In 2005, I started studying theatre at Temple University. Since then, I've co-founded a devised-theatre collective called Found Theater Company; toured to Edinburgh, where my collaborators and I won the Fringe First Award; performed Off-Broadway; obtained a bachelors in Philosophy; and acted in numerous productions throughout Philadelphia, where I was a member of two Barrymore-nominated ensembles. From Philadelphia, I moved to London, where I worked (as a puppeteer) on a TV pilot for Channel4 and performed in several comedy nights throughout the city. Currently, I reside in Seattle, where I hope to actively engage in the theatre scene.
In addition to being a performer, I am also a professional blogger, having written content for websites like Altrumedia, AmericanLegalNews.com, and PersonalInjury.com. You can follow my private blog at www.mydearanacolutha.com. Read along as I tarry with performance as both a concept and a practice, ruminate poetically on anything that comes to mind and attempt to grapple with the political, economic and social elements of being an actor.