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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 …

Kimberly Scott has spent 30 years honing her craft in a distinguished and successful career in film, television, and theatre. A Tony Award nominee for her performance as “Molly” in August Wilson’s Joe …

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 …

Ngozichukwuka Anyanwu and Marlow Wyatt are among 10 finalists announced for the inaugural HUMANITAS/CTG Playwriting Prize by Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles’ leading nonprofit theatre company. More than 200 play submissions (which took place …

iLLA: /ilə/ adjective. Exceedingly ill. Greater than. More superior. “His beat is ill, but mine is illa.”  Do you have what it takes to be iLLA? Hip Hop is once again taking the theater …