Don Corey Washington

Don Corey Washington (Psalmist/Musician) is a native of Detroit, Michigan, where his earliest musical training was in the church.

In 1981, Don moved to the NYC. He also began singing at open mike sessions and quickly earned a role in an off-Broadway production, Soulfusion, produced by the National Black Theatre. Don’s first solo performance was at Harlem’s famous jazz spot, the renowned Smalls Paradise Lounge.

Don also got a part in the hit gospel musical-drama, Mama, I Want To Sing, which he performed both in NYC and the national touring company. He has performed in other theatrical productions, such as Woodie King’s, “God Trombones” and “I Have A Dream.” Most recently, he has done Encore Production’s, “Mahalia: A Gospel Story.”

Don, is now a resident of East Orange,NJ. He travels extensively throughout the eastern Caribbean islands with his former pastor, Bishop Leo C. Smith, Jr., serving as conference music minister and soloist for the Eastern Caribbean Council of Nations, the 36th Episcopal District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World. –Linked In

NFT Credits

Credit Type Production Season
Actor God’s Trombones 1989-90 Season