Saturday, May 9, 2015

Gamalia Pharms. AEA Actor at WFT for many seasons now...

"I feel so blessed to be a part of this amazing WFT production, and to once again be surrounded by a WFT cast that so fully represents our wonderful audiences - all of humanity.

I have loved the story of Shrek from first seeing the film when it came out in movie theaters. The message of acceptance, and that love comes in all shapes, sizes and colors is a message WFT fully embraces, with its mission of inclusion and diverse casting policies since its inception in 1981.

From my first job at WFT back in 1985, Glinda in The Wizard of Oz, I knew I had found a place where I truly felt welcome and belonged – a true family. I have enjoyed being a member of many casts here at WFT that reflect the diversity of Boston in all aspects - race, age, gender, and individuals with disabilities."

Gamalia is a member of Actors’ Equity Association and has appeared at Wheelock Family Theatre in: the Elliot Norton Award winning production of Hairspray, The Wizard of Oz (three productions), The Hobbit, Cinderella, A Little Princess (two productions), Kiss Me Kate, The Good Times Are Killing Me, Ole' Sis Goose, The Sound of Music, Beauty and the Beast, The Beanstalk, The Giant and Jack, Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse (two productions), Pippi, Honk, Seussical, Hello Dolly, Oliver!, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Trumpet of the Swan, Anne of Green Gables, Stuart Little, Aladdin, My Fair Lady, Once Upon a Mattress, and Phantom Tollbooth.

Jon Allen, Gamalia Pharms, and Tyla Collier in WFT's HAIRSPRAY 2014.

1 comment:

  1. This is by far one of the best places to hang with friends, have great drinks (amazing beer selection), eat some great food at party city locations NY, including the great lunch I had there. Prices are very reasonable and the pizza was awesome.


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