Emeka Guindo

EMEKA GUINDO (Fleance) Broadway/Off-Broadway: Tom of Warwick in Camelot (Lincoln Center Theater), Young Martius in Coriolanus (The Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park), Gus in Medea (Harvey Theater at Brooklyn Academy of Music). Television: “The Blacklist,” “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” “The Good Fight,” “Through the Woods.” Film: Weathering with You, Here After, A Case of Blue. Emeka is a native New Yorker, born and raised in Brooklyn. He is super excited to be a part of this production and to work with this incredible cast and creative team.

Bobbi MacKenzie

BOBBI MACKENZIE (Macduff’s Child) (she/her) 17-year-old Bobbi MacKenzie is an actress, songstress and all out performer who made her Broadway debut as an original cast member of the Tony nominated School of Rock. In the early part of 2015 Bobbi’s voice and presence caught the attention of the legendary Andrew Lloyd Webber who later went on to personally offer her the principal role of Tomika in School of Rock at the Winter Garden Theatre and welcomed her to Broadway. At the age of 10 years old Andrew Lloyd Webber’s vision for Bobbi MacKenzie continued to reveal itself as he requested that Bobbi represent School of Rock at the “Broadway at the White House” event hosted by Michelle Obama. Bobbi has since been on Good Morning America, The Today Show, The View, The Wendy Williams Show, TEDxPortland, The Tony Awards and numerous local Portland, Oregon TV programs. Bobbi has also recorded/worked with the Grammy award winning producer Rob Cavallo on “If Only You Would Listen” featured on the School of Rock original cast recording. In 2017 Bobbi made her TV debut on NBC’s “Chicago PD” as she solidified a reoccurring role as Kevin Atwater’s (LaRoyce Hawkins) little sister Vinessa Atwater and has worked with executive producer Eriq La Salle. Since then Bobbi has also appeared on an episode of IFC’s “Documentary Now!” and “CHAD” on TBS. Bobbi made her debut singing the national anthem for the NBAs Portland Trailblazers and has since performed for the Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings, New York Knicks, New York Rangers, New York Jets, Atlanta Hawks and the San Francisco 49ers. Bobbi can currently be seen in the short film Homeroom which showcases the trials of a homeless eighth grade student in New York City and “Another Day” which follows a young black girl’s experiences navigating through Portland’s predominantly white schools.


Review Quotes

Coming soon!


Back | Home