Damaria Quick


Damaria Quick

Damaria studied music and theater at Lancaster Bible College. Her most current production include: “Elvis: A Musical Revolution” (Dutch Apple Theater), “The Color Purple” (Ephrata Performing Arts) as Squeak, “SpongeBob The Musical” (Revival Productions) as Sandy Cheeks, “Radium Girls” (Trust Performing Arts) Kathryn Schuab, She has appeared on “For My Man” 9TV ONE) as Antoinette Frank, “Criminals At Work” (BET Web Series) as a featured student, and “Copycat Killers” (REELZ Channel) as a featured student. She has worked with Broadway director and writer Christopher Smith in his production of Amazing Grace. Damaria has training in opera, gospel, musical theater, and jazz. She was trained in different acting techniques such as Shakespeare, Meisner, Chekhov, Stanislavski, and method acting. Much of her dance training came from Studio A and Alvin Aley Dance Camp which she learned hip-hop, ballet, modern, jazz, tap, musical theater styles, stage combat and modeling. Her special skills include: riffing, belting, dialects, and krav Maga, Looking forward to working with more theaters and film productions. Jeremiah 29:11.

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