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Black Super Hero Magic Mama Cast

  • Noah Abbott

    Noah Abbott as Flat Joe

    Noah Christopher Abbott is an up-and-coming American actor. He began his career in commercials, modeling, television and film at the early age of four. Noah lives in Inglewood. He attends Frank Parent Middle School in Los Angeles where he excels in sports and loves math. At the age of four, Noah said to his mom that he wanted to be inside the television. His aunt Terry took his pictures and a star was born. Noah loves acting and his family has always encouraged him to pursue his dreams as an actor and athlete. Noah is elated to play Flat Joe and is thankful for the opportunity to be in his first big stage play. He knows he is a lucky kid! Noah’s favorite genre is comedy and thrillers. Look for Noah in the independent feature film Thriller, coming soon. Noah thanks his agent and manager, who believe in him.

  • Reiko Aylesworth

    Reiko Aylesworth as Connie Wright

    Last seen as La Marquise De Merteuil at Antaeus Theatre Company in Les Liaison Dangereuses. Top Girls (Williamstown Theatre Festival, directed by Jo Bonney), Expats (New Group Theater, directed by Ari Edelstein), Humpty Dumpty by Eric Bogosian (McCarter Theatre Center), Robbers by Lyle Kessler (American Place Theater, directed by Marshall Mason), Missing Marissa Kissing Christine (Primary Stages, written and directed by John Patrick Shanley). Television/film: The Good Doctor, Scorpion, Hawaii 5-0, Lost, Damages, ER, 24, The Good Wife, Revolution, Oh Lucy, Mr. Brooks, Alien vs. Predator: Requiem. For Andre and Nick.

  • Walter Belenky

    Walter Belenky as Dave Lester

    Born in Detroit, Michigan, Walter is an actor and visual artist. He is thrilled to be making his Geffen Playhouse debut. He has starred on television, in film and on Broadway, as well as in many commercials. Most notably, he was in the original production of Christopher Durang’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike on Broadway that won the Tony Award for Best Play. He also originated the role of Mikey in the world premiere of Arthur Laurents’ New Year’s Eve opposite Marlo Thomas and Keith Carradine at the George Street Playhouse. He has his M.F.A. from the University of California, San Diego. Much love to Rebecca, Leo and Luzella. Follow him on Instagram @walter_belenky or through his website

  • Daryl C. Brown

    Daryl C. Brown as Coach Corey Brackett

    Simply thrilled to be alongside the creative team at the Geffen Playhouse. Broadway and National Tours: Rent (Benny), The Lion King (Mufasa/Ensemble). Off-Broadway: Club 12 (Sebastian), Wrapped (Lionel), All Americans (Duncan). Regional theater: Six Degrees of Separation (Paul), “Master Harold” and The Boys (Willie), Godspell (John), Innocent Black (Percy), Wait Until Dark (Mike). Film/television: All American (Pastor Weeks), NCIS (Commander Prasad), Castle, Gossip Girl (Jeffrey), Days of Our Lives (Orin Holt), The Young and The Restless (Edward James), New York Undercover (Officer Bronson). He holds two degrees: a B.S. in Sociology from The State University of New York and a Masters in Education from East Stroudsburg University. Special thanks to my love Trista, and my family for their unending love and support.

  • Kevin Douglas

    Kevin Douglas as Tom Blackman

    Kevin Douglas is excited to make his Geffen Playhouse debut! Kevin and his family transferred to L.A. from Chicago. Chicago theater credits include: Northlight Theatre, Court Theatre and Lookingglass Theatre Company, where he is also an ensemble member. Some of Kevin’s favorite credits include: Black Diamond: The Years the Locusts Have Eaten, Lookingglass Alice, Around the World in 80 Days (Jeff Award nomination for Best Supporting Performer), Our Town (Co-directed by Anna Shapiro and Jessica Thebus), and Mr. Rickey Calls a Meeting (Jeff Award nomination for Best Ensemble). Regional credits include: Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Baltimore Centerstage, Alliance Theatre and Kansas City Repertory Theatre. A playwright in his own right, Kevin Douglas’ play Plantation!, directed by David Schwimmer, had its world premiere at Lookingglass Theatre Company last season. Kevin holds a B.F.A. in Acting from DePaul University.

  • Kimberly Hébert Gregory

    Kimberly Hébert Gregory as Sabrina Jackson

    Kimberly Hébert Gregory is a combination of undeniable humor, clarity, intelligence and strength. You know her best from her roles in HBO’s Vice Principals, ABC’s Kevin Probably Saves the World, Better Call Saul, Two and a Half Men and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. She starred in two previous shows at the Geffen Playhouse, Barbecue and By the Way, Meet Vera Stark, earning Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel nominations, as well as a NAACP Award. She holds two degrees, a B.A. in Psychology from Mount Holyoke College and a Masters in Clinical Social Work from The University of Chicago. Kimberly is an advocate for families and special needs children, and a voice for mental health services in underserved communities. She is an actor, a thinker, an advocate, a mother and a friend. She is happy to be sharing the message of this important work with this brilliant cast, and may a change soon come.

  • Cedric Joe

    Cedric Joe as Tramarion Jackson

    Cedric Joe, also known as “CJ” among family and friends, is 13 years old and currently in the 8th grade. He attends KIPP Philosophers Academy. Cedric Joe is very active and has participated in many sports activities involving football, baseball and basketball. With football being his favorite and well-played sport, he has a high football IQ and can eye football from a mature perspective. Upon being physically active, he began his acting career at the age of 5 months by winning a Baby Gap contest. He then found an agent that led him in the right direction to auditions. He started doing print work, leading to several national commercials, as well as television shows such as Game Shakers (Nickelodeon), Modern Family (ABC) and Good Trouble (Freeform). He just finished his first short film. Along with this, he starred in his first stage play called Loving Him and He’s Not Ready, where he played the character of Seth, the son of a single mom. Cedric Joe is an A-B student and excels well in the subjects of math and science. He is sociable and funny and is a leader amongst his peers. Cedric Joe has raw, natural talent that gives him the courage to sing, dance and act, which has led him to the path he is on now. Cedric Joe is a well-rounded good kid.

  • Cynthia Kaye McWilliams

    Cynthia Kaye McWilliams as Lena Evers

    Cynthia Kaye McWilliams was born in Berlin, Germany, grew up in Kansas City, Kansas and graduated from the Theater School of DePaul University in Chicago. Her Chicago stage credits include First Breeze of Summer (Court Theatre) and several staged readings for Goodman Theatre and Steppenwolf Theatre Company. She is honored to be making her L.A. stage debut at the Geffen Playhouse. Cynthia currently stars in the Netflix series Prince of Peoria. Other television credits include recurring roles on Chicago Code (FOX), Survivors Remorse (STARZ), Nashville (ABC), Bosch (Amazon) and five seasons as a series lead on Real Husbands of Hollywood (BET). Cynthia has also voiced for Cartoon Network, the animated feature film Bilal and several video games, including Far Cry 5, HALO 5, Batman, Arkham Asylum and more. She holds a B.F.A. from The Goodman School of Drama at DePaul University.