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Joaquina Kalukango’s star can’t be dimmed, even when she’s shining through a mess
Playwright and composer Michael R. Jackson marries the Black church and Stephen Sondheim – and it works
Directors Camille A. Brown and Lileana Blain-Cruz are nominees for best direction, an overlooked category for Black women
Daniel Craig and Ruth Negga star as the cursed couple in a profound – and funny! – interpretation of Shakespeare’s play
Two years after winning a Pulitzer Prize, this ‘big, Black and queer’ show comes to theater’s main stage
Dominique Morisseau’s new Broadway play zigzags its way toward freedom
A bounty of Black-led shows are responding to our most difficult questions surrounding loss
‘These people are going to change the world,’ says the lead producer of ‘Thoughts of a Colored Man’
His Broadway debut is part of a historic season that contains eight Black playwrights.
The pandemic collided with professional and personal upheavals that made her rewrite her script
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