Famecia Ward

Famecia Ward

Famecia Ward was a Kennedy Center Theatre Festival Nominee for her role as Ti Moune in Once on This Island. Her other roles include Kate in the Wild Party  and Timarete in Lysistrata at Central Connecticut State University, where she  studied biology and theater. She also played the title role in Aida (Rocky Hill Theatre Group and Windham Theatre Guild).

In 2004, Famecia made it to the second round of American Idol.

She has also been seen as Dorothy in The Wiz and in various roles in McDonald’s Salutes the Faces of Black History. In 2005, she began performing with the  Irving Street Repertory Theatre in such productions as Smokey Joe’s Café and  Your Arms Too Short To Box With God. She played the lead in Whatever It Takes, directed by Tony Award-winning Choreographer George Faison.

Famecia performed background vocals for Alicia Keys and Josh Groban during  special performances, directed by the musical genius David Foster, for the  opening of the MGM Grand at Foxwoods Resort  Casino in Connecticut.

Famecia is very excited to make her film debut as Gayle Morgan in Diamond Ruff.