Kidjie Boyer (she/her) is a Haitian-American multidisciplinary performance artist from Miami, FL. She is currently based in Chicago and open to traveling the WORLD (when it's safer). She can act, write, direct, collaborate and so much more! She is a recent graduate of The Theatre School at DePaul University with a Bachelors in Fine Arts in Acting and a minor in Business. During her time at the Theatre School, she was named the 2019-2020 Sarah Siddons Society scholar, 2020-2021 Julia Neary Memorial Endowed scholar, and DePaul University's 2020-2021 Student Employee of the Year. She is one of the founding members of Black Artists of Today (B.A.T.), The Theatre School's first affinity group for Black identifying students. She also assisted in the creation and maintenance of Take Care DePaul Theatre, which was The Theatre School's first health and wellness campaign. Her Theatre School credits include Anathalie in Our Lady of Kibeho, Beatrice in A View From the Bridge, Asia/Gabby in the workshop reading of Tall Enough, Destiny in the radio play Trials and Tribulations, and various roles in Love and Information. Her film and voiceover credits include Rent’s Due, Garden Row, Hominidae, A House Divided, and Contact High. Keep a lookout for her first self-produced short film, Raise.
Kidjie has a deep interest in mental health, wellness, traveling, history, financial literacy, learning new things, and anything pertaining to the African diaspora. She is a student to life and an active participant in social change. Kidjie hopes to make a successful career in writing, acting on camera, and voiceover work. In addition to that, interweaving other things into her life such as: learning a few languages, reading lots of books, creating content, leading with love, and making impactful connections with great human beings. She is currently represented by Paonessa Talent Agency.
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