“Sweat” puts the role of the working-class individual under a microscope and asks us the question: What would you do if you had to fight to survive?
“Many Muslim and Brown students, particularly those who are visibly identifiable either by their hijab, turbans, etc., do not feel safe on campus and are hesitant to attend classes tomorrow,” read a statement from a coalition of student and student groups.
Doing a play over Zoom is absurd. “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon” used that absurdity to further the laughs.
Virtual theatre is hit or miss, but the Black Rep’s “HOME” successfully captures the feeling of a live performance.
Blackness in the media is equated with animalistic behavior and barbarism. The animators’ choice to portray Black characters as less than human, sub-human if you will, reinforces this idea.
Annie Butler started her career on the stage as a dancer, but has since discovered a love of comedy.
Kevin McBeth directs the IN UNISON Chorus, which focuses on performing music from Black cultures and Black composers.
What started as an assignment for a business school class is now a fledgling streaming platform.
Waiting until now to put Whitney Houston’s 1997 Cinderella on Disney+ was a serious misstep that prompted me to think about the other movies and television series that the streaming service is missing.
From Frankenstein to tsars of Russia, there are shows to help you cope until the release of another season of Bridgerton.
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