatre), Till: A Musical (American Theater Group), Mitchelville (Lean Ensemble), Sweat (Purchase Repertory Theater), The October Storm (Hudson Stage Company), Crowndation (National Black Theatre and CTG Digital Stage), The Hunting Season (Planet Connections Festivity), You Wouldn’t Expect (American Bard Theater), How To Be Safe (The Dirty Blondes Theater), Nightfall, Slow Gin Fits, Ain’t No Mo’ (The Fire This Time Festival 2013, 2014, 2016). He is the Artistic Director of the Obie Award winning Fire This Time Festival and an Adjunct Professor of Acting at SUNY Purchase College.  As a returning POCS participant, this marks Cezar's first time as an actor with QSTC.

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