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His Broadway debut is part of a historic season that contains eight Black playwrights.
New Federal Theatre founder is honored for a lifetime of discovering talent
A series of paid fellowships will create positions for Black creative producers, company and stage managers
The Tony nominees talk about how the pandemic has changed them
Her death marks the winding down of an era when Black glamour and elegance wasn’t just a choice, but an insistence on Black humanity
The director of the film adaptation of ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ has been tripping cultural land mines for decades
Theatermakers want a modern-day version of the Great Depression’s Federal Theatre Project
Revival of play about police brutality is unfortunately always ‘timely’
Heidi Schreck’s play, now streaming on Amazon Prime, helps us see the hope — and the many holes — in our founding document
What will it take to put more plays by people of color on the Great White Way?