Jereme Raickett works both professionally and with the community as an actor, director and producer. Most recently, Jereme directed The Wiz here at PBTS. He is a graduate of Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, and after graduating he began working with many other theatres and companies including Alhambra Theatre and Dining.
Jereme has shared his gifts with PBTS as a director for The Color Purple, Smokey Joe’s Café, Fences and Memphis, in addition to portraying Jefferson in A Lesson Before Dying, Jacob in La Cage aux Folles and Toby in A Behanding in Spokane. He has also worked as a Musical Theatre instructor with Don’t Miss a Beat in Jacksonville.
Alexandra graduated from Florida State University this past May. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communication Studies and a minor in Music. Over her college career, she gained marketing, writing, editing and reporting experience from internships with WFSU Public Media, College Magazine, WJCT Public Broadcasting and Alcom Marketing and Advertising.
Ever since the 8th grade, she’s been in love with the theatre. Her first role was Dina in School House Rock Jr. From there she went on to participate in theatre at Nease High School, Summer Musical TheatreCamp in St. Augustine, the Northeast Florida Conservatory and the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival. She most recently portrayed Sarah the Blind Librarian in PBTS' own The Toxic Avenger.
Ramona spends all of her time in the creative arena. Working with artists in film and theater. She has created several short films, music videos, PSA’s, commercials, promotional videos, and documentaries. She has achieved numerous nominations and awards for her produced and directed projects, including a Gold Student Academy Award. She also stage manages, volunteers and directs at many community theaters in the Jacksonville area, Ramona is a skilled and talented mediator and communicator and is very successful at bridging the gap between creative minds and business minds. Her mission is to “raise amazing human beings and to tell powerful true stories that change lives, and make the world a better place.”