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Michael Mobley is a Brooklyn-based playwright. He’s a two-time Regional Finalist for the John Cauble Award for Outstanding Short Play. His play, “Monsters” was a finalist for the Seven Devils Playwrights Conference and The Playwrights Realm’s Scratchpad Series. He has had his work supported by Atlantic Center for the Arts.


This in person reading was presented at The Billie Holiday Theatre.
It was Directed by Kevin R. Free and featured,
Julian Robertson, Jarvis Tomdio, and Hakeem Lathon Holmes.

Kevin R. Free is a multidisciplinary artist whose work as an actor, writer, director, and producer has been showcased and developed in many places, including the Moth Radio Hour; Project Y Theater; Flux Theater Ensemble; the Queerly Festival, and The Fire This Time Festival, where he served as Producing Artistic Director, winning an Obie for his work in 2015.
Kevin has recently been named the Artistic Director of Mile Square Theatre.

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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.

Jarvis Tomdio is a first generation Cameroonian-American actor from the Washington D.C. area, currently based in New York City. Stage credits include Dominique Morisseau's Pipeline at Miles Square Theater. TV credits include Ray Donovan and Emmy award winner The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.


Hakeem Lathon Holmes is a Harlem-based actor from New Orleans. Some of his credits include a Quick Silver Theater Company staged reading of a new play Minding Miss Mae Mae (Adirondack Theatre Festival), Three Sisters
(Columbia U Stages), Julius Caesar (NYU), We The People a devised piece (NYU).
After graduating with a BFA in Drama from NYU Tisch, he went on to work for Vanity Fair, ESSENCE, and Ava DuVernay/ARRAY.

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