Theater Review – ROUTES by Ronald Bunn

The Current State of African-American Theatre Affairs: Dramas Through the Directorial Lens of White Directors

I am a freelance African American director who has lived over the past twenty plus years in New York City. For some time now, I’ve observed a number of dramatically written works by African American playwrights being handed over to white directors. A tracking of numerous theatrical … Read More

“WAR” — African-American family discovers African-American German family ties — Shhh! Peace! Be Still!

“WAR” by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins at Lincoln Center’s Claire Tow Theater closed July 3, 2016, but continues to play out in real life everywhere because the seeds of war reside in each of us. Formidable personalities emerge during a family crisis and … Read More

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