Cassandra Belony graduated from Florida State University with a BA in Theatre. Prior to graduating, she starred in a play about racial injustice in America called One Hundred Years of Hope and a short piece about domestic violence called Expossium Manifesto. The following projects demonstrated Realism which is a form of theatre and art Cassandra favors. In 2017, she returned to her hometown of Fort Lauderdale, FL. She wrote her first play Strange Fruit on a Burning Tree and workshopped it at the Stages of the Sun Festival. In addition to theatre, she starred in a couple of films including John Leguizamo’s Critical Thinking. Most recently, she wrote, directed, and starred in her first short film Melancholic Verse. A story about a woman reminiscing the life of an old friend. She is currently working on her second short film We Good Project.