In this episode, I’m joined by Malkia Stampley-Johnson, a Milwaukee-born actress with a career on stage, TV, and film. We'll get the scoop on her involvement in two separate initiatives in Milwaukee to expand awareness of and opportunities for artists of color, both on- and off-stage – Bronzeville Arts Ensemble and Milwaukee Black Theater Festival.
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Artistic Producer, Milwaukee Black Theater Festival
Malkia Stampley-Johnson is a tv, film and stage actor, voiceover artist and stage director from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She comes from a large musical family, the daughter of a pastor and educator. Malkia received her formal training at Marquette University, Skylight Music Theatre and Milwaukee Repertory Theater. She is a founding ensemble member of Milwaukee's Bronzeville Arts Ensemble and Artistic Associate with Chicago's Congo Square Theatre.