Chorsie's performance experience started his freshman year of high school at Whitehall - Yearling High School. He was cast in the production of Guys and Dolls, where he played a Havana Dancer, a Drunk, the Waiter, Joey Biltmore, and Big Jule. His favorite role from his high school resume would be portraying Tom Collins in the Ohio Educational Theatre Association's production of RENT: School Edition. Other high school credits were Cahoots, and Beauty and the Beast.

Chorsie's performance experience started his freshman year of high school at Whitehall - Yearling High School. He was cast in the production of Guys and Dolls, where he played a Havana Dancer, a Drunk, the Waiter, Joey Biltmore, and Big Jule. His favorite role from his high school resume would be portraying Tom Collins in the Ohio Educational Theatre Association's production of RENT: School Edition. Other high school credits were Cahoots, and Beauty and the Beast.

ACTOR

"When it comes to theater, TV, and film, the things that are missing, in most cases, have to do with diversity. This world is not one color or culture. Everybody has a story. To tell that story or see that story reflected through art is extremely valuable to the community. The arts belong to everyone and our work should reflect that diversity."

- Jesse L. Martin

"When it comes to theater, TV, and film, the things that are missing, in most cases, have to do with diversity. This world is not one color or culture. Everybody has a story. To tell that story or see that story reflected through art is extremely valuable to the community. The arts belong to everyone and our work should reflect that diversity."

- Jesse L. Martin

While studying at The Ohio State University, Chorsie performed in three mainstage productions within the Department of Theatre. The first was Standing On Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays, which was a promenade-style production as part of the department's Raw Theatre Initiative. Second, One Man, Two Guvnors, which was rated as one of the Top 10 Columbus Theatrical Productions of 2016 by The Columbus Dispatch. Finally, 7 Ways To Say I Love You was his return to the Raw Theatre Initiative to finish out his career at OSU. Chorsie also participated in InterACT, an ensemble-based theatre project focused on Theatre for Social Change within academic settings. He also received Viewpoints training, travelled to NYC to network with the Royal Shakespeare Company at Brooklyn Academy of Music, and participated in the Humana Festival at Actor's Theatre of Louisville in 2017. Other classwork included Accents and Dialects, Script Analysis, and Singing Actor.