About the Ensemble
The Visionbox Ensemble represents the core of the Visionbox Mission to support the on-going development of professional actors by providing them with advanced text-based acting technique, movement and voice & speech classes, ultimately leading to the development of new performance work. Jennifer McCray Rincon, Founding Artistic Director of Visionbox Studio, asserts that actors who train together develop a common language that allows them to create performance work of more depth and complexity than work produced in the 4-week model of most commercial theatre. This idea continues a tradition founded in the 1930s by Harold Clurman and The Group Theatre, whose work addressed the social and moral preoccupations of their time.
Membership is competitive and by audition and interview only. Members are able to take all intensives at a reduced cost. Ensemble members have preference in casting and are encouraged to develop their own project in our performance space. The members of the Ensemble also mentor and support the younger actors and artists in the Studio. The Ensemble is re-formed every January and each Ensemble creates their own collaborative agreements with the approval of the Artistic Director.
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Dwayne Carrington is a proud Founding Member of Visionbox and is honored to serve as Lead Actor to the Ensemble. He performed the title role in the Visionbox Ensemble presentation of The Othello Project. Dwayne also serves as the Community Outreach Coordinator on staff and actively participates in classes and workshops. Dwayne is a graduate of Weber State University (Ogden, Utah) with a BA in Theater and English (double major). He later studied at Denver University where he earned an MA in Public Communications. Dwayne is currently active in the Denver Theater community. He performed in Gospel At Colonus presented by The Source Theater and produced by Su Teatro Theater Company. He was a Founding Ensemble Member of Shadow Theatre Company. Other companies include: Denver Center Theater, Arvada Center Theater, Aurora Fox Theater and Boulders Dinner Theater.
Rhianna DeVries is a multi-industry professional, with passions in acting, stand-up comedy, sound design, writing, directing, and facts about large spiders. Stage credits in theatre include "Appropriate" (Curious Theatre Company), "The Misanthrope," "Art" (University of Denver Theatre), "Cradle Two Grave" (University of Denver Theatre, Best Actress), "It's a Wonderful Life," "All the World," "The Othello Project" (Visionbox Studio), and the titular role in "Antigone" (Fearless Theatre Company). On film and online, you can find Rhianna in films including "True Beauty," "Starfish," and "Mama Spin," as well as in award-winning web series such as "I Put the Bi in Bitter". Her motion-capture and voiceover work can also be found in videogames, including the BAFTA-nominated game, "Life is Strange: Before the Storm". Rhianna is a University of Denver alumna, with a B.A. in Theatre, Distinction in Acting, a B.S.B.A. in Marketing, with minors in Leadership Studies and International Studies.
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Dell has been involved in the Denver theater community for many years, originally as a member of the prestigious Hunger Artists Ensemble Theatre, a company who specialized in promoting new works and regional premiers including the first Denver production of Angels In America and the regional premiere The Kentucky Cycle. Also with Hunger Artists he appeared in the award-winning readers’ theatre production of James Joyce’s The Dead, a critically acclaimed adaptation that was developed, written and produced by Hunger Artists. He was also part of the creative team that developed An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe, another original readers theatre production, as an adapter, actor and director. He’s worked with many other Denver area companies including Spotlight Theater Dell is also a graphic and web designer and photographer. Dell has been with Visionbox since 2011 and is very grateful to have such a wonderful place to hone his craft.
Jake Gallegos is a Professional Geologist and actor. He has been active in the Denver theatre scene for six years. Jake is grateful to Jennifer McCray Rincon for her innovative work.
Jacqueline Garcia is a native Californian where she studied acting at Cal State Fullerton and received a masters in writing from the University San Francisco. She has been active in Denver’s theatre scene for ten years and several of her plays have been featured at local venues as well as out of state. She is a member of the Equity Care ensemble for Kaiser Permanente and has been a Visionbox ensemble member since 2013. Thank you to Jennifer and the Visionbox family for providing a creative place to grow and learn.
Rebecca joined the Ensemble in early 2016, and has been a part of the Visionbox community since 2012. Rebecca has an MA in Victorian Literature, Art and Culture from Royal Holloway, University of London. She is very excited to continue to work with Visionbox to not only grow as an actor, but to support the work of fellow artists in the Denver community.
Robert Kramer is a native of New Jersey where he studied Opera at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. He spent the next several years performing on the concert and opera stage, as well as in musical theater, throughout the New York/New Jersey region. From 2016 – 2017 he attended
and completed the improv comedy training program at the Philadelphia Improv Theater. Robert moved to Denver in 2018 and officially joined the Visionbox Ensemble in 2019.
Alexa studied theater and fine arts at the University of Colorado at Denver. She was part of the ensemble at Su Teatro from 2010-2011. She joined Visionbox in 2012 and has been a student and ensemble member since. Alexa recently did a Solo Shakespeare focusing on Lady Anne from Richard III and Lady from Orpheus Descending. Alexa is grateful for Jennifer McCray Rincon’s fearless leadership and the challenging work Visionbox constantly does.
Jennifer Dean Roberson
Jennifer Dean Roberson graduated with a BFA Acting degree from University of Colorado. Acting credits include being featured in the film, "Your Name Here," starring Bill Pullman, and was the Director’s Assistant additionally. She was featured as Honor Wainio in "Heroes of Flight 93" and had a supporting role in a PBS TV show Good Grief. She was an Associate Producer for Bill Pullman’s original play Expedition 6 that debuted at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Recently, she worked on Bill Pullman's new play, "The Wild Hunt." Jenn produced a TV show and radio program called Reggie McDaniel’s Everyday People’s Entertainment Guide for Ion TV. She is thankful to have performed in several plays and projects at Visionbox Studio directed by Jennifer McCray Rincon. She has appeared in local and national commercials and is represented by Big Fish Talent agency.
Todd is excited and honored to join the ensemble of the Visionbox Studio. Recent theatre credits include The Endurance of Light (Athena Project), Antigone (Fearless Theatre), The Fever Dream Festival (Benchmark Theatre), and It’s a Wonderful Life (Visionbox Studio). Todd studied Theatre at Brown University and received an MFA from the American Film Institute where he directed the award winning short films Penny Dreadful and Seven Verses.
Amy Doe-Torres is in her second year as a Visionbox Ensemble member. She appeared last season in the staged reading of Daniel Gerrol’s Commedia. Other credits include Elmire, Dorine, and Madame Pernelle (understudy) in Tartuffe with Arvada Center Black Box Rep, The Heidi Chronicles, Glass Menagerie (Montana Repertory Theatre), The Sunshine Boys, (Montana Repertory Theatre), Stuart Little (PACE Center), Once Upon a Story (Understudy, David Mullikin CSO), Dearly Departed (Understudy, Avenue Theater), Carnal Knowledge (Denver Civic Theatre). She is a star and executive producer of the feature film: Saucy Flyer UFO PI."
David Walker has been a Visionbox Studio ensemble member since 2016.David’s acting experience includes roles with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival and intensive performance work with Frank Georgianna at Boulder’s Stage Door. He trained in New York with John Costopoulos of the Actor’s Studio, and with acting coach Barbara Spiegel. He earned a BA in Communication cum laude at the University of Colorado-Boulder.As a financial advisor. David helps clients to achieve long-term financial security, by applying proven retirement strategies, including “The Power of Zero.” Over nearly 10 years, he led major projects for human capital firm DBM, teaming with leaders at INTEL, JPMORGAN CHASE, MICROSOFT and other major corporations. He has 15 years of executive search experience with McAleer Gray, PRIME Consultants, and within Coors Brewing Company (now MolsonCoors). A founder and President of the Denver-Cherry Creek Rotary, he was also the club’s first Foundation President. He has four children, including one of each.
Ed is an actor returning to the stage after beginning his professional career in children's theatre with the Lexington Children's Theatre as a resident artist, touring actor and main stage performer. Relocation to the Northeast brought other creative opportunities including technical theatre guidance, independent film and non-union background extra work with regional casting agencies.