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  • The Lark Theater 

  • Queens Theater in the Park and H.E.R.E Theater in New York

  • Grahamstown Festival in South Africa

  • Victory Gardens

  • Congo Square 

  • ETA Theatre 

  • Studio Theatre

  • St. Louis Black Repertory 

  • Horizon Theatre 

  • National Black Theatre Festival featuring Malcolm Jamal Warner 

  • Stage 52 

  • New Jersey Repertory Company 

  • Yale University™s Heritage Theater 

  • Dunbar Repertory Theatre 

  • Kuntu Repertory Theatre 

  • Jazz Actor's Theatre 

  • Columbia College

  • Pittsburgh's New Voices


  • Married but Single starring Lisa Raye;

  • Things that Lovers Do featuring Kenny Lattimore & Chante Moore, Clifton Powell, and Kim Whitley for BACI Entertainment.

  • (co-writer): 3 Ways to Get a Husband  starring Leon, Billy Dee Williams, Lenny Williams, Shirley Murdock;

  • Cheaper to Keep Her starring Vivica Fox, Brian McKnight;

  • Recipes for Love starring Carl Payne, Paula Jai Parker;

  • Whatever She Wants starring Vivica Fox, Boris Kodjoe, Richard Rountree; "Cheaters starring Brian McKnight, James Avery, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Michael Jai White, Karen Malina White;

  • Men, Money & Gold Diggers starring Carl Payne, Robin Givens, Miguel Nunez, and Terri Vaughn;

  • Confessions starring the late Gerald Levert, Kelly Price, and Don DC Curry

  •  Marriage Material  starring Tank, A Allen Payne, Michael Colyar, T-Boz and Jill Marie Jones.



Dave Robinson (Lombardi) Circle in the Square.


Films include:

  • Tyler Perrys™ The Oval

  • Boo! A Medea Halloween

  • Poor Jane,

  • The Watsons Go to Birmingham for Hallmark Channel

  • BET™s Let the Church Say Amen

  • MGM Barbershop 2

  • Tyler Perrys™ Daddy's Little Girls

  • NBC The Temptations

  • Askew Films Dogma

  • SC Educational Television Porgy: A Gullah Version

  • Morning Due film short CANNES Film Festival


Guest Star, Recurring:

  • Co Star on BET™s The Yard

  • STARZ Survivor™s Remorse

  • CW™s Containment

  • TBS™ House of Payne

  • FOX™s The Mob Doctor and Prison Break

  • History Channel™s Six

  • R. Kelly and IFC™s Trapped in the Closet

  • ABC™s One Life to  Live


  • Jackie Robinson

    • (Mr. Rickey Calls a Meeting) Looking Glass Theatre

  • Othello

    • (Othello) Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre

  • Sterling

    • (Two Trains Running) Geva Theatre

  • Mickey

    • (Memoirs of a Junkie) Stage52, Los Angeles

  • Title Role

    • (The Stuttering Preacher) at The Complex in Hollywood

  • Flip

    • (Stick Fly) for The McCarter & True Colors

  •  Herald Loomis

    • (Joe Turner™s Come and Gone) for Baltimore Centerstage &The Goodman/Congo Square

  • Red Carter

    • (Seven Guitars)

  • Young Ali

    • (Ali) and Wendell Bailey (Before it Hits Home) for Congo Square

  • Sherman

    • (Crying Shame) for St. Louis Black Repertory & Kuntu Repertory

  • Tone

    • (Deep Azure) at the Apollo Theatre for the NY Hip Hop Theatre Festival

  • the Provost

    • (Measure for Measure)  for Pittsburgh Public

  • Asagai

    • (A Raisin in the Sun) for City Theatre

  • Guy

    • (Blues for an Alabama Sky) for Kuntu Repertory

  •  Cory

    • (Fences)

  • Pericles

    • (Pericles)

  • Macbeth

    • (Macbeth)

  • Joe

    • (Pill Hill). 

  • Heaven (writer/actor)

    • a short film nominated for the African Movie Academy Award, directed by Chadwick Boseman (star of 42) featured in HollyShorts Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, Cannes International Pan African Film Festival and Martha Vineyard™s African American Film Festival.

  • Largo (writer/actor)

    • short film in post production.

  • No Ordinary Love  (writer/director/actor/producer)

    • short film in post-production

  •  The Big Hit (writer/director/actor)

    • short film in pre-production.

  • Dramatic Publishing Company, Smith and Krauss of New York

  • 2004 Publication "Seven Black Plays Northwestern University Press

USA Today Weekend Magazine as August Wilson's Protege - May 2001 

Black Voices Quarterly “ Summer 2001 

The Cover Issue of American Theatre Magazine - October 2002 

Black Mask - October 2003.

Deadline Online Magazine - The Oval, 2019



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