Antwon Darden is a singer from Panama City, Florida. Graduate of Garrett College in Social Behavioral Sciences with years of study in Criminal Justice at Old Dominion University, he has been singing for years under many gospel artist and groups. In 2013, he first made his appearance on stage singing BGV with Faithwalk Productions in a play entitled Church Folk. Currently, he sings for Anthony “JuneBug” Turner and Evidence of Praise and also Pentecostal Fellowship Takeover Fellowship Choir, both of the Tidewater area of Virginia. With an Apostolic background, Antwon loves the Lord and says through song is his musical gift to ministry.
Carol is originally from Florida. She began her dance training in Miami and moved to Lynchburg, VA to study on a scholarship at the Academy of Fine Arts (formerly known as, The Lynchburg Fine Arts Center. Carol continued her studies in Virginia, with Dance Theatre of Lynchburg, under the artistic direction of Keith Lee. She presented her early work in Virginia at numerous dance spaces and was able to showcase her chorography and acting skills at Dance Theatre of Lynchburg’s, “Leaps and Bounds, 2010 show. Carol “Chosen” Rushing passion for acting and dance has landed her various roles in many different productions.
Darryl Murchison Jr. is 27 years old and he is from Sanford NC. He graduated from Campbell
University May of 2016 with a BA Degree in Vocal Performance. He loves music but most
importantly he loves God who has given him the gift to sing and a passion for music. However,
during his earlier years of his education he began to have a passion for theater. This passion
began in middle school which led to him being in every play except one. He was in School
House Rock, Annie Jr., Christmas play, and others too. He loved the fact that he could act but
also sing as well because he loves to sing. He also did opera theater while in college which really
was a stretch for him but he enjoyed it. Lastly is that he loves anything that allows him to use the
gift of music God has given him and doing plays with music/songs added makes it even better.
Alecia Lashawn Mitchell Aka Lisa.
Lisa Mitchell was born December 20, 1971. Lisa now reside in Winston Salem, NC, which she has lived all her life. Lisa has 1 daughter and 1 son. She has 4 grandchildren, which she loves dearly. Lisa started singing at the age of 8 in a choir called “little tots.” Lisa has entered into many talents shows throughout her life. The most important of it was her singing in the church, which was from the beginning. The rewards of it all is that she was born to sing.
Lisa Mitchell attends Life Changing Transformation Church Ministry in Winston Salem, NC., where her mother Alice M. Mitchell is the Senior Pastor. Lisa has been singing on the praise team as the lead
singer at her church since it started. She has her own CD called, “I Rise.” She is currently working on a
theme song for The Gospel Stage Play, “Finding God.”
Lisa Mitchell is also a license Cosmetologist. She has been a cosmetologist for more then 20+ years.
Lisa is a child of God. Wherever she goes, her main topic is JESUS. She has no problem singing and
talking about the Bible.
Lisa said her favorite scripture in the BIBLE is, Psalm 23. FOR THE LORD IS HER SHEPHERD.
Cynthia Blair, who portrays grandma Esther considers it a privilege to be joining the cast of Finding God.
Cynthia has played major roles in other gospel plays such as, Mary in "The Journey", Mrs. Busybody in "The Meeting", and Mother in "The Storm". She also modified and played the role of Sister Newsy in "Glory Train".
She has currently been cast for a role in a movie that's soon to come. Cynthia is a Army veteran who is now serving in the Army of the Lord. She would like to dedicate her performance to the mother's of wisdom whom are still holding up the blood stained banner and her mother, the Late
Francena Blair who would look on her and laugh in amazement while shaking her head.
Kiva T Davis, whom is playing Sandra in the play “Finding God”. She has been performing in church plays since she was in grade school and she also took up drama. In her last play “Glory Train” she was sister Loosy. She is a single/ proud parent to 4 exceptionally gifted children. She feels honored to be apart of the cast for “Finding God”.
Erica Forbes Lowery is a native of the city of Winston Salem, and after graduating from the Human Services Program from Forsyth Technical Community College began her career at the Winston Salem Transit Authority. Erica is a full time wife and mother to three amazing children who keep her very busy and is well known for her passion for life and helping others. “Finding God” is actually the first play she has ever been in and she is forever grateful to WP1SoulProductions for casting her as an extra playing Nae-Nae in this production.
Steven Lowery Sr. a native son of Winston-Salem who is also a two-time graduate of the Prestigious and Historically Black Winston-Salem State University. He is a husband and a father of 3 remarkable children. A Registered Nurse and Officer in the U.S. Military by trade acting has become both an outlet and passion of his. Steven is so thankful to WP1SoulProductions for the opportunity to bring the character Robert to life.