She graduated from Emerson College’s BFA Acting Program in 2015. She is dedicated to collaboration and changing the perspectives of diversity, ethnicity, and gender norms through theatre. Her goal is to utilize theater in making uncomfortable conversations happen. She strives to make today’s theatre genuinely reflect and mirror the world as it is “now”.
Her roots in classical theater have given her amazing opportunities of traveling England, Washington DC, and Boston. Her previous endeavors have enabled her to work for amazing Boston Theater organizations such as Arts Emerson (Creative Producer), Huntington Theatre (Casting/Producing Apprentice), and Bad Habit Productions (General Manager), and The Theater Offensive (Programs Administrator).
Outside of theatre Tonasia has passions for Boxing, Indian food, and Post Impressionism Art. She is extremely excited to start working with Brown Box Theater Project as their new Artistic Outreach Manager.
Gracie Cadogan is currently pursuing a BFA in Theatre Education at Emerson College with a minor in Hearing in Deafness. Gracie is a Boston native and was born in raised in Dorchester. In her spare time she can be found working as a stagehand for the Stagehand Union of Boston Local #11. Gracie is super excited to start working with Brown Box as the social media manager and increasing Brown Box’s lively and engaging online presence.