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Darrell Grant

Senior Producer 

Darrell D. Grant, is from Houston, Texas and was trained in Theatre Performance and Broadcast Journalism at Stephen F. Austin State University. In Atlanta, he's had the privilege of partnering with ChopArt, The Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta Rec. Dept., and the City of Sugar Hill to implement theatre education programs. In 2020 Darrell was selected as a member of the Four Directions Apprentice Company and worked on several projects with Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company, 7 Stages Theatre, and Out Front Theatre. As Darrell strives to create more opportunities for black artists with BTG, he currently works as Operations Manager for Out of Hand Theater and serves as a member of the Board of Directors for Georgia Connections Academy.

Tyra Watkins

Senior Producer 

Tyra Watkins is an actress, dancer, model, teaching artist, and producer in the Atlanta Area. Originally from Bowie, MD, she is a recent graduate of Clark Atlanta University with a B.A. in Theatre Arts. She worked as a member of the inaugural cohort of the Four Directions Apprentice Company ’19-‘20 (Kenny Leon’s True Colors, 7Stages, Out Front, and ArtStation). Tyra has worked on several short films produced by 7Stages and The Alliance. She also participated in a Masterclass in 2020 with Tonia Jackson. Past credits include Lady in Yellow in For Colored Girls and Third Witch in Macbeth. Tyra works to create powerful, heartfelt content that sparks conversation and shows vulnerability. 

Robby myles

Senior Producer 

Robby Myles is a diverse content creator, winning awards and recognition for his work as a theatre director, actor, and a filmmaker. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Robby received his B.A. in Theatre (directing) at Western Illinois University, and successfully produced, directed, and performed in published and self work. When moving to Atlanta in 2018, Robby had the opportunity to work with great theatres like 7 Stages, Out Front Theatre, True Colors Theatre, Marietta Theatre Company, and more. As he continues to expand his resume, Robby’s goal is to develop art that continues to encourage and support LGBTQIA+ and POC artists and audiences. 

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