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Howard University's Department
of Theatre Arts is an internationally acclaimed leader and producer of artistic merit. Each season the Department of Theatre Arts presents classical and contemporary plays in its two-theatre complex. These plays offer not only entertainment, but also a forum for ideas and discussion.

About the Department: Faculty & Staff

kA'RAMUU KUSH, B.F.A., M.F.A.
Lecturer, Acting 

Dept. of Theatre Arts - Childers Hall, Room 1044
Howard University, Washington, DC 20059
(202) 806-7050
info@karamuu.com

kA'ramuuNative Detroiter kA'ramuu Kush is Professor of Acting for Television and Film. He earned his reputation as a consistent creator of independent underground short form cinema before earning top distinctions at one of the country's top film schools, AFI. At heart, he is a guerilla filmmaker with roots in NY theatre which is evidenced by the dramaturgical core of all his work. His work as an actor and/or director has toured internationally in over 20 film festivals including Cannes, Sundance, Hamptons, Tribeca, and LA Film Festival. 

While at AFI he earned numerous distinctions inclusive of the Frances Williams Artists Grant, Hewlett Packard Scholarship, Daniel J. Petrie Fellowship, and Fujifilm Production Grant. Upon completion, his AFI thesis film SALVATION ROAD was acquired by HBO in addition to garnering the DGA Jury Prize and the Caucus Foundation Gold Circle Award. He is also a Lincoln Center Director's Lab Alum, New Federal Theatre Artistic Associate and 2nd Stage Theatre Directing Fellow Alum.

He holds his BFA in Literature, Writing and The Arts from The New School University, MFA in Classical Drama from Sarah Lawrence College, and MFA in Film Directing from American Film Institute.

More info on kA'RAMUU can be accessed at www.karamuu.com
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