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Moyende Kamali is an actor, Writer, and Director, who is very passionate about his art, he is a member of the Screen actors Guild and has pursued acting in the Bay area and Los Angeles, he has appeared in employee training videos, seven independent films, one movie of the week and in over twenty stageplays, he has written several screenplays and plays.
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Buffalo Soldiers, A Tale Lost
a powerful 1800 period theatrical release: Buffalo Soldiers, a Tale Lost triangles the lives, struggles, and conflicts of the Negro Cavalry, army Officials, and fearless Indian Warriors, while a lone courageous soldier risks his life to convince his comrades that fighting in a war where there are no victors is wrong. In this intelligent and original production, which was derived from actual events, new life is brought into a forgotten but crucial chapter in American history. Through Dramatic encounters and action filled plots, Buffalo Soldiers, a Tale Lost displays a clash between three cultures: the White Officers, who are steadfast in their superiority, the Indians, who are unwavering in their refUSAl to sign a peace treaty, and the Negro soldiers, whose complexities range from house slave to field slave, from heroes to killers, from proud service to insubordination.
Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco 2007
Level 9 enterprises
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Male: 15 Female: - Other: three female dancers
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