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Lawrence A. Dulin Jr.

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  • California State University , Northridge
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About :: Creative and Performing Arts Center Inc.
www.capacweb.org, 1 Jan 2012 [cached]
CAPAC'S history - CAPAC began March 16, 2002, in Prince William County, Virginia, by a group of concerned citizens led by Co-Founders Lawrence A. Dulin and Denise M. McPhail.
Lawrence A. ...
www.capacweb.org, 26 June 2007 [cached]
Lawrence A. DulinArtistic Director
ArtistLawrence is a graduate of California State University, Northridge majored in Theatre Arts.He has completed a year of graduate studies in theatre at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan before going on to complete an Theatre Administration apprenticeship program at the Alliance Theater in Atlanta, GA.Lawrence has worked for various theater organizations in Detroit, MI., Atlanta, GA., Evansville, IN., Woodbridge, VA., Nashville, TN., and Los Angeles, CA.Lawrence is the co-founder of CAPAC.Currently Lawrence is the Executive/Artistic Director of CAPAC in Woodbridge, VA. Other plays that he has directed are: "Beauty and the Beast," "Langston Hughes," "Gospel at Colonus," "Native Son," "Peter and the Wolf," "Poems, Plays and Things," "The Dutchman," "Big Boy Leaves Home," "The Back Home Hour," and "For Colored Girls.
Capac News & Information
www.capacweb.org, 26 June 2007 [cached]
Lawrence A. Dulin, Artistic Director
Manassas Journal Messenger | Working Together
www.manassasjm.com, 13 Oct 2005 [cached]
Lawrence Dulin of Dumfries saw a lack of diversity on stages throughout Prince William County and implemented CAPAC (pronounced kay-pac), the non-profit Creative and Performing Arts Center, to provide education and entertainment to all cultures while inspiring cultural diversity.
"Our goal is to have a stage that is the makeup of the community," Dulin said.
WHEN YOU GO
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Spending time in metropolitan areas from Detroit to Los Angeles and Chicago, Dulin was disappointed in what he saw, or rather, didn't see, onstage in the county.
"You have to go to D.C. to see ethnically diverse [arts]," he said.
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In "Peter and the Wolf," Dulin is proud of the show with a diverse cast of 9- to 17-year-olds and interaction with the orchestra.
"We tried to put a cast together that shows a reflection of the community that it's in," Dulin said.
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Dulin started CAPAC here in 2002, when he moved to Prince William.He founded the group in 1990 as a theater and arts major at Wayne State University in Detroit.
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"A community that knows itself is a stronger community," Dulin said.
Potomac News Online | Celebrating 'Miss Jennie'
www.potomacnews.com, 16 Feb 2006 [cached]
Written and directed by CAPAC's executive artistic director, Lawrence Dulin, the one-woman show consists almost entirely of monologues chronicling Dean's life and struggles to see her dreams of building churches and trade schools for African-Americans actualized.
In between almost every of the 16 monologues is a "spiritual" dance number, performed by CAPAC'S dance troupe.
"The dances are supposed to engage the audience," Dulin said.
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The play was scheduled, Dulin said, to correspond with Black History Month.
"Diversity is our number one focus," he said."Our performances are meant to be culturally enriching and educational."
And the play is a veritable history lesson, with the script sculpted by historical archives on Dean that the Manassas Museum provided to Dulin.
Born into slavery, Dean never knew when her birthday was, only a time frame -somewhere between 1848 and 1852.
In the play, she says this was one of the many ways slave owners kept their slaves in the dark.
What the audience will ultimately see is a woman who, with her family, prevailed through slavery and worked diligently and resourcefully to achieve her goals.
When Dean was just a child her "daddy" said to her: "If you want something bad enough, you don't let nothing stop you."
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