Friday, April 7, 2017 | 5:30 pm
McGinley Center Music Room
Mia can be anybody she wants to be without a drink in her hand or a pill down her throat. Her soul is as old as Detroit’s Motown Records, yet as vibrant and ageless as Betty White. Mia was preparing to travel the world, until the world closed in and shrunk to the size of her studio apartment. Can she overcome her biggest fear that grandpa can’t help her shake?
Creative. Artistic. Visionary. Mia Raye Smith is a writer, performer, and actress as well as a proud graduate of the William Esper Studio. Mia’s most recent work includes the role of Lisa in the Web Series “Black Actress”. While enrolled in Matt Hovermen’s “Go-Solo” workshop, Mia wrote, developed, and performed her One Woman Show, “I Am Hope”, which was featured in the Emerging Artist Theatre Festival in October 2014. Her next performance will be at the United Solo Festival in the fall of 2015.