PRLog - Jun. 25, 2014 - D.C., Wash. -- Award winning playwright and best selling author, Darnell Lamont Walker’s stage play, “Damn, Women,” directed by Geoffrey Award Winning director and NAACP Theater Award nominee, Terésa Alexander Dowell-Vest and starring Tony Martin, Marty Lamar, Jamar Hunter, and Terésa Alexander Dowell-Vest wins Best Drama in the DC Black Theater Festival’s One Act competition. Darnell Lamont Walker is an writer, artist and conversationalist who is known for his dynamic and colorful personality, ability to connect with his audience, use of acrylics and oils on canvas, and compelling, refreshing words delivered through the mouths of chosen actors.
Damn Women Cast
Darnell Lamont Walker’s stage play, “Damn, Women” was chosen for the festival in April 2014 by the DC Black Theater Festival committee. There were hundred of entries nationwide from writers looking for the opportunity to present their work, and five were chosen. Competing for Best Drama along with “Damn, Women” were “The Fight” and “Knight to King” by TS Grant, “I Think God For That” by Jackie Thomas,” “Door Number Four,” by Robyn Brooks. The Date for the show was June 23, 2014 at Anacostia Art Center located at 1231 Good Hope Rd. Washington, DC.
After winning Best Drama, “Damn, Women” moves forward to compete in the championship Friday June 27, 2014 at the Anacostia Art Center against the best of each category; comedy, solo/duo act, and “anything goes.” The show begins at 9PM and costs only $10.
Darnell Lamont Walker lives and works in Los Angeles and New York City. His work is represented throughout the world in various galleries and bookstores, including Barnes and Noble. Darnell Lamont Walker currently travels, talking with aspiring artists, activists, educators, prisoners and happy people about what life is all about. His website can be found at www.thecleverbastard.com.
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