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  • Plays continue discussions about race that were begun in 'A Raisin in the Sun' [Commentary]

    The first time I saw Lorraine Hansberry's play "A Raisin in the Sun" I was a young girl, and it was in black and white on television. It starred Sidney Poitier, Ruby Dee, Ivan Dixon, Diana Sands and others from the cast when it was on Broadway. As I...
  • "Clybourne Park" Playing at the Long Wharf Theatre

    "Clybourne Park" Playing at the Long Wharf Theatre
    In 1959, a house in Chicago's predominantly white Clybourne Park is up for sale — to a black family. As nervous neighbors begin to speak up, tension mounts. Then, 50 years later, the reverse occurs as a white family tries to move into the same house...
  • Center Stage premieres 'Beneatha's Place,' Kwei-Armah's answer to 'Clybourne Park'

    Center Stage premieres 'Beneatha's Place,' Kwei-Armah's answer to 'Clybourne Park'
    The multifaceted issue of race continues to cling to this country. Every sign of progress in relations seems to come with an opposite move, so that it often seems as if little has ever really, fundamentally changed since the age of Jim Crow, or even...
  • Kwame Kwei-Armah keeps his vow to bring Center Stage national exposure

    Kwame Kwei-Armah keeps his vow to bring Center Stage national exposure
    Kwame Kwei-Armah is turning up the floodlights on Center Stage. It's been not quite two years since the British-born playwright became artistic director of Maryland's largest regional theater. With his production of two button-pushing dramas nicknamed...
  • Center Stage gives Baltimore premiere of 'Clybourne Park'

    Center Stage gives Baltimore premiere of  'Clybourne Park'
    In Act 1 of “Clybourne Park,” the Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning play by Bruce Norris receiving a potent Baltimore premiere at Center Stage, civility breaks down as white and black characters in a modest Chicago house start talking...
  • Phylicia Rashad: How She Followed the 'Sun'

    You can't help but feel the maternal touch of Phylicia Rashad. She exudes warmth, calm and centeredness that brings to mind ideal qualities of a mom. Her voice is honeyed and clear, her answers are specific and instructional, and when she says, "Oh,...
  • Bruce Norris condemns use of blackface for 'Clybourne Park'

    Bruce Norris condemns use of blackface for 'Clybourne Park'
    Bruce Norris, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of "Clybourne Park," has published a letter condemning a production of the drama that had been planned for a theater company in Berlin. The writer said he withdrew rights to the production after learning...
  • Mark Taper season includes plays by Bruce Norris, Sebastian Barry

    Mark Taper season includes plays by Bruce Norris, Sebastian Barry
    The 2013 season at the Mark Taper Forum will feature plays by Bruce Norris and Sebastian Barry, as well as revivals of classics by August Wilson and Joe Orton. Actor Brian Dennehy will be featured in Barry's "The Steward of Christendom."  In all, the...
  • Long Wharf, Westport Join Forces for Tickets Deal for Two Shows

    Long Wharf, Westport Join Forces for Tickets Deal for Two Shows
    Westport Country Playhouse and New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre, which will produce two works this season on similar themes and stories, are uniting to create an $80 ticket package for their respective productions: the 1959 classic “A Raisin...
  • Looking ahead to the Tony Awards: An off year for musicals, but 'Once' deserves to win

    Looking ahead to the Tony Awards: An off year for musicals, but 'Once' deserves to win
    NEW YORK — What with "Ghost,""Lysistrata Jones" and other wearying disappointments, the 2012-13 Broadway season hardly will go down as a banner year for new American musicals. Indeed, should the best-musical Tony Award go, at Sunday night's...
  • An enjoyable stay with 'Immediate Family'

    An enjoyable stay with 'Immediate Family'
    You do not spend eight years at the heart of "The Cosby Show," the seminal TV show that revived the sitcom genre in part by extending to its reach to affluent and successful African-Americans, without learning a thing or three about mining family...