Woodie King, Jr.

Woodie King, Jr.

Woodie King, Jr, born 27 July 1937 in Baldwin Springs, Alabama, United States, is a renowned African-American director and producer of stage and screen, as well as the founding director of the New Federal Theater in New York, New York, United States.

Read more about Woodie King, Jr.:  Early Life and Education, Film and Stage Direction, Co-Produced Plays, Awards and Recognition, Works

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