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Dot

Written by Colman Domingo
Directed by Corey Mitchell

May 2022

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This show contains adult language and themes, recommended for ages 16+

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This hilarious new play grapples unflinchingly with aging parents, midlife crises, and the heart of a West Philly neighborhood.

The holidays are always a wild family affair at the Shealy house. But this year, Dotty and her three grown children gather with more than exchanging presents on their minds. As Dotty struggles to hold on to her memory, her children must fight to balance care for their mother and care for themselves. DOT originally premiered at the Humana Festival of New American Plays.

This show contains adult language and themes, recommended for ages 16+

What People Are Saying
Entertainment Weekly
"DOT is a beautifully unsettling play! [...] Colman Domingo's most ambitious play to date. A fearless mix of bone-dry humor and warp-speed emotional shifts."
New York Times
"A thoroughly entertaining comedy-drama! [...] An impressive advance for Colman Domingo."
Theatre Mania

"A magnificent new play! Full of laughter and heartbreak [...] Colman Domingo tackles the subject with intelligence, heart and humor."

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Meet the Artists

Corey Mitchell
Corey Mitchell

Director

Tony Award winner Corey Mitchell is the inaugural recipient for Excellence in Theatre Education. He was selected as a top 50 Finalist for 2017 Global Teacher Prize and was named North Carolina Outstanding Theatre Arts Educator by the North Carolina Theatre Conference. Most recently, he was selected as the first recipient of the Stephen Schwartz Musical Theatre Teacher of the Year Award, presented by the Educational Theatre Association and the ASCAP, and also received The Cato Lifetime Achievement in Teaching Award from the Arts and Science Council of Charlotte. Corey has twenty-five years’ experience in the classroom, including twenty years as Theatre Arts Educator at Northwest School of the Arts in Charlotte, NC.

Corey is active as a director, actor, keynote speaker, educational consultant, and workshop presenter in Charlotte and throughout the country. He advocates for arts education through his work on the Board of Directors for the North Carolina Theatre Conference and The Arts Empowerment Project. Corey’s past and present students are performing, writing, and composing for community, university, and regional theatre, as well as theme parks, independent and studio films, the West End, national tours, and Broadway musical-theatre productions.

Colman Domingo
Colman Domingo

Playwright

A 2021 Hollywood Critics Association Award and Imagen Award nominee for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his work in Euphoria and a Film Independent Spirit, NAACP, SAG and Critics Choice Award nominee for his work in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Colman Domingo is a Tony, Olivier, Drama Desk, and Drama League Award nominated actor, director, writer and producer. Colman has recently received his Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters from Ursinus College. He just joined the faculty of University of Southern California, School of Dramatic Arts as a Professor of acting, after having served as a Juilliard School Creative Associate and a faculty member of the Yale School of Drama. Colman has starred in some of the most profound films in recent years such as Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk, Steven Spielbergs' Lincoln, Lee Daniel's The Butler, Ava DuVernay's Selma and Nate Parker's Birth of a Nation. He stars in this summer’s films, Jordan Peele's Candyman and Janicza Bravo's Zola. He stars on AMC's Fear the Walking Dead for seven seasons and guest stars on HBO's Euphoria as Ali. He recurred on Steven Soderbergh's series The Knick. As a writer, his plays and musicals include Dot (Samuel French), Wild with Happy (Dramatist Play Service) and A Boy and His Soul (Oberon Books), the Tony Award nominated Broadway musical Summer: The Donna Summer Musical and Geffen Playhouse’s groundbreaking musical Light's Out: Nat King Cole. His plays have been produced by The Public Theater, Vineyard, La Jolla Playhouse, Humana Festival of New American Plays, New York Stage and Film, A.C.T, The Tricycle Theater in London, Brisbane Powerhouse in Australia, among others. He is the recipient of a Lucille Lortel, Obie, Audelco and GLAAD Award for his work. Colman is currently writing a new musical for The Young Vic in London/ Concord Music. His production company, Edith Productions, has a first look deal with AMC Studios for which he is developing television, film, theater and animation projects. He is currently shooting Season 4 of his series, Bottomless Brunch at Colman's across all AMC platforms and readying his scripted series West Philly, Baby, for which he will write, direct and executive produce for ALLBLK/AMC+.

Learn More

Playwright Interview: Colman Domingo

Humana Fetival

An interview with playwright Colman Domingo about the world premiere of Dot at the Humana Festival

Playwright Interview: Colman Domingo
Interview: Colman Domingo and Tessa Thompson

Interview Magazine

Playwright Colman Domingo talks Dot, theatre, tv and film with friend and fellow actor Tessa Thompson

Interview: Colman Domingo and Tessa Thompson
Colman Domingo to Adapt His Play ‘Dot’ as TV Series for AMC Studios, ALLBLK

Variety

Read about the new TV series based on "Dot" that will be coming to AMC in 2022

Colman Domingo to Adapt His Play ‘Dot’ as TV Series for AMC Studios, ALLBLK