Black Theatre Matters S1E4: Black Lives, Black Words

Today, we’re going to devote the majority of the show to an interview with Black Lives, Black Words founders Reginald Edmund and Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway. BLBW is an international is an artistic movement that spans across countries and continents, in which Black narratives are told by – and in complete control of – Black Artists with the mission in mind to empower all audiences. Continue reading Black Theatre Matters S1E4: Black Lives, Black Words

Plowshares Theatre Company to Start “Black Theatre Matters” Podcast in May

Plowshares Theatre Company is jumping into the world of podcasting. The Detroit-based theatre is launching a podcast Monday, May 25 called “Black Theatre Matters,” which “explores the various production aspects, topics of interest and dynamics of Black Theatre. In other … Continue reading Plowshares Theatre Company to Start “Black Theatre Matters” Podcast in May

Apollo Theater to Present Ta-Nehisi Coates’s BETWEEN THE WORLD AND ME

Harlem’s historic Apollo Theater has announced the details of its upcoming 2017-2018 season. Probably the most anticipated part of the programming will be a stage adaptation of Ta-Nehisi Coates’s #1 New York Times bestseller BETWEEN THE WORLD AND ME. The show – scheduled … Continue reading Apollo Theater to Present Ta-Nehisi Coates’s BETWEEN THE WORLD AND ME