Cicely Tyson

“Each day with her is a master class. She is 94 years glorious. A giant in our time," the director wrote about the legendary actress on Tuesday.
"Thank you for all that you are, and for all that you continue to give us," the director wrote. "This is the least of what you deserve, Your Majesty."
"Prioritizing hope whenever possible is a brave and bold thing to do," the award-winning director wrote.
"Every dream. Every goal. Every gift," wrote director Ava DuVernay in a happy birthday tweet.
"Beyond deserved!!" Viola Davis said of her 93-year-old co-star.
Directors Bob Hercules and Rita Coburn Whack have gifted us with a captivating, well-crafted, thoroughly entertaining documentary
American Masters -- Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise Premieres nationwide Tuesday, February 21, 8-10 p.m. on PBS (check local
Ana Villafañe, leading lady of On Your Feet!: It's sad that we very well might not hear Villafañe's name announced Tuesday
James Earl Jones is 84, and considered one of the world's finest actors, the voice of Darth Vader has been on Broadway since the 1950s, starring in plays from the Great White Hope and Othello to Fences and You Can't Take It With You. And he continues to dazzle audiences.
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.
If you think you're about to hear anything critical of the two old pros James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson in director Leonard Foglia's revival of D. L. Coburn's 1977 comedy, The Gin Game, at the Golden Theatre, you better think again.
Of course, the season has already crowned one giant hit, Hamilton, that will inevitably define it. But there is still much to come.
Donna Lawrence, CEO and President at "I Have A Dream Foundation" embodies what the foundation represents: she is a friendly, humble, and visionary change-maker who pours her heart in everything she does.
Check out photos from the evening below: The Paley Center for Media hosted a star-studded event Thursday evening celebrating
“The renowned Paley Archive will come to life during our salute with an expanded African-American media collection of iconic
In a society where we are hit with images that range from young girls beating on each other to assaulting our elders, one must wonder and question where is the love? Where is the love for self and those around us?
"I've never done a job just for money," she says. "I could not do anything that would not enhance humanity -- especially
This is what it all boils down to, Tyson says. "I don't look for anything or ask for anything other than to be treated like