Kinnik is a veteran of the stage, film and screen. She finished as a Top 13 Finalist in the mega hit show American Idol. Soon after, Kinnik won the Dreamgirls competition sponsored by the Ahmanson theatre & Blackweekly.com and was flown to Italy to perform. Having done more than 30 stage plays since the last 15 years, her major theatre credits include Dream Girls, For Colored Girls and Madea’s Class Reunion. Hollywood and Broadway has taken notice of her star power. Award winning directors and producers Tyler Perry, Robert Townsend, and Kenny Leon have cast Kinnik in projects to tap into her amazing vocal range and innate acting ability. Her Film/TV credits include Trois 3: The Escort, American Idol, Playhouse 22, House of Payne, Hard Rock Cafe Presents, and Musical Theatre of Hope. Kinnik has extended her reach into the Internet and is the Executive Producer and host of refreshing new web-series featuring celebrity and entertainment news which can be seen at “Straight From The Sky”. Her greatest accomplishment to date is writing, producing and starring in “Sunday Mourning” which WON 3 AWARDS FOR BEST FEMALE LEAD, BEST FEMALE SUPPORTING LEAD AND BEST MALE SUPPORTING LEAD. The play received 7 NAACP Theatre Award nominations which included 2 personal nominations for Kinnik Sky as Best Female Lead and Best Playwright.

Sunday Mourning Cast

  • Kinnik Sky
    Kinnik Sky NOMINATED for Best Playwright and WINNER Best Female Lead
    Kinnik Sky
    NOMINATED for Best Playwright and WINNER Best Female Lead
    “KINNIK SKY YOU HAVE THE ABILITY TO GIVE US THE WOW FACTOR.” – SIMON COWELL...
  • K2
    Kaira Akita (Jocas) NAACP WINNER for Best Supporting Female
    Kaira Akita (Jocas) NAACP WINNER for Best Supporting Female
    A dynamic comedic actress, Kaira Akita is best known for scene-stealing supporting roles in the #1 box office hits Why Did I Get Married? and The Family...
  • Rhonda Morman
    Rhonda Morman Nominated for Best Supporting Female
    Rhonda Morman Nominated for Best Supporting Female
    At the age of seven, Los Angeles native, Rhonda Morman, survived a gunshot wound, and was confined to a wheelchair while being told by doctors she would never walk...
  • Juhahn Jones
    Juhahn Jones – (Chase) NAACP WINNER for Best Supporting Male
    Juhahn Jones (Chase) NAACP WINNER for Best Supporting Male
    Juhahn Jones, born in Prince Georges County Maryland has dreamed of life as an entertainer since his youth.  His interest in Theater and T.V production...
  • Trae
    Trae Ireland
    Trae Ireland (David)
    Chicago native Trae Ireland is a talented, versatile actor with an impressive list of theater, TV, and movie credits who is currently starring in two feature films: Asylum Films' Cleaver Family Reunion and...
  • Fred Thomas Jr. Dramatic
    Fred Thomas Jr.
    Fred Thomas Jr. (Christopher)
    Fred Thomas Jr. the seven time 2012 N.A.A.C.P award nominee and winner of Best Director, Best Playwright and Best Producer for his play 12’ x 9’ is an alumnus of Lincoln University...
  • SM Amber Tai
    Amber-Tai Hemphill (Jamecia) ATL
    Amber-Tai Hemphill (Jamecia) ATL
    Born and raised in Detroit, MI, Amber-Tai is no stranger to the beautiful world of theater. She began acting at the tender age of three. Throughout the years Amber has...
  • SM Tiffany Snow
    Tiffany Snow
    Tiffany Snow
    Tiffany entered the world of acting by performing poetry in the Chicagoland area for the likes of Margaret Burroughs, Mamie Till Mobley (Emmett Till’s mother), Jesse Jackson Sr., Jesse Jackson Jr, Louis Farrakhan...

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