As July slowly gives way to August, Back To School Season has unofficially begun with its trademark department store commercials (even calling on your kids’ favorite comic book superheroes to inspire their clothing and school supply choices).
Historic Harlem Theater Partners with Hi-ARTS for the World Premiere of Powerful One-Woman Multimedia Play About the Prison-Industrial Complex
NEW YORK (July 25, 2017)—Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre (NBT) has joined forces with Hi-ARTS for the world premiere of The Peculiar Patriot.
Above: Cynthia Erivo The American Theatre Wing (Heather Hitchens, President) is pleased to announce new appointments to its Board of Trustees and Advisory Committee:
Above: Antoinette Nwandu Tuvalu, author of the Saddest Song. Sundance Institute’s Theatre Lab kicks off today with the announcement of this year’s participating acting company and creative advisors.
Delou African Dance Ensemble presents DanceAfrica Miami 2017: the 8th annual African Diaspora Dance & Drum Festival. This unique festival showcases dance, music, fashion, intercultural workshops and performances.
Shakespeare & Company is pleased to announce the production of Intimate Apparel by award-winning playwright Lynn Nottage and directed by Daniela Varon Opening on July 22, 2017.From Dramatist Play Service “Esther, a black seamstress lives in a boarding house for women and sews intimate apparel for clients who range from wealthy white patrons to prostitutes.
Pasadena Playhouse presents the new musical Shout Sister Shout!, featuring a book by Cheryl West and score based on the music of Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Ryan Jamaal Swain, Donnell E. Smith, Clinton Lowe and Sidiki Fofana will star in the award-winning playwright James Ijames’ “Kill Move Paradise,” opening at Dr.
If you are like me, you know that the #NetflixandChill movement is a relaxing alternative to going out (and spending extra money) on the weekends.
Above: Jaamil Olawale Kosoko Performance artist/poet Jaamil Olawale Kosoko. Photo by Erik Carter Lighting and projection designer David Bengali, performance artist and poet Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, and writer Erika L.