THOMIKA MARIE BRIDWELL is pleased to be making her SpeakEasy debut. Raised in Roxbury, MA, she is grateful for the opportunity to return to live theatre in her beloved hometown, doing the thing that she loves most: acting. During the quarantine, Thomika was honored to continue to hone her craft, working on virtual productions of Monologues (Greater Boston Stage Company); When I Grow Up (Wheelock Family Theater/Boston Theater Marathon); Freedom Calls (TC 2 Theater New Play Festival); and Corona Came Calling (Playwrights' Platform Festival) to name a few. In New England, she has appeared in Miss You Like Hell (Company One); For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enough (Praxis Stage); Coriolanus (Praxis Stage); and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Boston Theater Company). Thomika has also appeared in numerous productions in New York City, New Jersey, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles. (she/her)
Winner of the 2020 Inaugural Antonyo Award for Best Play, presented by Broadway Black! “Raw, blistering, hilarious, and engaging” (Chicago Sun-Times), BLKS follows three twenty-something Black women trying to find intimacy and purpose in a city that doesn’t seem to care about them. In …
Your donation sets the stage for a new season of Boston's most intimate, entertaining and provocative plays and musicals. Our shows make powerful connections with our audiences-- and they are only possible because of you.
SpeakEasy Stage Company and the Calderwood Pavilion reside on the ancestral and unceded lands of the Massachusett people. We acknowledge the truth of violence perpetrated in the name of this country and commit to uplifting the voices of those who have historically been left out of the conversation. To learn more, visit our land acknowledgement page.