The arts community has suffered greatly during this pandemic. Since mid-March, all types of live performances have ceased.
Theater is vital, it is healing, it is a chance to escape from the everyday and into a fantasy reality that is performed on the stage.
the prestigious Music Critics Association of North America (MCANA) decided to grant Playwright and Director Tazewell Thompson the award for Best New Opera for “Blue."
The National Black Theatre is celebrating the life and influence of its founder, Dr. Barbara Ann Teer, during its Founder’s Month, running through July 18.
Please join me in this call to arms to sustain theaters of color, which are possibly facing a lack of funding in 2021!
African Americans were well represented at the 65th annual Drama Desk Awards, televised on NY1. “A Strange Loop,” a musical written by African American Michael R. Jackson, won five Drama Desk honors, including the top honor for best musical.
Since the pause in April due to COVID-19 which crippled the dance world, many dancers, choreographers and presenters have pledged to keep dance present.
The new reality for theater is free programming and live streaming.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact New York City and the rest of the country, Broadway performances will remain canceled through the summer.
During these uncertain times, it’s always refreshing to hear that someone has something positive to celebrate.
I had the distinct pleasure of seing an incredibly talented young actress named Kara Young for the first time in a play called “The New Englanders.”
COVID-19 has crippled the dance world in an unconscionable way, but balancing the struggle, the dance goes on.
If ever there was a creative, rich source for theater in Brooklyn, it has been the Billie Holiday Theatre in Restoration Plaza.
During these very difficult times, people need something beautiful to help lift their spirits. That is what "Broadway Sings for PRIDE" is hoping to provide.
Ladies and gentlemen, let the dance begin.