SHUNTÉ LOFTON is elated to be returning to CSF this summer! Her previous CSF credits include Julia in "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," Alice Heminges in "The Book of Will," Celia in "As You Like It," Jess in "King Charles III" and Constance in "King John." She spent five seasons working at the American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, VA where she performed in 22 productions. Some of her favorite credits include Ophelia in "Hamlet," Princess of France in "Love's Labour's Lost," Celia in "As You Like It" and Lady Anne in "Richard III." Her selected regional credits include Perdita in "The Winter's Tale" (4th Wall Theatre Company), Esther in "Intimate Apparel" (University of Houston) and Anya in "The Cherry Orchard" (Classical Theatre Company). She is projected to graduate from the Case Western Reserve University / Cleveland Play House MFA Acting Program in 2024.
*Appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association