A white-hot tragedy of love that burns into rage.
Sylvester Foday Kamara
Sylvester started his acting studies in 1993 at the Northwest Actors studio. There he studied with Anne Graham for seven years exploring various aspects of the Stanislavski technique. He was a member of the first class of the conservatory program at Freehold Theatre in 1999–2000, taught by Robin Lyn Smith and George Lewis. In Los Angeles, CA, he studied with Milton Katselas for one year. An equity member since 2001, among his favorite roles are Joseph Asagai in A Raisin in the Sun at Intiman Theatre, Tayyib in Musa and Sheri in the New World at ACT Theatre, Sepha Stephanos in The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears at Book-It Repetory Theatre, and Escalus in Measure for Measure at Seattle Shakespeare Company. He recently became a member of The Seagull Project and will play Mikhail Lvovich Astrov in their production of Uncle Vanya in 2017.
A swift and savage tale of bloody revenge.
A dark comedy of desire, sin and virtue.