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When I took my seat at the Ars Nova performance of Underground Railroad Game, I expected to sit back and simply watch a night of spotlighted social and political taboos that seem to …

It was small. It was intimate. It was smoky. It was the epitome of Jazz.   Leslie Odom Jr. kicked off his New York Residency at the McKittrick Hotel in Chelsea last night …

The grapevine’s been talking, and I heard Motown: The Musical is a smash hit production. Y’all weren’t lying. When I tell you I lived my best life from the third row last night. …

Ivan van Hove’s topical, bleak production, Tony-nominated for Best Revival of a Play, left me breathless, exhausted and disturbed. Due in part to Sophie Okonedo‘s heartbreaking performance. The British actress makes her return to Broadway …

If you would have told me seven years ago there would be a show on Broadway that starred, was written and directed by all African American (and African-born) women I may have laughed at …