Cheyenne is a New York-based arts administrator and creator. She has held positions in theatre operations, production management, and educational theatre. She is an adept administrative assistant and coordinator.
Cheyenne completed her B.A. in Arts & Entertainment Management at Purchase College. She was awarded the Jandon Business of the Arts Award for her contributions. Her studies at Purchase College culminated in a research project on the financial models of Black theaters.
Cheyenne continued studying the legacy of Black theater organizations and the stories they tell. She completed her M.A. in Black Theatre History and Narrative at New York University in May 2019.
In her spare time, Cheyenne enjoys reading sciene fiction and fantasy novels, cooking, and sun bathing. She also enjoys dramaturgy, voice acting, and blogging about the arts.
Oct 2021 - Present
MODERATOR - MUSICAL THEATRE FACTORY POC ROUNDTABLE
Oct 2019 - Present
PROJECT MANAGER, BLACK THEATRE COMMONS
September 2017 - May 2018
FESTIVAL MANAGER, GALLATIN ARTS FESTIVAL
PRODUCTION MANAGER, MIND-BUILDERS CREATIVE ARTS CENTER
BA PURCHASE COLLEGE, SUNY
Cheyenne received her Bachelor of Arts in Arts Management with a minor in Theatre and Performance in May 2017. While at Purchase College, she was awarded merit scholarships for exemplary academic achievement and the Jandon Business of the Arts Award for my work in arts management.
MA NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, GALLATIN SCHOOL OF INDIVIDUALIZED STUDY
Cheyenne completed her Master of Arts in Individualized Study at New York University where her concentration was Black Theatre History and Narrative. Her thesis, Black Millennials and Black Theatre, focused on using representations of young people in Black theatrical programming in order to sell subscriptions and memberships to millennials and generation z.