Meet the Cast of Five Guys Named Moe!
Devin is more than ecstatic to be making his debut at The Fulton. Some of his regional credits include; RENT (Signature Theatre), Sister Act (Chaffin’s Dinner Theatre), The Full Monty (McLeod Summer Playhouse), Disney’s Freaky Friday (Chaffin’s Dinner Theatre), and many more. Devin was also the 2019 Kennedy Center Region 4 MTI winner. He shares his endless gratitude to his family, close friends, Peter and Lauren at Talent House, and mostly the one above who always provides. You can follow his journey and more on IG: @devin_bowles
Grant studied at Long Island University majoring in Theatre and Fine Arts. Grant most recently appeared in The Baker’s Wife Off Broadway with J2 Spotlight with casting approved by Stephen Schwartz. They have appeared in Songs for a New World with Limelight Theater. Other favorite roles include Martin in Scouts the Musical, TJ in Sister Act at the Engeman Theatre and Lilies, or the Revival of a Romantic Drama- Off Broadway. They currently reside in New York City. IG: TheGrantEvan
Darren, from Atlanta, received his B.A. in Mass Communications at Clark Atlanta University. Lorenzo appeared in productions, on Cruise Ships; Vegas; off Broadway, Broadway, National, and International touring productions of After Midnight Quartet Leader, Vegas the Show Headliner, Legally Blonde Professor Callahan, Saturday Night Fever DJ Monty, Madagascar Maurice, Smokey Joes Café Ken/Adrian, No Strings ensemble, Fosse Leading Player, Hair Hud, Tony and Tina’s Wedding Donnie Dulce, and Once on This Island Agwe. Success is only an arm’s length away.
(No Moe/ Dance Captain)
Isaiah is grateful to be starting his summer off at The Fulton. Last seen in Smokey Joes Cafe understudying Victor and Ken. Some of his favorite credits include: The Scottsboro Boys and Choir Boy (Speakeasy Stage), Hairspray (Theater Aspen), Five Guys Named Moe (Westcheser Broadway Theater).Boston Conservatory Grad. Love to DGRW and his friends and family. @Isaiahreynolds55 he/him.
Noah Nehemiah Robinson
(u/s No Moe/Eat Moe/Big Moe)
Noah is thrilled to be making his Fulton Theatre debut in Five Guys Named Moe! Most recently, Noah was just seen playing No Moe at the Forum Theatre in Wichita Kansas in their production of Five Guys names Moe! Noah is a native to Louisville, Kentucky and studied Musical Theatre at Anderson University. During the pandemic, Noah lived in Wytheville, Virginia and performed at the Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theatre where he played: Frank N. Furter, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ziggy, Under The Boardwalk, Peaches in Country Roads, and Jerry, Christmas in the Mountains. Some of his favorite stage credits include: Seaweed, Hairspray, Mufasa, The Lion King, Flick, Violet, Lion, The Wiz, and Judas, Jesus Christ Superstar. Noah would like to thank his amazing cast, his family and friends, and most importantly his Heavenly Father! ~ “Fly big bro! This one’s for you!” www.noahnehemiahrobinson.com | Socials: @noah.502
(Four Eyed Moe)
Saidu is thrilled to perform at the Fulton Theatre! Credits include; NYC: Sinatra: Voice for a Century (NY Philharmonic), Rent (The Secret Theatre). Regional: Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Fulton Theatre), Aida (The MUNY), The Wizard of Oz (The MUNY), The Little Mermaid (Northern Stage) and Smokey Joe’s Café (Theatre Raleigh). BFA Pace University. Endless gratitude to Robert Sussuma, Wolf Talent Group, Bob Cline, his NYC tribe, his family, and everyone at the Fulton! Instagram @Saidu.is. he/him/they.
(u/s Little Moe/Four Eyed Moe/Nomax)
Stephen originally hails from Peoria, Illinois and is a 2020 Musical Theatre graduate of Bethel University in Mishawaka, Indiana. He is the first to become the Region 3 Musical Theatre recipient for the Kennedy Center College Festival. Some of his credits include The Color Purple – Cornstock Theatre, Unto Us – Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Broadway in Black @ Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe. He is excited to be making his debut here at The Fulton. @Stevefromig_
Davon is an international performer, Communications Director for Black Theatre Coalition, NYCLU Artist Ambassador, Eastern Principal Delegate for the Actors’ Equity Association, and a TED Talk alum. He is committed to using his talents to bring about substantive social change. As a performing artist, he has starred in several national and international productions, worked on several television shows, played lead in independent films, and performed on stages all over America as well as Southeast Asia. During the pandemic, Davon garnered over 118,750 views with a reach of over 750,000 with his podcast “The Receipts w/ Davon Williams.” A two-time Anthem Award Winner for his work in equity, diversity, and inclusion, he authored the nationally recognized Black Theatre Matters Bill. His work has been covered in Deadline, Forbes, CBS, Playbill, The Daily Beast, Broadway World, 60 Minutes, and numerous other platforms and publications, but today… he gets to be an actor. This premere is made possible thanks to his family, friends, ATB Talent, DeMone, Tyler, and Bob Cline. <3 @Daywilling