Ronald is a light seeking, black, indigenous, queer, inter-sex, human, found here, in a space of grace, creating text, which is often clothed with the body through the conventions of dance, theatre, and live performance. Their work is one with a mission of social justice. It seeks to examine, question, and translate histories, and ideologies of faith, race, sexuality, and gender
Originally from Jacksonville, FL, Ronald is a 2015 graduate of Rhode Island College (B.A), and the Community College of Rhode Island (A.F.A.) Ronald has appeared in numerous readings, dance performances, and plays including Creation of the World and Other Business (Chorus), 2010; Six Degrees of Separation(Paul), 2013; and The Normal Heart (Grady), 2013. Ronald is co-creator of the film festival, The Wandering Mercuries, which toured from Providence, RI to Chicago, IL in 2012 - via bikes - making stops at libraries and communities centers in 11 cities. Ronald’s first devised-theatre piece, God Made Me Queer debuted in 2015 followed by Heurisko, in April 2016. Theatre artist, teacher, writer and speaker, Ronald works in Providence, RI and is co-founder of the interdisciplinary Providence based collaborative, The Low Mountain Top Collective.