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Rome Neal

 
Rome Neal Headshot

Stage Credits

  [Off-Broadway]
1986
Diamond Streeter #1

Photos

Ralph Carter, Bambi Jones, Linda Armstrong, Andre De Shields, Jackie Jeffries and Rom Photo

Ralph Carter, Bambi Jones, Linda Armstrong, Andre De Shields, Jackie Jeffries and Rome Neal

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Date:
10/09/2019
Lia Chang and Andre De Shields. Photo by Rome Neal Photo

Lia Chang and Andre De Shields. Photo by Rome Neal

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Date:
08/05/2019
Ted Lange, Andre De Shields and Rome Neal Photo

Ted Lange, Andre De Shields and Rome Neal

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Date:
08/04/2019
Ted Lange, Lia Chang and Andre De Shields. Photo by Rome Neal Photo

Ted Lange, Lia Chang and Andre De Shields. Photo by Rome Neal

From: 
Date:
08/04/2019
Count Stovall, Erich McMillan-McCall, Lisa Watson, Terria Joseph, Ebony Jo-Ann and Ro Photo

Count Stovall, Erich McMillan-McCall, Lisa Watson, Terria Joseph, Ebony Jo-Ann and Rome Neal

From: 
Date:
10/27/2018

 

Stage

Performances
  [Off-Broadway]
1986
Diamond Streeter #1






Rome Neal News

Melba Moore, Jessica Reedy & More To Take Part in 1st Annual George Floyd Memorial Co Photo Melba Moore, Jessica Reedy & More To Take Part in 1st Annual George Floyd Memorial Concert at The Town Hall
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2022

A Soulful Heart will be donating a portion of the proceeds from its 1st Annual George Floyd Memorial Concert, to be held on May 24, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. at The Town Hall (123 West 43rd Street).

THE SLAVE WHO LOVED CAVIAR to Premiere at the Theater For the New City Photo THE SLAVE WHO LOVED CAVIAR to Premiere at the Theater For the New City
by Gigi Gervais - Dec 12, 2021

Playwright Ishmael Reed uses satire to explore aspects of American culture and history overlooked by others. His newest play, The Slave Who Loved Caviar, is a theatrical investigation into the relationship between Jean-Michel Basquiat and the art world. It challenges the notion that Basquiat was merely Andy Warhol's 'mascot.'

THE SLAVE WHO LOVED CAVIAR By Ishmael Reed Satirizes Relationship Of Warhol & Basquia Photo THE SLAVE WHO LOVED CAVIAR By Ishmael Reed Satirizes Relationship Of Warhol & Basquiat
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 23, 2021

Playwright Ishmael Reed uses satire to explore aspects of American culture and history overlooked by others. His newest play, 'The Slave Who Loved Caviar: A Theatrical Investigation Into the Relationship Between Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol,' challenges the notion that Basquiat was merely Warhol's 'mascot.' Theater for the New City will present its world premiere December 23, 2021 to January 9, 2022, directed by Reed's frequent collaborator, Carla Blank.

THE SLAVE WHO LOVED CAVIAR Will Have World Premiere at Theater for the New City Next Month
by Stephi Wild - Nov 22, 2021

Taken by the one-sided commentary about the relationship between Andy Warhol, a god of the New York Art World, and Jean-Michel Basquiat, made by Warhol groupies and critics, Reed offers a different view. His new play, 'The Slave Who Loved Caviar, A Theatrical Investigation Into the Relationship Between Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol,' challenges the notion that Jean-Michel Basquiat was merely Warhol’s “mascot.”

TNC Sets April 3 Lineup For OPEN 'THO SHUT Photo TNC Sets April 3 Lineup For OPEN 'THO SHUT
by Stephi Wild - Mar 31, 2021

On Saturday, April 3 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, Theater for the New City (TNC), 155 First Ave., will present a mixed music and performance lineup for the twenty-first installment of 'Open 'Tho Shut,' its afternoon of 'walk-by theater' that is staged in its set shop and visible from East Tenth Street between First and Second Avenues.

SummerStage Celebrates National Poetry Month, International Dance Day, and More in Ap Photo SummerStage Celebrates National Poetry Month, International Dance Day, and More in April
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 30, 2021

Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage has announced digital programming for the month of April, featuring celebrations for National Poetry Month, World Portuguese Language Day, and International Dance Day.

22nd Annual FESTIVALJAZZ: A MUSIC OF THE SPIRIT Announced in Brooklyn Photo 22nd Annual FESTIVALJAZZ: A MUSIC OF THE SPIRIT Announced in Brooklyn
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 16, 2021

April 16 through April 30 plan to experience NYC's longest continuously running music series dedicated to Jazz, created by the Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium (CBJC).

Nuyorican Poets Cafe to Stream Ishmael Reed's New Play About Basquiat Photo Nuyorican Poets Cafe to Stream Ishmael Reed's New Play About Basquiat
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 19, 2021

Renowned playwright, poet and satirist Ishmael Reed takes aim at the New York City art world with The Slave Who Loved Caviar, his new play about the life and career of Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Theater for the New City's Village Hallowen Costume Ball Goes Virtual Photo Theater for the New City's Village Hallowen Costume Ball Goes Virtual
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 6, 2020

Theater for the New City's Village Halloween Costume Ball, a revered Village tradition that frequently welcomes over 1,200 revelers, will be presented virtually this year with most of its key traditions preserved. Notable artists including Everett Quinton, F. Murray Abraham, Austin Pendleton, Phoebe Legere and Penny Arcade.

Photo Flash: Over 100 Black Cultural Leaders And Artists Celebrate Iconic Photo with  Photo Photo Flash: Over 100 Black Cultural Leaders And Artists Celebrate Iconic Photo with "A Great Day in New York"
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 13, 2020

On August 12, 1958, in the midst of this nation’s burgeoning civil rights movement, a legendary group of jazz artists gathered in Harlem to be forever captured in the iconic photo, “A Great Day in Harlem.”