DeLance Minefee

DeLance Minefee is excited to return to Boston for his SpeakEasy debut. Boston credits include: A Civil War Christmas at the Huntington Theatre Company; Donnie Darko, Copenhagen (u/s), Cardenio (u/s), at the American Repertory Theatre; and Trigger, Phoenician Women, and Pinter’s The Room with ART/MXAT Institute. New York credits include: Dust (u/s) (Off-Broadway), The A-Train Plays (Neighborhood Playhouse) Cabaret Émigré (Negro Ensemble Company), ABK for Life (Columbia University) Damn Yankees (Amas Theatre), and Breathe (Hip-Hop Theatre Fest.) Regional Credits include: Amistad Voices (Chicago Shakespeare), Death in Venice (Chicago Opera Theatre), HomeBound (Congo Square Theatre/Chicago), Let The Circle Be Unbroken (Apple Tree Theatre/Chicago), Holes (Walden Media/Denver), Civil War (Prather Productions/Florida), Smokey Joe’s Café *Nominated for “Best Actor in a Musical” Ostrander* (Playhouse on the Square/Memphis), Blood Knot (Arkansas Shakespeare Festival), A Soldier’s Play, Dreamgirls, Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Anything Goes, Damn Yankees, Dracula, Wizard of Oz and Voices of the River (Arkansas Repertory Theatre). He has toured Germany as a Back-up Singer/Dancer with BMG Music, toured the Mississippi Delta as a Storyteller, performed fraternity stepping for diplomats in Vietnam, performed Greek Tragedy at the world renowned Moscow Art Theatre, and served as the Assistant Director of Living History at the Historic Arkansas Museum. His recent feature film, “The Three Way,” (www.thethreewaymovie.com) has won 4 “Best Feature” and 2 “Best Comedy” Awards at festivals around the country. He holds a BA in Theatre Arts, with Minor studies in Dance, from Henderson State University in Arkansas, and an MFA in Acting from American Repertory Theatre/Moscow Art Theatre-Institute for Advance Theatre Training at Harvard University. More info available at www.delance.net