46th Dance on Camera Festival, July 20-24

It’s time to dance again and one of the best choices is the 46th Dance on Camera Festival starting July 20 and running through July 24.

Seal sings standards, classics at NYC’s Beacon Theatre

British pop singer Seal shared a surprising tidbit the other night at his amazing concert at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.

‘Little Rock’ enlightens at Sheen Center for Thought and Culture

Since childhood, I heard bits and pieces of the story of the Little Rock Nine.

The Classical Theatre of Harlem presents free staging of ‘Antigone’

It’s Harlem, so it’s close and the drama is being presented on the stage by The Classical Theatre of Harlem with “Antigone,” inspired by Paul Roche’s adaptation from the classic Greek tragedy by Sophocles.

Antoinette Nwandu’s ‘Pass Over’ — ‘Waiting for Godot’ meets ‘Do the Right Thing’

With all the critical acclaim that has greeted Antoinette Nwandu’s work, you would expect that she has been writing plays since she was very young.

Film Society of Lincoln Center hosts New York Asian Film Fest

The Film Society of Lincoln Center does diversity like no other.

‘Sorry to Bother You’ screening kicks off BAMcinemaFest

Brooklyn Academy of Music kicked off its 10th annual BAMcinemaFest last Wednesday with a screening of one of the most highly anticipated films of the summer, “Sorry to Boåther You,” starring Tessa Thompson (“Thor: Ragnorak”), Lakeith Stanfield (“Get Out,” “Atlanta”), ...

A romantic drama with a tree as the main character

One of the central and unexpected characters in Donja R. Love’s “Sugar in Our Wounds”—directed by Saheem Ali—is a mystical tree with roots that are buried deep into the Southern soil.

An ambitious ‘Trilogy’ at Symphony Space

“The Trilogy,” featuring three one-act plays—“Ill Winds,” “Self-Inflicted Wounds” and “Codes,” utilizes galvanizing elements to portray the consequences of Black systemic oppression.

Celebrating cultural liberation: The 2018 National Black Theatre Teer Spirit Awards Gala

“NBT is your home away from home,” said Sade Lychcott, CEO of the National Black Theatre, the longest running Black theater in New York City.

‘Othello’ is a must-see

“Othello” is outstanding at the Delacorte Theatre.

Misty Copeland lights up Met stage during ABT’s season

Misty Copeland, the American Ballet Theatre’s first African-American principal ballerina in its 75-year history, is featured in practically every ballet performed during the company’s current season (now through July 7).

Ailey kicks off summer season celebrating women

The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre’s traditional summer season sweeps into Lincoln Center June 13 to June 17 with three diverse programs—Celebrate Women, Ailey, Then & Now and Musical Icons—the Ailey Spirit Gala benefit, three new Ailey dancers and a ...

‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ : Theatrical brilliance at its best!

I am potty about Potter and you will be too! “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two” is the most unforgettable theatrical experience you will ever have.

DanceAfrica celebrates South Africa at BAM

The nation’s largest African dance festival and the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s longest running program returns for its 41st year with a vibrant and exhilarating program that celebrates a rich African cultural tradition