Project Post Racial

America has a race problem (among other things), and a Black, queer polyglot is its only solution.

  • André-Chance Goddard
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    Screenplay, Television Script
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    United States
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Writer Biography - André-Chance Goddard

André-Chance Goddard, originally from Houston, Texas, discovered his passion for the Arts as a member of the Youth Ensemble of Atlanta. In addition to his recent stops on tour with The Book of Mormon, like the Kennedy Center, André-Chance has performed at Lincoln Center, Yankee Stadium, and Madison Square Garden, all in the past year. In front of the camera, he has appeared in the film Un{H}armed, a short drama that focuses on the experience carried away from a close call with law enforcement. Previously, he was seen in Better to Live, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. He is a 2016 graduate of Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, where he was a student at the New Studio on Broadway. He graduated with honors and received a degree in Drama and Spanish Literature/Language.

André-Chance began his career as a singer, but after years of study in ballet, jazz, modern, and hip-hop, André-Chance was featured as a dancer all over Atlanta at spaces like the Rialto Theatre, Robert Shaw Theatre, and with the explosive Occupy Art movement in 2012. His proficiency in technical dance led him to pursue a degree in Dance from Hofstra University, where he spent a year before electing to transfer to New York University and pursue Musical Theatre.

André-Chance is truly a storyteller through-and-through; whether it be through scene, song, or movement, his passion lies in bringing a story to life, using whatever talents are most apt.

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