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You heard it here first, Okieriete “Oak” Onaodowan, is leaving Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812. According to sources, the New Jersey born actor who is best known for the roles …

“I write the black experience in America, and contained within that experience, because it is a human experience, are all the universalities.” -- August Wilson Whether it be Jennifer Holliday belting out “And ...

Motown: The Musical hit the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre stage in April 2013 and did not close until January 2015 after a whopping 700+ performances of all the songs your mother taught you to love while cleaning …

We called Black Broadway: African Americans On The Great White Way by Stewart F. Lane “the book of all books” when we introduced it to you not too long ago. Now, it’s time …

We here at Broadway Black, where all things Black theatre related come to groove, have created our own Spotify playlist with over 35 hours of Black musical theatre hits (and misses) for your …