A DAMN GOOD MAN
Dale Madison graduated from Northwestern High School in 1976. Besides being an honor student, he was voted “Most Spirited” out of his senior class. Just four months prior to his graduation, Dale was asked to leave home by his father after discovering he was gay. Dreams of going to NYU and study acting seemed to fly out of the window, but he never looked back.
Determined to become a performer, Dale taught himself how to sew and started his own modeling troupe. Later he joined a company of actors and founded Umoja Sasa (Unity Now) Storytellers company became successful in doing cultural presentations in schools and various organizations educating audiences on the art of African storytelling.