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Friday and Saturday Evenings at 8pm

January 27 - February 4

A salon-style performance of selected works from the most widely published female playwright of the Harlem Renaissance

All tickets $24

Pay-what-you-will preview and May Miller birthday celebration Thursday, January 26

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Director and Moderator:

Mari is an interdisciplinary artist who got her start as a dancer at her family's dance school, Flair Dance and Modeling Studio, where she studied dance, etiquette, and modeling; taught classes in dance, acting, and modeling; and co-managed the business alongside her mother and grandmother, who started the family business in 1968. Mari is proficient in tap, modern, and jazz dance styles. She has a BFA in Theatre from Morgan State University and an MFA in Dance from The University of the Arts.

Stage Manager:

Amy is delighted to be both Stage Manager and Stage Direction Reader for Fells Point Corner Theatre’s An Evening of May Miller. Multitasking comes naturally to her; she’s majoring in both Theatre Arts and Accounting at Morgan State University. Most recently, Amy served as Production Stage Manager for Morgan’s production of Antigone. She also performed several roles and provided the female voiceovers in Morgan’s production of Magic City Massacre. She’s looking forward to graduation in spring 2024.

Barbara Madison Hauck

Barbara is mostly a performer around Baltimore. Select credits include Marie Antoinette in Marie Antoinette and the Magical Negroes, Alais in Lion in Winter, Edward/Betty in Caryl Churchill's Cloud 9, Ruth in Blithe Spirit, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, and the other Boleyn girl (Mary) in Anne of the Thousand Days. Barbara studied at the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin and holds a BFA in Acting from UMBC. She is currently the Artistic Director at FPCT. Barbara is, as ever, wildly grateful to all her collaborators for their patience, trust, and brilliance.


Jalen Bond 

s a freshman attending Morgan State University studying Theater Arts. He started acting in high school with prominent roles in many productions. He is most notable in his latest role as The Chorus in Theatre Morgan’s Antigone. He is extremely excited to be part of this amazing project..

Kayah Calhoun

is a sophomore Theatre Arts major at Morgan State University. She was born and raised in Baltimore City and attended the Baltimore School for the Arts with a focus on acting. She has been in productions like Beauty and the Beast Jr as Lumiere, Magic City Massacre as A.J Smitherman, and most recently Antigone as Bartender/Chorus, directed by Ms. Mari Travis. Stage acting has always been a passion for Kayah, but she wants to expand her experience and try other aspects of theatre/acting. She hopes to one day direct a play she wrote herself, inspired by the ones who have given her these fantastic opportunities.

Michal Roxie Johnson

(Roxie) is a writer, actress, singer/songwriter, producer hailing from Baltimore, MD. Roxie first trained with Baltimore Improv Group before collaboratively forming an indie troupe. She went on to launch AMillionMees Productions in 2012. She now has over ten years experience in theater & film including commercials and voice work. Her credits include “Tears of the Soul,” “Bully,” “Pharaoh: The Female King,” “Witness for the Prosecution,” “Jitney,” “East Texas Hot Links'' as well as the award-winning web series, ”Toll Booth” and NYC-based “195 Lewis.” Roxie is committed to the authentic portrayal of human experiences.

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Tiffany Ginyard

is a healing artist, storyteller, and proud daughter of West Baltimore.  A self-proclaimed renaissance woman, Ginyard, 38, values storytelling as a catalyst for individual and collective healing. Her life path so far has led her into the homes of youth and families as a behavioral healthcare worker; behind the editor’s desk of the Afro-American Newspapers and the Baltimore Times; through the hallways of Baltimore City Schools as an educator, and to service opportunities at grassroots organizations serving youth, families, and marginalized populations in Baltimore. Since 2009, she has served as chief inspirational officer of The F.L.Y. Girl Network, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to being a catalyst for raising collective consciousness and well-being for Black people in Baltimore and beyond. Here lately she’s been enjoying a more creative approach to her own healing process by engaging in community theater under the tutelage of her soul sister, Director Mari Andrea Travis. An Evening of May Miller is her second stage appearance.

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Amina Banks

is joining FPCT for her second production since moving to Baltimore to attend college at Morgan State University. Amina’s first performance was in Antigone playing the role of Antigone. She believes the role taught her many things about herself as an actor and storyteller, which prepared her for this production itself. This is Amina’s first community theatre production. She is exhilarated to be a part of something so necessary and pivotal in the community. Every story has intention behind it, and it is her goal to bring that same intention as an actor. The cast and director are amazing and she is grateful for this opportunity to be a part of this storytelling.

Brent Warren 

is a sophomore at Morgan State University. This will be his sixth production in college. He debuted as Howie Newsome in Our Town and his latest role was the messenger in Antigone. His talents have sharpened since then, and he is thrilled to share the stage with his friends!

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