We’re thrilled to announce that “The Daughters of the Domino” has welcomed four talented performers to its cast. Join us warmly, including Alyssa Alonte, Kevin Keller, Carmen Nixon, and Mcgyver Rea.
Alyssa Alonte, a seasoned actress from Brownstown, Michigan, brings an impressive background in theatre, including unforgettable performances in shows such as Legally Blonde and South Pacific. She’s a graduate of Wayne State University, and we couldn’t be more excited to have her on our team.
Kevin Keller, a Detroit-based multidisciplinary theatre artist, is a master of acting, directing, and playwriting, and he’s known to throw in a little dancing too. Kevin’s unique directorial style incorporates dance and movement into his plays and casts dancers in speaking roles, expanding the skill set of the performers he collaborates with. With past performances at prestigious venues such as the Jewish Ensemble Theatre, Detroit Rep, and the Riverbank Theatre, Kevin is a true asset to the team.
Carmen L Nixon, a brilliant actress and artist from Detroit, Michigan, is a graduate of MPI and has a deep passion for anything design-related. Her skills range from product design to hair, makeup, and costumes, and she’ll also be serving as our Production Designer.
Last but not least, we have the talented up-and-comer, Mcgyver Rea. Mcgyver dreams of becoming a full-time professional actor and ending up on your favorite streaming platforms. With a growing following on TikTok and aspirations to start his businesses and non-profits, we’re excited to have Mcgyver on board.
We have some exciting news to share! Two incredibly talented performers have joined the cast of “The Daughters of the Domino,” and we couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome them aboard. Please give a warm welcome to Connie Cowper and Chris Ewing!
Connie Cowper is a highly experienced actress with an impressive background in both film and theatre. She has performed at numerous theaters, including the Detroit Repertory Theatre, Tipping Point, Shakespeare in Detroit, Puzzle Piece, Flint Youth Theatre, and many others. Connie has also acted in short and feature films and has lent her voice to commercials and voice-overs. Additionally, she is part of the Jewish Ensemble Theatre’s Educational Outreach and utilizes her acting skills to teach communication techniques to physicians at Henry Ford Hospital.
“The Daughters of the Domino” is a modern noir film about a mother who reunites with her estranged detective sister to find her missing teenage daughter.
With the addition of Connie and Chris to the cast, we are more excited than ever to share their exceptional performances with you on the big screen.
The exciting news continues! We are thrilled to announce that two incredibly talented performers have joined the cast of “The Daughters of the Domino.” Please join us in welcoming Alan Seales and Taylor Hitson!
Alan Seales brings over two decades of experience in both film and theatre as both cast and creative. As the host of Broadway and beyond’s most considerable talents, his in-depth, personal, behind-the-scenes conversations will highlight unique details of the industry that most people may not know exist. Alan’s unique approach to hosting creates direct, honest, human conversations that elevate The Theatre Podcast conversations to an intimate level of heightened curiosity.
Taylor Ray Hitson is a relatively new face to the Michigan film scene but has already worked on other Fosca Features films, including location work on “Good Neighbors Good Fences” and an award-winning performance in “Hazel’s Eyes.” Despite working as a professional pilot by day, Taylor’s passion for acting shines through in every performance.
Quentin A Yanez, a Michigan-based filmmaker, performer, and photographer, has taken on the role of Magnus Jones. With five years of professional experience in the industry, Quentin has worked as a Creative Director and is the head creative force behind “Directed by Q.” They have photographed live shows for multiple artists and publications. They have worked with celebrities such as Doja Cat, Common, and Hobo Johnson. Quentin also often performs under the name Mimi Southwest, where they have been dubbed “The Queen of Ferndale,” They perform monthly at locations such as the Emory, The Rust Belt Market, and the Mezcal in Ferndale. Quentin’s work has been featured in Forbes, Teen Vogue, and Authority Magazine.
We’re also thrilled to introduce Miranda Cole, who will be playing the role of Sparky. Miranda is a self-described actor, musician, gamer, and nerd who graduated in 2022 from Wayne State University with a BFA in acting performance and a minor in musical theatre. They have appeared in local short films such as Art[ificial], Power Rangers: Gem Paladins, and Fear of the Dark. Fun fact: Miranda’s favorite generation of Pokémon is the 5th generation!
“The Daughters of the Domino” is a modern noir film that follows a mother who reunites with her estranged detective sister to find her missing teenage daughter.
We’re delighted to have Grover McCants taking on the role of Chief Darnell Keaton. Grover has an extensive film, theater, and television background, appearing in over 57 credits in the lead, supporting, and featured roles. With an experience in transportation, professional sports, and advertising/marketing, Grover is a well-rounded and experienced individual, and we’re thrilled to have him on board.
We’re also excited to welcome John Thiede cast, who will be playing the role of Officer Anthony Cockburn. John is a local legend who was one of the firefighters on the scene when Flight 255 crashed in Romulus, Michigan. He’s also a talented comedic performer who can be seen hosting Comcast’s “Sports Talk 60” and leading the Improv Troupe “Project 2.” He’s been on the stage and screen in many ways, including a recent production of “See How they Run” and Warner Brothers “Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice.”
“The Daughters of the Domino” is a modern noir about a mother who reunites with her estranged detective sister to find her missing teenage daughter.
Stay tuned for more exciting announcements this week!