Soul-stirring, take you to school, take you to church theater is happening right now at the Billie Holiday Theatre as it presents “A Small Oak Tree Runs Red."
Two-time Tony Award-winning director George C. Wolfe returns to Broadway this spring with a revival of the Eugene O’Neill drama, “The Iceman Cometh.”
We hope everybody’s holiday calendar included at least one evening of the annual month-long performances by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at New York City Center.
The year 2017 was historic, as African-Americans made great strides on Broadway.
When I go to the theater I want to be entertained. I don’t mind learning about real-life situations that deal with serious topics.
Oh, what a night! The 45th annual AUDELCO “VIV” Awards recognizing excellence in Black theater was fabulous at Symphony Space Monday, Nov. 20.
The Theater at Madison Square Garden has the next holiday tradition with “Elf The Musical.”
Make “The Lion King” part of your circle of life! It lifts the soul! It’s no wonder this musical is celebrating its 20th year on Broadway: it is truly a one-of-a-kind experience.
Include dance in your holiday plans, and begin with the world premiere of George Emilio Sanchez’s “Bang, Bang, Gun Amok,” a 24-hour “performance filibuster” dedicated to U.S. gun culture, Dec. 8-9 at Abrons Arts Center.
J. Alphonse Nicholson captivates the soul as he performs solo in “Freight: The Five Incarnations of Abel Green,” a New Federal Theatre production playing at the Castillo Theatre on 42nd Street.
British actor Sope Dirisu was an average, fairly popular kid growing up in the North London suburb of Colindale.
The recent production of the dance/drama at Japan Society, “Left-Right-Left” “…was developed based on the never-seen-before concept of combining noh music and contemporary dance.”
The phrase “each one, teach one” will take on a new meaning Nov. 6 when Harlem Stage hosts a unique conversation between two remarkable African-American dance pioneers—American Ballet Theatre principal Misty Copeland and dance legend Carmen de Lavallade—before an audience ...
This month’s calendar begins with the world premiere of Preeti Vasudevan’s “Stories by Hand,” created and performed by Vasudevan, at New York Live Arts, Nov. 2 to Nov. 4.
In 1961, opera soprano Leontyne Price made her debut at the Metropolitan Opera and elicited an ovation that was more than 35 minutes long.