Cheryl D. Singleton has been a theater professional for many years. Before moving to Boston in 1986, she lived in her hometown of Brooklyn, NY where she also served as business manager for a small theater company in Greenwich Village and worked as a stage manager and dresser at The American Place Theater and The Women's Project, among others.
Some of Cheryl's acting credits include work at New Rep, The Huntington, Commonwealth Shakespeare Co., A.R.T., Phoenix Theater Artists with Company One, Zeitgeist Stage, Ryan Landry and The Gold Dust Orphans, Queer Soup and Our Place Theater Company. She is a member of The Robert Cycle (improvised Shakespeare) at Improv Boston and is a former member of Musical Improv Company, which performed at Improv Boston and in improv festivals in New York, Chicago and Toronto. She has performed at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe and been seen/heard on film and television in industrials, voice-overs, commercials and on television.
Cheryl was elected to be an Amherst College Wade Fellow and spent more than four years acting as liaison between the Black students, faculty, alumni and administrators of the College. For five years Cheryl served as a director of the Nicholas Green Scholarship Fund, named in honor of a young American boy killed in Italy whose organs were donated to save and improve the lives of seven Italians. The scholarship fund was established to give gifted and driven students of high school and college age the opportunity to study abroad during the summer. She is very proud to serve the greater Boston community as a member of the board of StageSource.