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On being a Black Woman in art ... “Being an artist was never really a choice; writing and the performing arts were introduced to me young and have been integrated into my lifestyle since childhood. Being a Woman who is an artist is a part of who I am. Being a Black Woman Artist means my art gets to be free and substantial in a way that is unique to the Black experience. Womanhood and Blackness in art don’t conform to conventional expectation, they exceed it.”

Chantrell Lewis and Lawrence Brownlee

"I believe that the privilege of a lifetime is being who you are, truly being who you are. And I've spent far too long apologizing for that..."  Viola Davis

Chantrell M. Lewis (she/her) is a Cleveland, Ohio native, currently living in Los Angeles, California. Lewis is an EMC Actor, Voice Actor, Singer, Vocal Coach, Drama Instructor, Mover and Storyteller. Recent credits include Kathleen Cleaver (Panther Women An Army For the Liberation)  Cleveland Public Theatre, Charlaine (Ain't Misbehavin') Porthouse Theatre, Irina Arkadina (The Seagull) UC Irvine Drama .  Lewis recently made her voice over career debut as a narrator of an award winning film "Voices of Color: The One Who Gave You a Name" and as Polo in Marco/Polo . Other V/O credits include lead narrator in audio drama, (Necessary Target) written by Tyron Hoisten, Rita (Do You Trust Me?) UC Irvine Drama

Upcoming: Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre Aida, Oliver!, and Our Town

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