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The first jam session on December 21st will feature Marcus Gladney Jr. Marcus is an NYC-based actor from Alabama. He debuted on Broadway last year in the Tony-winning play Choir Boy by Tarell Alvin McCraney and can be seen this year in Barry Jenkins' Underground Railroad on Amazon Prime as well as City on a Hill on Showtime starring Kevin Bacon. Marcus will star in Esai's Table at Cherry Lane Theatre this spring. He attended Carnegie Mellon University and was the recipient of the inaugural Andrew Lloyd Webber University Scholarship.  

The second jam session on December 22nd will feature Ashley Ware Jenkins. Ashley is a multi-hyphenate artist originally from Washington, DC. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Sociology from Shenandoah University. She’s an alum of The StellaAdler Studio of Acting (Summer Conservatory), and has also studied privately under Professor Vera J. Katz, and Chantal Jean-Pierre, respectively. As an NYC-based actor/singer, she’s done two tours (Lion King-Gazelle Company, The Color Purple), a short stint on Broadway (Lion King), + many regional shows, readings, world-pre-mieres along the way. The films she writes are based in science fiction, fantasy, and the void genre of black love stories. Her creative work is informed by all that I am: a black person, a woman who aims to champion for ALL womxn, a mother, + a wife. In all mediums, it is with joy and intention that she inserts her personal brand of vulnerability,transformation, resilience, and authority.


The third and final concert, Black Christmas, will feature our first two guest artists, Marcus and Ashley, as well as Kahilah Johnson. This jam session will take holiday classics and reinvigorate them with the soul of gospel music.

Born and raised in New Jersey, Khailah Johnson has performed at local theaters such as Crossroads Theatre Company​ and​ NJ State Theatre​ and has received the ​Papermill Playhouse award for Outstanding Leading Actress in a musical for her portrayal of Deloris in Sister Act. Her most recent roles include: Rusty (​Footloose​) at the MUNY, Little Red (​Into the woods​),Deloris (​Sister Act​). She has been featured in Broadway Princess Party and many stadiums.