James Milord

James Milord is a devoted thespian who was nominated in 2012 for “Best Actor” in his role as Ochoosi Size in The Brother / Sister Plays by the Independent Reviewers of New England. In the fall of 2012 James performed in Chicago for the premiere of Trajectories. He was recently seen in a physicalized staged reading entitled In Our Name by Michael Metzner produced by Company One and prior to that, another stage reading entitled (Shoe) Shine Safari by John ADEkoje produced by the Huntington Theatre Company.  In Jan 2012, Mr. Milord participated in the first ever Boston One Minute Play Festival at the Boston Playwright’s Theatre. James was also seen in 2010 in Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s: American Voices presentation of The Emperor Jones, Company One’s productions of The Good Negro and debut of The Emancipation of Mandy and Miz Ellie. Mr. Milord was notably awarded the David Wheeler Award in Boston, MA for “Best Emerging Actor” in that same year.  James appeared in both Boston’s 2008 and 2009 African American Theatre Festivals in Zooman & the Sign, Zora Neale Hurston's Feathers On My Arms, and Bess the Brave. Prior to those festivals, he participated in an educational tour and full production of Macbeth produced by Shakespeare Now! James has also appeared in the Company One productions of A Clockwork Orange, 103 Within The Veil, Den of Thieves including the Boston premiers of Six Rounds Six Lessons and Gibson Girl. Mr. Milord currently teaches theatre in various schools and community centers across the Greater Boston Area.