A little BIT about MISS CHELSEA Dee
As an actress, dancer, writer, director, producer, and arts educator I use my words, my body, and my imagination to spark change in the minds of my audience. Whether they are students sitting in a classroom or a theatre packed with people, the spark that my art ignites increases awareness, social change, and spontaneous joy.
ChelseaDee is back in action this spring with an exciting line up of projects!
Catch her next weekend at The Lewis Museum for the Elizabeth Catlett Family Day!
She will be developing her newest project SHEELA AND THE AMAZONS as part of New Victory LabWorks! She'll spend the year innovating new work for young audiences and families.
Catch her at Tisch School of the Arts directing Adrienne Kennedy's "Funnyhouse of a Negro." Show opens April 24th, 2020!
She's also co-curating and associate producing an evening of new theater presented in partnership with the National Black Theatre, Carnegie Hall, and The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts as part of Carnegie Hall's citywide arts festival.
If that's not enough, also catch her co-curating and associate producing an interdisciplinary micro-commissioning of new works! In partnership with the National Black Theatre and The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
That's all for now!
Important work is being done!
This girl is going places.
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