Rodney Earl Jackson, Jr. made his Broadway debut in “The Book of Mormon” and was last seen at American Conservatory Theatre in the West Coast premiere of “Toni Stone”, prior to that he traveled North America in the first national tour of Motown: The Musical. A San Francisco native who built his love and foundation for art and theatre in public city organizations such as SFartsEd, San Francisco Recreation and Park’s Young People’s Teen Musical Theater Company, and the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts’ where he graduated from the theatre department. He is now the Artistic Director and Co-Founder of the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company (SFBATCO), a 5-year-old non-profit Theatre Company that produces live theater that strives to reflects the experiences of the Bay Area’s historically and currently marginalized communities. My non-profit organization supports artists through creative development, full productions, and mentorships that aspire to engage a new generation of live theater supporters. Other theatre credits: Berkeley Repertory “Ain’t Too Proud: the life and times of the Temptations”, San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company “I, Too, Sing America”. @rodneyearljacksonjr