Brandall Jones
Connectivity Director

As someone who is passionate about sharing multicultural stories and history, Brandall Jones is elated to be part of the True Colors Theatre Company family as Connectivity Director, for the primary purpose of maintaining and building connections with the Atlanta community through meaningful partnerships and programs. Jones has been an admirer of the work of Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company for years and is especially proud of its commitment to providing career-making opportunities for artists of color in the Atlanta community.

Currently an M.A. in Arts Administration candidate at Goucher College, Jones studied Performing Arts and Theatre first at Denison University in Ohio, then at Stella Adler Conservatory in Los Angeles, and completed his performance studies at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia. While at SCAD, Jones is proud to have founded the theatre club Multicultural Alliance Theatre (MAT), for the purpose of providing leading role performance opportunities for students of color.

Jones has applied his knowledge by serving the Atlanta and South Fulton County areas for years through the development and implementation of a number of arts programs with Fulton County Arts and Culture and The Serenbe Institute for Art, Culture, and the Environment. At The Serenbe Institute, Jones dramatically expanded the impactful outreach program, called the South Fulton Area Initiative (SFAI), to include partnerships with Fulton County Juvenile Court, the Center for Civil and Human Rights, as well as Grady Hospital’s Cancer Center and Burn Unit. Jones also managed the Serenbe Fellows program, bringing preeminent thought leaders to the South Fulton community for meaningful conversations. Among the notable speakers were Terrence Roberts of the Little Rock Nine, Bishop Carolyn Tyler-Guidry, and author Gail Evans.

During his time in Atlanta, Jones has received multiple recognitions, including being named as one of the South’s Emerging Leaders of Color by South Arts (2020) and awarded the Leaders in the Arts Distinguished Fellowship by the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences (2021). Jones is also proud to serve as an Adjudicator for the 2020-21 Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards, also known as the Shuler Awards.

An adamant belief that all, no matter what their zip code or background, deserve access to high quality arts has been the driving force of Jones’ career. Jones is honored to be part of an organization that shares his passion and determination to improve access to the arts.
Brandall Jones