Constance Clark is the founding Executive Director for African American Children’s Theatre. She is committed to keeping the arts alive for children and their families within the community. Ms. Clark’s performance history includes voice-overs for radio, television & industrial film, directing, as well as her on stage performances. She has received several awards from community organizations.
Music Director/Pianist Dr. Wallace Cheatham is an award-winning composer, scholar and educator. He is credited with introducing the works of major African American composers to midwestern audiences, and has penned a number of scholarly works on race, classical music and opera. His compositions span a variety of genres and have been performed in national and international settings. Dr. Cheatham received an Honorary Doctorate of the Arts degree from UWM in 2002.
Program Instructor/Conductor G. Dwight Hamilton is a music educator, choral conductor and solo vocal artist. He has conducted school choirs at the elementary, middle school, high school and collegiate levels in Alabama, Minnesota and Wisconsin, as well as community and military choirs in Germany at the behest of the United States Army Corps of Chaplains. He is particularly honored to have been the director of the
Youth Leadership Academy Boys Choir of Milwaukee as it was part of the Boys Choir of Harlem.
Vocal Coach/Theatre Movement Teaching Artist Azeeza Islam is a singer, playwright, director and teacher with a long history in Milwaukee's art scene. She directed "Black Nativity" for Black Arts Think Tank in 2015, and has also worked with Hansberry-Sands Theatre Company, Milwaukee Public Theatre, VETS 76 and manyothers.