We Were There

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I’ll never forget where I was when I found out Donald Trump pulled the scam of the century and became the leader of the free world. I don’t think we’ll ever forget that moment in time. We also won’t forget the power of a people …
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Dates chosen, flights booked and a journey across the sea to see what’s easily one of my top ten favorite musicals of all time, Dreamgirls, was on the horizon. Only seven agonizing months of playing the waiting game and I was on a red-eye to London …
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On March 2, 2017, I saw Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812. On March 3, 2017, I woke up still perplexed by the tour de force I witnessed… but maybe… in a good way? Let me explain. First of all, it is impossible …
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Broadway Black was on the scene Saturday night at LIU’s Billie Holiday Theatre for the premiere of Richard Wesley’s political drama, Autumn. As the country gears up for an intense presidential election, issues like race, gender, class and age creep into the national conversation.  Autumn …
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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 plague our past and present society. That was until Teacher Stuart (Scott …
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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 and what a night it was. Shall I give you the play …
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