Tony-nominated writer Dominique Morisseau, who earned a nod in the Best Book of a Musical category for Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations, discusses the significance of Black creatives on and off the stage being nominated at 2019 Tony Awards in an exclusive interview with rolling out.

Writer Dominique Morisseau on Black creatives getting nods at 2019 Tony Awards

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