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April 26, 2004

B. Diddy

Is Broadway ready for P.Diddy? Or maybe he will now be called B. Diddy?

Walter Lee Younger is the character P. Diddy portrays in "A Raisin in the Sun," the play in which he is making his unlikely Broadway debut tomorrow, when it opens at the Royale Theater.

The NYT has an interesting story about him, his new appreciation for Broadway, and his special relationship with his new acting coach.


Posted by Lawren at April 26, 2004 08:01 AM

You Said

If only he were talented...in any respect.

Says: Jay at April 26, 2004 08:56 AM

I give him a lot of credit. While I despise his music, I have done a lot of reading up on this particular undertaking of his...and I am impressed to say the least.

Combs is actually taking this very seriously. And the fact the Philicia Richard is directing certainly adds credibility to thigns as well.

I am not syaing he is a great actor, but I am certainly saying that this is an important role for a black man to play, and to do so by a pop-icon will certainly bring a great story to a whole new crowd. This is a step in the right direction for expanding the minds of the youth.

The same cannot be said for performers such as DMX and Ja Rule, who seem to just play themselves, thugs that are waste's of space.

To undertake a role like this certainly seems to say he is doing things the right way. I persinally say "Good luck Combs!"

I tip my hat to him.

Says: Joe at April 27, 2004 11:42 PM

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