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KADAHJ BENNETT (Moses) is psyched to make his SpeakEasy debut in such a timely piece of Boston theatre. Recent credits include This Place/Displaced (Artists’ Theater of Boston); With Glittering Eyes (Hibernian Hall); HYPE MAN: a break beat play, Peerless, The T Party, An Octoroon, Dry Land, How We Got On (Company One); Akeelah and the Bee (Wheelock Family Theatre); and a feature in The Halls web series (Beyond Measure Productions). Kadahj also has music director credits with Company One and the Front Porch Arts Collective. A graduate of Hamilton College and the Boston Arts Academy, Kadahj is a teaching artist in the Boston area. He also serves as the writer/lyricist/vocalist for Dancelujah (hiphop/fusion), a Luminary Artist for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and the Instrumental Music Manager at Zumix.
HUBENS “BOBBY” CIUS (Kitch) is thrilled to be making his SpeakEasy debut with this production of Pass Over. His previous works include The Three Musketeers (Duke of Buckingham); Black Odyssey Boston (Malachai); A Free Man of Color; Anon[ymous] (Anon); Honeymoon Motel (Dr.Brill); Ragtime (Henson); Hairspray (Seaweed); a number of original/devised works; and most recently Pipeline (Omari). He has appeared at the Central Square Theater, Greater Boston Stage, and WAM Theatre.
LEWIS D. WHEELER* (Mister/Ossifer) is thrilled to return to SpeakEasy where he previously appeared in Between Riverside and Crazy, Shakespeare in Love, and Hand to God. Recent credits include Nat Turner in Jerusalem (Actors’ Shakespeare Project); The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley (Merrimack Rep); Ideation, Long Day’s Journey into Night (New Rep); and To Kill a Mockingbird (Gloucester Stage). He has also appeared in productions with the American Repertory Theatre, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Lyric Stage, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Nora Theatre, Underground Railway Theater, Greater Boston Stage Company, Huntington Theatre, American Stage (FL), Publick Theatre, Wheelock Family Theatre, Vineyard Playhouse, Cape Rep, and Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater. Film/TV: Manchester by the Sea, Black Mass, The Company Men, Louisa May Alcott (PBS), Brotherhood, City on a Hill, and Greta Gerwig’s upcoming Little Women. BA: Cornell University; MFA: American Film Institute.