Being on stage performing or directing gives me more satisfaction as a HUMAN BEING then I can ever explain. This is why I was created.
Writing is my passion. I need to feed the souls of the world with laughter and a new way to look at life. HEY Somebody's gotta do it!
My Dad's last words to me were..."I want you to write a book Girlie!" I ALWAYS did what my Daddy told me, and LOOK what happened. A Novel.
As a playwright, I get great joy watching my words come to life, especially when a TONY AWARD -WINNING actress STARS in my work!
As a proud Ensemble Member of AMERICAN BLUES THEATER, I'm asked annually to write for our RIPPED Festival. My play directed by Heather Meyers .
From my play "ONE DAY"; Unemployed actresses over 50 take an Agent and a few more hostage. AHHHH...a dream come true!!
Wandachristine has starred on many stages throughout the country in such notable productions as the touring company of “Fences”, “The Vagina Monologues”, “Gees Bend”, and “Thyestes” just to name a few. She was recognized for her work in the acclaimed production of “Old Settler” for which she was a Supporting Actress Nominee for the prestigious Joseph Jefferson Award and a Best Actress Nominee for the noted Ruby Dee/Black Theater Alliance Award as well. Once again she was recognized for her work, this time in the American Blues Theater production of “Beauty’s Daughter” for which she won the Ruby Dee/Black Theater Alliance Award for her Solo Performance. Wandachristine toured regionally in Dani Gurira ("Black Panther") and ("Walking Dead") in her acclaimed production of “Familiar”. Next she appeared in “A Wonder In My Soul” at Baltimore Center Stage. Upon her return home from Baltimore, she was asked to go out once again to reprise her role of Anne Mwarimba in “Familiar” at the Old Globe. She last appeared on the Goodman Stage in the Playwrights Festival Production of “Incendiary”.
Her Film and TV credits are extensive. On film she’s worked alongside Whoopi Goldberg in “Clara’s Heart”, starred in the hit comedy as Mrs. Jones, in the film “Me and Mrs. Jones” with Kim Fields, and Birdie on “Chicago PD”. Her voice can be heard daily in numerous television and radio commercials, along with a few animated characters, for such shows as “The PJ’s”, “The Justice League” and “Scarface” the video game.
Her fiction novel, “I LOVE YOU MORE…THAN SHOES!” takes you on a rollercoaster ride with four actresses over 50 still trying to make it in Hollywood.
Her newest work, “Yes My Name is…LUCY!” focuses on the life of Chicagoan Lucy Hassel Montgomery the renowned philanthropist and Civil Rights activist, from the 1960's to the 1990's. It was performed in an American Blues Zoom Reading, starring Tony-Award winning Actress Deanna Dunagan as Lucy.
To all her friends, Wandachristine is known as…“The Woman Who Can Do It ...ALL!"
Begin your day listening to an insightful and very funny
message; which is guaranteed
to put a HUGE SMILE on your face.
Mornings With Ms. Wandachristine
Performing at the prestigious Guthrie Theater in Danai Gurira's production of "FAMILIAR" was a dream come true. SOLD OUT Performances every night!
The FABULOUS Karen Perry designed my costume for "FAMILIAR" as soon as I stepped onstage...this FIERCE costume got APPLAUSE! Look at ME BABYYYYYY!
I FINALLY got to work for Dick Wolf portraying "BIRDIE" on Chicago PD. Let's BRING BIRDIE BACK MR. WOLF!!
Obie Award Winner, Dale Orlandersmith wrote six WONDERFUL characters that I enjoyed bringing to life, directed by the BRILLIANT Ron OJ Parson.
What a JOY to be acknowledged for my work. Thank you Mama for introducing me to this incredible life called...THEATER!
Director Monty Cole cast me as a mama on a mission..."Break My Son Out Of Jail" in the Goodman's Playwright Festival production of "INCENDIARY".
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