The Positive Project "Playahz" InSpirational
Theatre Arts Company
At The Positive Project "Playahz" InSpirational Theatre Arts Company, we are focused on providing community services with the highest levels of artistic satisfaction & we will do everything we can to meet your expectations. With a variety of stage-plays presented throughout the year, we're sure you'll will enjoy our positive, inspirational, biblical-themed productions. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There's much more to come!
Executive Artistic Director
A graduate of the High School of Performing and Visual Arts, Houston, with a major in Dramatic Arts, the artist has studied technical theatre under Professor John Luttterbee at Lon Morris Jr. College and has attended the University of Houston with a study of Music Theory. He has studied and taught music at his family's business, Clayton Johnson Music Studio for many years and recently completed a study of Media Arts under Professors Rick Harrington and Rick Boyd, obtaining a degree in Filmmaking from Houston Community College. His professional theatre credits range from accredited performances at The Alley Theatre, Jones Hall, Music Hall and The Denny Theatre (Now The Heine). He was featured performer and technical director for multiple Gospel Theatre productions including "The Family Reunion", "Trees" and "The Crucifixion" under the direction of Professor Robert Simms of the Master Theatre Company. His recent artistic endeavors include writer, director and lead in "Can't We All Get Along?", the detective in
his hit gospel thriller "That Which Dwelleth In Me...", Man In The Hood in the Ronald Crawford stage-play "That's Love" in association with GWUSA Productions. He wrote, directed and produced "Sister Rudie Poot & The Holy Grilled", a gospel comedy recently debuting this past year. His last production, a dark musical-comedy drama entitled "The Sinister Minister" debuted this past year at The TBH Theater. As Director of The Positive Project "Playahz" InSpirational Theatre Arts Company, he prays his work will bless someone and encourage many to attend future productions.
The Positive Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention of youth violence utilizing the performing and visual arts as a primary deterrent against gangs, drugs and yourth crime.