Akeem Davis, playing Marcus, is from Miami, Fl, and is a graduate of Florida State University. In Philadelphia this season, Akeem has acted with Theatre Exile, Theatre Horizon, and the Folger Shakespeare Library. Akeem is a proud man of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. and is the 2015 F. Otto Haas Emerging Theatre Artist Award winner.
Regional: Folger Shakespeare Library: District Merchants; People’s Light and Theatre Company: All My Sons; Theatre Horizon: LobbyHero, In the Blood (Barrymore Award nomination, Outstanding Supporting Actor); InterAct Theatre: The Dangerous House of Pretty M’bane; Philadelphia Shakespeare Company: Henry V, Romeo and Juliet; Simpatico Theatre Project: The Brothers Size (Barrymore Award nomination, Outstanding Lead Actor).
Susan Riley Stevens
Susan Riley Stevens is so excited to be playing Emma Goldman in her InterAct debut! She was most recently seen in A New Brain at Theatre Horizon. Other recent credits include The Ladies Man and God of Carnage; Peterborough Players, White Guy On The Bus; Passage Theatre, Harvey; Walnut Street Theatre, and According To Goldman; Act 2 Playhouse. Regional: Bad Dates at Act 2 Playhouse, for which she won a Barrymore Award; Nora (Barrymore nominated);The Exonerated at Delaware Theatre Company;A Streetcar Named Desire, Fallen Angels, God of Carnage; Walnut Street Theatre, It's My Party: The Women And Comedy Project, This Is The Week That Is; 1812 Productions, and the world premiere of Jon Jory's adaptation of Tom Jones at Actors Theatre of Louisville. She has performed in 6 seasons with the PA Shakespeare Festival, as well as productions at Arden Theatre Company, People's Light, Bristol Riverside, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Dallas Theatre Center, Portland Stage Company, and Asolo Repertory Theatre. Susan holds an MFA from the Yale School of Drama.