“School of Rock—The Musical” is a high-octane performance!
Theatrical productions should be approached with an open mind.
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 Big Apple Circus is back at Lincoln Center, and it’s a delightful family experience.
Last Monday, Symphony Space was the place to be for members of the Black theater family
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 2014 and 2015, Black theater has shined so brightly.
“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.
I did not have the opportunity to experience the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical “Hamilton” when it was playing off-Broadway, but I’m so glad I did get to see it on Broadway.