“Children of a Lesser God” is a tremendously powerful snapshot into the sad, frustrating and complicated life that a deaf person might sometimes endure.
“I start each day on my knees,” Denzel Washington revealed to a packed, 378-seat house at the Times Center in response to an audience member asking how he handles life’s slings and arrows.
UniverSoul Circus has been around for 25 years and I have been covering it that entire time.
Choreographer David Thomson recently presented his latest work at the new Performance Space New York.
Angela Bassett, Joe Morton, Michelle Wilson, Common, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Greg Reid, Tariq Trotter and Pauletta Washington brought the words of Ta Nehisi Coates’ “Between the World and Me” to life at the famed Apollo Theater.
Two ballet companies will again share their season of dance: Ballet Hispánico (April 10-April 15) at the Joyce Theater and Dance Theatre of Harlem (April 4-April7) at New York City Center.
African drummers fill the air with compelling Caribbean rhythms. Dancers, male and female, appear dressed in floor-length skirts festooned with red balls accenting every movement of their swiveling hips.
The Mama Foundation for the Arts proudly announces the brand-new production of their acclaimed musical, “Let the Music Play ... Gospel!”
“A Brooklyn Boy,” an exciting and engrossing dramatic memoir, takes the one-man show to new theatrical heights at the East Side Playhouse.
Ailey II, the dynamic company of 12 young, talented dancers performing works by emerging innovative choreographers, returns to New York for its annual season at the Ailey Citigroup Theater, March 14 to March 25.
Harry Belafonte’s life is a compilation of artistic and political channels that has affected America and the world—from his days of being dubbed “the king of calypso,” with a string of hits including his signature “Day-O” renamed “The Banana Boat ...
For five years now, Camille A. Brown had been processing a dance trilogy that aims to engage audiences beyond their seats.
Explore dance in many forms all around New York this month! First up is the fast growing series “Work Up 4.0,” a platform for emerging artists at Gibney Dance.
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.”