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First Lady Michelle Obama is all about celebrating black women & today is no different as she invites several black women leaders in dance to The White House. This year, the theme of …

New York City Center, in partnership with The Jerome L. Green Performance Space at WNYC, presented the first of its Encores! Unscripted live-streamed talkback series with Tony Award winners Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Sheldon Harnick …

Another Winter means more cold weather, hot chocolate, hopefully snow and — oh, another #OscarsSoWhite.  Last year Broadway Black Managing Editor, April Reign, coined the term and last year instead of watching the Oscars, …

Jan. 13, 2016, would have marked the 91st birthday of one of America’s most significant women in theatre: Billie Alllen. The dancer, actor, director and philanthropist from Richmond, Virginia, who was born in …

In honor of Black History Month, The Pasadena Playhouse and Crossroads Theatre Company celebrate the historic contributions made by the Tuskegee Airmen as it presents the west coast premiere of Fly. Written by …