Theatre 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

REVIEW: MOVABLE SHAKESPEARE UNDER THE STARS – “A WINTER’S TALE”

Through August 14, 2016, 7pm (120 minutes – No intermission) Castle Clinton (formerly Battery Park) Manhattan I had the most wonderful experience watching an outdoor performance of William Shakespeare’s “A Winter’s Tale” at Castle Clinton (at Bowling Green near South Ferry) … Read More