Audiences are very familiar with the acting work of Trezana Beverley. She won the 1976 Tony Award for her performance in the Broadway production of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf.
Ms. Beverley has since created a unique signature in the American theater. She is not only recognized as one of our country’s great actresses but is also a master acting teacher, director and singer. She has been a guest director on the theater faculties of: NYU Tisch School Of The Arts, Rutgers University, Brandeis University, City College, SUNY Purchase and currently The Julliard School. Trezana was an artist in residence at the PlayMakers Repertory Co. in Chapel Hill, NC for two years where she was able to further develop her original performance genre DanzActing™. Her recent regional directing credits include: Salome, Yellowman, and String Of Pearls. Ms. Beverley’s directing work on the production of Salome was sighted in American Theater Magazine [September 2003].
This past spring, she made her New York commercial theater debut with the production of The Darker Face Of The Earth. Trezana wishes to generously thank Debra Ann Byrd and Take Wing And Soar Productions for giving her this opportunity. For further information on Ms. Beverley and her production company OdD Socks Productions you are invited to log onto www.oddsocksproductions.com.
TONY AWARD WINNING ACTRESS TREZANA BEVERLEY RETURNS TO THE NEW YORK STAGE IN TAKE WING AND SOAR'S MAINSTAGE PRODUCTION OF MEDEA
NATIONAL BLACK THEATRE
FEBRUARY 15 - MARCH 2, 2008