Explores the bliss and blues of unexpected attraction.
Aniqua Chatman – “A Bluesy Night”
Aniqua ShaCole Chatman is an actress and playwright originally from Gary, IN. She began her career in performance at the age of 10. Her background in theater includes acting/vocal training at the Emerson Visual and Performing Arts High Ability Academy, Gary IN, acting/dance classes at The University of Northern Iowa, and on camera film study at Indy Actors Studio Workshops. Her credits list shows such as A Bluesy Night, The African Company Presents Richard III, August Wilson’s Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, and The Gifted Souls to name a few. Chatman has completed voice-over work in an online audio series Grown and Beautiful, appeared in the short film projects Oregano and Not My Pot and a feature film 5 Hours to Georgia. She also hosts numerous creative and artistic events in the city. Chatman is an alum of IUPUI. She is presently obtaining her master’s degree in Public Relations as an online student at Ball State University. Currently in the midst of her passion for performance, Chatman is sharpening her skills as an all-around artist by studying photography and further exploring adventures in writing, producing, directing, and acting in her original works. She values everything as an opportunity for growth!
‘A BLUESY NIGHT’ takes place in a street bar on a hot summer evening. Coincidence or fate, two strangers find themselves drawn into a space that was not designed for a soul connection. Together they explore controversial social topics and the overall idea of what it means to be happy. “A Bluesy Night” by Aniqua Chatman explores the bliss and blues of unexpected attraction and unexpected challenges.
• Directed by Trent K. Haw-Rich
• Performed by Aniqua Chatman Aurora, Jalen Anderson and Aaron Wright
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