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Charles Dumas

 

Stage Credits

  [Broadway]
1994
Joe (Understudy)
The Interviewer (Understudy)






Charles Dumas News

Lantern Theater Company Announces Additional Extension of ME AND THE DEVIL
by Stephi Wild - Nov 16, 2021

The Lantern’s first collaboration with nationally prominent director and playwright Steve H. Broadnax III, this world premiere play with music shows the dramatic confrontation between the great American blues musician Robert Johnson and the Devil from whom, legend has it, Johnson received his extraordinary talent.

Lantern Theater Company Announces Five-Week Extension of ME AND THE DEVIL Photo Lantern Theater Company Announces Five-Week Extension of ME AND THE DEVIL
by Stephi Wild - Oct 13, 2021

Lantern Theater Company announced today that its world premiere digital production of Me and the Devil, the Lantern's first collaboration with nationally prominent director and playwright Steve H. Broadnax III, will extend its streaming run through Sunday, November 21, 2021, to meet audience demand.

Lantern Theater Company Announces Fall 2021 Digital Season Photo Lantern Theater Company Announces Fall 2021 Digital Season
by Stephi Wild - Jul 14, 2021

Digital Fall Passes are now on sale for $35 and are available online or by phone. Learn more about the full lineup and how to purchase tickets here!

Penn State Centre Stage Virtual Presents THE OSAZE PROJECT Photo Penn State Centre Stage Virtual Presents THE OSAZE PROJECT
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 9, 2020

Penn State Centre Stage Virtual will present The Osaze Project directed and devised by professor emeritus Charles Dumas. The project will premiere Friday, November 13, with a pre-show discussion at 7:30 p.m., and presentation at 8:00 p.m. EDT.

Penn State Centre Stage Virtual Presents THE BLACK BOY WHO THOUGHT HE HAD IT ALL, THE Photo Penn State Centre Stage Virtual Presents THE BLACK BOY WHO THOUGHT HE HAD IT ALL, THE OSAZE PROJECT and More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 9, 2020

Penn State Centre Stage Virtual will present three projects ranging from a student-created work to a unique cabaret performance, and a workshop of a new performance piece that looks deeply at local history.

August Wilson Ending on a High Note: RADIO GOLF at Everyman Photo August Wilson Ending on a High Note: RADIO GOLF at Everyman
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Oct 28, 2019

And thus the struggle over ways of thinking and dealing commences. For Hicks, the past that Sterling and Barlow are protecting has no value, and the validity of Barlow's legal claim is irrelevant. From his standpoint, when the powers that be have firmed up their plans to a certain point, mere legality must step aside. For Wilks, abandoning the rule of law leads to chaos, even if following that principle leads to results that disappoint the oligarchs. I'll leave it to audiences to discover how the clash of perspectives works out, but it is clear that, regardless of what becomes of Aunt Ester's home, Wilks' choice to adhere to the rule of law and to honor his roots and ancestors would destroy his great plans, his business partnership, and probably his marriage. Though, of course, regardless of the outcome, such a choice would also make him a hero.

Photo Flash: First Look at Everyman's RADIO GOLF Photo Photo Flash: First Look at Everyman's RADIO GOLF
by Julie Musbach - Oct 17, 2019

I​t's never the wrong time to do the right thing. ThisOctober,​EverymanTheatre's​next show is R​adio Golf, ​the final play in renowned playwright August Wilson's 10-play opus, THE AMERICAN CENTURY CYCLE. Radio Golf​​ highlights the challenges faced by modern-day African-Americans straddling the line between monetary success and cultural assimilation.

Everyman Theatre Presents RADIO GOLF Photo Everyman Theatre Presents RADIO GOLF
by Julie Musbach - Sep 20, 2019

This October, Everyman Theatre's next show is Radio Golf, the final play in renowned playwright August Wilson's 10-play opus, THE AMERICAN CENTURY CYCLE. Radio Golf brings the a?oecrackle of a comedy with old-fashioned melodramaa?? (The New York Times) and highlights the challenges faced by modern-day African-Americans straddling the line between monetary success and cultural assimilation. 

Court Theatre Announces Lineup for 2019-2020 Season of Free Spotlight Reading Series Photo Court Theatre Announces Lineup for 2019-2020 Season of Free Spotlight Reading Series
by Sarah Hookey - Aug 27, 2019

Court Theatre has announced the five plays that will be performed as part of its Spotlight Reading Series. Court's Spotlight Series endeavors to redefinea?'and ultimately expanda?'the canon of classic theatre by presenting readings of rarely produced plays by writers of color.

Fort Point Theatre Channel Presents WAITING FOR GILGAMESH: SCENES FROM IRAQ, Now thru 6/28
by BWW News Desk - Jun 25, 2014

Waiting for Gilgamesh: Scenes from Iraq; presented by Fort Point Theatre Channel. Performances run June 26-28, Thurs.-Sat. at 8 pm, with a special 2 pm matinee on Sat. June 28. Tickets: $20, $15 for students, seniors. and veterans. Held at Arsenal Center for the Arts, Black Box Theatre, 321 Arsenal St., Watertown, MA 02472. For general information, www.fortpointtc.org, 617.750.8900; for advance tickets, call 800.838.3006 or visit www.brownpapertickets.com/event/690754.


Charles Dumas Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has Charles Dumas been in?
Charles Dumas has appeared on Broadway in 1 shows.

How many West End shows has Charles Dumas been in?
Charles Dumas has not appeared in the West End