THE RED LAMP

Genre: Comedy
By Hilliard Booth Directed by Patrick Mills

The Red Lamp is a comedy that explores fast, furious, and unexpected complications that occur when three family members decide to use one red lamp as a signal to alert three very different people for three very different reasons.
About the Company: Diversity Players Of Harlem

Diversity Players of Harlem, strive to ensure education and enlightenment opportunities through diverse forms of artistic and creative medium. It is our ultimate goal to nurture youth of undiscovered talents, and produce platforms for artists of various backgrounds. Furthermore, we believe that effectively meeting our goal will cure some of the societal ills affecting our communities.

Open:   07/25/07
Close:   07/29/07

Schedule:
Wednesday - Saturday 8:30pm Nightly
Saturday and Sunday 5pm Matinee
Theater:   Payan Theatre
Address:   300 W. 43rd St, 5th Floor
New York, NY
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Cost:$15.00
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Company: Diversity Players Of Harlem         Official Web Site: www.diversityplayersofharlem.com

Executive Producer and Director is the founder and CEO of DA’ Right Entertainment. As a child, Dwight Ali experienced the entertainment world by working in commercial print and television commercials. After a break from the business as a teen, Dwight Ali returned to acting on stage. His stage credits include “For This Reason… A Love Story”; “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat”; “Amen Corner”; “A Family’s Play”; “A Soldier's Play”; and “The Red Lamp”. He also is active in singing, dancing, song writing, producing, set design, and directing. Dwight Ali has also Directed a number of Productions including the New York Premieres of “He Said, She Said: A Romantic Comedy” by Shawn Luckey, “Love’s Gonna Get Ya!”  By James and Michele Woodson and “Die Laughing the Stage Play” by Marq Overton which staring Kevin “dot com” Brown of  NBC’s Emmy Award Winning 30 Rock in its run at the World Famous Laugh Factor. “Die Laughing” took a look at one man's life who is stricken with breast cancer and his struggle to push past the façade of ignorance and arrogance, in a quest to arrive at awareness and ultimate redemption. 

Shashone Lambert was born and raised in Staten Island, N.Y. After high school she served her country in the U.S. Air Force for over four years. In May of 2006, Shashone decided to follow her heart and began acting and dancing. Check her out at www.myspace.com/miss_shashone.
William Sudan Mason attended Virginia Commonwealth University where he studied Theater. He would like to thank his family and friends for their support, especially his son Amir, who gives him daily inspiration. Peace and Blessings.
Patrick Mills: Most recently he worked on Six Seconds in Charlack with ATA. Other ATA credits include John Q's Wife and Walking the Dream. He has also worked on Turtle Shell Theater's productions of Five by Tenn and The 8 Minute Madness Festival! He has assisted film director Duncan Roy, and stage directors John Cooper and Edward Elefterion. BFA from Hofstra University. myspace.com/patricksrmills
Tiffany RaeLynn developed her skills in theatre performance at California University of Pennsylvania. Since then she has stretched her abilities and appeared in a number of theatrical productions, including For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Was Enuf as the Lady in Red and The Nutcracker (Nursie/Mother Ginger). Film credits: "Cover" and "Black Sorority Project." She is excited to be working with the Diversity Players of Harlem and grateful to be used by God in sharing her gift with family, friends, and appreciators of meaningful art.
MAISHA MELONCON IS A NATIVE TEXAN. SHE GRADUATED FROM HAMTON UNIVERSITY WITH A BACHELORS DEGREE IN JOURNALISM. HER STAGE DEBUT INCLUDES PARTICIPATION IN THE FRINGE FESTIVAL STARRING IN THE 'THE GREAT DEFEAT OF COLTRANE GREY. MAISHA'S FILM AND TELEVISION CREDITS INCLUDE 'THE LIAU', HER ROLE AS A DOUBLE FOR LISA LESLIE IN A DISNEY CHANNEL PRODUCTION, AND AS AN EXTRA ON 'THE YOUNG AND RESTLESS'. SHE ENJOYS RUNWAY MODELING, DANCING, AND POETRY READING. HER INSPIRATION IS HER FAMILY.
Himyo was born with a sense of mission: A mission to evoke feelings of joy in those that he encounters throughout his daily life. That mission has been cultivated through the practice of Nichiren Buddhism and his spiritual mentor Daisaku Ikeda. Himyo has studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute as well as at Clark Atlanta University.