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Dorian Harewood Poster

Other Works

  • Music video for En Vogue: "Giving Him Something He Can Feel"
  • Radio PSA, "Hip-Hop Literacy," Lyrical Knockout Entertainment
  • (April 12, 1978 - April 23, 1978) "The Mighty Gents," original drama; written by Richard Wesley; incidental music by Peter Link; produced by James Lipton; directed by Harold Scott; with Dorian Harewood (portraying Frankie); Howard E. Rollins Jr. (portraying Braxton); Morgan Freeman (portraying Zeke); Frank Adu (portraying Father); Starletta DuPois (portraying Rita); Richard Gant (portraying Eldridge); Brent Jennings (portraying Tiny); and Mansoor Najee-ullah (as Mansoor Najee-Ullah) (portraying Lucky) in the cast; on Broadway at the Ambassador Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (16 total performances, including 7 previews beginning April 12, 1978)
  • (March 16 to April 21, 1996) He acted in the musical, "The Kiss of the Spider Woman," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Chita Rivera and Juan Chiron in the cast. Harold Prince was director. Terrence McNally wrote the book. John Kander was composer. Fred Ebb was lyricist. Rob Bowman was musical director. Vincent Paterson and Rob Marshall were choreographers. Howell Binkley was lighting designer. Florence Klotz was costume designer.

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