The idea of the independent, self-actualized female is one that we know—but not so much so that we take the idea for granted, as to some degree, the age-old expectations and stereotypes of women’s roles in society still remain.
How do you bring one of the most famous civil rights activists in history to life?
For its third season in New York at the Ailey Citigroup Theater, Dallas Black Dance Theatre presented works spanning from 2006 to 2014
Dance in March offers up contemporary flamenco with Rocio Molina and cantaora Rosario La Tremendita, as well as contemporary ballet from the San-Francisco-based Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet.
The Dance Theatre of Harlem held its star-studded Vision Gala at the elegant Cipriani.
Our GBE Women’s History Month is lit up with Oscar wins for “12 Years a Slave” in the categories of Best Picture for director Steve McQueen and Best Supporting Actress for Lupita Nyong’o.
Greetings! As we move into “Our History Month,” otherwise known as GBE’s “Women’s History Month” 2014, Stacey Muhammad, creator, writer and director of the dramatic series “For Colored Boys: Redemption,” has announced that award-winning actor and director Charles S. Dutton ...
From the start, the 10-member cast in David Rousseve’s “Stardust” is breathtaking.
The myNewYorkeye crew was invited to the unveiling of “Motown: The Truth is a Hit,” the new exhibit currently at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
This Valentine’s Day, discover the true meaning of love as New Destiny Dimensions Unlimited LLC presents “I Don’t Know Why He Loves Me.”
Greetings! We sadly announce the passing of William “Bunny Rugs” Clarke, brilliant lead singer of the classic, iconic reggae group Third World. Clarke passed at the age of 65 from cancer in Orlando, Fla. He will truly be missed. Third ...
Once again it reared its ugly head, despite the fact that the adage says that words will never hurt: A college basketball player who happens to be African-American, Marcus Smart, was verbally disrespected by a middle-aged male, Jeff Orr, who’s ...
Writing and performing group Breaking Walls will honor actress Billie Allen at a fundraiser for their next workshop in Cape Town, South Africa.
Through a joint effort by Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre and Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative, they will host a series of events inspired by the legacy of murdered teen Trayvon Martin.
Greetings! We salute Black History Month 2014!