Theater that is a reflection of life is captivating to watch! It is funny, it is real, it is moving, it is sad, it is stirring!
The South African choreographer, Gregory Vuyani Maqoma, no stranger to New Yorkers, comes to The Joyce Theater
2019 was truly a year of Splendor for Black Theater!
Byron Tittle, a young tap dancer with the Dorrance Dance, the critically acclaimed tap troupe headed by MacArthur Award winner Michelle Dorrance.
Norm Lewis has been gracing the 54 Below stage for the last five years and his show “Naughty and Nice” definitely lives up to the title.
Whenever I hear that Donja R. Love has written a play I rush to go and experience it. This is one very gifted playwright and I adore how passionately and compassionately he writes about the issues of Black queer men.
Anna Deavere Smith’s brilliance, love for her fellowman and her portrayal of the racial tensions that arose in 1991—when 7-year old Gavin Cato died under the wheel of a car in the Grand Rebbe’s motorcade...
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s season is in full swing from Dec. 4 – Jan. 5 at City Center with five-weeks of performances that promise to rival the sparkle of the Swarovski crystal-studded Times Square ball that will bring ...
Smith’s intensely conceived and written work is one of the most beautiful examples of journalism come to life.
The Black Spectrum Theatre Company in Queens is absolutely a great place to experience marvelously entertaining theater.
I had the great fortune this past weekend to catch a delightful, well-written, -sung, -danced and -staged production called “The Dark Star from Harlem: The Spectacular Rise of Josephine Baker.”
In one of the most stunning moments during the March For Our Lives in 2018, eleven-year-old Naomi Wadler took the stage and talked about the deaths of young Black people by gun violence each year.
David Lamb is well-known and appreciated for his very funny plays “Platanos & Collard Greens,” and “Platanos, Collard Greens & Callaloo,” and he has now penned “The Best Things In Life.”
Dianne Reeves’ soul-stirring rendition of Paul McCartney’s “Black Bird,” was a song Carroll’s daughter, Suzanne Kay, said her mother specifically requested be sung at her tribute when she passed.
Every year my family and I look forward to starting the holiday season and getting that spirit by going to Radio City Music Hall.