Meet the Team
Michele Hawkins- Jones, Director of Works
A native of Washington, D.C. Received BFA from Adelphi University. Attended Lincoln Director’s Lab - Lab North in Canada. Michele has dedicated her directing career to educate and give voice to African American history by telling the stories of our ancestors whose lives have been forgotten.
Kenya Cagle was born in Bedford Stuyvesant to working parents George and Randola Cagle. At the age of 13 he began his acting career appearing on Broadway in The Negro Ensemble Company's production of Dreams written by himself and Director Bill Duke. Kenya Cagle holds an MBA in Media Management and has been involved in the film industry for over thirty years. Kenya has produced twenty shorts and features including the award winning The Miracle which was voted as the most downloaded film in 2005 at The Midnite Madness Movie Festival. His features TK - The Series, Father Dad, Rich From Within and Thug Kidz all went on to become award winning festival films.
Naeemah Brown is a Native of Harlem. In 2008, she founded Cradle in the Rock Youth Ensemble and Workshop to encourage cross-cultural exchange and adapt aspects of African culture, aesthetics and values while Incorporating other dance forms.
She received her training at Minisink Townhouse and Camp, Binghamton University where she studied theatre and dance and received her Bachelor’s of Arts. She also received her Masters from Seton Hall University.
Naeemah has toured both at home and abroad, working with and performing the works of noted choreographers.
Worked with Incarn for 7 years. 1 year with Incarn Live Virtual Theatre. Does video editing and photo video collage. Does engineering for the production when available.
A Freelance Visual Artist who manages and designs the website for Incarn Live Virtual Theatre. I received my Associate’s degree in Fine Arts from New York City College of Technology and I'm working towards my Bachelors degree. Beautiful things always capture my interest, which is why I'm committed to exploring the many forms of visuals including Photography, Video and Design.
*Project Manager, U.S. Dept. of HUD (1979-2015)
*Dabar Drama Ministry at SPCBC, (1994-2015) Acquired skills in Production,
Stage and Technical Management, Writing and Acting
*National Drama Workshop, St. Louis, MS (2006)
2008-2015 @SPCBC Stage Manager
2016-Present @ InCarn Live Virtual Theatre
*Member of the MPBC’s Writer’s Guild Ministry *Production Assistant
*ILVT Website Contributing Editor
*Correspondent and Outreach Coordinator for Special Projects
* Actor & Playwright for various MAAFA Productions,
*Creator and Producer of the “Zoom Chronicles”
*Creator & Producer of the legacy project: “Who Is?”
*Creator & Producer of Women’s Month 2022: “Honoring Our Young Women"
Born in Queens, NY, however, raised in Brooklyn, NY. I’ve been
working with InCarn Live Virtual Theatre since my Summer 2021 Internship with the New York Summer Youth Employment Program as
an Actor and Stage Manager. My hobbies include playing football, dancing to Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B and Freestyle. I will attend Penn State University in the Spring of 2023, majoring in Animal Science.
A motivated, committed, and talented Actor. While pursuing a career to be a world-renowned actor, I've also
been blessed to obtain an Associate Degree in Occupational Therapy as a Muscular Therapist. My hobbies include swimming, gardening, reading, trying new foods, and laughing with friends. In December 2021, I auditioned and was cast in InCarn’s, “Eman and the Homies”, since then, I’ve performed in numerous InCarn Live Virtual Theatre Zoom productions. I have volunteered to continue working with IncarnLive behind the
scenes as a Background and Cast Coordinator as well as acting in productions. I have always gone the extra mile, and I plan to add the best of me to IncarnLive and the world.