Event Photo Colman Domingo | Patricia McGregor

Tickets: $20


Sun, Oct 4 | 7:30 pm

The Artist Studio at BRIC

647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Colman Domingo | Patricia McGregor

651 ARTS launches its 2015-16 Season with its signature LIVE & OUTSPOKEN series, a riveting conversation about art and art making within the Black theater. Stage director Patricia McGregor sits down for a conversation with acclaimed playwright and stage and film actor Colman Domingo.

Follow the conversation: #LiveOutspoken #ClassicBlack

About the Artists: Colman Domingo

The Olivier, Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League Award-nominated and OBIE, GLAAD and Lucille Lortel Award-winning actor stars in the AMC original series Fear the Walking Dead. Domingo will also appear in season two of the Cinemax series The Knick. He starred in the Academy Award-nominated Paramount/Pathé film Selma as Reverend Ralph Abernathy,  directed by Ava DuVernay; Lincoln, directed by Steven Spielberg; Lee Daniels’ The Butler; and, the Spike Lee films Red Hook Summer, Passing Strange and Miracle at St. Ana. Mr. Domingo recently returned from The West End in London where he reprised the role he originated on Broadway in Kander and Ebb’s The Scottsboro Boys.  Mr. Domingo’s plays have premiered at The Public, Vineyard, Humana Festival, Tricycle and Brisbane Powerhouse Theaters, amongst others.  He recently helmed August Wilson’s Seven Guitars at Actor’s Theater of Louisville and A Band of Angels at New York City Children’s Theater.

Patricia McGregor

Patricia McGregor has twice been profiled by The New York Times for her direction of world premieres. Recent credits include Ugly Lies The Bone at Roundabout Underground; Stagger Lee at Dallas Theater Center; The House That Will Not Stand at Yale Rep; brownsville song (b-side for tray) at Lincoln Center; Raisin In The Sun, Winter’s Tale and Spunk at Cal Shakes; and, Hurt Village at Signature Theatre.  She has often directed The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway. Patricia attended the Yale School of Drama where she was a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow and Artistic Director of the Yale Cabaret.  Co-founder of Angela’s Pulse performance collective.

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