Projects and Events
James Baldwin Interdisciplinary Workshop: An interdisciplinary workshop with students, referencing a range of musical and literary examples, to explore and respond to James Baldwin’s body of work.
Career Advice Discussion with Drama Students: Virtual meet-up with third- and fourth-year Drama students to provide career guidance and advice.
Drama Community Meeting: Creative Associate Colman Domingo spoke at a virtual gathering of all Drama Division students, faculty, and staff on his career in theater, television, and film.
Nothing Personal, but…: Livestreamed Zoom performance using text from James Baldwin’s Nothing Personal directed with Patricia McGregor alongside fellow Creative Associates Jon Batiste and Lil Buck and featuring works by JuilliART artist Julie Mehretu, followed by a conversation moderated by faculty member Fredara M. Hadley View Video
Artistic Collaboration in Film and Beyond: A Virtual Conversation with Creative Associates Nicholas Britell and Colman Domingo, Moderated by Creative Associate Raja Feather Kelly: A virtual discussion on artistic process and creative collaboration, including on the artists' work together on Barry Jenkins’ film If Beale Street Could Talk.
Tony, Olivier, Drama Desk, and Drama League award-nominated actor, director, writer, and producer. Colman Domingo recently received an honorary doctorate in humane letters from Ursinus College. He is a Juilliard Creative Associate whose plays and musicals include Dot (Samuel French), Wild With Happy (Dramatist Play Service), and A Boy and His Soul (Oberon Books), the Tony-nominated Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, and Lights Out: Nat King Cole. His work has been produced by the Public Theater, Vineyard Theater, La Jolla Playhouse, Humana Festival of New American Plays, New York Stage and Film, A.C.T, Tricycle Theater in London, and Brisbane Powerhouse in Australia, among others. He is the recipient of Lucille Lortel, Obie, Audelco, and GLAAD awards for his work. Domingo also has two television series in the works for AMC and HBO, which he will executive produce and write. He stars in AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead and HBO's Euphoria. His production company, Edith Productions, has a first-look deal with AMC for which he is developing television, film, theater, and animation projects.