Cast and Crew Bios

Kelsey Milbourn (she/they) is a KS native and TCU graduate with a BFA in musical theatre and independent study in modern dance. She’s adjunct faculty for the BFA theatre program at TCU and is an actor and dance/fight/intimacy choreographer in the DFW area as well as a stilts instructor for Amphibians Tadpoles for 4 years. Some of their recent acting and choreo work includes projects at Stage West, Circle Theatre, DTC, Undermain Theatre, Amphibian Stage Productions, WaterTower, Danspiek NYC, Cape Fear Regional. She’s been artistic associate of the Trinity Shakespeare Festival for a decade and a proud recipient of the Tarrant County Theatre League award as well as Dallas Observers best actor of 2020 award. This is their first produced play.


Hi, my name is Jasmine Segar (she/her). I am a actor from Orlando, Fl with a background in mixed martial arts, movement, and stunt work. I am best known for my work with PRISM Movement Theatre. I had a pretty awesome lead role playing a female MMA fighter in a piece called Bruises: Animal vs Machine. We took this wordless piece and toured it around a few parts of South East Dallas, where sources of entertainment were more or less non existent. It was an amazing experience that filled me with purpose and passion! And now, the story of La Maupin has sparked that same feeling!! I love this story! I love that we are moving past the norm and entering into a world of equality and acceptance! What a powerful idea!! I hope you all enjoy the show!! 🎭

Mitchell Stephens (he/they) is an actor, choreographer, movement and teaching artist based in DFW. A proud member of the DFW community, Mitchell is happy to be back at Prism! Mitchell’s work can be seen across the metroplex! A graduate of TCU, Mitchell is ready to dove back into the world of theatre!

Shanthany Wilkerson (She/her): Musical Theater and performing are my life! My passion. I am so grateful for this opportunity and will work very hard to give the best performance. Thank you for your time!

Mace (They/he) is a junior studying Theatre at Meadows School of the Arts SMU. This summer, Mace will travel to Tel Aviv, Israel on a university research grant to study Ohad Naharin’s Gaga movement method. Mace has assistant directed for Kara-Lynn Vaeni in educational and professional theatre settings. Recent performance credits include: Jude (Jude), Bobbie Clearly (Mitch), Lysistrata (Lampito), A Midsummer Nights Dream (Cobweb). 

Hey, Hey everybody! I’m Tre’mon Estes (He/Him), you can call me Trey for short. I’m more than excited to be apart of my first Prism Movement project. Being apart of something new always give me a familiarly refreshing rush. Although dance and movement stole my heart, combat, tumbling, performing stunts and eating food can steal it at any moment. You may have seen me in some of my latest endeavors such as SEUSSICAL at Artisan Theatre Center, CATS at Firehouse Theatre, and AIDA at Plaza Theatre Company.

I would like to give a special thanks to YOU, yes YOU, for showing your support and embarking on the adventure.

Steven Smith Theatre; Cinderella ( costume designer, Theatre Coppell), The Dallas Opera (Costume Coordinator 2022). Film; South Of Heaven (costume supervisor), The Senior (set costumer), Alien Zombie Attack (assistant costume designer). Steven holds a BFA in Theatre Studies from SMU.

Armando Monsivais holds a B.M. and M.M. in music performance from Southern Methodist University. His sound designs incorporate original compositions from various styles like Mexican folk, Hip- Hop, Classical, Jazz, and Rock-n-Roll, but always catering to the needs of the show. Armando has sound designed and composed for Luchadora (Cara Mia Theatre), Prime-Time for Murder (Pegasus Theatre), Searching for the Six Flags of Texas (Cara Mia Theatre), Ursula (Cara Mia Theatre), Pizcas (Teatro Dallas), Tlatli-When we Were Earth (Teatro Dallas), and The Siege of Numantia (UNT Theatre Department) among others. Mr. Monsivais has also worked as an actor with Cara Mia Theatre, Shakespeare Dallas, Dallas Children’s Theater, and Laboratorio de La Mascara (Mexico City). You can currently catch him in Teatro Dallas’ film production of The Monster in his Labyrinth as Diego Rivera. 

Zoe Kerr is a director, playwright, and screenwriter splitting time between New York City and Dallas. She holds a BFA in Theatre from Southern Methodist University and has had her work produced throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex while working with Jonathan Norton at the Dallas Theater Center, Calamity West at Jackalope Theatre, and Franky Gonzalez at the Bishop Arts Theater Center. Her work has been shown to sold-out audiences with Prism Movement Theater, and seen virtually by over 40,000 viewers across the world. Zoe has received a Dallas-Fort Worth Critics Forum Award for her movement play Everything Will Be Fine, a Dallas Film Alliance Critics Choice Award for her short film Out of Hand, and was a semi-finalist at the Austin Film Festival Stage Play Competition with her magical realism play Heartless Bitch. Most recently, Zoe was named a semi-finalist in the 2022 GrubStreet Emerging Writer Fellowship.