Theatrical productions should be approached with an open mind.
Continuing its season dedicated to Amiri Baraka, Woodie King Jr.’s New Federal Theatre staged “Most Dangerous Man in America (W.E.B. DuBois).”
In silhouette, accompanied by a soft hum, repeating, reaching and curving from one long limb to the other, Channon Judson’s arms, legs and torso wafts through the space for the opening of Urban Bush Woman’s “Walking With ’Trane” at BAM ...
Specially commissioned for BAM Fisher (Dec. 2 to 5), Souleymane “Solo” Badolo’s “Yimbegre” is a dance for men and a journey about one—Badolo
The year 2015 was one of the most magnificent years that Blacks in theatre have experienced for some time.
Maurice Hines is starring in a new show, “Tappin’ Thru Life,” at New World Stages on West 50th Street.
The Apollo Theater held its annual “Kwanzaa Regeneration Night Celebration,” featuring Abdel Salaam’s Forces of Nature Dance Theatre
There is still a great deal of dance to see as we close out 2015, and even more to open 2016.
Let’s start here: Hallelujah, the definition of a farce is “a comedy that aims at entertaining the audience through situations that are highly exaggerated, extravagant and thus improbable.”
“The Color Purple” is heavenly, the cast divine, the musical is extraordinarily empowering, the energy throughout is sublime.
Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, founder and artistic director of Urban Bush Women, discusses the company.
Dec. 2, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater swept on stage at New York’s City Center exuding warmth, radiating brilliance and lighting up the night. If this opening night of its five-week winter season is any indication, audiences are in ...
NBC embarks on its latest musical holiday tradition: a three-hour live production of the groundbreaking Broadway show that brought Oz to life in a funky sing-along journey down the yellow brick road.
Celebrating 45 years of repertory that reflects the ever-changing diversity of Latino cultures, Ballet Hispanico made its annual holiday return to the Apollo stage.
Last Monday, Symphony Space was the place to be for members of the Black theater family