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The Tony Sparkles, But Black Theatre Shines

Lisa B. Thompson | Posted 06.13.2016 | Black Voices
Lisa B. Thompson

I spent the eve of the Tony Awards busily booking flights to New York City to see shows. This season, Broadway and off-Broadway is replete with brilli...

Fear TheWalking Dead: Messing With the Wrong Crew

Darryl Woodard | Posted 05.06.2016 | Entertainment
Darryl Woodard

Season 2 episode 4, titled, "Blood in the Streets," opens as 19-year-old Nick steps up, again. Swimming to shore at night, naked, with a plastic bag tied to his leg as wave's crash around him. Almost as if he's a Navy SEAL.

Fear The Walking Dead: Season 2 Premiere's High Seas Adventure

Darryl Woodard | Posted 04.15.2016 | Entertainment
Darryl Woodard

How come nobody goes out to sea in an AMC zombie apocalypse series? Season 2's premiere of Fear The Walking Dead, titled, "Monster," answers that. Enter Victor Strand's beautiful blue and white yacht named Abigail.

Aisle View: Connecting the Dots

Steven Suskin | Posted 02.23.2016 | Arts
Steven Suskin

Dot -- which was first presented at the 2015 Humana Festival at Actors Theatre of Louisville, with Johnson in the title role -- is not yet quite in a finished state. The first act could use a little tightening, and there is a deceptive ending midway through the second which interrupts the momentum.

'Fear The Walking Dead': Season 1 Finale a Bravo Bang-Up!

Darryl Woodard | Posted 10.08.2016 | Entertainment
Darryl Woodard

The opening nighttime scene captured brilliantly. Viewers are met first with an aerial view over L.A.'s tallest skyscraper, the U.S. Bank Tower. Gradually, the view levels out panoramic, still with no city lights -- an apocalypse.

Fools for Love

George Heymont | Posted 07.23.2016 | Arts
George Heymont

Whether these pairings were deliberate or circumstantial, what made Schnitzler's play so interesting was that they included characters from a wide variety of social classes who were well aware of their station as well as their limitations.

From Page to Screen: Sometimes Adaptations Can Be Too Real

Samuel Autman | Posted 11.17.2013 | Arts
Samuel Autman

Most writers are leery of having their work adapted for the screen for fear their characters or plotlines won't survive the process. In the case of nonfiction many wonder: how much of what really happened will remain intact?

The Scottsboro Boys: New Kander-Ebb Musical, Old Kander-Ebb Formula

David Finkle | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
David Finkle

Time was, audiences went to musicals--more often called musical comedies then--to see famous entertainers sing great songs written by first-rate lyric...