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Lamar Legend

 
Birth Place:
Brooklyn, NY
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Lamar Legend is originally from New York City and has written and adapted several plays; produced, directed, and starred in over fifty theatrical works in four US cities, as well as abroad in Tuscany, Rome, Milan, Prague, and Mexico. Recent credits include: James T. in "Barbecue" (Intiman Theater, ... (read complete bio)
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Birth Place: Brooklyn, NY

Bio:
Lamar Legend is originally from New York City and has written and adapted several plays; produced, directed, and starred in over fifty theatrical works in four US cities, as well as abroad in Tuscany, Rome, Milan, Prague, and Mexico. Recent credits include: James T. in "Barbecue" (Intiman Theater, ... (read complete bio)
 

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Lamar Legend, Avery Clark, and Calder Jameson Shilling Photo

Lamar Legend, Avery Clark, and Calder Jameson Shilling

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Avery Clark, Lamar Legend, and Calder Jameson Shilling Photo

Avery Clark, Lamar Legend, and Calder Jameson Shilling

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Randall Scott Carpenter (Michael/Ensemble), Michael Feldman (Howl) and Lamar Legend ( Photo

Randall Scott Carpenter (Michael/Ensemble), Michael Feldman (Howl) and Lamar Legend (Calcifer/Ensemble)

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Lamar Legend Biography

Lamar Legend is originally from New York City and has written and adapted several plays; produced, directed, and starred in over fifty theatrical works in four US cities, as well as abroad in Tuscany, Rome, Milan, Prague, and Mexico. Recent credits include: James T. in "Barbecue" (Intiman Theater, Seattle); Franco Wicks in "Superior Donuts" (Valley Center Stage, WA); Antipholus of Syracuse in "The Bombitty of Errors" (The Times Square Arts Center, NY); Horatio and Ophelia in "Hamlet" (The Plimoth Players, MA); Puck in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (Teatro Franco Parenti, Italy); Richie in “A Chorus Line” (ACT II Entertainment, Mexico); Legba in "The Brother/Sister Plays" (The Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago); and Ariel in "The Tempest" (The Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Chicago). He was honored with The Rising Star Award by The League of American Theaters & Producers.




Lamar Legend News

OTHELLO, All-POC HENRY IV and More Announced for Seattle Shakespeare 2022-23 Season Photo OTHELLO, All-POC HENRY IV and More Announced for Seattle Shakespeare 2022-23 Season
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 13, 2022

The 2022-2023 season launches in October with William Shakespeare's Othello directed by Reginald André Jackson. Shakespeare's play follows a racist master manipulator as he deceives a military leader into believing his wife has been unfaithful.

BWW Review: SHAKESPEARE: DRUM & COLOURS - AS YOU LIKE IT  at Seattle Shakespeare Comp Photo BWW Review: SHAKESPEARE: DRUM & COLOURS - AS YOU LIKE IT at Seattle Shakespeare Company
by Jay Irwin - Feb 27, 2022

Dear Readers, after last week’s less than stellar “Hamlet” from Seattle Shakespeare Company’s “Drum and Colours” series, I was trepidatious to say the least, for this week’s premiere of “Shakespeare: Drum & Colours – As You Like It”. And while there were still some issues I had with the show, thank the Theatre Gods it was far better, and managed to engage and entertain throughout.

BWW Review: MONSTERS OF THE AMERICAN CINEMA at ArtsWest Photo BWW Review: MONSTERS OF THE AMERICAN CINEMA at ArtsWest
by Jay Irwin - Jan 29, 2022

For a play to be a truly satisfying journey we need compelling characters, conflict between those characters and some kind of resolution to the conflict where the characters grow or are richer for the experience. And while ArtsWest’s World Premiere of Christian St. Croix’s “Monsters of the American Cinema” certainly has the first two elements it lacks the third making for an unsatisfying evening.

World Premiere Of MONSTERS OF THE AMERICAN CINEMA to Open at ArtsWest Photo World Premiere Of MONSTERS OF THE AMERICAN CINEMA to Open at ArtsWest
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 14, 2022

Christian St. Croix's MONSTERS OF THE AMERICAN CINEMA will make its world premiere at ArtsWest in West Seattle on January 27, running through February 20.

Seattle Shakespeare to Welcome Back Audiences With DRUM AND COLOURS Photo Seattle Shakespeare to Welcome Back Audiences With DRUM AND COLOURS
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 12, 2022

After two years since audiences stepped into the Center Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare is welcoming them back with rotating repertory showpiece. Shakespeare: Drum and Colours is a pairing of Hamlet and As You Like It that features an all-POC company performing both shows.  Lamar Legend will direct As You Like It and Juan A Mas will direct Hamlet.

Seattle Shakespeare Announces Plans for 2022 Season Photo Seattle Shakespeare Announces Plans for 2022 Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 13, 2021

Seattle Shakespeare Company announced plans to return to indoor performance with a series of productions.  Shakespeare: Drum and Colours, an ambitious, alternating repertory of two Shakespeare classics pared to their essence and featuring an all-POC company, will perform in late winter 2022. 

Book-It's Hybrid Season Continues with THE THREE MUSKETEERS Photo Book-It's Hybrid Season Continues with THE THREE MUSKETEERS
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 10, 2021

Book-It Repertory Theatre presents the second audio drama in its hybrid season, THE THREE MUSKETEERS, available to stream or download beginning November 23.

Online Variety Show Raises Critical Funds For Seattle Opera Photo Online Variety Show Raises Critical Funds For Seattle Opera
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 8, 2021

Join Seattle Opera for a special, one-night only event. The company's fundraiser has gone virtual this year with a raucous streaming adventure written and directed by Lamar Legend.

Seattle Shakespeare Presents TO WOO - A SHAKESPEARE VALENTINE Photo Seattle Shakespeare Presents TO WOO - A SHAKESPEARE VALENTINE
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 29, 2021

At a time when all of us could use a little bit more open heartedness, Seattle Shakespeare Company has created a collection of Shakespeare's songs, scenes, and sonnets to celebrate love and Valentine's Day. To Woo – A Shakespeare Valentine is a free, 30-minute view on demand video to share with loved ones that will be available from February 12-14, 2021.

HANSEL & GRETL & HEIDI & GÜNTER Receives World Premiere At Village Theatre Photo HANSEL & GRETL & HEIDI & GÜNTER Receives World Premiere At Village Theatre
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 31, 2020

A wickedly funny new sequel on the classic Grimms' fairy tale, Hansel & Gretl & Heidi & Günter will make its World Premiere at Village Theatre this spring. The smart and riotous new musical features a book by Hannah Kohl, lyrics by Daniel Maté, and music by Will Aronson, and will be directed by Village Theatre's Artistic Director, Jerry Dixon (If/Then). Hansel & Gretl & Heidi & Günter will run at the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre in Issaquah March 12 a?" April 19, 2020 before moving to the Everett Performing Arts Center April 24 a?" May 17, 2020.