Rondrell McCormick

Rondrell McCormick

Rondrell McCormick performed in Bella: An American Tall Tale as an alumnus of the Sundance Institute Theatre Lab at MASS MoCA. He is the creator of the hit web series The Wesley’s, a long-form public service announcement, Black Women Talking, and Vol. 1 A Post Racial America (Highways Performance Space and Gallery).┬áTelevision credits include Joseph McNeil in FEBRUARY ONE: The Story of The Greensboro Four (PBS) and D-Mac in Channel 00 (Spike). Theatre credits include Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Center REPertory Company, San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle nominee for ensemble), Othello featuring John Douglas Thompson and All’s Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare and Company), Still Standing (Vitality Productions), A Christmas Carol and a workshop of The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window featuring Michael Stuhlbarg (American Conservatory Theater), and Philistines featuring Jack Willis. Rondrell earned a BFA from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and an MFA from American Conservatory Theater.