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Racism and prejudice. Is it biological? Is it innate? Is it just how our brains “work”? Those are a few of the questions that popped into my head and Broadway Black attending the …

Ask Nigerian-American playwright, actress and educator Mfoniso Udofia what her first love is and she’ll tell you, to the surprise of many, “singing.”  Surprising only because in the last decade, the American Conservatory Theater …

When Colman Domingo’s Dot premiered at the Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Humana Festival last March, Marjorie Johnson’s performance of “Dotty,” the title character, was hailed as “entirely genuine and convincing” and a “a …

I don’t know about y’all, but I was biting my nails waiting to see who was going to step into the role of “Mother Courage” in Classic Stage Company’s production of Mother Courage …

Fresh off a sold-out run at The Public Theater last fall, Danai Gurira‘s critically-acclaimed play Eclipsed is heading to Broadway this February at the Golden Theater. In the meantime, the actress and playwright isn’t stopping anytime soon. She’s already getting …