ABOUT CHICHI ANYANWU
ChiChi Anyanwu started her professional career in casting at Laura Stanczyk Casting and Finnegan/Keller Casting. She has served as producer for the NOW AFRICA: Playwrights Festival. NOW AFRICA works in partnership with the Center for Art and Public Policy, the Institute of Performing Arts at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and Anna Deavere Smith’s Institute on the Arts and Civic Dialogue. NOW AFRICA’s mission focuses on bridging the continental divide and exposing communities to playwrights from the African Diaspora. Her past producing projects include workshop productions of the 1st Gen Nigerian Project at the Bank Street Theatre and the Humanitas Award -winning play Good Grief written by her sister, Ngozi Anyanwu, at the INTAR Theatre. Anyanwu serves as a diversity audience consultant for Broadway and Off-Broadway theatres. Anyanwu is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in Communication, Theater Studies minor and an African Studies Certificate.
ABOUT CHI TALENT MANAGEMENT
CHI Talent Management aims to advise, guide, and empower a diverse array of talent in the entertainment industry. We represent top-notch talent in the fields of theater, film, and television. Our company’s guiding principles of communication, creativity, and compassion. Our 3 C’s create the foundation we use to amplify our clients’ careers. In an ever-changing, complex, and dynamic industry, CHI Talent Management strives to reestablish skill, integrity, and leadership within personal talent management. Clients include: Toree Alexandre, Taylor Blackman, Keith Arthur Bolden, Tommy Bo, Esther Chen, DeLeon Dallas, Kyle Decker, Jasmine D. Ellis, Sarah Anne Fernandez, Esmeralda Garza, Mia Gerachis, Nathan James, Julian Joseph, Pepe Nufrio, Marsha Regis, Brandon St. Clair and Rachel Schur, Naren Weiss. For more info visit: www.chitalentmanagement.com