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.”
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.
When it comes to experiencing the arts, some of the best resources we currently have are online with the libraries and theater companies who are offering families some prime entertainment and relaxation, and a chance to escape reality and experience something different.
Zora Howard is a great talent. This playwright penned, “Stew,” a play that told the story of three generations of the Tucker family women and played recently at the Walkerspace at 46 Walker Street, presented by Page 73 Productions.
During my 32 years as a theater critic I have often proclaimed that “Theater is a gift from God,” because when done well, it allows an audience for 2½ hours to escape their reality and buy into the reality that is being presented on stage.
Pearl Cleage in a visionary! Her work, making its New York debut after being performed for 25 years throughout the country, was conceived before its time.
There is no fourth wall, there is a lot of heart, appreciation, originality and a countless number of rhymed words that will make your heart sing.
“A Soldier’s Play” is a theatrical masterpiece! It is a master class in what a Broadway play should be.