London Bridgez

Spoken Word Poet & Actress

Contact Me

New York, NY, 10011 USA

Links:

Website   

Physical Attributes:

Age Range:

24-38

Ethnicities:

African Descent, African American

Attributes:

  • Female (gender),
  • 5' 4" (height),
  • 150 lbs (weight),
  • Curvy (build),
  • Black Hair (hair),
  • Brown Eyes (eyes)

Representation:

Manager

  • New York, NY

Skills:

Body language Carriage/Poise Drivers License
Enunciation/Clarity High Level Administrative Support keen memory
public speaking Shakespeare Training spoken word poetry

Roles:

Theater

Title Role Position Director/Company Location
The Tempest
Gonzalo
Simmons College Student Production
Boston, MA
Orator
Vday Student Collab Show
The New School for Public Engagement
New York NY
Poet
Variety Show Cast Member
ARTiculation
Boston, MA
Word Out
Poet & Actress
Urbintel
New York, NY

Education & Training

School Teacher Degree/Course Location Year
The New School
Riggio's Honors Writing Program
New York, NY
2014

Career Highlights/Additional Info:

  • London Bridgez is a lyricist whose live performance is rooted in spoken word poetry & soul infused hip hop can be performed vocals only or accompanied by a live band instrumentation or scratch master DJ.
  • Featured on SoulTrain.com
    Hip-Hop Can Engender Positive Change: London Bridgez
    http://soultrain.com/2013/04/16/hip-hop-can-engender-positive-change-london-bridgez/
  • List of Performance Credits
    2012 Afro Punk Battle of the Bands contest, Nuyorican, Williamsburg Jazz Center Brooklyn, Tutuma Social Club Manhattan, The Indigo Lounge Los Angeles, Manhattan Neighborhood Network TV One Different Community Voices Show, Nashville based BB KING’s Restaurant & Lounge, Boston Greenfest, Greenpoint Gallery Series NYC, The Strand Theater- Boston, Acoustic Soul Lounge- Manhattan, Alan Khazei for Senate Fundraiser, MIT, Stir It Up Jamaica Film & Music Festival, Northeastern University, National Poetry Awards- Raleigh NC, Beantown Jazz Festival and a variety of college campus tours.

    Her social justice performance credits include Bayard Rustin Community Breakfast sponsored by the Aids Action Committee, a YWCA fundraiser to support the production of VDAY Lawrence, Queer Women of Color Week- OUTSPOKEN, Provincetown Women of Color Weekend, the Hispanic & Black Gay Coalition Panel Series, National Day of Silence , NYC Pridefest Stage, Boston Dyke Fest, Stargaze Conference, Sister's Talk Radio and the Aids Walk Boston Opening Ceremonies.