Sabrina was born in Cleveland, Ohio to Gwendolyn Parker and Wilkin Moore Jr ( Gwen and Wilkie). One of her favorite childhood memories is walking along the rocky shores of Lake Erie hand in hand with her parents. She graduated with her bachelors degree in political science after studying three years at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio.
Sabrina was the primary care giver to her mother Gwendolyn for many years after her diagnosis with early-onset dementia. Sabrina found writing song lyrics to be very therapeutic for her own wellbeing as her mother’s condition continued to deteriorate. She attended a song writer’s bootcamp in Los Angeles where she met Deedee O’Malley, Los Angeles independent songwriter of the year. Deedee along with her writing partner, Janet Cole-Valdez had recently written a new one woman show, Waiting For Johnny Depp, A New Musical. The ladies were looking for a producer for the upcoming show and Sabrina accepted the role of producer for the production held at the Secret Rose Theatre in North Hollywood, CA January 2014. Sabrina then took the production to one of Houston TX’s largest regional theatre houses and co-presented the show along with TUTS Underground ( Theatre Under The Stars ) January 2015.
Gwen died December 2, 2014 after a 20 year battle with dementia. Inspired by her late mother Sabrina began writing the script for her play Greyson Matters in 2016. She recently finished writing her first feature film script, Unraveled.
She is married to Brian and is the proud mom to the love of her life, Briana. She and Brian currently reside in both Los Angeles and in rural Derbyshire, England.
She misses her beloved dog Ricky Martin when he stays with their daughter Briana for extended vacations and runs at the dog park with other celebrity doggies in Hollywood.
Kevin is a producer, playwright, director, musician and composer. Beginning in his formative years, when he was chosen to participate in a program for gifted children at Carnegie Hall, Kevin has pursued his passion for the arts. He has been a member of several world renowned bands and choirs, including the Grammy award winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir where he directed the horn section. He also had the privilege of performing throughout the United States and Puerto Rico at many renowned venues including Carnegie Hall. He is currently the Leader and Music Director of the JazzCatz, a Latin-Jazz-Gospel band, that has performed at many venues in and around New York City.
As a playwright, his musicals have been performed successfully since 2007. He is currently working on two projects One In A Million Musical, for which he wrote the book, music and lyrics, was successfully staged at the Mint Theatre’s in 2014 and the Riverside Theatre in 2017. His is currently working to produce an extended run of this show. He is also composing the score for the London based musical Greyson Matters.
In 2017, he was awarded “Producer of the Year” award from the Synergy Business Network. In 2018, Tony Award winner Ken Davenport’s Producer’s Prospective PRO group nominated him for two awards – “Song of the Year” and “Producer of the Year.”
As a former Vice President of corporate finance, Kevin has fused his passion for the arts with his long time understanding and commitment to enhance investor ROI. He sees the arts as an avenue of influence and recognizes there would be no art or creativity of any kind without God.
Producer / Director
Marley Singletary is an award-winning director, producer, and writer. With a passion for new works and a speciality in musical theatre, she is currently working on new projects in London, NYC, and Houston. She holds a MA in Theatre Studies from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama-University of London and a BFA in Performance from Baylor University.
Upon completion of her MA, Marley began her professional directing career in London where she worked for two years. In 2011, Marley moved to Houston, and in 2012, she began working for Theatre Under the Stars in various roles before becoming the Associate Artistic Director in 2014. While at TUTS, she co-created the new series with a focus in new works, TUTS Underground. She later joined HITS Theatre as the Director of Artistic Production. In 2017, she served as the Producing Executive Director at Queensbury Theatre where she developed a professional season which included two world premieres and one regional premiere.
Marley’s directing credits include: The Music Man (Side Show, For Tonight (World Premiere), Breaking Out of Sunset Place (World Premiere), Elf, Violet, Unlock’d (Regional Premiere), The Sweet Potato Queens (World Premiere), Bonnie & Clyde, Striking 12, First Date, Footloose, The Evils of Tobacco, James and the Giant Peach, Jr., The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Zombie Prom, and Elf Jr. Her associate directing credits include Oliver, A Christmas Story, Music Man, Waiting for Johnny Depp, Reefer Madness, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Murder Ballad, Elf, Man of La Mancha, and Edward II. Marley is a member of SDC.