Laquan Brinson ©

Laquan Brinson ©


My face when I heard I was nominated for a Henry Award by the Colorado Theatre Guild. Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play for my work as Beneatha in A Raisin in the Sun directed by Nambi E. Kelley at THEATREWORKS Colorado Springs. Click here for official press release and full list of nominees!


STRIVE (my first feature film) is making it’s debut at the Harlem International Film Festival this upcoming Sunday May 19th at 7pm at the Magic Johnson Theatre. You can purchase tickets here. It’s also making it’s way through the festival circuit at the American Black Film Festival and San Francisco Black Film Festival this summer. I can’t wait for you all to see this film!


I’ve had the pleasure of helping to develop this play for almost two years and now we get to share it with the public for the first time. Come see LYONS PRIDE by Bleu Beckford-Burrell on Tuesday April 16th as a part of Playwrights Realm’s 2019 INK’D Festival. RSVP here for our 3pm and 7pm performances!


Ramp, a short film I had the pleasure of filming last winter is finally available online, making it’s debut on No Budge. Written and directed by Ethan Mermelstein, Ramp follows an elderly woman who becomes obsessed with returning a portable ramp to a hardware store. I play Shanee, the disgruntled Home Depot employee she encounters along the way. Enjoy!