audra mcdonald

As she preps for a new concert, the six-time Tony winner urges America to "stay awake and vigilant" post-midterms.
The women both plan to be on hand at the 2018 Human Rights Campaign gala.
"Mom, would you just concentrate on having the baby!" her teen daughter said.
Once again, the New York theatre world has had a banner year, with exciting plays, musicals and revivals on Broadway and off.
The issue came down to, what is "disease". One hundred years ago, on October 16, 1916, she opened America's first birth control
It startled me because blaming the closing of a $12 million dollar Broadway musical featuring a star studded cast on one cast member's pregnancy seemed a little short-sighted and frankly sexist.
Shuffle Along gives us a stageful of black artists finally seizing control of their own work from the maw of racism. That is the story. The subtext, unfortunately, is a bit more complicated.
I spent the eve of the Tony Awards busily booking flights to New York City to see shows. This season, Broadway and off-Broadway
Congratulations to mama-to-be Audra McDonald and her husband Will Swenson.  
(Some of the complexities of the show--particularly a weighty and overlong second act--took weeks of previews to hone; which
Juilliard wasn't the initial springboard to Broadway that McDonald had hoped.
Like most great singers, Billie Holiday never had to explain what she was singing about. But that's a good part of what the splendid Audra McDonald does in Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, which premieres Saturday at 9 p.m. on HBO
Diversity on stage will give people of different backgrounds a reason to explore forms of entertainment new to them. Audiences want to relate to characters that look and sound like them.
The new release does indeed make the show sound more like a revival with some bonus extras. There are three possible explanations I can think of for this change in slant.
As far as I know, the most chillingly romantic scene in American dramatic literature occurs in the second half of Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten, a revival of which is now in its final week at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.