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The glossy 1940s Netflix drama wears its heart on its sleeve, but is that such a bad thing?
I am fond of the 1943 movie, but it does have its problems. The opportunity to finally see the show at City Center's Encores! series last week, ostensibly as it was originally performed in 1940 on Broadway, filled me with anticipation. And trepidation.
The New York Times is publishing never-before-released photos from its archive.
There's a very visual and historical table book out that showcases posters the depicts beautiful and haunting images of black thespians in cinema over a course of 100 years.
No sooner than the Broadway revival of A. R. Gurney's Sylvia closes, in which an actress plays a dog, than Mac Wellman's The Offending Gesture, opens, at the Connelly, in which not one but two actresses play dogs.
After two decades in this business she knows what she wants. My family is the most important thing in my life. But of course
With five-time Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald (Porgy & Bess) currently captivating audiences on Broadway in her portrayal
After years of toiling on TV shows, films, and recording studios, many acclaimed actors and musicians venture off to the
The world famous Apollo Theater is an iconic landmark that has been credited with launching a plethora of black entertainers
Just when you thought the world had enough film festivals! But in addition to discovering new talent, the First Time Film Festival celebrates the old in a unique way.