An Octoroon

Category : Drama & Poetry
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-Southern
Vocal Style : Flirtatious
Performance Notes
Miss Dora Sunnyside, the heiress from next door, is visiting the neighboring plantation to get her claws into the young George Peyton. Dora, in her ever-so-charming sultry southern way, tells George all he needs to know about the girl, Zoe, who he can't seem to keep his eyes off of.

Ruth May - The Poisonwood Bible

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-Southern
Vocal Style : Child-like
Performance Notes
From the perspective of a five year old, Ruth May shares her experience so far in the Congo - all the way from Georgia. Ruth May struggles to understand the ways of the Congolese, and does her best by remembering Bible stories she has learned.

Brandy is a young and bright actress based out of Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating from the University of Georgia with a degree in Theatre and English, she accepted a year long internship with Actor's Express Theatre Company (August 2018 - August 2019). Actor's Express is a Non-Profit Equity Theater that produces approximately six fully produced shows every season. As an intern, Brandy auditioned for the Theatre's season and was cast in two productions (An Octoroon and Head Over Heels). Brandy loves storytelling in all art forms and has a wide range of vocal talent. Her favorite literature revolves around American Fiction, Fantasy, and Shakespeare! She looks forward to reading to you!
The Wickhams - Cassie U/S - Theatrical Outfit - Directed by Carolyn Cook Head Over Heels - Ensemble Dancer - Actor's Express - Directed by Freddie Ashely Falsettos - Cordelia U/S - Actor's Express - Directed by Freddie Ashley An Octoroon - Dora - Actor's Express - Directed by Donya K. Washington of The Alliance Theater A Doll’s House, Part 2 - Emmy U/S - Actor's Express - Directed by Freddie Ashley Jane Eyre - Bertha Mason - University of Georgia Theatre - Directed by David Crowe
Atlanta Journal Constitution - "Sexton delivers a delightful spoof of a dewy Southern magnolia with an accent as thick as honey. I could go on and on." https://www.ajc.com/entertainment/arts--theater/review-octoroon-scathing-indictment-stereotypes-and-funny-too/QqLiya3TsVxvKhZwtUa9hN/amp.html

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