Kareem M. Lucas

Kareem M. Lucas is a Brooklyn born and Harlem based Actor/Writer/Producer/Director. His solo pieces include “The Maturation of an Inconvenient Negro”, “From Brooklyn With Love”, “RATED BLACK: An American Requiem”, “A Boy & His Bow”, and “Black Is Beautiful, But It Ain’t Always Pretty”. He has performed his solo work at Snug Harbor Cultural Center, The Center for Arts & Culture at Restoration, Harlem School of the Arts, Flushing Town Hall, Pregones Theater, The Greene Space, Aaron Davis Hall at City College, The Town Hall, The Fire This Time Festival, IRT Theater, The Slipper Room, Teatro Circulo, Studio Tisch at NYU Grad Acting, Jimmy’s No. 43, MAGIC TIME at Judson Arts Wednesdays, Hi-ARTS, New York Theatre Workshop, and The Public Theater. He is currently co-collaborating on the development of the immersive theatrical piece “The Black History Museum…According to the United States of America”, as a writer and performer with the Smoke & Mirrors Collaborative as a part of their Residency at HERE Arts Center. He most recently presented his solo piece, “RATED BLACK: An American Requiem”, as a part of New York Theatre Workshop’s Next Door Series. He is a part of The 2019 Mentor Project at The Cherry Lane Theatre, and this February a production of his show “The Maturation of an Inconvenient Negro” will be mounted. Plus, he’s a teaching artist with The Classical Theatre of Harlem, and The 52nd Street Project. MFA: NYU Graduate Acting Program.

For more info you can visitwww.KareemMLucas.com or follow him on Instagram @KareemMLucas