by Mykai Eastman
directed by Michaela Thomas
Friday, January 29 | 8p
Brooklyn: 1994. Miss Education follows the story of Roxanne Waters. Art teacher by day, activist by night. Torn between the commitments to her personal life and her public demonstrations, everything she stands for is put to the test when a blind date takes a very unexpected turn.
Roxanne Waters: Jasmine Harris
Melissa Woods: Alaysia Duncan
Jay Adams: Jedonn Bell
Scott Williams: Jack Richardson
Belinda Roth: Holly Adams
Stage Directions: Deletris Bryant
(Playwright): Mykai is dedicated to creating art that includes stories demanding to be told. He has a BA in Theatre Studies from The University of Tampa. Through a wide variety of theatrical training, he uses his skills as: an actor to be able to direct on a personal level, a technician to communicate and execute necessary designs, and a playwright to faithfully enact the given circumstances of a script.
(Director): Michaela Thomas is a recent 2020 graduate of the University of Tampa where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree with a minor in Journalism. This is Michaela’s 4th directorial project and she couldn’t be more excited to work on this project. She is extremely proud to be art of a workshop opportunity like this and hopes that everyone enjoys. If you want to keep up with Michaela and her endeavors she can be found on Instagram @moremichaela and YouTube @ Michaela Thomas.