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Arthur Theodore Wilson – Actor, Playwright, Poet, Educator » I For Color

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Arthur Theodore Wilson – Actor, Playwright, Poet, Educator

What color is a friend when you need one?”

 

Arthur Theodore Wilson is a Published Poet; Playwright; Teacher; and Co-Editor/Publisher over thirty years of Attitude Magazine.  Mr. Wilson was born in Newark, New Jersey at the end of World War II. His early fascination and interest in theater, poetry, gospel music, and the fine arts was guided by his mother, the late Evangelist Dorothy M. Outlaw-Sloan Wilson, who was a singer, member of The Church of God and Saints of Christ, and hosted a popular Radio Program for WNJR Newark Radio in the 50’s. Mr. Wilson’s credits the exposure and experience he gained at his mother’s side for motivating him to embrace a career in the arts leading to community outreach, theater, and Arts Education over forty years.

College bound, Mr. Wilson trained with The Men’s Experimental Dance Theater for Athletes by members of the Alvin Nickolas Dance Company at Illinois State University, while enrolled as a scholarship student in the Drama Department at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois. Mr. Wilson received his B.A. in The Humanities from the New School College at the New School for Social Research in New York, and completed the M.A. Program in Philosophy of Mind, Spinoza, Descartes, Leibniz, & Aesthetics at the University of London at Bedford College. While in London, Mr. Wilson worked with the legendary Hollywood Film Star, Ava Gardner, in the installation of The Minority Artist Wing of British Equity; was a member of The Tyrcon Theatre Company; performed Shakespeare at The Old Vic Theatre; was part of the Theatre Staff at The Kings Row Theatre for the original production of The Rocky Horror Show, starring actor Tim Curry; and was a dedicated student at numerous London Dance Studios.

 Motto: “Let it Go – Let it Flow.”

EDUCATION & CAREER SUMMARY

"As the writer of a play, you just can’t tell the audience what’s going on. You must show them,” Arthur Wilson said. “How you do that is up to each individual writer — but that’s the trick.”

“As the writer of a play, you just can’t tell the audience what’s going on. You must show them,” Arthur Wilson said.
“How you do that is up to each individual writer — but that’s the trick.”

Arthur Theodore Wilson is a Published Poet; Playwright; Teacher; and Co-Editor/Publisher over thirty years of Attitude Magazine.  Mr. Wilson was born in Newark, New Jersey at the end of World War II. His early fascination and interest in theater, poetry, gospel music, and the fine arts was guided by his mother, the late Evangelist Dorothy M. Outlaw-Sloan Wilson, who was a singer, member of The Church of God and Saints of Christ, and hosted a popular Radio Program for WNJR Newark Radio in the 50’s. Mr. Wilson’s credits the exposure and experience he gained at his mother’s side for motivating him to embrace a career in the arts leading to community outreach, theater, and Arts Education over forty years.

College bound, Mr. Wilson trained with The Men’s Experimental Dance Theater for Athletes by members of the Alvin Nickolas Dance Company at Illinois State University, while enrolled as a scholarship student in the Drama Department at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois. Mr. Wilson received his B.A. in The Humanities from the New School College at the New School for Social Research in New York, and completed the M.A. Program in Philosophy of Mind, Spinoza, Descartes, Leibniz, & Aesthetics at the University of London at Bedford College. While in London, Mr. Wilson worked with the legendary Hollywood Film Star, Ava Gardner, in the installation of The Minority Artist Wing of British Equity; was a member of The Tyrcon Theatre Company; performed Shakespeare at The Old Vic Theatre; was part of the Theatre Staff at The Kings Row Theatre for the original production of The Rocky Horror Show, starring actor Tim Curry; and was a dedicated student at numerous London Dance Studios.