Monica Fleetwood


"Uncertainty has the ability create either fear and complacency, or spontaneity in your worth."  

There is nothing like southern charm! I was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. I have not always been an actress, in college I studied psychology  and worked in mental health for years. However, those experiences have been invaluable in my development and craft as an actress. As a required curriculum I took an intro to theatre class and from the first moment I created a monologue and performed those words out loud I was captivated by acting. As my passion grew I decided I wanted to fully emerge myself in the craft; so I relocated to Portland, Oregon where the there is a huge artistic community. I am an incredibly passionate actress and I am looking forward to working with you on any projects you may have in mind.




              Tyharra Cozier

"Dont be scared of what lays in the dark. Push forward knowing that you produce your own light. "

Tyharra Cozier is extremely honored and excited to be apart of Syde-Ide Collaborations! Originally, Tyharra is from Coral Springs, FL and has received her Bachelor of Arts, Theatre, from Florida State University (Go Noles!). Passionate for the craft, she moved to Portland, OR  and completed a two year conservatory program at Portland Actors Conservatory. Since graduating Tyharra has had the opportunity to work with a number of projects in the Portland area, including The New Black Fest’s Hands Up!: 7 Playwrights, 7 Testimonies (August Wilson Red Door Project)  and Nesting: Vacancy (Shoebox Theatre). Tyharra strongly believes in the encouragement of young and budding artists, and because of this she spends a great deal of her time sharing her own works (Salted Ground, 2017) , and working with high school students through Portland’s August Wilson Monologue Competition. Art is wealth to be shared and spread for betterment of the community.