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Jamil A.C. Mangan

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Jamil A. C. Mangan: credits include Martin Luther On Trial (Pearl Theater), Mother Courage and her children (Classic Stage), Lost Boy Found In Whole Foods (Portland Stage) Othello (Perseverance Theater), To Kill A Mockingbird (Orlando Shakespeare), North Of The Boulevard (CATF), Master Harold and ... (read complete bio)
 

Birth Place: United States

Bio:
Jamil A. C. Mangan: credits include Martin Luther On Trial (Pearl Theater), Mother Courage and her children (Classic Stage), Lost Boy Found In Whole Foods (Portland Stage) Othello (Perseverance Theater), To Kill A Mockingbird (Orlando Shakespeare), North Of The Boulevard (CATF), Master Harold and ... (read complete bio)
 

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Jamil A.C. Mangan, Dawn Ursula

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Jamil A.C. Mangan Biography

Jamil A. C. Mangan: credits include Martin Luther On Trial (Pearl Theater), Mother Courage and her children (Classic Stage), Lost Boy Found In Whole Foods (Portland Stage) Othello (Perseverance Theater), To Kill A Mockingbird (Orlando Shakespeare), North Of The Boulevard (CATF), Master Harold and the boys (Luna Stage), The Mountaintop (Theaterworks Hartford) A Raisin In The Sun (Perseverance Theatre) RUINED (Philadelphia Theatre Company) Lost Boy Found In Whole Foods (Premiere Stages / Playwrights Theatre), Audelco Award for Best Supporting Actor in What Would Jesus Do? (Billie Holiday Theatre), August Wilson’s Woman (Audelco Award for ‘Outstanding Ensemble’), Romeo & Juliet (Connecticut Free Shakespeare), Martin Luther King Jr. My Soul Is A Witness (National Tour), The Greeks (Manhattan Ensemble Theatre), My Lord What A Morning (Arden Theatre), Boy Willie in Piano Lesson (Arts Bank), Camp Logan (Kimble Theatre), The Engagement (Wings Theatre). Commercials: Comcast Sportsnet (Philadelphia 76ers), US Cellular, Doritos and Klondike INC, T.V. & Film: The Dave Chappelle Show, Eli Lily Medical Group, The Discovery Channel, A DANGEROUS PLACE, HEAD, The Ground On Which I Stand.




Jamil A.C. Mangan News

Alabama Shakespeare Festival to Present The World Premiere Of FREEDOM RIDER Photo Alabama Shakespeare Festival to Present The World Premiere Of FREEDOM RIDER
by Stephi Wild - Apr 25, 2022

Alabama Shakespeare Festival will present the world premiere of Ricardo Khan's Freedom Rider in April.

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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 12, 2022

Fellowship For Performing Arts Presents Free Virtual Production Of MARTIN LUTHER ON T Photo Fellowship For Performing Arts Presents Free Virtual Production Of MARTIN LUTHER ON TRIAL
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 24, 2020

Fellowship for Performing Arts' nationwide hit play Martin Luther on Trial returns Aug. 2-4 in a free virtual dramatic reading featuring the original New York cast.

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.

Brandon J. Dirden Leads August Wilson Competition Photo Brandon J. Dirden Leads August Wilson Competition
by Stephi Wild - Mar 10, 2019

Broadway and TV star Brandon J. Dirden (All the Way, Jitney, The Americans) hosted the 11th annual New York City August Wilson Monologue Competition, sponsored by LEAP (Learning through an Expanded Arts Program, Inc.). A total of 15 LEAP students from nine New York high schools in four boroughs brought the audience to their feet as they embodied Wilson's characters and provided their own interpretations-immersing them in Wilson's world of 10 plays, referred to as The Century Cycle.

Brandon J. Dirden Hosts LEAP's NYC August Wilson Monologue Competition March 4 Photo Brandon J. Dirden Hosts LEAP's NYC August Wilson Monologue Competition March 4
by Julie Musbach - Feb 13, 2019

Broadway and TV star Brandon J. Dirden (All the Way, Jitney, The Americans) is set to host the 11th annual New York City August Wilson Monologue Competition, sponsored by LEAP (Learning through an Expanded Arts Program, Inc.)

Q. Smith Hosts LEAP Event, 2 NYC Students On To August Wilson Nationals Photo Q. Smith Hosts LEAP Event, 2 NYC Students On To August Wilson Nationals
by Stephi Wild - Mar 9, 2018

Q. Smith, featured cast member of Broadway's Come From Away, hosted the 10th annual New York City August Wilson Monologue Competition, sponsored by LEAP (Learning through an Expanded Arts Program, Inc.). Two winning students, first place Teslyne Junior of Edward R. Murrow High School in Brooklyn, and second place Victoria Lino, of Repertory Company High School for Theater Arts in Manhattan, will move on to the National August Wilson Monologue Competition on Broadway in May. Anthony Perez, also from Repertory Company High School, took third place and is the alternate. The presentation was held March 5 on Stage 2 of New World Stages, 340 W. 50th St., New York, N.Y.

THE MAN IN ROOM 306 Begins Performances April 12 Photo THE MAN IN ROOM 306 Begins Performances April 12
by Stephi Wild - Mar 8, 2018

THE MAN IN ROOM 306, Luna's critically acclaimed signature piece, honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his assassination. April 12 through May 13th.

Q. Smith Hosts LEAP's August Wilson Monologue Competition Photo Q. Smith Hosts LEAP's August Wilson Monologue Competition
by Stephi Wild - Mar 1, 2018

Q. Smith, featured cast member of Broadway's Come From Away, is set to host the 10th annual New York City August Wilson Monologue Competition, sponsored by LEAP (Learning through an Expanded Arts Program, Inc.). A total of 16 LEAP students from eight New York City high schools in four boroughs will inhabit Wilson's extraordinary characters and provide their unique interpretations. Tony Chiroldes, original Broadway cast member of In the Heights, will be a featured singer as well. The exciting presentation begins at 7 pm on Monday, March 5, and will be held on Stage 2 of New World Stages, 340 W. 50th St., New York, N.Y., off 8th Avenue. The event is free to the public.