Stephon Pettway

Stephon Pettway is originally from Bridgeport Ct, but is a native of Durham N.C. He is a Sophomore BFA-Acting major in Pace Universities Theatre Arts department. New York credits include: Osage Avenuereading (Slick Willie, Birdie) at The Algonquin Theatre, Cold Water Flatreading (Eric Burns) & Comes A Pausereading (Narrator) at Under St. Marks. Five Seconds to Air (Charles Kingston) at Theatre Row, and Angels As We Fall (God) at The Manhattan Repertory Theatre. Pace Credits include: A Heartbeat to Baghdad (Dwayne), Tribute: A Black History Month Cabaret (Preacher, Walter Lee Younger, Ensemble), and Hard Times (Boundarby). Outside credits include: Two Trains Running (Sterling) & Tunnels (The Man) at North Carolina Central University, Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters (Villager 2 Male) which he performed in London, England, Perilous Times (Robert) at The Carolina Theatre and One Voice (Michael Lamar Jenkins) which he wrote and performed in Kenya East Africa. Film/Television credits include: Bushwick League, The Roe Effect, 100 Faces, Law & Order, Gameboyz (Mario) and One Man, One Sound which he directed, produced and edited.

Shows participated in:
Six Plays About Hope (2008 - 09) Performer