Domino D’Lorion (he/him) is a queer, Afro-Boriqua, actor, playwright, teaching artist & drag queen (Lady Cummeal) in the Twin Cities, originally from Chicago, IL. An alum of The Chicago Academy for the Arts, The Northwestern National High School Institute Theatre/Musical Theatre Program (Cherubs), and the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program with a minor in Business Management from the Carlson School of Management. He has appeared in Under the Gaslight with the Minnesota Centennial Show Boat, Boudica in the Dowling Studio at the Guthrie Theater, his award-winning original show STOOPIDITY at the Minnesota Fringe Festival, Hit the Wall at the Southern Theater with Mixed Precipitation, and After The Fires at the Illusion Theater with Transatlantic Love Affair. He is a founding member of the Minnesota Black Theatre Circle, and is currently producing the Blackness Is…Arts Festival, in partnership with The Guthrie Theater (www.blacknessis.com).
In his work as an actor/writer, he strives to investigate the human condition from the perspective of queer POC (specifically Afro-Latinx), marrying and upsetting traditional practices, in a variety of ways, both realistic and magical. Placing brown bodies and alternative perspectives at the forefront of storytelling.
Outside of performing, he enjoys drawing, cooking, hiking, bike-riding, sewing & design, reading, and playing video games. Domino is represented by Wehmann Models & Talent and Moore Creative Talent, Inc.