A Boy and His Soul

Monday, October 05, 2009

Colman Domingo discusses his one-man play "A Boy and His Soul," which he wrote and performs in. It’s about the life experiences of a young African-American man in 1970s and '80s Philadelphia, and is moved by classic soul, R&B and disco. Domingo won rave reviews for his performance in "Passing Strange." "A Boy and His Soul" has been extended through November 1 at the Vineyard Theatre (108 E. 15th St.). More information and tickets here.


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Comments [2]

Gail Cruise-Roberson from Jamaica, NY

Wonderful interview! The show is fantastic and I wish him all the best with it!

Oct. 05 2009 02:14 PM
Teresa from New York

your guest has one of the best laughs going! very hearty!

Oct. 05 2009 01:12 PM

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