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Mars Andrew Hill, III Biography (1927-)
Addresses: Home: Five Homestead Avenue, Albany, NY, 12203.
In addition to his writings and teaching, Mr. Hill has performed as an actorin over 30 roles with the various groups he has organized and worked with, including The Contemporary Player in Seattle, WA.
- playwright, educator, director
- Birth Details
- November 18, 1927
- Pine Bluff, Arkansas
- Math Instructor, Adult Education Program, Albany Public Schools, 1966-67;Lecturer/Teacher, Black History, the Albany Academy, Albany, NY, 1976.
The Man in the Family; Occupation; The Street Walkers; Eclipse; Huzzy;Celebration; House & Field; First in War; The Militant Preacher; Slaveship; The Visitors; Improvisations; Monkey Motions; Malice in Wonderland; Cavorting with the Whartons; Sugar Mouth Sam, Sezwe Bansi;
- Two Ten; The Cage; The Trader; A Very Special Occasion; You Ain't GotNo Place to Put Yo Show; Peck; To Have and to Have Not; Hide and Go Seek; Sodalbany & Machinemora; Ghost-writers Legacy; On the Winsome.
- Teacher, Black Theatre, State University of New York at Albany, 1970; Coordinator, the Abor Hill Community Center, 1970-72; Coordinator, the CommunityBlack Arts Festival, 1970-73; founder, The Black Experience Ensemble, 1968-present; Director, Theatre Program, Kentwood Academy, 1969. Consultant, Congress of African People, 1970.
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