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Jada, Denver-raised and NYU-trained, has a vast artistic experience across many stages. She is an actor, director, playwright, and teaching artist who resides in beautiful Colorado, where she is a proud artistic company member with Curious Theatre Company and an Associate Artist with Local Lab Theater. She holds an undergraduate degree from New York University's, TISCH school of the Arts and the Gallatin Division, and a graduate degree from the Institute for Advanced Theatre Training (ART) at Harvard.
TheatreWorks USA|A Tribe Called Tubman|2020
22Eleven, LLC|The Dance|2020
Tipping Point Solutions | CMAOD Films |Walden Scenario 2017
Rocky Mountain PBS|Colorado Experience|2013
"Jada Roberts' performance as the woman is one of the film's strongest points"
Official Selection 2011 Cannes Film Festival
Semi-Finalist 2010 Mid-Atlantic Black Film Festival
Official Selection 2011 Texas Black Film Festival
Best Drama Winner 2011 New York International Film festival in NY
Best Drama Winner 2011 New York International Film Festival in LA
True West Award Winner
"Jada Suzanne Dixon stuns as Charles’ wife, Olivia! This artist’s ability to address the psychological impact of racism, while addressing the issues of women’s rights in the context of the couple’s personal life, astounds."
“A Tribe Called Tubman,” from TheaterWorksUSA, is the most fully realized, incisive and moving of the shows..the play stars Jada Suzanne Dixon as a serene and commanding Harriet Tubman..."
New York Times
"All of Brunstetter’s characters are richly drawn, and the cast does each full justice: Jada Suzanne Dixon, who gives Macy dignified reserve — and resolve."
"Chelle...is given a quietly moving performance by Jada Suzanne Dixon, who makes her both sturdy and vulnerable..."
"...you’ll not see a better ensemble playing off each other with such fine aplomb, the bar has been raised"
The Denver Post
"Jada Dixon, sitting in shadow during the evening’s final moments, commands your attention. You see it all on her face – Shatique’s weariness, rage and pain; her intense and terrible loneliness – and can only wonder at the courage it takes to reveal such emotional depths"
"...Dixon finds an unspoken subtext that comes to the fore with an intensity that is both natural and painful..."