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
The Ensemble Theatre continues its 40th Anniversary Season celebration with the world premiere of THE FRONT PORCH SOCIETY. Continue reading Houston’s Ensemble Theatre continues 40th Season activities with World Premiere
Set against the 2008 election of Barack Obama, SMART PEOPLE explores the nature of cultural bias. Continue reading Lydia R. Diamond’s SMART PEOPLE makes D.C. debut
Nathan Yungerberg’s new play ESAI’S TABLE announces the cast for it’s reading as part of Cherry Lane’s Mentor Project. Continue reading Cherry Lane’s Mentor Project 2017 production ESAI’S TABLE makes casting announcement.
A week-long festival called The New Black Fest has been organized for the purpose of “celebrating, advocating, and showcasing diverse and provocative work in a festival of Black Theater … Continue reading The New Black Fest Announces its 2017 Schedule
Christina Ham’s NINA SIMONE: FOUR WOMEN chosen for Arena Stage’s 2017-18 Season. Continue reading Hit play NINA SIMONE: FOUR WOMEN comes to Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.
Kirsten Greenidge’s fulfilling play is a class-driven show that spins an absorbing study of neglected kids at dangerous loose ends. Continue reading Teen Birth Rate is Addressed in Powerful MILK LIKE SUGAR
via Review: Sisters at War in “SWEET,” a Triangle Amid ’60 Tulmult The National Black Theatre opens its 48th season with the premiere of Harrison David River’s colorful play, Sweet. Making her NYC directorial debut is Raelle Myrick-Hodges. Sweet paints the lives of three Midwesterners … Continue reading Reviews are in for Harrison David Rivers’s SWEET.