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Please help me get the word out and #Sophiemariewhite #Justbeyou #Chicagomed #Onechicago #oliverplatt #Briantee
This is a article I did a few weeks ago, click here to go to the article.

FILM “That Will Come With Time”: An Interview with local actress Sophie WhiteBill Arceneaux - Contributing Writer September 13th 2019 It’s a brave thing, to be in front of a camera. The idea of the device adding weight is only as true in the eye of the beholder, as are anxiety and vulnerability. As a performer, you have the audience in mind, sure, but also those on the set: the director, the crew, the other actors, etc. It’s almost like you’re performing at twice the capacity you were expecting to, all at the mercy of expressing the illusion of movement, and a white lie of honesty.  Alone, all of that would be more than enough for any person to handle.  Add being a trans individual on top.  -ADVERTISEMENT- There’s this awful stigma that follows people identifying as trans, one that surely makes employment o…
I am humbled to have been chosen to play Dr. Violet and give a voice to transgender women everywhere.

When I was contacted to audition for the part of Dr. Violet I jumped at the chance for two reasons.


The first reason is that I have so much in common with Dr. Violets. It’s not like I am playing a part. It’s like I am just bearing my soul for everyone to see. The second reason was to work with the gifted and talented Tommye Myrick. I could not pass up this opportunity. Now is the time for transgender people to be who they are and stand up.

Voices in the Dark Repertory Theatre Company
proudly presents
TRANS SCRIPTS - PART l: THE WOMEN So far this year, 19 transgender individuals have had their lives cut short by murder in this country. And in an era when suicide is already the second leading cause of death among teens and young adults, young people who identify as sexual minorities are estimated to be two to seven times more likely to commit suicide than their heterosexual, gend…