elcome to the website of Brandon Kyle Gibson-Jackson, who was born in Washington, D.C. on January 27, 1982. He made his musical debut in first grade at the Watkins Campus of the Capitol Hill Cluster Schools and continued through musical theatre with the D.C. Youth Ensemble, Capitol Hill Arts Works, and both the Children of the Gospel and Eastern High School Choirs. He studied all of the performing arts, and excelled in dance, drama and modeling, but he loved to sing more. His first professional musical performance was at the Kennedy Center in "Purlie" with Stephanie Mills, Dorean Harewood, Reginal Vel Johnson and Larry Storch under the direction of Kay Cameron. D.C.
Kennedy Center performances also include three roles in Sundiata -- The Lion King of Mali; Pepito Story choreograped and directed by Debbie Allen, and Much Ado About Nothing with David Birney at the Folgers Shakespeare Theatre.
Dance awards were received in 1998 Catch a Rising Star (1st place) and the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Talent Hunt (2nd place) - tap dancing - Brandon also performed for the Volunteers of America honoring former U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young hosted by Cokie Roberts, Moran Productions.
Brandon is a high school algebra/geometry instructor who enjoys playing tennis with the youth at the Prince Georges County Tennis Association at the Watkins Park Tennis Center as well as the Southeast Washington Tennis Center.
In an effort to give back to the community, Brandon established a 501(c)3 non-profit performing arts company that encourages at risk students to pursue higher education. (Further information at the Cimbolica Inc link above)
Brandon Jackson's Production