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What will it take to put more plays by people of color on the Great White Way?
The star-studded soundtrack helped cement hip-hop’s place on Broadway
As Black Lives Matter protesters fill the streets, a show that portrays the Founding Fathers as Black and brown men gets its first national broadcast
Also, black men and masks are the nation’s new normal
Jordan E. Cooper’s latest work provides an essential coronavirus therapy: laughter
The first black actor to have the Broadway role full time just released a love song geared for the era of the coronavirus
The day after New York’s mayor declared a state of emergency, the company of ‘Sanctuary City’ gathered for a final performance
Adrienne Warren is a rock ‘n’ roll star in her own right
George Jean Nathan Award recognizes her work on how theater recognizes or ignores the subject of race
An epidemic is raging among black queer men. Playwright Donja R. Love demands we do something.
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