The Walking Dead's IronE Singleton To Perform His One-Man Show At Walker Stalker Con Atlanta

IronE Singleton, the The Blind Side actor best known for his role as T-Dog in AMC's TV adaptation of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead, will perform his one-man show Blindsided By The Walking Dead at Walker Stalker Con Atlanta.

Singleton will be performing the show on Friday, October 17th at 8:00pm.

Blindsided by the Walking Dead shows IronE’s transformation by sharply contrasting the trials and tribulations of his life growing up destitute living in a housing project in Atlanta during the onset of the hip hop explosion and crack epidemic to his rise to fame in the Oscar nominated and biggest box-office grossing sports movie ever, The Blind Side and subsequent landing on The Walking Dead, the biggest show in cable television history.

Here's the official description:

Through drama, comedy, dance, spoken word and rap, Blindsided by the Walking Dead takes you on a roller coaster ride of emotions and peaks with a surprisingly explosive conclusion. The main and only character of this production, IronE, plays a multitude of characters. In addition to playing his alter ego, appropriately named, “Alter E”, he plays, Kid E, Teen E and Scholar E in order to depict his life as a child, a teenager and student athlete at The University of Georgia. Also, IronE transforms himself into a thug, crack addict, a hoochie mama, a drag queen, an Englishman, an Asian, a Hispanic, Richard III from Shakespeare, GOD and his own deceased mother before our very eyes. There is also a tribute to Dr. King and Gandhi. This show offers a perspective on the psyche of a young man growing up in America. Overall, this show explores the human condition and offers a solution to the issues we all encounter as human beings.