Tarell Alvin McCraney
Crayola is letting the public name its new blue crayon, and this is easily the prime choice.
Shining a bright light on Liberty City.
"This is for you."
After his experience in juvie, Chiron emerges as a drug dealer living outside Atlanta, going by the name "Black". He now
"We have seen worse" is a refrain heard from many African Americans since Election Day. That practical wisdom is the bulwark
Diversity was a serious theme at Monday's Gotham Awards, during a night of fun and celebration. Cipriani Wall Street was
André Holland plays Kevin, the adult version of the boy who was the only friend his age Black ever had, the one who gave
While playwrights such as Lynn Nottage (51), Suzan Lori-Parks (52), George C. Wolfe (60), and Ntozake Shange (66) are familiar names on the theatrical landscape, a younger generation of gifted African-American dramatists such as Katori Hall (34) and Marcus Gardley (37) have been impressing audiences with their work.
I felt as if I had landed in a science fiction film. There I was (just like Keir Dullea in 2001: A Space Odyssey), propped up in a sitting position, surrounded by silence and staring at a soothing green wall with a sense of idiotic wonderment.
An all-male boarding school serves as the starting point for Tarell Alvin McCraney's Choir Boy. During a school ceremony, tenor Pharus Jonathan Young is interrupted -- mid-solo -- by a homophobic slur.