James Caverly

James Caverly makes his SpeakEasy debut with Tribes. He has been involved with the National Theatre of the Deaf for two years appearing in Journey of Identity, Stories In My Pocket Too, The W-5s: Stories Behind, and A Child's Christmas in Wales. In Washington DC, he appeared in Faction of Fools' Tales of Courage and Poultry as well as Tales of Honor and Anchovies. At Gallaudet University, he performed in L'Abbe de L'Eppe, UnContented Love, Spoon River Anthology, Urinetown, and Agamemnon, but his proudest accomplishment was directing Noises Off in which it gained recognition from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival at Region II in 2011. He would like to give thanks to his family and friends for all the drama in his life.