Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company

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Check out today's edition of UPFRONT Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry. It features my one-on-one interview with stage-screen-television actor Colman Domingo. The award-winning Broadway star was in town this week for his hit stage production DOT, which is playing now through August 12 at the Southwest Arts Center.  Domingo also opens up about his Broadway show, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical as well as his role in the film adaptation of If Beale Street Could Talk and much more.

Kenny Leon True Colors Theatre Company

Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company presents Colman Domingo's dramedy DOT. It takes place July 17 through August 12 at the Southwest Arts Center. 

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Check out this past weekend’s edition of UPFRONT! It featured stage and television actress Denise Burse talking about her role in the True Colors Theatre production of DOT. The star of Black Mirror and Tyler Perry’s House of Payne opened up about how her real life experiences prepared her for the role and more. 

Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company presents August Wilson’s King Hedley II now through March 11 at the Southwest Arts Center. 

Set in the 1980s inner city Pittsburgh, ex-con King Hedley II peddles stolen refrigerators to save up for his own business and hopefully, a new life. Desperately fighting to overcome his record, family and a world that’s against him, King spends his time trying to plant seeds in a garden where nothing can grow. This becomes the perfect metaphor for his life and his dreams seemingly doomed to a violent end. 

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Check out this past weekend's edition of #UPFRONT. It featured my one-on-one interview with iconic TV, Film and Broadway actress Jasmine Guy. She was in the studio to chat about directing True Colors Theatre Production of The First Noel, which opened this weekend at the Ferst Center for the Arts at GA Tech. Guy also discussed her role on the new SyFy series, Superstition and returning to the second season of BET's The Quad

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