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A fascinating trip into the sewer. . .

New York City in 1960s, like today, had some of the finer things in life.
There’s the Plaza Hotel, Rockefeller Center or a walk through Central Park on a nice day among other things. 401 more words


Review: A gritty "Paradise Blue" from Williamstown Theatre Festival

De’Adre Aziza and Kristolyn Lloyd shine in Paradise Blue at Williamstown Theatre Festival
Theatre Review by Larry Murray

In Dominique Morisseau’s “Detroit Cycle” of three plays, it is the women who come most vividly to life, and in… 965 more words


August Wilson’s American Century Cycle Available for Streaming

The Greene Space at WNYC & WQXR
 To Make Exclusive Audio Recordings of August Wilson’s American Century Cycle Available for Streaming

Recordings now available on a weekly basis at… 504 more words


Ruben Santiago-Hudson's new play about race now at Two River Theater

Zebedee (left, played by Charles Weldon) and Zeke (Brandon J. Dirden) in the world premiere of “Your Blues Ain’t Sweet Like Mine” at Two River Theater in Red Bank. 449 more words

NJ Theater

Selma - Review

Director: Ava DuVernay

Starring: David Oyelowo, Carmen Ejogo, Tom Wilkinson, Tim Roth

You’d think that, by now, nearly fifty years after his death, that there would have been a proper feature length biopic about Martin Luther King, Jr. 1,202 more words