suzan-lori parks

In the next Thanksgiving Dinner, a daughter shows up at the table with a Muslim boyfriend... This year like every year I
The first African-American woman to receive the Pulitzer Prize in Drama just won one of the largest cash awards in the arts.
This was a relatively strong year; where the canker gnaws, as good old blimey slimey Captain Hook might say, is in the musical department.
There is enough in the characters and the dialogue -- even in the costumes, with some actors drifting on wearing basketball sneakers -- to tell us that Father Comes Home is a play of ideas and freedom that directly speaks to us, here in the 21st century.
Shortly after I began my opera column for San Francisco's Bay Area Reporter, I reviewed the Houston Grand Opera's touring
A controversy over whether or not the original 1935 opera Porgy and Bess can work clouds over what should be a celebration. Filled with perhaps the most well-known lyrics in the American songbook, Porgy and Bess in any variation is welcome.
There's been a lot of controversy surrounding Suzan-Lori Parks' adaptation of Porgy and Bess, so I was surprised that there was nothing too radical about the production.
Fourteen-time Grammy winner Alicia Keys scores with Stick Fly in her debut as a Broadway producer. Stick Fly may be best described as television's The Cosby Show meets Academy Award-winner Crash (2005).
Playwright Katori Hall's new play Mountaintop pays tribute to Dr. King's last public appearance at Mason Temple in Memphis where he delivered his historic "I've Been to the Mountaintop" speech.
So was it mostly about the music for you? The grounds are that I don't understand how the piece was meant to be written and
I saw "Porgy and Bess" because I had been predisposed to not like it because of its legendary portrayals of a small group
The film, "For Colored Girls", is gonna have sista girl flair for sure, but there are a number of reasons to peep it and