LaTasha Do’zia (Mrs. Lynch): LaTasha is the Founding Artistic Director of Selah Theatre Project in Winchester teaching and reaching young actors throughout the Shenandoah Valley. An accomplished performer, Do’zia is not a stranger to the stage with credits in both regional and community theatre, including the Other Voices Theatre, Theatre of Shenandoah, Sandler Performing Arts Center, the Apollo Civic Theater, Winchester Little Theater, Ohrstrom-Bryant Theater and The Kennedy Center. She has been seen in productions such as Avenue Q (Gary Coleman), Chicago (Mama Matron Morton), Hairspray (Motormouth), Necessary Targets (J.S. Bach) and From Prison to Stage. Her directorial credits include The Laramie Project, The Vagina Monologues, The Colored Museum, The Diviners and Steel Magnolias. Do’zia graduated from the elite Governor’s School for the Arts in Norfolk, VA before furthering her education at Shenandoah University, where she completed coursework in voice, theatre, and communications at Shenandoah University. Do’zia has also trained with DC Coalition, Theatre of the Oppressed in NYC and Reliance Theatre Project.