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  • Theater review: 'Satchmo at the Waldorf' at the Wallis Annenberg Center

    Theater review: 'Satchmo at the Waldorf' at the Wallis Annenberg Center
    Aeschylus introduced the second actor to Greek plays, adding dialogue, conflict, action — in other words, drama — to what had been a primarily lyrical art form. It seems like a no-brainer, this innovation; yet the one-person show, generally featuring a famous person in decline reminiscing about his or her successes and struggles, remains a staple of the theater all these years later. 
  • Englewood weighs in on 'Chiraq'

    Englewood weighs in on 'Chiraq'
    Asiaha Butler is the president of an Englewood community group. She's also a fan of filmmaker Spike Lee. So when word surfaced that Lee recently told Mayor Emanuel he's planning to do a movie about black-on-black crime in Englewood and will be calling...

    Bringing legend Paul Robeson back to life

    Bringing legend Paul Robeson back to life
    Anthony Brown grew up listening to the voice of Paul Robeson. Today, he does his best to keep that voice alive for new generations. Brown comes to the Kimball Theatre in Williamsburg on Saturday to give a performance of "I Go On Singing," his tribute to...

    Live Music To Accompany Silent 'Body And Soul' At CCSU

    Live Music To Accompany Silent 'Body And Soul' At CCSU
    The Center for Africana Studies at Central Connecticut State University will host its annual conference on Wednesday and Thursday, March 4 and 5. The events in "African Bodies, Souls and Global Challenges" will begin with a screening of the classic silent...

    Renee Green's constellation of personal moments

    Renee Green's constellation of personal moments
    Renée Green’s installation at the MAK Center’s Schindler House is difficult at best. Filling the low-slung modernist structure with layers of sound, video, text and photographs, the artist and MIT professor has created a complex, three-...