LATOYA CAMERON* (Ensemble) cannot express how thrilled she is to be a part of this production! This show has significantly changed her life. To say it is a dream show is making light of how this story has forever impacted her. Then on top of that, to share the stage once again with her older sister and close friends, whom she considers family, feels like a gift at the end of such a difficult two years. You might have seen her last in SLAC's world premiere production of Four Women Talking About the Man Under the Sheet. Other SLAC productions: Egress (Reading - New Play Sounding Series), form of a girl unknown, The Cake, Stupid F***ing Bird, and R+J: Star Cross'd Death Match. Other local theatres: Carleton Bluford's The Clean-Up Project, Go Home Come Back (Virtual Reading), Singing to the Brine Shrimp, A Version of Events, Ruff!, Different = Amazing (Plan-B Theatre Company), Rocky Horror Show (2015 & 2016), Elf, the musical, A Raisin in the Sun (Reading), Rent (Pioneer Theatre Company), Henry V, Much Ado, As You Like It, Shakespeare in Love, Mary Poppins, Treasure Island, Fiddler on the Roof, Greenshow (Utah Shakespeare Festival). Regional Theatre: Pulp Verite (Virtual Reading with The Playwrights' Center), A Christmas Carol (Denver Center of the Performing Arts, 2016-2018), Shelter, the musical (New York Musical Theater Festival). Along with acting, off stage, she advocates for inclusivity and diversity for the arts. She has been working as SLAC's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Dramaturg to continue to make SLAC a more safe and welcoming place for BIPOC and historically excluded artists and community members.
"My favorite quote in the show is, 'Art heals man! When we are in the presence of Art, we are taking the cure. And that is revolutionary.' So don't be afraid to get up and celebrate this journey with us and take the cure because it's alright! This show goes out to my love, Tyson, and my Mom, who reminds me that only love is real."