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Kerwin Thompson Shines In Gritty Relationship Drama
November 5, 2015 – Atlanta native Kerwin Thompson stars in the gritty relationship drama “Brothers of Affliction” at the West End Performing Arts Center. The show is presented by Rising Sage Theatre and runs November 5 - 22, 2015.
By: Horn PR
Kerwin Thompson is a multi-faceted performer who has quickly become an Atlanta favorite in its thriving, theatre community. He is driven to use his talent not just to entertain but to touch the souls of audience members. Thompson was trained by the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta (YEA) and the Alliance Theater. He has recently been featured in Mama Bear by Sharon Harris Warrick, Colored Lodging by Bill Harris (Atlanta Black Theatre Festival), The Passing of Fatha Thyme by Roz Ayres-Williams (Atlanta Black Theatre Festival), A Piece of My Mind! by Ron McIntyre, and On a Clear Day At the Carwash by Mia Kristin Smith (Ft. Wayne, IN Fringe Festival).
“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to portray such a complex character, whose troubles, faults, and vices speak to the universal truths of the human condition.”
Brothers of Affliction runs November 5-22, 2015, and is presented by Rising Sage Theatre. All performances will be held at the West End Performing Arts Center, located at 945 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. in Atlanta. Tickets are available on the company website: http://www.risingsagetheatre.com.
Photo Credit: Kufunya Kail