A Baltimore transplant by way of Washington, DC and Silver Spring, Zunny has loved theater since her mom put her in the Capitol Ballet Guild and the Directors in turn kept her busy with roles in local DC Theater productions. Learning to tell a story to an audience be it dance, plays or cable productions is all the same to Zunny – exhilarating! Arena Stage gave her a life altering theater experience while today she blends her love of theater with teaching history, her other love. “Incredible!” is how Zunny characterizes her 13 years with performing companies, AFRIASIA & The Painted Gourd: Red & Black Voices. Zunny considers theater the greatest teacher in the world. No one was more shocked than she when the creation of intercultural shows culminated in the New York production of “Remember the Sweetgrass,” produced by the NBC Playhouse. With three plays written and produced, cable directing and writing awards under her belt, at last, Zunny, gives in to what she’s known all along, nothing satisfies like Theater! She is proud to be a part of the DCMetroTheaterArts family!