Not much has been announced about it yet, but Asian-America is already psyched.
Basically, there are only so many tales of brave and adventurous white people that Hispanic kids can read. At some point, they disconnect.
Every successful satire has teeth, though most often they're employed lightly, nipping at common foibles and quirks of character. Moliere's Tartuffe, in the hands of Berkeley Rep, has fangs, fiercely tearing into greed and cruelty.
It’s a difficult thing to see how others look at you. W.E.B. DuBois recognized this in his landmark essay on “double consciousness
By any measure, "Frank's Place" was an odd duck in the late-'80s TV landscape. A single-camera dramedy centered on a black
Cusack and De Niro are the old pros in this movie and are compelling in each and every scene. They are also able to create the humor even when the situation is deadly. Da Costa jumps right into the midst of things and does her part with flair and ease.
When asked about why he feels SNL does not have any black women in the cast, Thompson responded "In auditions, they just never find ones that are ready."
Loni Love joins HuffPost Live to talk about the show "The Real"
Comedy rarely takes blacker form than it does in George F. Walker's Dead Metaphor. At the same time, the pursuit of laughs rarely takes more timely, absurd and hilarious form than it does in this world premiere being staged by American Conservatory Theater.
Patrice O'Neal on Comedy Central Desiree: Wait so what are you guys' audiences like? Can I ask, like who supports you? Who's