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A Midsummer Nights Dream

The Cast
March-April 2022

A Midsummer Night’s Dream is an enchanting comedy filled with magical sensuality.
Come with us and be transported to a magical land of Afro Futuristic Funk Fantasy!
Midsummer Madness!
Spring and LOVE is in the air!



KT MASALA is an Educator, Mentor & Actress who has performed with several productions with “The MacBeth Project”, “Celebration Arts”, "African American Shakespeare Company",  "California Musical Theater, MLK Projects,” "Theater First Company", and  “What A Time Productions”. KT is an ELLY Nominated Supporting Actress and ELLY Award Winner. Ms. Masala also Assistant Directed, Stage Managed, and operated Lights and Sound in multiple productions as well. KT serves as a proud Assistant Director/Lead Contributor of “The MacBeth Project”, Board Member of “Celebration Arts,” Co-Founder of “Images Theater Company," Founder of “Will Succeed Mentor Services'' and “The Audition.”  KT pertains to an entrepreneur spirit and a Master’s degree in Educational Counseling.

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Brandon Rubin as OBERON/THESEUS

Brandon Rubin is originally from Sacramento, California he is happy to make his Celebration Arts Return after a long Hiatus. He holds a Master of Fine Arts from the mason Gross school of the arts, and was last seen in the complete works of William Shakespeare Abridged, Flint by Jeff Daniels, and the Whipping man by Matthew Lopez.

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Julian A. Jefferson as PUCK

Julian A. Jefferson (Juice!) Since 2007 Performing Arts has been my center.  I have been blessed to have had the esteemed privilege to study under the tutiledge of a Mr. Sam Williams at A.R.C., James Wheatley at Celebration Arts Theatre, and a whole host of various directors in multiple Theatres here in the Sacramento area.  After 15 years and over 20 productions and 25+characters on both stage and film, I have had the pleasure to understand that each special project is about the entirety of the ensemble unifying as one to tell a story.  Ranging from Cinderella & Wizard of Oz to Tom Robinson in To Kill A Mockingbird & Nat Turner in Black Slave Narratives, I find this craft to be absolutely amazing and I absolutely have enjoyed every moment of the process.  We love what we do and it's actually just that simple.  Thank you for gracing us with your presence and enjoy the show!!

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Conrad Crump as BOTTOM

Conrad Crump is a native Sacramentan, a community organizer, an equity advocate, and a Government Affairs Manager for a private health foundation.  He holds a BA from UC Berkeley and a Master’s from USC.  Before transferring to Cal, he fell in love with ethnic theater at Sacramento City College and has done numerous performances with roles from A Sound Vision, Inc., Celebration Arts Theater, and The Macbeth Project.  Conrad most cherishes the role of “Dad” to his daughters Alannah and Alejah who motivate him daily to succeed.

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Naimah Moon as HELENA

Naimah Moon is a proud mother of two. She was born and raised in Sacramento, Ca, and is a Grambling State University alumni.

 Naimah spent years working as a recreational therapist for the department of corrections but always had a passion for acting. Recently, She decided to take a leap of faith to pursue her goals; proud owner of Under The Moon Catering, Poet, Author, voice-over artist, Influencer, and Actress. 

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Tasha Nicole King as HERMIA

Tasha Nichole (King) lives and works in Sacramento, CA. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Finance in 2002 at Sacramento State University. She but soon found herself immersed in art and the process of creating it. King was honored with the LightSpaceTime 11th Abstracts Art Exhibition Special Recognition Award in 2020.  Her group exhibitions include Emotions Embodied: Abstractions from the West Coast 2021 at Art Scene West, Solana Beach, CA, Slice at Pence Gallery, Davis, CA and Activism Through The Arts presented by Sacramento Congress Women at Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA.  Her artwork has been featured in BLK Voices Magazine Joy Issue #5 (2021), Abstractions Magazine Issue #1 (2021) and at the Golden One Center and Sacramento Kings Game for Black History Month (2022). She is a teaching artist for Post For Peace and Justice and Artist Facilitator for Peace Pole Gardens Project.  She currently serves as Secretary on the Board for Chill Sacramento.

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Derek Dozier as LYSANDER

Derek is a gender queer, bisexual who hates astrology. They currently produce and perform in comedy shows; including Imported Comedy and Mxfits with their sister Ayla, where you can catch them improving songs.

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Vincent Kobelt as DEMETRIUS

Vincent Kobelt has written poetry for the page, stage, and the mic.  His early work explored the murals of the Mission where he grew up, the music of jazz, a cry for justice, the birth of his daughters, milkweed between the cracks in concrete, the music of speaking, a thousand faces in a line a the DMV, and the bird shit next to their shoes.  He has taught creative writing at California State Summer School for the Arts (CSSSA or Inner Spark) and has written several chapbooks: Peppers from my Tongue volumes 1 and 2, Textures of Pregnancy, The Way Light Ripples on Water, and Pinch of Salt.  Recently he has collaborated with poet Charles Curtis Blackwell and musician Brian Kendricks on their poetry album, Catch the First Thing Smokin’.

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Naomi Randle-Ludd as WIND

Naomi Randle-Ludd’s Performance is being dedicated to her late son, Adriene "Droop" Ludd. Naomi Randle-Ludd has been actively involved with plays and musicals in community theater throughout the years since 1989. From ARC Jr college to Wes Carter Independent Film Productions, to The Oakland Coliseum to Wm Parker Productions to Celebration Arts, to The Geary Theater Group, the Music Circle and Theater group in Roseville, the 7Women7Stools with Delilah Rashad and Kitty Griffin and especially to the ITC/Images Theater Company under the late Lisa Lacy and the late Charles Cooper_the journey has been enriching, stretching and so fulfilling as a fellow Thespian. It is with great honor to participate with Celebration Arts AGAIN, in a whole new arena called The MacBeth Project. What a Learning Experience this has been, under the leadership of Ms. KT Travis and Khimberly Marshall/Director.


Jewelyn Williams as FIRE

Jewelyn Williams . Along with the MLK, Jr. Celebration weekend she was task with marketing the Art Exhibit that she contributed to this community event for three years.  Jewelyn started her marketing/promoting career on a grass roots level, she used word of mouth and included local artist, and students from the community K-12. She partnered with a few small businesses to assist with their marketing/promotions and had the privilege of working with a Sacramento Jazz Artist bringing three different concert series to Sacramento.

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Diana Cossey as QUINCE

Diana Cossey has a passion for theater and music. She returns to the Celebration Arts stage following her performances in STEAL AWAY, BLACK NATIVITY, HIGGINS IN HARLEM and STEEL MAGNOLIAS. She has been active in the Sacramento community theater scene and appeared in Stories on Stage and was a member of the River City Chorale for 23 years. Diana has performed in Italy, Croatia and Brazil has appeared locally in David L MacDonald's Best of Broadway and Family Promise.


Madontrenique’ (Mona) Fenner as FLUTE/THISBY

Madontrenique, affectionally known as Mona, TRUE LOVE is SINGING!At an early age Mona knew she had an awesome gift from God.Not taking that gift for granted, she is sharing it with the world.
Mona has performed powerhouse songs such as Jennifer Holliday’s “And I am Telling You”; Pattie LaBelle’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow; Whitney Houston’s “The Greatest Love of All”; and many more.
Mona has performed at UC Davis Black Family Day; opened for Atlantic Starr; the Delta Chapter Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc.; Bernae’s International Hair Design Show; California State Fair; Jazz Mass at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament; NAACP Prayer Breakfast; Sacramento Urban League; Juneteenth Celebrations; she also had the leading role as Dorothy in the production of The Wiz.She was cast in a movie directed by Enoch Jones entitled “A Good Thing.” 
Her new single “I’m Still Here”, the title song from her Album, will be released later this year.The album will be released in 2023.
Mona gives all Glory & Honor to God!!


William Mininfield as SNUG/LION

William Mininfield: Born and raised in Berkeley CA. Graduated college with a Bachelors in Music Education (Abilene Christian University) William has performed (singing) all over the United States, and abroad.  
William has performed with Images Theater production of "We Come From Greatness" and "Legacy 2.0".

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Kenneth is very excited to make his acting debut in B Street Theatre’s Macbeth Project. When he isn't on stage, Kenneth is singing and performing with Level Up Performing Arts. When he's not working or performing you may find him in black and white stripes as a sports official refereeing basketball or football games. He wants to thank his family and friends for their unwavering support.

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