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Performed with actor Taurean Blacque in Jeff Stetson's Audelco Award-winning play "The Meeting" at the New Federal Theatre (NYC, USA).

(2004) TV commercial for American Airlines.

(1971). Stage Play: Ain't Supposed to Die a Natural Death [Tunes From Blackness]. Musical. Music by Melvin Van Peebles [earliest Broadway credit]. Lyrics by Melvin Van Peebles. Book by Melvin Van Peebles. Musical direction and supervision: Harold Wheeler. Scenic Design by Kert F. Lundell. Directed by Gilbert Moses. Ethel Barrymore Theatre (moved to The Ambassador Theatre 17 Nov 1971- close): 20 Oct 1971- 30 Jul 1972 (581 performances + 10 previews that began on 8 Oct 1971). Cast: Barbara Alston (as "Performer"), Toney Brealond (as "Performer"), Marilyn Coleman (as "Performer"), Bill Duke (as "Performer") [Broadway debut], Gloria Edwards (as "Performer"), Joe Fields (as "Performer"), Clebert Ford (as "Performer"), Arthur French (as "Performer"), Minnie Gentry (as "Performer"), Carl Gordon (as "Performer"), Albert Hall (as "Performer"), Jimmy Hayeson (as "Performer"), Sati Jamal (as "Performer"), Lauren Jones (as "Performer"), Garrett Morris (as "Performer"), Madge Wells (as "Performer"), Ralph Wilcox (as "Performer"), Dick Anthony Williams (as "Performer"), Beatrice Winde (as "Performer"). Replacement cast [During Ethel Barrymore Theatre run:] Charles Adu [Replaced Dick Williams] (as "Performer") [from 9 May 1972- ?]. [During Ambassador Theatre run:] Cecelia Norfleet [Replaced Lauren Jones] (as "Performer") [from 4 Jan 1972- ?]. Produced by Eugene V. Wolsk, Charles Blackwell, Emanuel Azenberg and Robert Malina. Associate Producer: Howard Friedman.

(2003) He acted in James Baldwin's play, "The Amen Corner," in a Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with BeBe Drake, Amad Jackson, Iona Morris, Lou Myers, Portia Realer, Riley Roberts, Pamela Shaddock, Michele Shay, Felicia Wilson, and Hattie Winston in the cast. Hattie Winston was also director.

(March 14, 1975 - April 5, 1975) "We Interrupt This Program...," mystery/thriller; written by Norman Krasna; directed by Jerry Adler; with Dick Anthony Williams; Frederick Coffin; Albert Hall; Brandon Maggart; Holland Taylor; Taurean Blacque; Marshall Borden; Stanley Brock; Don Creech; George Hall; Lloyd Hollar; Abby Lewis; Miller Lide; Tony Major; Susan Kendall Newman; Taylor Reed; Howard E. Rollins Jr.; John D. Seymour; Dino Shorte; J. W. Smith; Theta Tucker; Charles Turner; and James Ray Weeks in the cast; produced by Alexander H. Cohen; on Broadway at the Ambassador Theatre (28 total performances, including 21 previews beginning March 14, 1975).


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