Baron Vaughn's Solo Show at Midtown Fest, July 27-Aug. 7

Written and performed by Baron Vaughn, Actor. Comedian. Negro. will be presented as part of the Sixth Annual Midtown International Theatre Festival; it will run at the Where Eagles Dare Theatre (347 W. 36th St.) from July 27th to August 7th.

"Baron Vaughn delivers an autobiographical examination of the everyday life of a man and his history as seen through the lens of blackness. In this comically outlandish production, Baron teams with none other than himself to preach on race, politics, family, absurdity and how black is back," according to production notes. The world premiere of the show is developed and directed by Brendan Hughes and is produced by Susan Vargo in association with Steven DeLuca.

Vaughan ecently appeared on Broadway in Manhattan Theatre Club's Drowning Crow at the Biltmore Theatre. He has appeared at the Huntington Theatre Company and Williamstown Theatre Festival, and started doing stand-up comedy in Boston before making the move to New York where he has been seen at Stand-Up New York, Gotham Comedy Club, the Comedy Social, and the Brooklyn Comedy Club. He also appeared on VH1's "Awesomely Oversexed", regional and national TV commercials, and is a member of the theatre troupe The Civilians. 

Hughes most recently directed the American premiere of Gagarin Way with the Sugan Theatre Company in Boston, before which he directed Golf with Alan Shepard at American Stage in St. Petersburg, Florida. He founded and ran the Theatre Cooperative in Boston from 1996-2000. There, he directed Machinal by Sophie Treadwell, Roosters by Milcha Sanchez Scott, Night of the Iguana by Tennessee Williams and Taming of the Shrew

Actor. Comedian. Negro.
's performance schedule is July 27th and 28th at 8:30 PM, August 3rd and 4th at 8:30 PM and August 6th and 7th at 6 PM. Tickets, which are $10, can be ordered by visiting or





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