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On Dec. 20, 1981, “Dreamgirls’’ opened at the Imperial Theater, bringing a “seismic emotional jolt” to Broadway, as the critic
Bowman: We both love the show, and we really don't have creative differences when it comes to it. We bounce ideas off each
Sheryl Lee Ralph outlines her plans for World AIDS Day and the year ahead.
Saturday marks the 20th Anniversary of National HIV Testing Day and legendary actress Sheryl Lee Ralph is helping to raise
“A whole lot of actors are difficult. And there’s a whole lot of actors who are mean and terrible, but they work all the
Sheryl Lee Ralph has her 24th annual “DIVAS Simply Singing!” HIV/AIDS benefit concert/event coming up Saturday night (10
"I remember high school being very challenging because I always wanted to get somewhere, and I'd always wanted to go to Rutgers
Back in the '80s, the production "Dreamgirls" was taking Broadway by storm. It sold out theaters, produced chart-topping
"Dreamgirls" debuted on Broadway on Dec. 20, 1981 and dominated the 1982 Tony Awards, earning a total of 13 nominations, including
2014-03-18-ExtraLapRecapGiaGunnJohnPollyShademusical604560px.jpgAttention, Broadway babies! This week on RuPaul's Drag Race, our queens got their Patti LuPone on as they staged Shade: The Rusical! Let's recap.
Before Sheryl Lee Ralph sat down to film her episode of TV One’s hit docu-series, Life After she wasn’t sure where life would
Once in the land of opportunity, you better take from it what it has to offer. And take she did. Earning a BA degree from Yale University, and JD from Columbia Law School, she made her parents proud by honoring their request for her to become a lawyer.
At the end of the day for me self-esteem building and confidence building is the foundation for anything that we do, whether
Someone told me this and I said, 'Oh, really?' I mean, I don't have any thoughts one way or the other. I love Oprah. I know
Since the beginning of time, mankind has longed to interpret dreams. Wars have been waged in fulfillment of dreams. This thing we call dreams has created opportunities, jobs, and careers for modern day man.
Best-selling author Terry McMillian and “CSI: NY” star Hill Harper are set to join activist Randall Robinson during this