LADARRION WILLIAMS (Playwright) is a Los Angeles-based playwright, filmmaker, and author. His play, KATRINA, won first place at the Alabama State Thespian Conference. It was also a part of A Noise Within Theatre for their Noise Now Reading Series. In 2019, his play, Coco Queens, was a part of the Sundance Institute’s Playwriting Intensive and was also a semi-finalist for the 2020 Eugene O’Neill National Playwriting Conference. His play BOULEVARD OF BOLD DREAMS has had previous public readings, both featuring Mildred Marie Langford, at The Echo Theatre Company in 2020, and the New Works Festival at the Morgan-Wixson Theatre in Santa Monica, Calif.. After TimeLine’s production, it will also premiere at Greater Boston Stage Company in March 2023. Williams is currently a resident playwright/co-creator of The Black Creators Collective, where his play UMOJA made its West Coast premiere in January 2022. Serving as a writer-producer, Williams has curated three short films on YouTube. His viral and award-winning short film BLOOD AT THE ROOT is anticipated to become a Young Adult fantasy novel.


Early in the rehearsal process of Boulevard of Bold Dreams, director Malkia Stampley (MS) sat down with playwright LaDarrion Williams (LW) to discuss the inspiration for writing the play, what has made this process so …

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