("Judgment Day")

Questioning motives and faith, this piece asks what if God is held responsible for all of the injustices that African Americans have endured. Thought-provoking and raw, we are left to ponder free will, destiny and culpability.


Juliette Jeffers is a Caribbean-American actor, writer, director, producer and teaching artist.  She has four solo shows... “Batman and Robin in the Boogie Down” (Bronx Council on the Arts Award, Drama Desk and NAACP noms) “Chocolate Match.com”, “Pan Gyul” and she is honored to premiere her fourth solo show, “Judgment Day” at this year’s festival.

On screen, she has appeared in thirteen films, over twenty guest star TV roles and over fifty national commercials. Her most recent film, “Lemon” was an official selection of the Sundance Film Festival this year.

As a teaching artist, Juliette has helped several of her students create their own solo shows. She co-directed one of her students who won the One Festival award for Best Solo Show in NYC. Juliette just started teaching inmates at a local correctional facility and is truly inspired. For more info, go to www.juliettejeffers.com or soloshowworkshops.com.