Phylicia Rashad

The prolific entertainer reflects on her long career, including "Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square," "Grey's Anatomy," "A Different World" and Broadway.
"My mother was determined that her children would not be scarred by this ignorance."
If superlative acting interests you -- and you probably wouldn't be reading this if it didn't -- you're well advised to make every effort you can to see Phylicia Rashad as Shelah in Tarell Alvin McCraney's Head of Passes, at the Public.
Bill Cosby is what he is, and he did what he did. I'm not here to comment on that. As for how his greatest creation is remembered, that's up to all of us collectively. What I'll say is that it had a tremendous effect on me, personally.
To take a page from The Beasties Boys, the next two acts featured on A-Sides have mad hits like they were Rod Carew. Sadaharu Oh even. Louis York are the multi-platinum team of songwriters/producers Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony.
Check out photos from the evening below: One of the evening’s many heartfelt moments occurred during Cicely Tyson’s speech
Playwright Paul Oakley Stovall's lighthearted family comedy would be right at home as a TV sitcom with the deletion of a few swear words.
“Television, more than any other medium, has paved the way for social change, and this momentous African-American tribute
The mannequins could have walked right into the storyline of the latest Shondra Rhimes dramas.
For over 10 years, Kanye West has consistently created various pop culture trends across the world. Now, the Grammy Award