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Visiting Performance Artist Colman Domingo

Monday February 24, 2014
• The Lab Theatre, Dept. of Theatre & Dance

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The Department of African & African Diaspora Studies and the John L. Warfield Center for African & African American Studies Spring 2014 Visiting Performing Artist

 Colman Domingo is a Tony Award, Drama Desk, and Drama League nominated and OBIE, Lucille Lortel, GLAAD Award winning actor, director and playwright. Domingo recently reprised his Tony nominated role in the Kanter & Ebb musical The Scottsboro Boys at the Young Vic in London. His film credits include Lee Daniels’ The Butler, Steven Spielberg’sLincoln, Spike Lee’s Passing Strange and Red Hook Summer and Shaka King’s indie Newlyweeds. Mr. Domingo is the author of several plays including A Boy and His Soul, winner of the 2010 Lucille Lortel Award for Best Solo Show Off-Broadway and GLAAD Media Award for Best Production in New York and Wild with Happy, winner of 3 Audelco Awards including Best Dramatic Production of the Year and Best Playwright.

To view the flyer, click HERE.

 Residency Events 

Thursday, Feb 20

The Intersection of Soul Music, Black Cultural Expression & Surrealism: A Performance Lecture by Coleman Domingo

Reception immediately following

The Lab Theatre, Dept. of Theatre & Dance

2-4 pm

Friday, Feb 21

Performance as Public Practice Fridays @ 2 and the Warfield Center’s Performing Blackness Series Presents: Colman Domingo in Dialogue with Dr. Lisa B. Thompson

WIN 2.112, Dept. of Theatre & Dance

2pm-3:30 pm

Friday, Feb 21

Screening of the rock musical 'Passing Strange'

WIN 2.112, Dept. of Theatre & Dance

4-6 pm

Monday, Feb 24

Rethinking the Black Middle Class through the Rock Musical 'Passing Strange'

Q&A with Colman Domingo

The ISESE Gallery, Warfield Center, JES 232

11-12 Noon

 

All events are free and open to the public.