Making Micheaux Program


book & lyrics by


music by



AARON MARCELLUS as Oscar Micheaux

and featuring







director of photography


film editor


sound design & audio engineering


production manager


lighting design


project manager


Prospect’s VISION Series is a new initiative launched in 2020, to continue the company’s mission of

creating and presenting original musical theater works by emerging artists.

Through the VISION Series, Prospect provides paid opportunities for artists to create new work by

commissioning, producing, and presenting short-form original musical theater performances on film. These

ultra-small-cast projects embrace a variety of visual and musical styles and stories, striving to capture the

humanity of live theatrical performance through innovative cinematic approaches.

VISION Series film projects are openly accessible for online viewing and are closed captioned. Films are

funded through donations and grants, and will be presented for free streaming via Prospect's website,

YouTube Channel, and other free platforms.

The initial four VISION Series projects were filmed on location at, and with the support of, the Goodwill

Theatre located in Johnson City, New York, where Prospect artists were in residence during September

2020. The Goodwill's historic theater venue (built in 1920) provided a spacious and stunning sound stage

location for socially-distanced filming. Prospect’s Health and Safety partner was United Health Services.

During October 2020, Prospect filmed two additional projects (Don’t Stay Safe and Brain. Storm.) at the

West End Theatre, located in the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew on Manhattan’s upper west side.

Prospect’s VISION Series is a music-theater-on-film initiative

made possible with leadership project support from:

Leonard Majzlin

and by

Somerled Arts


Amy Danis, Yuk Mei Devine, Jennifer Ezring, Jason Ma, James Miller, Clark T. Montgomery,

Deborah Prutzman, The Schorr Family Foundation, Ted & Mary Jo Shen, Ted Snowden,

Tom Toce & Liz Portland, and Nanar & Tony Yoseloff

Prospect Theater Company Staff

Producing Artistic Director………………………….……Cara Reichel

Managing Director…………………………………..….Melissa Huber

Associate Artist/Resident Writer………………….….…….Peter Mills

Associate Artistic Director………………………………Dev Bondarin

Director of Education……………………….Simone Zamore Curbelo

West End Theatre Manager…………………………..Michelle Navis

Health and Safety Supervisor…………………….Zoe Grabinski, MD

Board of Directors

Jane Abramson, Stephanie Grayson, Robert Gurman, Tira Harpaz,

Melissa Huber, Jesse L. Kearney, Jr., Ann Korff, David Milberg, Jason Ma,

Julie Miller, Peter Mills, Cara Reichel, Tony Vallés

Making Micheaux was filmed at Symphony Space.

Special thanks to the staff members of Symphony Space for their extraordinary support,

especially in navigating the Feb 1, 2021 blizzard.


Aaron Marcellus (Oscar Micheaux) is a singer, vocal coach, writer, musician, dancer, and actor from Atlanta who

got his start in gospel music and has performed around the world. He has recorded albums and was voted top 24

on “American Idol” in 2011. After a world tour, Marcellus was featured in a ChapStick commercial, NBC’s “Next

Caller,” and STOMP. Marcellus also hosts a burlesque show at Duane Park. He founded Surrender to Love, LLC, a

foundation that supports arts programs and seeks to feed the hungry and Adventure Voice, a training program

offering vocal classes for groups and individuals. He directs The Marcellus Music Ensemble, a new and powerful

collection of voices that help to comprise the Marcellus Orchestra.

Endea Owens (Bass), a native of Detroit, was named Lincoln Center’s Emerging Artist in 2019. A vibrant up and

coming bassist, she has been mentored by Marcus Belgrave, Rodney Whitaker, and Ron Carter and has toured and

performed with Jennifer Holliday, Rhonda and Diana Ross, Jazzmeia Horn, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Steve Turre, and

Lea DeLaria. Endea is the bassist for Jon Batiste’s Stay Human and the house bassist for “The Late Show with

Stephen Colbert.” She has been featured on ABC7 News, ABC7’s “Here and Now,” and on “The Indie Beat” with the

Manhattan Neighborhood Network. In addition to graduating from The Juilliard School in 2018, Endea graced the

cover of Japan’s “The Walker’s” Magazine and was featured in The Wall Street Journal and Billboard Magazine. In

June 2020, she founded The Community Cookout, an organization dedicated to distributing hot meals and providing

free music concerts to neighborhoods in NYC.

TJ Reddick (Drums) is an American musician and educator and a graduate from The Juilliard School. He resides in

New York City, which has led to collaborations with Wynton Marsalis, Jazz @ Lincoln Center, Chick Corea, Jon

Batiste, Nicholas Payton, Alicia Olatuja, Will Downing, Mwenso and the Shakes, and many more. He has also

performed at Radio City Hall, Rose Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Harvard, Balboa Theatre,

Adrienne Arsht Center, Smalls Jazz Club, Blue Note Jazz Club, Smoke Jazz Club, Dizzy’s, Marciac Jazz Festival,

Belize Jazz Festival, Jacksonville Jazz Festival, Jacksonville Bethel Baptist Church, Greater Refuge Temple, Mattox

Revival Center, and City Tabernacle. TJ believes music is a form of art, and that art is a reaction into an artist’s

innermost self. As a performer, his goal is to exhibit honest raw emo!ons to form a meaningful connection between

an audience and the art.

Mathis Picard (Piano) is a French-Malagasy pianist, composer, producer, and bandleader whose music warps time.

Rooted in the tradition of live acoustic performance while incorporating the latest musical technology, he has created

his own style merging electronic bass music, jazz, the classical genre, and stride piano. Mathis began playing piano

at three years old. He shares his passion globally through his orchestra, Mathis Sound Orchestra (forthcoming

album ‘World Unity’), his solo project (forthcoming album ‘Live At The Museum’), and his emerging quartet, The

Elements. When not performing his own music, Mathis has the honor of sharing the stage with artists such as

Mwenso and The Shakes, Braxton Cook, Ron Carter, Lee Ritenour, Jason Moran, CROWN, Kindness, and Wynton


Alphonso Horne (Music / Trumpet) is a two-time Grammy nominated trumpeter named by Wynton Marsalis as one

of the rising stars of the next generation. He has performed with many renowned artists including Marcus Roberts,

Michael Feinstein, Rhiannon Giddens, Marilyn Maye, and Rihanna. On Broadway, he has performed in the

orchestras of the Tony winning After Midnight and the Tony nominated Shuffle Along, and was the Music Director for

Ziegfeld’s Midnight Frolic. Horne leads an active career as a sideman, performing at world-class venues and jazz

festivals, including Madison Square Garden (VMA Awards). Projects include playing with Sammy Miller and the

Congregation (Ars Nova residency) and the Savannah Swing Central & Music Festival. He is the bandleader of an

early jazz band, Gotham Kings, which performs at Jazz at Lincoln Center and Ginny’s Supper Club in Harlem. He is

producing his original show Mother Kofi: The Tale of an African Princess inspired by his family history and has

appeared on “Saturday Night Live” and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” and in the film, BOLDEN. Education:

Florida State University (BM), The Juilliard School (MM).

Jesse L. Kearney, Jr. (Book / Lyrics) is an award-winning playwright whose honors include the ASCAP Musical

Theater Workshop and the Jonathan Larson Musical Theater Fellowship from the Dramatist Guild. He received

commissions from City Lights Youth Theater to write librettos for Take Two: Hollywood Revue and Lights on

Broadway, and has authored three one acts, Dinner For Two, O, Ye Of Little Faith, and Phantasmagoria–

collectively called The Dark Night Plays (Nightmares & Fantasies)–which were presented in Prospect's Dark Nights

Series. His musical The Little Playhouse received a workshop in the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab / American Living

Room Series and he provided book and lyrics for the short musical The Lion In Love (music by Brian Feinstein), and

the libretto for The Blind Man (music by Deborah Abramson, lyrics by Peter Mills). His songs have been featured in

musical revues throughout NYC. Mr. Kearney is a co-founder and General Counsel of The STAGE Network, a

media platform devoted to the performing arts. Education: J.D.: New York Law School, MFA: NYU’s Musical Theater

Writing Program, BA: Dartmouth College. Proud member of the Dramatist Guild.

Jeffrey L. Page (Director) is an Emmy Award-nominated director and choreographer. He spearheaded the 2015

and 2018 Tokyo productions of Memphis, which received four Yomiuri Award nominations, including Best Musical.

The first African American to be named the Marcus Institute Fellow for Opera Directing at The Juilliard School,

Jeffrey won a MTV Video Music Award for his work with Beyoncé, whose creative team has included him for over

12 years. His work was featured on her “The Formation World Tour,” in her historic Coachella Valley Music and Arts

Festival performance, and in two HBO specials. He was the associate creative director for Mariah Carey’s “Sweet,

Sweet Fantasy” European tour and has been a choreographer on “So You Think You Can Dance.” On Broadway,

Jeffrey was in the original, award-winning cast of Fela! and choreographed Violet starring Sutton Foster. He

received an MFA in Dramatic Direction Columbia University and teaches at Harvard and Juilliard. As co-director and

choreographer, he is currently working with Diane Paulus to mount the Broadway revival of 1776.

Brian Bon (Cinematography) is a Dominican-American cinematographer who was raised in East New York. Brian

specializes in cultural media production and focuses on centering the Latinx community through visual art. As a

technician and operator, his reel includes feature length project The Mountain directed by Rick Alverson and

starring Jeff Goldblum, the Netflix limited series Dating Around, and The Subject directed by Lanie Zipoy starring

Jason Biggs and Caleb Eberhardt which was screened as part of the 2020 Brooklyn Film Festival. Brian is

passionate about the representation and empowerment of Cypress Hills, NY the community that nurtured him, and

has established a production company, specifically to amplify the reality of life in his neighborhood.

Victoria Davidjohn (Lighting Design) is a writer, theater director, and lighting designer. A recipient of the Martin A.

Dale Fellowship and the New York Women's Foundation Directing Apprenticeship, she is currently serving as the

Coordinator for Academic and Student Engagement at the Lewis Center for the Arts. Most recently, she served as

the Community Impact Coordinator at the Public Theater in its collaboration with Disney to stage the musical

adaptation of Hercules. Her upcoming projects include the lighting and sound design of Surely Goodness and

Mercy and the dramaturgy of OK Trenton, a new documentary theater piece at Passage Theater.

Kevin Heard (Sound Design & Audio Engineer) is a producer and sound designer based in NYC. His theatrical sound design work

has been heard Off-Broadway: Einstein’s Dreams, #DateMe, The Hello Girls, Midnight at The Never Get, In & Of Itself; on Broadway

(as Associate): The Minutes, All the Way, The Cherry Orchard, The Country House; and the international premieres of Fun Home,

Kinky Boots, and Matilda in Manila, Philippines; also, dozens of regional productions from coast to coast. Kevin is an independent

producer and works often on shows for BenDeLaCreme Presents. He recently produced his first feature film with The Jinkx and DeLa

Holiday Special available now worldwide. @thekevinheard

Pope Jackson (Production Manager) is a producer, designer, production and technical manager with close to two

decades in the theatre and events industry. A Harlem native and founder of Actuator Inc., Pope began his role at

The Shed In 2018 where he is Production Manager. Prior to that, he served as Production Supervisor for BRIC

Celebrate Brooklyn where he worked on the 40th anniversary sculpture HEDERA, and as Assistant Operations

Manager for New World Stages. Credits include: the NY 48 Hour Film Project in 2005, work on a Grammynominated

album with Wynton Marsalis in 2006, and a proclamation from Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg in 2009. In

2012, Pope was also honored with citations from NY State Senator Gustavo Rivera, NY State Assemblywoman

Vanessa L. Gibson, NY City Council Majority Leader Jose Rivera, and NY City Community Board #6. In 2016, he

was recognized by Mayor Bill de Blasio for outstanding efforts to improve the city.

Josh Cape (Project Manager) Originally from Montreal, Josh is a freelance production manager based in NYC. Previous credits

include The Hello Girls in concert, Einstein's Dreams (Prospect Theater Company), Orlando, Soft (Williamstown Theatre Festival),

Romeo & Juliet (Trinity Rep), The Sleeping Beauty (The Washington Ballet), OSCAR at The Crown (Neon Coven), In The Heights,

The Seagull, Sweeney Todd, Mary Stuart (Brown University).

Melissa Huber (Managing Director) has worked at the Guthrie Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, the Magic Theatre in San

Francisco, Yale Repertory Theatre, Ensemble Theatre Company of Santa Barbara. She is the Producer at the International Festival of

Arts & Ideas and is one of Prospect’s founders. Melissa holds an AB in History from Princeton University and an MFA in Theater

Management from the Yale School of Drama.

Cara Reichel (Producing Artistic Director) is a founding member of Prospect Theater Company. Recent Prospect projects as director /

author: The Hello Girls (Outer Critics Circle Award Nomination for Outstanding Director & Outstanding Book), The Flood, Death for

Five Voices; as director: Einstein's Dreams. Regionally she has worked with Goodwill Theatre, the Village Theatre, and Surflight

Theatre, and internationally with Broadway au Carré in Paris. For more info:


Music Direction & Arrangements….……….ALPHONSO HORNE

Camera Assistant……………………………….MILTON GUANGA

Prospect Theater Company

gratefully acknowledges the support of our generous funders

The following list includes donations made 3/1/20 - 3/1/21. The following donor acknowledgement includes gifts to our General Operating Annual

Campaign, gifts made in support of Project Specific Campaigns, and gifts to The Forward Fund, Prospect’s Working Capital Initiative.

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Gurman, Tira Harpaz, The Jerome Robbins Foundation, Jason Ma, Suzanne & Thorley Mills, National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Kara


Benefactors $1000-2499

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Jesse L. Kearney, Jr., The Lambs Foundation, The McGorty Family, David Milberg / Milberg Factors, Inc., James Miller, Julie Miller, Clark T.

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Thank you to the following donors who have contributed to the VISION Series from October 15th onward!

VISION Series Friends

Jane Abramson, Sydney Adams, Nora Ambros, Barbara Anselmi, Pascale Armand, Avital Asuleen, Julie Auster, Karen Bail, Diandra Bailey, Kristin

Bair, Emily P. Ballou, E. Baskin & K. Krechmer, Sara Basson, Melanie Bean, Chelsea Bednar, Christina Belinsky, Doug Bernstein, Rutvij Bhatt,

Beth Blatt, Bobby Bonney, Barbara Bova, Barbara Brantman, Jason Brantman, Robert Bromley, Patty & Malcolm Brown - in honor of Bandits on

the Run, Jennifer Burchill, Gay Canough, Margie Cantey, Paul-Emile Cendron, Ken Cerniglia, Conrad Chaffee, Steve Channon, Wendy Cheng,

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M.C. Waldrep, Colleen Wallnau, Stephanie Weems, Stacey Weingarten, Hazel Weiser, Daniel Weissglass, Bob Weslar, Claire Whitelaw, Tracie

Whitelaw, Nadav Wiesel, Cherie Young, Antonia Zegras, Jill Zutty

New York State Council on the Arts with the

support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and

the New York State Legislature.

Please visit to support the VISION Series with a pay-what-you-can donation.

Your gift helps theater artists continue creating new work!

Prospect is a 501c3 charitable organization, your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Prospect Theater Company is dedicated to fostering and showcasing today's new voices shaping tomorrow's musicals. Over

two decades, the company has premiered more than 35 musicals in New York City, in addition to new plays and numerous reinventions

of classic works. Reflecting its investment in the future of the field, Prospect leads a variety of developmental

initiatives: including an annual Musical Theater Lab for emerging writers, and the IGNITE Series of new musical theater in

concert. In 2020, Prospect launches the VISION Series of original music-theater works captured on film, created for online

streaming. In recognition of its enterprising and risk-taking new musical theater, the company has received an OBIE Award grant,

and its role as a community anchor for emerging artists that strengthens the quality, diversity, and dynamism of American theater

was honored by the American Theatre Wing.

Recently, Prospect produced the Drama Desk Award-nominated Einstein’s Dreams (2019) by Joanne Sydney Lessner & Joshua

Rosenblum, adapted from the novel by Alan Lightman, and The Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award-nominated The Hello

Girls (2018), by company founding artists Peter Mills & Cara Reichel. Both shows ran Off-Broadway at 59E59 Theaters, and have

original cast albums available from Broadway Records. Other notable productions include: Kerrigan & Lowdermilk's The Mad

Ones (2017); Milburn & Vigoda's Long Story Short (2015); Ryan Scott Oliver and Hunter Foster's Jasper in Deadland (2014); the

Drama Desk nominated Tamar of the River (2013) by Joshua H. Cohen and Marisa Michelson; Carner & Gregor's Unlock'd

(2013); Gordon Greenberg's revisal of Working (Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Ensemble, 2012) including new songs by Lin

Manuel Miranda; Elizabeth Lucas' re-imagining of Guettel's Myths and Hymns (2012); and John Gregor's With Glee (2010).

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