In the vast landscape of pop culture, dance has and will always be a welcomed barometer.
Joe Morton, who recently won an Emmy for his portrayal of Eli Pope on ABC’s “Scandal,” has returned to the New York stage, playing stand-up comedian and activist Dick Gregory in “Turn Me Loose”
This year has been, without question, the best year for actors, producers, directors and other theatrical professionals of color on Broadway.
The Harlem School of the Arts Theatre Department is launching “One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show."
Lin-Manuel Miranda is an uptown boy and very proud of it. We can lay claim (by our zip code, to a degree) to the genius that is Miranda, the lyricist, composer, creator and star of “Hamilton.”
The Drama Desk Awards honor the best in Broadway, Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway theater.
Broadway is a vehicle through which many different topics can be discussed, including those that may be difficult for people to approach and deal with.
There were lots of laughs with Mo’Nique and comedian Tone X at the Apollo Theater on Mother’s Day this past Sunday.
“Shuffle Along, or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed,” is one of the most significant, sensational, stirring musicals to come to Broadway in some time. It gives an endearing, historical record of “Shuffle Along,” ...
Walker International Communications, Inc. (WIGC) and Broadway Black are hosting THE BLACKOUT PARTY.
Given the prominence and harvest of Tony nominations of “Hamilton” and “Shuffle Along,” the Great White Way is a little bit darker this year.
Countless colleagues, friends and patrons celebrate the chosen one on stage and in the audience. This year, it was Gus Solomons Jr.’s turn
Upcoming events in May!
Is “Head of Passes” exceptional theater? Let me answer that question with two words—Phylicia Rashad (so yes!). Rashad plays Shelah, the ill matriarch of a Louisiana family who is dying and needs to tell her children.
When “Shuffle Along or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed” opens this month at the Music Box Theatre, it won’t be tap dancer Savion Glover’s first time on Broadway.