Lyrric Cosby Jackson (Atlanta, GA) is a Georgia native with more than 20 years of training and performance experience. She studied Drama with a concentration in Dance at Spelman College, receiving a Bachelors degree. She received her Masters degree from the Savannah College of Art & Design in Arts Administration in 2015 and is currently studying Luxury and Fashion Management in the institution’s Masters of Fine Arts program.
Benjamin Stevenson (Dothan, Alabama), graduated from Emory University in May of 2017 and with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Arabic. Stevenson is working on his first major book publication project, which consists of poetry and prose about relationships, trauma, addiction, identity, and sexuality.
Zachary T. Orr (Milwaukee, WI), is a graduate of Milwaukee High School of the Arts. Orr has performed with Dallas Black Dance Theatre II, The Atlanta Dance Connection, and The Proia Dance Project. Zachary has performed the works of noted choreographers Alexander Proia, Baba Chuck Davis, Ray Mercer, Christopher Huggins, Cleo Parker Robinson, Allyne Gartrell, and Dianne Maroney-Grigsby.