Editorial Features

Here’s the deal. I tried to think of another topic to write about, but unfortunately I can’t. My heart is way too heavy right now. And yes, it has everything to do with the Trayvon Martin case. You might remember in my last article, “Acting …
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The NY Times recently featured Choir Boy, by award winning playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney, at the Manhattan Theatre Club at City Center in not one, but two different articles. What’s exceptional about this is not that the articles appeared in just days of each other, …
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In the words made famous (well at least to me) by Angela Bassett in “The Mountaintop”: Pass the baton! But seriously, who is really ready to carry it? This came to me as I watched the interview that Oprah recently had with Alfre Woodard, Viola …
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There is power in numbers, indeed, but all Anthony Wayne and Kendrell Bowman need are each other it seems. Separately these two have made significant marks in their own careers. Wayne made his Broadway debut in 2011 in the revival of Anything Goes and currently …
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Pippin is a SMASH on Broadway and it didn’t come easy. The new revival of this classic Broadway show stars Patina Miller and she can tell you she’s been working really hard to bring something fresh and different to the stage. Well she’s succeeded and …
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We had the privilege of tagging along with friends and family of Billy Porter for Friends & Family Day at Kinky Boots. Billy had no idea that about 30 people he knew were coming to the show to surprise him including one of his childhood …
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It was a fairly brisk day in NYC when we met with the  Smokey Robinson in the new Motown: The Musical. His name is Charl Brown and you won’t soon forgot it. He came wrapped in his favorite scarf accompanied with a smile and he …
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We felt a particular way about Look Upon Our Lowliness when we went to see it almost a week ago. It was such a beautiful piece of theatre that we felt compelled to do something. So, we took it upon ourselves to host our first …
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A candid moment in time during the BroadwayBlack.com’s exlcusive photo shoot with Charl Brown who is portraying Smokey Robinson in Motown The Musical. He was such a joy to have and a pleasure to work with. He kept the whole crew laughing and smiling. The …
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Editorial Features