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Margaret Walker

 
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Stage Credits

  [Broadway]
Unknown, 1935
Chorus
  [Broadway]
Unknown, 1935
Ensemble
  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1935
Ensemble
  [Broadway]
Unknown, 1935
Ensemble
  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1934
Ensemble
  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1934
Ensemble
  [Broadway]
Unknown, 1933
Ensemble
  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1933
Ensemble
  [Broadway]
Unknown, 1931
A Mana San
  [Broadway]
1926
Minnie
  [Broadway]
1926
Hulda
  [Broadway]
Return Engagement [Broadway], 1926
Chorus
  [Broadway]
1925
Elise
  [Broadway]
Broadway Production, 1902
Dione
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1901
Mildred Ross
  [Broadway]
Broadway Production, 1900
Daisy Chain

 

Stage

Performances
  [Broadway]
Unknown, 1935
Chorus

  [Broadway]
Unknown, 1935
Ensemble

  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1935
Ensemble

  [Broadway]
Unknown, 1935
Ensemble

  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1934
Ensemble

  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1934
Ensemble

  [Broadway]
Unknown, 1933
Ensemble

  [Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 1933
Ensemble

  [Broadway]
Unknown, 1931
A Mana San

  [Broadway]
1926
Minnie

  [Broadway]
1926
Hulda

  [Broadway]
Return Engagement [Broadway], 1926
Chorus

  [Broadway]
1925
Elise

  [Broadway]
Broadway Production, 1902
Dione

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1901
Mildred Ross

  [Broadway]
Broadway Production, 1900
Daisy Chain






Margaret Walker News

Wolf Trap Opera Announces World Premiere Of Edward W. Hardy's BORN FREE Photo Wolf Trap Opera Announces World Premiere Of Edward W. Hardy's BORN FREE
by A.A. Cristi - May 20, 2022

Wolf Trap Opera has announced the world premiere of BORN FREE, composed by Edward W. Hardy with lyrics by American poet and writer Margaret Walker. BORN FREE, a song cycle based on four poems by Margaret Walker (Sorrow Home, Lineage, The Struggle Staggers Us and Southern Song) for soprano, violin, and piano, is a newly commissioned work by the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.

Composer and Pianist Randy Klein Set to Release and New Tracks with Jazzheads Label Photo Composer and Pianist Randy Klein Set to Release and New Tracks with Jazzheads Label
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 30, 2022

When pianist – composer Randy Klein began Jazzheads, an independent record label based in NYC, in 1992, he had two label models he aspired to, A&M Records and GRP Records – “Premiere labels started by musicians, Herb Alpert; Larry Rosen and Dave Grusin. What I observed about each is that they released popular songs adored by the masses but also released inventive ground-breaking music as well. You know, they pushed the form forward!” says Klein.

Jerry Lee Lewis Inducted Into The Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Hall Of Fame Photo Jerry Lee Lewis Inducted Into The Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Hall Of Fame
by Stephi Wild - Sep 5, 2020

Thursday evening Jerry Lee Lewis was one of five legends inducted into The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience (The MAX) Hall of Fame. Although Lewis was unable to attend the ceremony hosted by Marty Stuart, Jerry Lee Lewis III accepted the award on his behalf with his father's sister, Linda Gail Lewis, who performed her brother's major hits “Great Balls of Fire” and “Whole Lotta Shakin.'”

Exhibition At Tougaloo College Launches Art & Civil Rights Initiative With Mississipp Photo Exhibition At Tougaloo College Launches Art & Civil Rights Initiative With Mississippi Museum Of Art
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 5, 2018

The Mississippi Museum of Art (the Museum) and Tougaloo College (the College) are presenting Now: The Call and Look of Freedom, the inaugural exhibition of the Art and Civil Rights Initiative (the Initiative) through May 15, 2018. The Initiative, funded by the Henry Luce Foundation and launched in December 2017, is a multi-layered, multi-year partnership that leverages the art collections of both institutions to foster community dialogue and interpretation about civil rights issues, past and present.  Romare Bearden. The Conversation, 1979 Elizabeth Catlett. My Right is a Future of Equality with Other Americans, from The Negro Woman series, 1947 Now: The Call and Look of Freedom is on view at the Tougaloo College Art Gallery in The Bennie G. Thompson Academic & Civil Rights Research Center. It is the first in a series of four exhibitions over two years drawing from the collections of the College and the Museum to be mounted alternatively at both institutions. The exhibition is curated by LaTanya Autry, Curator of Art & Civil Rights, a joint position she holds with the College and the Museum. 

THE CITY OF CONVERSATION to Bring Politics and Family to Memphis
by BWW News Desk - Oct 21, 2016

The City of Conversation, a recent Broadway drama, will be opening at Theatre Memphis on the Lohrey Stage October 21, 2016, and running through November 6, 2016.

THE CITY OF CONVERSATION to Bring Politics and Family to Memphis
by BWW News Desk - Oct 12, 2016

The City of Conversation, a recent Broadway drama, will be opening at Theatre Memphis on the Lohrey Stage October 21, 2016, and running through November 6, 2016.

Jazz Pianist Christian Sands to Perform in Cincinnati, 2/28
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 15, 2016

One of the jazz world's most prolific young stars will demonstrate his eclectic technique in Cincinnati, when the Xavier University Jazz Series presents piano virtuoso Christian Sands in concert on Sunday, February 28.

BWW Reviews: I KNOW WHAT BOYS WANT Favors Melodrama Over Nuance
by David Clarke - Jul 31, 2015

New York based theatre company Ego Actus is staging the world premiere of award-winning playwright Penny Jackson's I KNOW WHAT BOYS WANT. The play is a thought provoking cautionary tale that explores the seedy underbelly of cell phone camera surveillance and how once something is shared online, it never truly goes away.

George Faison Directs STEPPIN' OUT OF THE NEGRO CARAVAN at Howard University, 4/20
by BWW News Desk - Apr 20, 2012

Legendary choreographer, dancer, and director George Faison revives the writings of influential African Americans in the staged production Steppin' Out of the Negro Caravan. This anthology of key literary works that have greatly influenced the thinking of African Americans will take place on Friday, April 20, 2012 at 8pm in the historic Ira Aldridge Theater.

George Faison Directs STEPPIN' OUT OF THE NEGRO CARAVAN at Howard University, 4/20
by BWW News Desk - Apr 17, 2012

Legendary choreographer, dancer, and director George Faison revives the writings of influential African Americans in the staged production Steppin' Out of the Negro Caravan. This anthology of key literary works that have greatly influenced the thinking of African Americans will take place on Friday, April 20, 2012 at 8pm in the historic Ira Aldridge Theater.


Margaret Walker Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has Margaret Walker been in?
Margaret Walker has appeared on Broadway in 16 shows.

How many West End shows has Margaret Walker been in?
Margaret Walker has not appeared in the West End