Bianca LaVerne Jones. TV/FILM: BURNED (BET, Centric), NYC 2-2 (CBS), Men In Love, What Would You Do? (ABC). WEB SERIES: Hard Times, Shitty Fab Life, 12 STEPS TO RECOVERY. OFF BROADWAY; Ruby Place Nest on the Ground (Signature), McReele (Roundabout), MacBeth (Classical Theatre of Harlem/ Germany, Lillian Theater (LA)), Trojan Women (Classical Theatre of Harlem, AUDELCO nomination), Virgin of the Vieux Carre (Primary Stages) REGIONAL; Iced Out Shackled and Chained (National Black Theater), Marcus or the Secret of Sweet (Studio Theater, DC), Jacob’s House (Access Theatre), Illmatic (Black River), Iken’s Perversion (two character play with Oscar Winner F. Murray Abraham), A Civil War Christmas (LongWharf, original cast), MacBeth (Lillian Theater with Harry Lennix), ThreePenny Opera (Williamstown Theatre Festival, with Jesse L. Martin and Betty Buckley), Breath Boom, Madea/MacBeth/Cindarella (Yale Rep), Blues, Runaways (National Black Theater Festival), Relativity, Othello, King Headley II (St. Louis Black Repertory). Bianca has been seen in New Black Fest, Harlem 9’s 48 Hour Project, Host of Honoring Excellence in Black Theater: A Night with Woodie King Jr., Hear It Out!, Fire This Time Festival and a host of staged readings in NYC. She is a new member of the STANDARD Collective Artist Group.
Bianca received her professional actor training from University of North Carolina at the School of the Arts, SUNY Purchase Acting Conservatory and Yale School of Drama.
National Black Theater Festival has now picked ICED OUT SHACKLED AND CHAINED for 201 3 NBTF!!
National Black Theater Festival takes place every odd year in Winston Salem, North Carolina where over 100,000 people support plays by the African Diaspora. July 28-August 4. 2013!
Thank you Uncle Calvin!
Bianca LaVerne Jones is a native of Cary, North Carolina. She attended Farmington Woods Elementary, Briarcliff Elementary, West Cary Middle, Apex High, Athens Drive High and North Carolina School of the Arts (Diploma). She went on the SUNY Purchase Acting Conservatory and Yale School of Drama.
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