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Who we are

Soul Siren Playhouse is an American nonprofit arts & cultural enrichment organization committed to social outreach, activism, and artistic development through the medium of dramatic & artistic expression.


At The Playhouse we aim to challenge and provoke thought, thus change, through artistic exploration and dramatic encounter while holding space for safe, civil, proactive communication and collaboration on polarizing issues.

The Siren Creed

Without the Soul,
the Siren’s call bears no purpose.
Harbingers of destruction,
when the haunting bellow of the Siren

is heard ringing from the mountains,
all indeed must come to a stop.
A shared universal silence;
where threat of imminent annihilation
or miraculous salvation are on the line.
A reminder of our connection with the Divine;
when the Siren is heard,
every eye must turn in communion and bear witness

to the Truth that has been stirred within...

Thrill, Awe,

Fear, Enticement,
And with this energy we must Act.
But in this act, we are not Alone.
And every breath is precious Life or Death.
When the Siren’s fateful song is heard,
inevitable change is on the verge.
But who will dare to fight when others freeze or run? Whose voice will rise in love when the Siren’s cry is sung?

Our Founder

Soul Siren Playhouse was Founded by Actor/Writer & St. Louis native, Cameron Jamarr Davis. His passion for acting and activism started in high school during an original production titled “And Carl Laughed.” The production would go to the 2007 International Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland where it would garner the Amnesty International Peace Award.

In 2011, he piloted a cultural collaboration program in partnership at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music with the United Nations, FilmAid, and the Great Globe Foundation titled “The Dadaab Theater Project ”; which culminated in a shared performance “The Collapsible Space Between Us” on International World Refugee Day in Nairobi.

Cameron is a 2023 cohort of the St. Louis Regional Arts Commission's Community Arts Training (CAT) Program, and a 2024 Artist in Residence of the Kranzberg Arts Foundation in St. Louis's Grand Arts District. He was a 2022 St. Louis Shakespeare Festival Directing Fellow and has been a guest teaching artist at various institutions such as The Black Repertory Company of St. Louis, Big Muddy Dance Company, and the Clayton School District, among others. A professional actor, he is a 2023 St. Louis Theater Circle awardee for best supporting actor in a drama, and performed an original spoken-word tribute as an invited guest artist at the St. Louis Art Musuem's 2023 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.

Board of Directors


Zia Foster


Zia is Assistant Branch Manager of First State Bank. She consults with individuals and companies one-on-one to help them calculate future expenditures and identify growth opportunities, specializing in trust and estate accounts, business savings, and investment accounts. Zia is a long-time resident of the St. Louis area, and is actively involved in the community as an advocate and supporter of the Arts. 


Marieme Diop

Community Advisor

Marieme is an International Singer and Recording Artist, Activist, and Fashion Designer whose Soul Mission is to change the world through the power of Love and her Voice. She is actively involved in international humanitarian work alongside the success of her recording career, partnering with nonprofits such as Kick4Life to bring songwriting programs and music exposure to youths and communities in need. 


Bradford Lewis Rolen

Director of Operations

Bradford is a professional Musical Theater artist with credited regional theater and industry experience with companies such as the Los Angeles Celebration Theater, the Municipal Opera Theater of Saint Louis, McLeod Summer Playhouse, Black Hills Playhouse, and the Clinton Area Showboat, among others.


Antoinette Robinson

Vice President

Antoinette Robinson is a professional actress and member of the Actors Equity Association. She is presently on Broadway performing in the 2019-2020 cast of Harry Potter And the Cursed Child in New York City. With a strong acting background grounded in both Contemporary and Classical Theater, she has worked with various esteemed theaters throughout the US including: The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, The Folger Shakespeare Theater, The Shakespeare Theater Company, New York Classical theater, Theater for A New Audience, and Huntington Theater Company, among others.


Cameron Jamarr Davis

President/Executive Director

A proud member of SAG-AFTRA and the Actors Equity Association, Cameron is a trained actor with regional experience including St. Louis Shakespeare Festival, the Hangar Theater, Hudson valley Shakespeare Festival, The Celebration Theater, The St. Louis Black Repertory Company, Repertory Theater St. Louis, and STAGES St. Louis among others. 

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