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Linda Armstrong

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No Child Gives Revealing Lessons If you want to see an indictment of the New York City public school system that is truthful, but also amusing, then you need to make your way to the Barrow Street Theatre to see Nilaja Sun in her one-woman show No Child. This is one of those plays that […]Read More

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B. Smith in “Love, Loss and What I Wore” B. Smith, yes the restaurant owner of the soul food restaurant in Manhattan’s Theater District is in a play, Love, Loss and What I Wore, at the Westside Theatre on W. 43rd St. This play, written by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron, is a collection of […]Read More

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John Leguizamo is Amazing in One-Man Broadway Show— If you want to have an amazing time at the theater and are ready for a  completely adult experience, then you need to go and see “Ghetto Klown”, the one  man show written by and starring John Leguizamo at the Lyceum Theatre on  Broadway. Fisher Stevens directs […]Read More

On The Aisle – 2009: A Year in Review in

2009 was an absolutely phenomenal year for Blacks in theater from off-Broadway to Broadway. If you came by the way of Brooklyn, you got to enjoy the magnificent writing of Jackie Alexander, as the Billie Holiday Theatre presented, The High Priestess of Dark Alley with an all-Black cast. A superb production of The Good Negro […]Read More