In-person theatre may be slow right now, but that doesn't mean Devon hasn't been busy as a bee in the world of virtual theatre!
Devon starred in Cloud Theatrics' The Red Line: An Anthology as Ash this June. This is a new work by Julia Whitten, directed by Kenzie Lynn Bradley.
prince of tyre
Devon made her debut with Braving the Bard as Marina in Pericles: Prince of Tyre, and will be joined the cast of Julius Caesar as Brutus this spring.
In January of 2021, Devon directed The Bushwick Girls by playwright Emma S. Rund as part of Wayward Sisters' Sisterhood Series.
Devon is currently an Alumni Ambassador through her alma mater, Ball State University. The Alumni Ambassador Program seeks to provide education and mentorship to prospective BIPOC students in the arts and current students within the Department of Theatre and Dance at Ball State University. The Alumni Ambassadors supply accessible resources to communities in need, and in turn, break down barriers of privilege that keep theatre and dance artists from entering the industry.
As of 2021, Devon is one of the recipients of the MEH Lewis Memorial Scholarship. She will continue working with Chicago Dramatists throughout the year, thanks to this scholarship.
Lady Windermere's Fan
Devon joined the performing company of Cloud Theatrics in October, and made her debut with them as the Duchess of Berwick in Lady Windermere's Fan last December.
Devon's piece Emily/Emily was one of 40 plays featured in the Occupy the Stage 2020, as presented by Women's Theatre Festival. This event was a staged reading marathon of previously unproduced plays by women and all marginalized genders.
Between April and August of 2020, several of Devon's plays were featured in showcases put on by Digital Dramatists. The above pieces were featured. She also created a piece in Digital Dramatists' Exposure Showcase - an international showcase featuring all devised works centered on the current state of the world.