Last Monday, Symphony Space was the place to be for members of the Black theater family
A few years ago, I rang up the PR team of Ballet Hispanico and asked to watch a rehearsal, and they said yes. I love dance but never felt comfortable enough to really dig in and write about it.
The late choreographer and early modern dance pioneer Jose Limón will always be recognized for his tremendous contributions in bringing breath to dance...
Minstrelsy is a difficult topic. The choreographer Donald Byrd agrees.
Nothing but a one-room hovel with a corrugated tin roof.
The Public Theater is a leader in presenting relevant plays about real and devastating subjects that people around the world have endured and survived.
In the same year that they celebrate 45 years of Latin culture through dance, Ballet Hispanico, under Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro, comes together with the Apollo Theater in co-commissioning the evening-length...
In 2014 and 2015, Black theater has shined so brightly.
Camille A. Brown is a consummate soloist.
When Donald Byrd’s “The Minstrel Show Revisited” is presented at NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts Wednesday, Oct. 28 through Friday, Oct. 30, it will be a perfect example, not of art imitating life, but of art illuminating life.
Camille A. Brown is a consummate soloist. For the debut performance and the premiere of “BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play” at the Joyce Theater, Brown and her company, Camille A. Brown & Dancers, played to mostly sold-out houses.
“Simply charming” is the best way to describe theater veterans James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson as they co-star in “The Gin Game” at Broadway’s Golden Theatre on West 45th Street.
What an engaging and brashly funny comedy is “Barbecue,” now playing at the Public Theater!
Three legendary Black comedians were further immortalized recently when they were inducted into the Apollo Theater’s exclusive Walk of Fame.
Last week, I saw Camille A. Brown’s “Black Girl: Linguistic Play.”