Who We Are

“As an established actress in film & TV, I love to bring audiences to laughter or tears through comedy and drama! Years of experience as a spiritual practitioner and writer also ensure a transformative journey for anyone watching my performances. My one-woman shows reveal unconsidered thoughts and illuminate the little absurdities of life that empower, uplift and unleash greater potential in the viewer.”
~ Sonia Jackson

the Playwright

Sonia Jackson

Sonia Jackson is founder of Visions of Possibilities, a 501(c)(3) non-profit edutainment organization that produces projects and performances that challenge audiences to live lives of unlimited possibility. Her background is an eclectic blend of arts and spiritual practices, and she thrives on combining both to inspire others.

An established actress with more than 30 years working in film, television and on stage, Sonia is known for her performances in Speed, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Jurassic Park 3, This Is Us, The Man Who Came to Dinner and three solo shows in support of women’s issues. A solo version of her original play Conversations ‘Bout the Girls along with her first solo show, I’m Gonna Fly, earned her two NAACP Theater Award nominations for best solo actress.

A spiritual counselor and practitioner for more than 25 years, Sonia has been a member of the Agape International Spiritual Center community since 1990. She is the author of My Prayer Journal, a book containing 33 powerful, supportive prayers for daily gratitude, contemplation and consciousness of the Divine.

Sonia lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Chris Freeman, a musician and songwriter.

The Vision

Conversations ‘Bout the Girls is a play whose purpose is to provide an engaging way to entertain the public through looking at how a woman’s relationship with her breasts is influenced by the world around her. Through the sharing of these thought provoking stories, Conversations ‘Bout the Girls has the ability to:

Our vision is to increase the expression of mutual respect in the way men and women communicate with each other.

The Photographers

Maria Photography

Wonder Woman Photography

Amelia Jackson & Carla Barnett


I'm Here for You!

Presentation of this play makes a wonderful event or fundraiser for any organization, whether it's men interested in better understanding the women in their life, mothers, wives or daughters or women's organizations that support issues that are unique to women. If you're interested contact us.