Also an accomplished trombone player Otis Lockhart has played with some of the most renowned jazz musicians in the world. He appeared with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra in New York with such jazz greats as trumpeter Marcus Belgrave and jazz trombonist Wycliffe Gordon. Otis appears in the Who’s Who in Music. He won the Solo Trombone Competition for the Detroit Symphony Civic Orchestra and played with them for thirteen seasons. He has toured with the US Collegiate Wind Bands European Tour. He will be appearing in the Sphinx Orchestra Competition Finals Concert this coming January 27th – 30th in Detroit.
Adrianna White Eagle – (Playing Little Pamela Peak) is an eleven year old child performer that has been entertaining audiences since the age of three. Adrianna has a passion for acting as well as singing. Her first professional role came at the age of nine when she landed the role of Helen in the play A Christmas Story. Adrianna is currently moving from Orlando Florida to Los Angeles to further pursue her career. She was the co-lead in the television pilot Retro News and is featured in the upcoming film The Great New Wonderful. She has appeared on Nickelodeon’s Splat and Slime Time Live as well as The Travel Channel’s A Fan’s Guide to Walt Disney World. Adrianna has also done regional and national commercial voice over work. She looks forward to more exciting years ahead.
Lee Aaron – (Playing Little Timmy Lysinger) is a 12 year old 7th grader from Spencerville, OH. Lee has appeared in the independent film Death By Design and a second hand smoke educational video for the American Cancer Society. He is a model for Meijer and nationally for WalMart and Owens Corning. In addition to appearing in local fashion shows, Lee is very active in dance, sports, and music. Lee has competed nationally in the AAU Junior Olympics and USATF Nationals High Jump. He is a 4th year member of a competition dance team in tap, jazz, lyrical, ballet and hip hop and a 4th year member of the Dayton Boys Competition Gymnastics Team. He is currently a member of the junior high choir and percussion section of the band, specializing in the snare drum.
Paul Mastrantonio - (Playing Little Paul Nancarrow) is an up and coming actor from the Chicago area. Paul was the First Runner Up in the IMTA New York Acting Competition. He has won numerous honorable mentions including Pre-Teen Actor of the Year, and the IMTA Cold Reading Competition, as well as in two other categories. Paul is extremely talented in comedy and improvisational work. He has attended The Second City Training Center in Chicago and appeared in The Last Laugh Theatre Ensemble Show for Second City. Paul has appeared in several films including Kids and Kind Strangers for TenHill Productions. Paul also performs in radio voice over work.
Cori Teague – (Playing Little Pat Mitchell) hails from Southern California and is no stranger to Pamela Peak Productions. Cori has appeared in commercials produced by Pamela Peak in southern California. Colorblind is her first feature film work. She is active in school acting and talent productions and is an exceptional gymnast.
Brandon DuBois – (Playing Little Brian Kincaid) lives in Novi, MI. Since a very young age Brandon has loved to act and to entertain. He has appeared in such local productions as Anton in Stewart Little, The Errand Boy in A Christmas Carol, and recently played the lead as Roland in The Emperor’s New Clothes. Brandon is a very talented young performer with a bright future ahead!
DeJorie I. Monroe – (Playing Little Donna Person) is a native of South Carolina. DeJorie has appeared in over nine theatre productions including such shows as The Miracle Worker playing the Maid’s daughter Martha, The Little Princess, and Christmas On Ice for Iceland USA. DeJori is a figure skater. She takes performing and acting training seriously and it shows. Colorblind is her first feature film experience and we are sure there will be many more to come.
Victoria Leigh – (Playing the “Tough Girl at the Lockers”) is a young actor from Detroit with a true love for performing. She is a natural actor who takes direction extremely well and is very dedicated to the roles she plays. At the age of seven Victoria left a sick bed to “make the curtain” in a local Detroit production in which she played Harriet Tubman. She has appeared in numerous community theatre productions and was recently signed by one of Detroit’s top talent agencies, The I Group.
Special Thanks to The Cerveny Classmates whose Children Represented Them in this film: Classmate Linda Arvo (daughter Alisha Braddock, budding actor and model), classmate Catherine Matthews (daughter Daly Matthews-Pennenan), classmate Karen Lindow (sons Alexander and David McGuffie), and classmate Doug Pedder (daughter Michelle Pedder).
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