“There are so many unsung heroes who have the paved the way for so many of us to become the people we are today. They are the everyday people who inspire and empower us all. They are the people who may never win awards or receive any accolades, but they are the heroes that instill in each of us the power of possibilties.”
A native of Birmingham, AL, Erich received his BFA from Birmingham-Southern College. His Broadway credits include the Who’s Tommy and Chicago. He was a part of the national tours of Dirty Dancin’, Ragtime, Sunset Boulevard, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Dreamgirls, and Jelly’s Last Jam. His television appearances include roles on 30 Rock, One Life to Live, All My Children, and Guiding Light. He has worked in editorial fashion at VOGUE, GQ, VANITY FAIR and GLAMOUR magazines.
A native of Birmingham, Al, Erich McMillan-McCall has found pretty steady theater work on stage, but his latest venture, as founder of Project 1 Voice, puts him behind the scenes, as the leader of a national initiative to put black theater companies in the spotlight.
“It is imperative that our community spark renewed interest in the arts, the artists, and the organizations which nurture them.”
PROJECT1VOICE is proud to take on the challenge of trumpeting our artistic resources so that they can sustain themselves now and into the future.
“We all have the same purpose — to let the country know that black theaters are important parts of the community, and in many cases, they’re struggling.”