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sarcasticstagemanager:

In honor of Fortress of Solitude beginning previews tonight at The Public Theater: Adam Chanler Berat and Kyle Beltran as Dylan Ebdus and Mingus Rude. Which you all seriously must see between tonight and November 2nd.

Note: despite the impression you might get from this photo, I promise this is a very serious musical.

happy first preview tonight to adam and the cast of fortress of solitude!

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"Clarkstown’s Adam Chanler-Berat starring in “Fortress of Solitude” at New York’s Public Theatre"

withalightinthedark:

Adam Chanler Berat, son of Shelley and Bert Berat of Pomona, cut his acting teeth as a student at Clarkstown schools and the sky has been the limit since.

The latest in his career exploits was a complete a run off-Broadway in “Fly By Night.” He is now appearing in “Fortress of Solitude” at New York’s Public Theatre, a production he previously starred in at the Dallas, Texas Theatre Center.

Berat plays Dylan, the only white boy on a rundown Brooklyn block. His mom runs away and leaves him alone with one friend, a black boy Mingus, who saves Dylan from loneliness and racial belligerence.

The production has a a lot of rhythm and blues music and is a story of 1970s Brooklyn and beyond. Of white and black, soul & rap, block parties and blackouts.

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BY GEORGE J. DACRE

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Kyle Beltran & Adam Chanler-Berat Will Star in The Fortress of Solitude at the Public; Full Cast Announced

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Kyle Beltran and Adam Chanler-Berat will star in the Public Theater’s The Fortress of Solitude as Mingus and Dylan, respectively. The new musical, with a book by Itamar Moses and music and lyrics by Michael Friedman, will run off-Broadway at the Public’s Newman Theater from September 30 through November 2. Opening night is set for October 22. Daniel Aukin directs.

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Adam having a giggle on the set of It Could Be Worse

Adam having a giggle on the set of It Could Be Worse