ayla xuân chi sullivan

ayla xuân chi sullivan (they/them/theirs) is a Black and Vietnamese, non-binary, performance artist from the lands of the Cheyenne, Arapahoe, and Nuche colonially known as Denver Colorado.They are an actor, a playwright, a director, a poet, an educator, and a co-founder of Shift 23 Media. Harlem based, Sullivan is the inaugural New Visions Fellow of National Queer Theatre and the Dramatists Guild. Their work has been showcased at MCC Theatre, TOSOS, the LGBT Center, throughout the Denver Metro Area, and briefly in Dakar, Senegal. They have been published in American Theatre, The Dramatist, Playbill, Westword, and  303Magazine. 

Stage Credits: Hide and Hide, OVERHEARD, Jubilee for a New Vision 

Screen Credits: Girls5Eva, me and my gun, You, Me, and the FAFSA 

BFA: University of Colorado Boulder MFA: Columbia University 



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