Jada Canty [she/her] grew up in the small town of Zephyrhills and currently resides in the Tampa Bay area where her passion began on the stage and hopefully will land behind the camera. She completed her Associate’s Degree at Pasco-Hernando State College and transferred to the University of South Florida to earn her Bachelors in Theatre with a concentration in Performance. She graduated in Spring 2020, having been in three shows during her time at USF which include The Crucible (Tituba), Caresses (Middle Age Woman/Woman), and Measure for Measure (Isabella). She also directed and presented a staged reading of Zora Neale Hurston’s Color Struckas her final project under the mentorship of Dr. Stephen Huff which discussed the theme of colorism within the black community. Jada views theater as an exploration of the human condition and diving into the emotions that are taught to be repressed, using acting as a medium to tell stories and make people think. In her downtime, she loves to read and write poetry. She is ecstatic to be making her debut with Jobsite in A Clockwork Orange and wants to thank her family & friends for supporting her on her journey as she continues to grow as an actress and artist.