Sunday, March 25, 2012


In honor of the Opening Weekend for Camp Logan on April 28th & 29th and running though May 27th, the Robey Blog is featuring one character and actor every week as we count down to the opening weekend for Camp Logan.  This "sound-off" will serve as a brief introduction, a kind of insight into the life of the soldier, written from the character's point of view by the actor embodying him in this production.

This week‘s Sound-Off is from Private First Class Joseph Moses:


Bill Lee Brown (Joe Moses). Bill’s from Baltimore, MD, and loves to move the pieces on the chessboard. His moves on the theatre boards include: August Wilson’s “Jitney” (Winner - Best Ensemble - L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation Awards & Winner - Best Ensemble - N.A.A.C.P. Theatre Awards) and “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” (Winner - Best Ensemble L.A. Weekly Theatre Awards & Nomination - Best Ensemble - 2004 L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation Awards); David E. Talbert’s “He Say, She Say…But What does God Say”; Kevin Arkadie’s “Up The Mountain”; Michael Ajakwe’s “Happy Anniversary, Punk!” “If You Don’t Believe: A Love Story”, and “Body Language”; Kosmond Russell’s “The Dealership”, “The Marriage” and Kosmond Russell’s production of Judi Ann Mason’s “Eddie Lee Baker Is Dead”; Christina Harley’s “The Dreamers”; Javon Johnson’s “Cryin’ Shame”; and T. Faye Griffin’s “Spook Night”. Bill’s film credits include the recently released: “Home Invasion” (on Lifetime – March 17th & 18th); “Remarkable Power”; “Statistics”; “Hidden Blessings”; and “The Obama Effect” directed by Charles S. Dutton. His TV credits include: “Southland”; “Criminal Minds”; “Law and Order: Los Angeles”; “Without A Trace”; “The Game”; “Scrubs”; “Cougar Town”; “General Hospital”; and “The Young and the Restless”. Bill is currently recurring in AMC’s “Writer’s Room” under the direction of the incomparable Anthony Veneziale. Bill gives thanks to this extraordinary production staff, cast and crew, and a special thanks to Alex Morris for this opportunity to work with him again. PEACE.

Camp Logan is directed by Alex Morris and is a production collaboration with three production companies: Robey Theatre Company, Sparkling City Entertainment, and Juvee Productions.
Camp Logan runs April 28th - May 27th and will be held at the:
514 S. Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
For more information log onto the Robey Theatre Company's website:
Ticket information will be posted soon.

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