“Miracle in Rwanda,” playing on Theatre Row on 42nd Street, tells the story of one young woman’s struggle. It is a moving, at times heart-wrenching, and inspiring story.
Camille A. Brown, who hails from Queens, New York, and Juel Lane from Atlanta, Georgia, have spent a good deal of their ever-evolving dance careers working on the same stages.
“Ain’t No Mo’” is a tour de force. Playwright and star Jordan E. Cooper, a fresh new voice on the New York Theater scene, has created a theatrical masterpiece.
Anyone who has seen Ailey's exquisite Linda Celeste Sims perform duets with her husband Glenn Allen Sims can attest that there is always something magical in the air when the two dance together.
Rwandan actress Malaika Uwamahoro is presently in rehearsal for her one-woman-play, “Miracle in Rwanda,” in which she plays 10 separate characters, at the Lion Theater.
Dance Theatre of Harlem’s upcoming City Center season (April 10-13) is special for so many reasons.
Carnegie Hall’s “Migrations: The Making of America,” is a five-week, 100 hundred event citywide festival about the people who have helped shaped American culture.
I love Woodie King Jr.’s New Federal Theatre, and its most current offering “Looking For Leroy” is proof of why.
In celebration of their 50th anniversary, Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) returns to New York City Center (April 10 through 13) offering a mixed bill of classics and repertory favorites.
Playwright Will Snider has a very compelling drama being presented at Urban Stages.
The month of March is dominated by a full month of dance (March 1–30) at BAAD! The Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance, with their BAAD! Ass Women Festival.
“Choir Boy,” a brilliant, compassionate and touching work by African-American playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney, is a colossal theatrical experience! McCraney is making an explosively impressive Broadway debut.
Hello my people. You only have until Feb. 17 to see “Behind the Sheet,” a powerful story that sheds a blaring light on a story most of us are not familiar with, but that needs to be told!
In just the first weekend of February, three performances are a must see.
“Network” is a fascinating multimedia experience where the audience gets to realize the over-exaggerated role television plays in the lives of everyday people.