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As a teacher, at what can be considered an amazing charter school, I am a bit ignorant to the woes of my fellow public district schools. I get angry when a kid talks back, …

In his Broadway debut in Eugene O’Neill’s Hughie, Forest Whitaker dutifuly reminds us why he’s one of the best actors of our generation. In Hughie, which takes place  in the lobby of a …

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 …

I was one of the lucky audience members in attendance for The Color Purple on Broadway, and what a wonderful time it was. I was brought to tears multiple times in the show. I laughed …

While you may not know her name, you definitely know her face and work. Tamara Tunie is a consummate performer, finding her home on both stage, the silver screen, and television.  Tomorrow night she …