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    • Jordan Brown

      Jordan Brown Jordan Brown (he/him) Jordan is a Black, queer artist who is using his voice and presence to educate those around him as well as rewrite the norms that have been drilled into (white) American culture for so long. For much of his time in academia, he has been cognizant of his position in society; he wants to create theatre that normalizes Black folk, that represents the LGBTQ+ community, and dismantles gender roles that rears its head in our daily behavior. Jordan wears many hats in the arts. During his time at Stevenson University, Jordan directed several pieces, and is in the process of writing his own play that focuses on depression. He has also created voiceover projects with the intention to prioritize Black talent. He also creates fashion photography for the purpose of highlighting #blackexcellence (@jordan_le_great). Jordan also works at Casa Ruby, a center for homeless LGBT youth. ​ Performing Artist Back

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    • Marshal Bailey

      Marshal Bailey Marshall Bailey (he/him) is a teaching artist and actor. At Salisbury University he studied both theatre performance and ecosystem biology. Shortly thereafter, he began doubling as a Teaching Artist and Education Coordinator for Compass Rose Theater. As both an educator and administrator, Marshall strives to make meaningful connections with his community by giving people the tools to explore their creativity and discover who they are. In addition to his work with InterAct Story Theatre, Marshall’s broad range of credits include performing, directing, teaching, arts administration, and technical production with such companies as Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, Compass Rose Theatre, Drama Learning Center, and others. He hopes to one day bring together his passion for environmental stewardship and theatre craft to create a new form of theatre to help audiences build an empathetic relationship with nature. ​ Teaching & Performing Artist Back

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Since 1981, InterAct Story Theatre has brought a wide variety of educational, interactive performances, plays, and assembly programs to schools, libraries, and community venues, all throughout the area, delighting children, families, and educators alike. All of our programs are available for evening or weekend events and family audiences. InterAct Story Theatre performances can be adapted for a wide variety of venues, including libraries, museums, community centers, arts centers and festivals. Please contact us for more information!


InterAct Story Theatre’s programs are made possible through generous support by the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC.org), the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, and the support of many wonderful partners, funders, advocates, and individuals. Thank you for your support! 

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