On her crossover success, touring, the role that got away, and what Broadway classic she has her eye on.
He’ll be stoned enough for all of us.
Actress Katie LaMark on touring the country as Maureen in Rent
Lindy West and quashing sexist slurs
Don’t be fooled by the wide, bold brushstrokes that give life to Barbecue, Robert O’Hara’s invigoratingly original comedy that opens at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston on April 7.
Actress Turna Mete on Ayad Akhtar’s The Who & the What at the Huntington
Spaulding was gripped by the article, which mentioned Frangieh and Rafferty’s intentions to omit the bombers and focus instead on the resilience, recovery, and love.
Lakou Ayiti, which debuts at the BCA this Friday and runs through the weekend, draws from both Appolon’s own immigration experience, as well as those of some of his dancers and from others in the Hub’s Haitian community.
Vatic Kuumba and ‘The Use of Farce’
“Well, you know, it’s a good step, but all the stuff that was there before the black president is still there and still festering and still brewing.”