Digital Playbill: Invisible – The First 50 Pages

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The Fly on the Wall Series



By Douglas Lyons

Directed by Amina Robinson

Premiering Saturday, May 29 at 8:00 PM EST/5:00 PM PST


(* denotes member of Actors Equity)

Terence Archie *  Josh Davis*   Kim Exum*   Suzzane Grodner*   Imari Hardon *
Stage Directions read by Destinee Rea*

Live Technical Production by Jay Rogers

Who's Who


Douglas Lyons (Playwright)

Douglas is an actor, writer, director, composer, and playwright. His most notable writing credits include: Fraggle Rock (Apple TV), Polkadots (Atlantic Theater Company), Chicken and Biscuits (Queens Theatre), Beau (Adirondack Theatre Company) and Five Points now directed by Hamilton’s Andy Blankenbuehler. As an actor Lyons appeared on Broadway in The Original cast of Beautiful and The Book of Mormon.


Amina Robinson (Director)

Amina is an actor, director, and Professor of Acting and Musical Theater at Temple University. Amina's favorite directing credits include Sunset Baby at Azuka Theatre, Dauphin Island at Passage Theater, The Color Purple at Theatre Horizon, Seventy Four Seconds to Judgment at The Arden Theatre. Amina is also the first Black woman to win a Barrymore Award for Outstanding Direction of a Musical for The Color Purple.

Terence Archie (Alick)
Terence is a native of Detroit, Michigan and graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts. He resides in New York City playing numerous roles on and off-Broadway and regional theatre. He originated the role of Apollo Creed on Broadway as well as the German translated production (Rocky Das Musical) in Hamburg, Germany at Operettenhaus. Other credits include Broadway: Ragtime, Kiss Me Kate, and Company. Off-Broadway: The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity(Second Stage), 1776(City Center), Joan of Arc Into the Fire (The Public) Solo shows: The Peanut Prince, Frederick Douglas Free, At The Pole. Regional: All The Way, The Twelve(DCPA) Guys and Dolls, Twelfth Night(Old Globe), Two Gentlemen of Verona, Tamburlaine The Great, Edward II (STC), Arabian Nights (Berkely Rep/Arena Theatre), The Odyssey (Seattle Rep) : TV credits include The Walking Dead, For Life, Raising Kanan, Elementary, Manhattan Love Story, L&O, Madam Secretary, The Blacklist, and Blindspot.
Josh Davis (Theodore/Harold)
Josh Davis made his Broadway debut as an original cast member of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. He then went on to play Javert in the Broadway National Tour of Les Miserables. Most recently he was seen in Breathe, a new musical shot live during the pandemic at the 92nd St Y. He is also an accomplished voice-over artist whose clients include: Milk, Papa Johns, Chase, 3M and Royal Canin. He grew up in Maryland and lives in NYC.
Kim Exum (Eeemani)
Kim Exum is a mother/actor/artist based in New York City. She currently stars as Nabulungi in the Broadway company of The Book of Mormon. Favorite credits include The Book of Mormon (2nd National Tour), The Country Wife (Red Bull Theater), For The Last Time(Theatre Row), and a series of PSAs for Planned Parenthood. In addition to acting, Kim serves as a co-host on Broadway Black's critically acclaimed Off Book: The Black Theatre Podcast and a producer for The Antonyo Awards. A poet and solo performance artist, Kim won VIBE magazine's inaugural Verbal Stimulation Spoken Word Showcase in which she explored current events and familial dynamics facing the black community. "An artist's duty, as far as I'm concerned, is to reflect the times" - Nina Simone. #blacklivesmatter
Suzanne Grodner (Susan/Isabella)
Suzanne Grodner resides in New York City. BROADWAY: Beautiful - The Carole King Musical, Bye Bye Birdie and The Rose Tattoo. TOURS: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (1st National Tour), Phantom of the Opera (International Tour) and Brighton Beach Memoirs. FILM & TV: Ray Donovan, Law & Order/SVU/Criminal Intent (six episodes), Ed, Muck (Indie Film) OFF-BROADWAY: Cakewalk, Death Defying Acts, OJTJ, Sarah/Sarah and Appelemando's Dreams. REGIONAL (50+ productions) including: Vanya&Sonia&Masha&Spike (Sonia), Peter and the Starcatcher (Smee), The Great Pretender (Carol), Becky Shaw (Susan), Jane Austen's Emma (Miss Bates), Annie (Miss Hannigan), 20th Century (Ida Webb) and Angels in America (Angel, et al). Suzanne is thrilled to be a part of INVISIBLE.
Imari Hardon (Jade)
Imari (she/her) was last seen in the closing cast of Tony Award winning musical, Avenue Q. Carnegie Mellon grad and proud member of the Actor's Equity Association. In her spare time Imari is earning her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling and Psychodramatist Certification so she can provide mental health support in the Theatre community. Other favorite theatre credits include Amanda (original) in Because of Winn-Dixie, Dionne in Hair, Angel in Angels in America, and Crystal in Little Shop. Many Thanks to Douglas and team for inviting me to be a part of this magical journey. Unending love and gratitude for my supportive family, friends, pets and teachers.
Destinee Rea (Stage Directions)
Destinee is excited to spend the evening with the Invisible family. When not in quarantine, Destinee Rea, can be found playing a Bold Soul Sister with company of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. Broadway: Book of Mormon, Amelie; Regional: Sarah, Ragtime (PSF), Lorrell, Dreamgirls (NSMT) and Dorothy, The Wiz (Maltz Jupiter Theatre). Destinee is also the the Co-Founder of BOLD an organization that seeks to build up black women In the performing arts for the restoration of Culture. find her online @destineeRea @iamaboldwoman. She/her
Rhys Samuel Washington (Production Stage Manager)
Rhys is an actor, writer, and stage manager from Wallingford CT. His recent credits include Moments: A Evening of the Works of Douglas Lyons and Pippin (Ithaca College). Rhys is a recent graduate of Ithaca College’s Park School of Communications where he studied screenwriting. He would like to thank his family for all their support.

About IAMA Theatre Company

Designated by Playbill as “one of 20 regional houses every theater lover must know,” IAMA Theatre Company is a Los Angeles-based ensemble of artists committed to invigorating live performance for a streaming generation. Through cutting-edge, cool and hyper-modern stories, IAMA is invested in the immediacy of production and strives to bring audiences out of their personal space and into a shared experience. IAMA was built on ambition and determination while ensuring a steadfast commitment to equity and inclusion on and off stage. Los Angeles is one of the most diverse metropolitan areas in the world, and IAMA’s work reflects the new voices and changing attitudes that continue to shape the city, state, country and world. The award-winning company has seen many plays generated at IAMA travel to Off-Broadway, Second Stage and the Roundabout Underground, then go on to be performed regionally and internationally. IAMA members have been featured in numerous critically acclaimed TV shows and films, as well as in a vast array of theater and live performances all over the country, including Off-Broadway and Broadway. IAMA has been dedicated to developing new plays and musicals by emerging and established playwrights since 2007. IAMA is based in Los Angeles on the ancestral and unceded lands of the Gabrielino-Tongva people.

We wish to express our gratitude to the Performers’ Unions:


through Theatre Authority, Inc. for their cooperation in permitting the Artists to appear on this program.

Queens Theatre at Home is proud to continue to serve our community through online programming.
It's not possible without our generous partners.

Con Edison
Howard Gilman Foundation
Jerome Robbins Foundation
NYC Department of Cultural Affairs
New York State Council on the Arts
The Shubert Foundation

Queens Theatre


Taryn Sacramone, Executive Director

Connie Baker, Rentals and Events Manager

Victor Catano, Production Manager

Dominic D'Andrea, Director of Community Engagement

Richard Hinojosa, Director of Education

Alexis Lubin, Finance Manager

Willy Mosquera, Front of House Manager

Gregg Mozgala, Director of Inclusion

Bernadette Ott, Development Manager

Jay Rogers, General Manager

Rob Urbinati, Director of New Play Development

Sheila Xia-Ryan, Social Media Manager

Board of Directors

Executive Committee

Gary Kesner, President
Tracy Capune, Vice President
Bruce Levine, Treasurer
Mark Misk, Secretary


Georgiana Benatti
Bob Blenderman
Steve Chen
Salvatore DiMartino
Susan B. Lipsky
Irene Zoupaniotis


Frances A. Resheske, Board President Emeritus
Bill DeBlasio, New York City Mayor
Gonzalo Casals, Commissioner, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs
Donovan Richards, Queens Borough President
Michael Dockett, Queens Borough Commissioner, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation