Uju Enendu is an actor/writer. A Washington D.C. native who now resides and works in Manhattan. In addition to acting, Uju is currently collaborating on a two person, one-act play set to debut Fall 2015. In her spare time, Uju loves to travel internationally.
Lynaé DePriest, born and raised in Chicago, is an actor, writer, and activist. She received her B.A. in Theatre and Performance Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and recently relocated to New York for artistic freedom and inspiration. She is thrilled to be working with Kat Mustatea on this project. Favorite credits include: Hits the Fan (Theatre for the New City); The Gift (Cape May Stage); The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler and When Last We Flew (Diversionary Theatre). She also recently contributed as a Maker to Project Unspeakable (Convergences Theatre Collective).
Dianne Diep is a graduate of Neighborhood Playhouse, who's acted in numerous festivals: 17 plays over 2 seasons of Writopia's Worldwide Plays, Midtown International twice, 36 Hour Play Fest and the first Best Play winner of The Bad Theater Festival. Other recent theatre: Romeo & Juliet (Nurse), Duncan Pflaster'sThe Tragedy of Dandelion (playing a variety of male and female roles), Durrenmatt's The Physicists and a reading of Ordinary for Abingdon. On-camera, she's done over a dozen projects, was a principal on Oxygen network's My Crazy Love and appears in three upcoming films (Bahama Mama, Honor and My Hypnotic Beyond).
BROOKE LEIGH HOWARD
Brooke Leigh Howard is an actress originally from Ohio. She began acting at the age of 10, attending Cincinnati's School for Creative and Performing Arts and holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia. After venturing along the East Coast, she finally found her home in Harlem of New York City. Having a love for the stage, she is also the current Miss New York City International. Brooke looks forward to continuing her career as a New York City actor.
Best known as "America's next favorite Black guy," Leon is a born and raised New Yorker. After graduating from the William Esper Studio, Leon has made numerous appearances in film, TV and theatre projects. Currently: Leon is studying improv and sketch writing at the Upright Citizens Brigade, has found a new interest in works of Marcel Proust and is also preparing to audition for admission to Juilliard.