Stew Cast

Mama (Lynn King)
Lynn King is a native of Kansas City Kansas and has been performing for Kansas City Audiences for over 30 years.  She received her MFA in Acting from the University of Missouri, Kansas City and has regional and national credits in theatre, commercials, and film.  During her career as a theatre instructor, she directed over thirty productions. Lynn is one of the original members of the KC Melting Pot Collective, appearing in their first-ever production of Old School Ghetto Gospel, in 2013. Lynn was last seen in BRTKC's production of A Raisin in the Sun. She also stays busy working in other capacities with KCMPT. KCMPT provided Lynn with her directorial debut in 2019 and she was privileged to be one of the all-female directors in the 2021-23. Sincere thanks to Linda, Harvey, Nicole.
Lillian (Jackie Price)
Jackie has had a passion for entertainment and performing arts since an early age! She takes pride in her part of creating memorable theatrical experiences for those in her community. Jackie received her training from the University of Central Missouri, achieving her BFA Musical Theatre degree, as well as the Tasha Smith Acting Studio. Upon completing her education, Jackie has been cast in various short films and theatre productions within the Kansas City Area. Jackie has appeared in Dominique Morriseau’s Pipeline (Unicorn Theatre), Matt Cox’s Puffs (The Coterie), and Tony Kushner’s Caroline or Change (Spinning Tree Theatre), and Marys Seacole (Unicorn Theatre). This is Jackie’s sixth production with KC Melting Pot Theatre with her last seen in Fairview. She is so excited to be back and a part of this cast!
Nelly (SyKnese Fields)
SyKnese Fields is a spoken word artist and actress from Kansas City, Kansas. She was first introduced to theater at Tennessee State University. She has since acted in commercials and community plays, including Tribulation Christmas, I Am The Gift, and The Healer. She began working with KCMPT in early 2020 and last seen in Two Trains Running.
Lil' Mama (Anaya Morrow)
Anaya Morrow is from Wyandotte, KS. She has had hands on training ever since she started performing in 2018 when she joined the KCMPT family. She debuted in Ain’t No Such Thing as Midnight Black (KCMPT), and since then starred in the film Epiphany by Lewis Morrow. She was last seen on the KCMPT stage in The Piano Lesson. Anaya enjoys the energy of performing especially live action and is looking forward to being in future productions.