Chukwuma Obasi is the Arts & Humanities Program Assistant. He holds a BA in Communication (double minor in musical theatre and dance) from SUNY Geneseo, class of 2005. Obasi joined TE’A (Theatre, Engagement & Action) as an actor and writer at its inception in 2008, when it was a new theatre company partnering with Intersections to produce Under The Veil. TE’A has since become an Intersections partner.
As a performing artist, Obasi continues to work in theatre, film, and television, using his talents as dancer, writer, choreographer, director, producer, and spoken word poet. Recent and current theatre projects with TE’A include Cadence: Home, The America Project, and a new untitled work with The Hattiloo Theatre Company in Memphis, Tennessee which he is writing and co-directing with Fred Johnson as part of the Retaliatory Violence Insight Project, an initiative of Intersections and George Mason University.