Latonia Phipps

Latonia Phipps * (Maggie) Actress, Spoken Word Poet, and Playwright. Phipps is an alum of The Eugene O'Neil National Theater Institute and has also received an MFA in acting from Brooklyn College. She was last seen in All American Girls at The National Black Theater Festival and With Aarons Arms Around Me at The Cherry Lane Theater. Other projects include The Colored Museum, by George C. Wolfe at The Crossroads Theater and Wait Until Dark by Fredrick Knott at The Ivoryton Playhouse. Fishing in Brooklyn, Phippsís first full-length play to be written and performed, premiered at The Rotunda Theater (West Philadelphia) and went on to be presented at The Woodstock Fringe Festival and the highly acclaimed Theater Row. Phipps is a multi-disciplinary artist who has been compared to the likes of Anna Deveare Smith and Ntozake Shange.

Shows participated in:
10-Minute Play Festival (2011 - 12) Performer