Candace C. Edwards

Graduate of Columbia College Chicago where she earned her Bachelor degree in Broadcast Journalism with an interdisciplinary major in Television. She has been in numerous shows displaying her talents and performing on stage as well as TV, and is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA. Her most recent stage credits include performing with THE BLACK ENSEMBLE THEATRE in "At Last: A Tribute to Etta James (Etta #3)." Other stage credits include, THE GOODMAN THEATRE in "CROWNS" (Ensemble), and "HAIR" with AMERICAN THEATRE COMPANY. She has also performed with THE BLACK ENSEMBLE THEATER in; "The Other Cinderella(Cinderella)", and "Nothing But The Blues"; CONGO SQUARE THEATRE (The Nativity). Candace has also been featured in two hit TV shows. "BOSS" starring Kelsey Grammer, directed by Mario Van Peebles, and the TV show "MIND GAMES" starring Christian Slater, and Steve Zahn. She is thrilled to make her Marriott debut in Seussical and would like to thank her family and friends for their continued support. "Faith without works, is dead."