Loleta Harris aka Sway is enjoying her second year as "Nikki" in the stage play production A Devastating Impact. A Devastating Impact is the first stage play in which she has performed and also has a leading role. Sway her nickname since birth and stage name took several acting classes at Leilehua High School and Midlands Technical College while attending high school and college respectively. Sway is a military brat and have had the opportunity of living in many of places, she moved to Deerfield Beach, FL in 2009. She is an avid reader, a lover of people, music and fashion. Sway wishes to thank her son, Saige, her parents, Clyde and Martha, her siblings, identical twin Lolita (Tella) and older brother Clyde Jr. III (Blip) who is very supportive of all of her undertakings. She credits her success, again to her close knit family, her worldly persona as well as director Islah Aziz, whose direction and creative genius is unparalleled.
Shamika Innocent "Freda Henderson" I am 21 years old born on September 15 in the city of Coral Springs, Fl. I've been singing since I was nine years old and love to act. I graduated from Deerfield Beach High school and had hopes of pursuing my acting career at UCLA. Yet God saw a different plan for my life and so therefore went on to study criminal justice. I've been studying criminal justice for the past two years; yet still had hopes of an acting career. My life has changed starting in the month of Oct 2012 I was discovered by Khalilah Camacho-Ali on the tri-rail; not knowing who she was we immediately clicked and became close like mother and daughter. She later on told me who she was and I immediately stayed connected on a more cinematic level. She saw so much potential in me to the point where invited me to an audition. From the audition I landed the leading role of Freda Henderson. From there MY acting career has soared. My main goal is not only to pursue my acting career but to spread awareness of HIV/AIDS
Yvonne Patterson "The Doctor" born in St. Andrews, Kingston Jamaica to the proud parents of Narcisa Pattereson and Norma Scott. She is a mother of 1 son, Nicholas Ramsay. She graduated from St. Hughes High School, Norman Manley High School, Durham College (Jamacia) and St. John's College in New York City. She has been miss runner-up in the Miss Jamaica Pageant. She has come a long way since her accident that placed her in a coma for 3 months and was told by physicians that she would never walk again.
Joycelyn Norris an African American Actress, Songwriter with BMI, Hairstylist and Seamstress. Proud to be performing with The Theatre of Creative Consciousness of the Arts in “A DEVASTATING IMPACT” production. In my first performance, I played the role of Maria and now the role as "Grandma Grace". In addition, I appeared in “Muhammad Ali’s movie – The Greatest”.
Mira Waters - Grandma
THE THEATRE OF CREATIVE CONSCIOUSNESS
WOULD LIKE TO THANK MIRA WATERS FOR
HER LOVE , FOOD AND ACTING EXPERIENCE
THAT SHE SHARED WITH US, IT WAS OUR PLEASURE TO HAVE HER WITH US.
BLESS YOU MIRA IN ALL THAT YOU DO AND WITH GOOD HEALTH.
THE THEATRE OF CREATIVE CONSCIOUSNESS WOULD LIKE TO THANK TIANA DOMINGUEZ FOR HER OUTSTANDING PERFORMACE IN OUR DECEMBER 1st PRODUCTION AS
MARIA, MAY YOU BE SUCESSFUL IN YOUR JOURNEY THRU COLLEGE AND LIFE
RYAN HALL HAS BEEN WITH TCCA FOR (3) YEARS AS THAD AND IS AN OUTSTANDING ACTOR WHO GIVES HIS ALL AND IS ALWAYS THERE WHEN WE NEED HIM