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InViolet: Word on the street is that one of your first big jobs was assisting Gregory Mosher on Broadway’s That Championship Season (starring Kiefer Sutherland, Jason Patric and Chris Noth). What was that whole experience like for you?
Otoja: Because of LAByrinth, I was often able to attend/work their annual company retreat. One HUGE benefit was working on a staged reading and being directed by Tony Winner Gregory Mosher. I learned so much in a weekend and when it ended hated the fact that I couldn’t learn on THAT level. Ironically months later, one of my favorite plays was coming to Broadway and to be directed by the same man who I respected immensely months prior. Jason Miller’s “ That Championship Season ” changed my life. It deals with basketball players celebrating a twenty year HS reunion at their coaches home. I knew that play because it was my life— so I instantly reached out to Gregory and I was fortunate enough to assist him in his Broadway revival. That Championship Season gave me the courage, respect and knowledge of what elite creativity, professionalism and what the work truly is. To work with that company and such actors as Jason Patric, Kiefer Sutherland, Chris Noth, Brian Cox and Jim Gaffigan was truly a dream experience and every single day that goes by I count my blessings. I love each and every one of them and their support for me throughout my burgeoning career has been constant.
InViolet: Can we talk about Stonewall? Big movie. Big role. Have we told you that we’re proud of you??
Otoja: I shot the feature film “ Stonewall “playing the iconic Trans Pioneer M arsha P Johnson . She will forever be a part of my life. I’m extremely proud of this film and the role because of that important part of American history and being able to portray, one of the many, strong black woman. A dream role that I was grateful to obtain because I did the work. Developing her character and ultimately treating Marsha with the respect that she deserved. The film was directed by Hollywood legend Roland Emmerich and one of the most talented writers in present day, Jon Robin Baitz. To be able to work with those brilliant artist and adding my own artistic merit to that production is something I still strive to attain today. And if anyone has a problem with that I will just say “pay it no mind”… (hope you saw what I did there). :-p.
InViolet: You mentioned being excited about the array of strong female leads currently on Broadway. Yes, Otoja! We love supporting lady theater artists! What shows have your attention?
Otoja: I grew up in a household with my sister and mother whom are both strong women. The respect and adoration for women is in my bones. With all that said, as a fan, I’m looking forward to seeing Cate Blanchett on Broadway in “ The Present “. Been a fan of Cate forever. She is so alive and exudes such fluidity with how she can bounce back from stage and screen and that’s something I want to do. I’m also looking forward to Bette Midler in “ Hello Dolly ” and Glen Close in “ Sunset Boulevard “. This will be a strong seasom for female leads and I will do my part to support.
InViolet: What’s next for you?
Otoja: Next for me is returning to NY (I’m in LA as this interview is being conducted) and from their making sure my puppy, Willa, is all right. It sounds ridiculous but I’ve learned to simplify things in my life and from there I can put all other things in perspective… In the professional world (MOST IMPORTANTLY) I’m continuing to push a spec-pilot “ Harlem Knights ” that I co-created, produced and stared in that I’m pitching to producers. It’s a journey to get your work out there but I’m pretty confident that this story has legs and once it opens a specific door I can bring all of InViolet and our support team with me!
You can follow my journey on twitter , instagram @ ohabit and on Facebook : @ Otoja Abit.
InViolet InFocus – Juan Francisco Villa.
Juan talks Chicago vs. NYC, how the election has focused his approach to his work.
InViolet: How do you identify in the theater world?
Juan: An actor, a playwright, a teaching artist, and an artivist.
InViolet: Tell us about your InViolet journey so far.
Juan: September of 2011 is when I became a company member of InViolet along with Erin Mallon, Bernardo Cubria, Sam Thomson and Bixby Elliot . It’s been a great place to hear my plays heard out loud as I continue to explore my voice as a writer. It’s been gratifying to witness the makeup of the company become more diverse because it lends itself to different perspectives. Co-Artistic Directors Angela Razzano and Michael Henry Harris give anyone in the company the opportunity to spearhead an idea with it being on you to oversee it. I have seen the extraordinary success of Second Monday Social led by Marguerite Stimpson and Bixby Elliot . The company’s desire to flex our artistic by directing, acting or writing led to the down and dirty series called One Night Stand . Bernardo was behind its initial inception producing the first one and it has become one of our consistent hits.
It’s been great to have a support system for any new plays that I am exploring. I have had readings of Don Chipotle, Gen-tried, El Dargon del Village, Wanna be Starting Something…, and Can you hear me…now?.

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