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06 May 2011

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DuttyBama

I read the reviews of this brother's work after the plays were produced at the Public in NYC. Really looking forward to seeing and producing more of his work in the future.

worst_1_yet

Thanks for the link to the story about him. Very nice.

Diva1961

Rod, thanks so much for continuing coverage of this wonderful artist. He doesn't get his due in a lot of black publications, but that doesn't make him any less fierce. This is why our lgbt artists of color skyrocket and the mainstream black community wonder where they came from, and start to say that these artists are oreos and whitewashed and only deal with white theaters. Black theater companies rarely step up to the plate and give these out artists a chance. Now he's moving in big international circles, and I say "bless him". He's wonderful.

Chase Coxxx

Good for that brother, I love to read about young black men taking control of their own destiny.

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1150987616

A wonderful playwright. I can't wait to see "American Trade."

jackhart

Heir to August Wilson's legacy? I want to learn more about this brotha instead of these tired "ghetto,tyler perry" plays that go from city to city.

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