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Hi Canaan, so excited to have you with us today. What can you tell us about your story?

My acting journey began in the heart of New York City – from Hell’s Kitchen to Chelsea and the Village. It was in these neighborhoods where I immersed myself in acting classes, improv shows, and off-Broadway productions. The bustling streets of Manhattan were where I laid the foundation of my craft, and they hold a special place in my heart. One day, I aspire to return to New York City’s black box theaters – a personal goal I hold dear.

A cherished memory from those days is my participation in a vampire-themed show. I had the privilege to be part of two consecutive productions for this particular show, and the experience was exhilarating to say the least. It’s a recollection I’ll treasure forever... read complete interview here >>>>>

Canaan, thanks for joining us, excited to have you contributing your stories and insights. Do you feel you or your work has ever been misunderstood or mischaracterized? If so, tell us the story and how/why it happened and if there are any interesting learnings or insights you took from the experience?

Embarking on a life adventure as an actor, designer, entrepreneur, and all-around creative, I’ve journeyed through many twists and turns. Growing up, my parents did a great job sheltering me from the harsh realities of microaggressions, latent homophobia, and racism. They instilled in me a firm belief that I could achieve anything, but the world had its own ideas about how a young black boy should behave, leading to assumptions about... read complete interview here >>>>>

Alright – so today we’ve got the honor of introducing you to Canaan Dewey. We think you’ll enjoy our conversation, we’ve shared it below.

Canaan , so great to have you with us and thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts with the community. So, let’s jump into something that stops so many people from going after their dreams – haters, nay-sayers, etc. We’d love to hear about how you dealt with that and persisted on your path.

What drives me to persist is the ability to block out the naysayers and doubters. I’ve come to realize that there is only one “me.” I recall a time from my early childhood, perhaps before I was even 10. Back when my grandmother was alive... read complete interview here >>>>>>>

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