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07 June 2012 @ 12:18 pm
Hi Guys!

If you missed out on the previous Dulé Hill signed tote bag you get another chance!

This is a different design I created as an homage to Dulé's tapping as shown in "Feet Don't Kill Me Now."  It's similar to a design that I gave him a print of that he had hanging in his Stick Fly dressing room. As seen in his photo HERE.
Dulé signed this bag and added the message "You know that's right!" LOL!
Full detail can be found at the eBay listing HERE!!

In addition I'm auctioning a Stick Fly Playbill signed by Dulé Hill, Kenny Leon, Mekhi Phifer, Condola Rashad & Ruben Santiago-Hudson. 
You can find the Playbill auction HERE!!

Both these auctions are 100% tax deductible and benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS so please take a look & think about bidding.  
Thank you!!

Madeline
 
 
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29 May 2012 @ 04:55 pm
Hey Guys!
So, Dulé Hill was super kind enough to sign a tote bag for me to donate for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.  This is actually a tote bag that I designed to give Dulé as a gift.  He then tweeted about the bag. 
http://www.dulehill.com/photos/54904
So I had another made, which due to his being epic awesome, he signed in order to auction it for this fundraiser. And even added a little message. I mentioned he is epic awesome, right?

You can bid on this signed TAX DEDUCTIBLE tote bag here at the SOMETHING AWESOME AUCTION.
Thank you!
 
 
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14 January 2012 @ 03:16 pm
A lovely interview with Dulé Hill from CBS This Morning, up on the CBS news website
 
 
12 January 2012 @ 06:40 am
You've all probably already seen this, but it really needs to be included here as well:

James and Dulé announce the seventh season of Psych.

You know that's right. :-)
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22 December 2011 @ 09:33 pm
I've spent a few weeks without proper computer access, which is why I haven't posted links lately, so here's a whole bunch at once.

Some articles on Stick Fly (Not much praise for Dulé, unfortunately.):

Hollywood Reporter's review

SFGate's review

Black Star News review

Huffington Post review

Broadway World review

Playbill's review summaries

EW's This Week on Stage

Interview with Dulé and Mekhi Phifer about their parts in the play


And in other, Psych-related news:

Gus is on Star News Online's Top 10 TV characters of 2011!
 
 
28 November 2011 @ 06:28 am
NYMag has an interview with Dulé Hill: Still the Tap Dance Kid.
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15 November 2011 @ 06:23 am
The cast of Broadway play Stick Fly, including Dulé Hill and producer Alicia Keys, will sign autographs to those who buy tickets at the Cort Theatre, Wednesday the 16th of November. According to playbill.com:

Fans who purchase Stick Fly tickets at the Cort Theatre box office the morning of Nov. 16 will have the opportunity to stand in line and meet Keys and the cast, who will be on hand between 12-1 PM to sign posters in the lobby of the Cort Theatre.

The Cort Theatre is located at 138 W. 48th Street. The box office will open at 10 AM Nov. 16.


More information on Broadwayworld.com and The New Yorker, where we get a brief summary of the play: Lydia R. Diamond wrote this new comedy of manners, about an affluent African-American family that gathers for a vacation at their Martha’s Vineyard home.
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05 November 2011 @ 08:19 am
Pictures of Dulé from the Keep A Child Alive Black Ball:

Picture on Monsters & Critics
Picture on SFGate
Picture on American Superstar

Enjoy!
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15 October 2011 @ 09:21 am
Well, I guess you're all aware that Psych is back on our screen. :-)

But in other news, group tickets (8+ people) are now available for Dulé's Broadway play Stick Fly.

According to broadway.com, "Stick Fly follows the LeVays, an affluent African American family who come together to spend a weekend at their stately Martha's Vineyard mansion. The adult sons, aspiring novelist Kent and golden boy plastic surgeon Flip, have each brought their respective ladies (one black and one white) to meet the parents. Food, drink and Trivial Pursuit tangle with class, race and identity politics in this contemporary comedy of manners."

Sounds interesting. I envy those of you who get a chance to see it! (By reason of geography, it's not possible for me.)


There's also a brief interview with Dulé at ology.com on the topic of Sarah Michelle Gellar.