Jamil A.C. Mangan

Actor | Director | Voice Over Artist | Educator
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Written by Ricardo Khan
in collaboration with 
Kathleen McGhee-Anderson 
Murray Horwitz
Nathan Louis Jackson
and Nikkole Salter
Directed by Ricardo Khan

 

April 8–24, 2022

June 10–26, 2022
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PIPELINE by: Dominique Morisseau
Directed by: Jamil A.C. Mangan

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CAST

Kristin Ellis as Nya

Will Sims II as Xavier

Malaina Moore as Jasmine

James Carrington as Dun

Tami Workentin as Laurie

Ibraheem Farmer as Omari

 

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Nya, a committed inner-city public high school teacher, is desperate to give her only son Omari opportunities her students will never have. When a controversial incident at his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Morisseau pens an impassioned and compelling story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future despite society’s challenges stacked against them both.

OTHER NEWS

 Filmmaker: Celeste A. Bateman“Gone Too Soon: The Life, Legacy and Loss of  Newark’s Cultural Icons” is a documentary that examines the lives and documents the artistic, cultural and educational contributions of several of Newark, NJ’s cultural icons, who left us much too soon, among them: WBGO Jazz-88 CEO Cephas Bowles. Poet/Playwright/Activist Amiri Baraka, Poets Breya “Blkbrry Mollassez” Knight and Halim Suliman; Actor/Director/Arts Administrator Rodney Gilbert, Historians Dr. Clement Alexander Price, Charles F. Cummings and Dr. Robert Curvin, Artists Russell A. Murray and Jerry Gant and theater producer Kabu Okai-Davies. Music: "Jazz Interlude" by Carter "Roc" Mangan, Jr.

 GONE TOO SOON : Documentary 

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