Ashley W. Grantham is a native North Carolinian, having completed undergraduate work with a Bachelors from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. His work has been primarily small regional work, and community theatre with an emphasis in non–profit theatre companies for the past twenty years. His primary interests are voice and speech work, consisting of various Period Style acting, extensive dialect work and he has a propensity for the work of Shakespeare. Ashley wishes to create substantial and re-affirming work through his interest in Queer and Feminist Theatre. His primary focus and passion is to create thorough, visionary and life-affirming experiences with Students, Faculty and the community to cultivate a life-long love of the Arts within a safe space. For fun, you can catch him watching classic films such as Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, or singing Don’t Cry for Me Argentina (in the show key). In all seriousness, Let us live in our Questions. The Great Work Begins.