The Powerful Story of Actor/Singer & Civil Rights Activist Paul Robeson
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All offers for The World Is My Home have expired.
The last date listed for The World Is My Home was Sunday February 3, 2013 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Black Repertory Group Theater:
- Full Price:
- $25.00 - $55.00
- Our Price:
- $12.50 - $27.50
Best-selling R&B singer Adina Howard brings her sultry sound to Black Repertory Group Theater. Howard first gained a name for herself during the New Jack Swing Era of the mid-1990s, when her bold sexual imagery, vocal talent and provocative songs made her stand out as an artist to watch. Her first single, "Freak Like Me," was a big hit, and she's followed it up with songs like "What's Love Got to Do with It" (with Warren G), "(Freak) And U Know It) and "Nasty Grind." Learn More
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*About the Artist
*Jamaican born and Brooklyn bred, Stogie Kenyatta was classically trained at the Afro Am. Studio in Harlem, Henry St. Settlement & Al Fann Theatrical Ensemble. A finalist in the N.Y. State Theatre competition with artistic director John Houseman, he also studied Screenwriting and Political Science at the University of California and later privately with Ivan Markota at the Van Mar Academy for Television & Film Acting.
In the coming years he amassed over 30 television credits from sitcoms, film to soap operas, guest starring on J.A.G., Bold and the Beautiful, Batman & Robin, Half Past Dead, ER, Bernie Mac Show and FBI, to name a few.
A character actor with leading man appeal he has authentic Jamaica, British and African dialects, and has played many on screen.
As a stand-up comedian he co-headlined USO comedy tours in Tokyo, Japan and Okinawa. He has appeared on the Gulf of Mexico, the South of France, London and Comedy Clubs around the Country.