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Review: Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’

We should have known. Beyoncé dropped Formation in February, a song, a music video, and a Super Bowl performance that laid it all out:...

Review: ‘Two Trains Running’ at Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia

It’s 1969, and we’re in a diner in Pittsburgh. The sweet sounds of soul are on the jukebox, and the harsh sounds of revolution...

Magic Time!: Women’s Voices Theater Festival: ‘Queens Girl in the World’...

Theater J has just extended the run of Caleen Sinnette Jennings’ semi-autobiographical Queens Girl in the World through October 18, and my viewing of the...

‘One Night in Miami…’ at CENTERSTAGE

Playwright Kemp Powers takes a haphazard historical happening, a meeting between civil-rights leader Malcolm X, Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown, singer-songwriter Sam Cooke...

The Playwright’s Playground: Legacies and Storytelling – An Interview with Playwright...

Will Power is an award-winning playwright and performer, rapper, and international educator. Currently on the faculty at The Meadows School of the Arts/SMU, Power...

‘Fetch Clay, Make Man’ at Round House Theatre

How do two unlikely celebrities become friends? Everyone has a public persona, but that persona is not necessarily their entire being. “I snuck in the...

‘Two Trains Running’ at Round House Theatre

“There are always and only two trains running. There is life and there is death.” - August Wilson Change is in the air. It’s 1969,...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ