www.AngeliqueHenderson.com -PLEASE READ ME: This was a poem that I presented during my sophomore year at Harvard University (Fall 2011) as my final presentation for my Vocal Production For The Stage class with Nancy Houfek of the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, MA.Read more
www.AngeliqueHenderson.com PLEASE READ ME: This was a short that my good friend Cherry Park (Harvard '15) wrote, filmed, directed, and edited (and of course asked me to star in while in Los Angeles!). She made it for an application to an arts program she was applying to and we literally did everything in 3 days. - Love Angelique Henderson
I played the role of Lady in Orange and Charlene (and a random partygoer in the beginning) and am wearing orange tops throughout the play (I have a black belt around my waist in the beginning).Read more
I played the role of Lady in Orange and Charlene (and a random partygoer in the beginning) and am wearing orange tops throughout the play.Read more
Hey Harvardwood! Here's my latest YouTube video on my channel of a hip-hop dance routine I was a part of in The Eleganza Show 2013 at Harvard this past spring. I'm the 2nd model from the right. Primarily an aspiring Film/TV Actress, I also love to model, dance, and write. I'm managing myself right now so to learn more about me and my work, please visit www.AngeliqueHenderson.com -Love Angelique Henderson
My latest original poem on my Youtube channel entitled "The Perfect Father” in honor of Father’s Day. It was written, recorded, edited and posted all on the same day but constructive feedback is definitely welcome! - Love Angelique Henderson
I'm an Aspiring TV & Film Actress and am trying to hone my skills in different ways. This is an original poetic monologue entitled "You're Wrong" that I recited for a talent show themed "God's Masterpiece" in Brooklyn, NY on 3/16.Read more
This is an original poem that I recited for a kickoff event at Harvard University in honor of Black History Month. I was definitely extremely passionate about writing and reciting it as it's something near and dear to my heart.