Postell Pringle

Postell performed at a SpeakTogether student matinee at the Williamsburg High School of Arts and Technology in Brooklyn, on April 12, 2019, speaking on the theme, “There Goes the Neighborhood.”

Postell Pringle’s Chicago credits include appearing in and co-creating Q Brother’s Christmas Carol (Jeff Award nomination for Best New Musical), Othello: The Remix (Jeff Award for Best Ensemble) and Funk It Up About Nothin’ (Jeff Award for Best Ensemble), all at Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Broadway credits include A Free Man of Color at Lincoln Center Theater. Off-Broadway credits include The Urban Retreat at The Public Theater/New York Stage and Film, The Seven at New York Theatre Workshop and La Jolla Playhouse, Song for New York at Mabou Mines and Hoodoo Love at Cherry Lane Theatre. Regional credits include Broke-ology at Kansas City Repertory Theatre, King Hedley II at American Stage and The Old Settler at Triad Stage. Film credits include Unknown Soldier and Orange Bow. Television credits include Rescue MeUnforgettableLaw & Order and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Pringle holds a BA from Bates College. He is a playwright, composer, hip-hop artist/music producer and creative associate of Q Brothers theater company. He is also a member of the Chicago band The ReTar Crew. Follow him on Twitter @posLuv