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Photo by Charles Sykes The American Theatre Wing will honor Tony winner Cicely Tyson at its annual Gala September 26 at The Plaza Hotel (Fifth Avenue at Central Park South). Tyson, who was last …

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 …

It is a question I’ve asked myself hundreds of times over the course of 20 years. Why are Spike Lee’s movies not being revamped for Broadway? Stylistically it makes sense. There has always …

Another Winter means more cold weather, hot chocolate, hopefully snow and — oh, another #OscarsSoWhite.  Last year Broadway Black Managing Editor, April Reign, coined the term and last year instead of watching the Oscars, …

Nearly 2,500 years ago Greek playwright Aristophanes wrote an anti-war comedy measuring the rage of war versus the power of sex.  One of his most popular and most anthologized pieces, Lysistrata has been the inspiration for …