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A ‘Piano Lesson’ Learned and Well-Earned [REVIEW]

by Miles Marshall Lewis

In his lifetime, the late, great playwright August Wilson penned two Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway dramas: Fences (1985)… Read More

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Celebrities Celebrate Dance with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

by Souleo

Dance is more than an artistic display of the physical prowess that lies within the human form. For many of those who attended the… Read More

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Khalil Kain Takes the Stage

by Melanie Yvette

Audiences were first introduced to Khalil Kane in the 1992 classic Juice, where he and Tupac played teenagers caught up… Read More

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Alvin Ailey’s Latest Season Is Another Hands-Down Winner

by Miles Marshall Lewis

Sequels are rarely more satisfying than the originals, but choreographer Robert Battle just defied the odds this… Read More

Rain Pryor Challenges Race

Rain Pryor Challenges Race

by Souleo

Sometimes all it takes is a title to pique one’s interest and with one such as “Fried… Read More

Jenny Mollet Reflects on Black Broadway

Jenny Mollet Reflects on Black Broadway

by Patrice Peck

Most nine year-olds don’t get the chance to meet celebrities, nonetheless perform with them. Then again, Jenny Mollet isn’t… Read More

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[INTERVIEW] Regina Taylor is Back on the Main Stage with "Crowns"

by Sergio Mims

Most people will be familiar with award winning actress Regina Taylor from her stellar work on TV series such as The Unit… Read More

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by Sergio Mims

Though she’ll be forever known as the iconic Clair Huxtable from The Cosby Show, there’s definitely a whole… Read More

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Young Women Tackle Sex Slavery in Powerful New Play, “Trafficked”

by Souleo

While the sex industry is one of the most financially profitable in the world, few are speaking out about its dark underbelly that… Read More

My 'Streetcar' Has Always Been Black

My 'Streetcar' Has Always Been Black

by Christopher Paul Moore

As an undergraduate theatre major in the 1970s with an interest in acting, I did not get to play Stanley Kowalski. It was a personal… Read More

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