It’s that time again in the United States of America where the annual Black History Month observance is now upon the masses of the nation’s ebony citizenry. This is meant to be a celebration of African-Americans, in particular, having respect … Read More
“Routes” will develop a nationwide Theatre Section devoted to “Theatres of Color”. “Routes” welcomes your knowledge of existing theatres and productions. Please email email@example.com. The Coalition of Theatres of Color (CTC) was first convened in 2004 by the late Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee to address the inequity of funding to chronically underfunded theaters of color. Today CTC exists as a historic assemblage of several of New York’s oldest, ethnically specific, multicultural theaters. CTC membership is comprised of institutions, each thirty years old or more. Together, CTC seeks to sustain the legacy of our institutions while producing, supporting, collaborating and presenting productions and events that tell our stories, our way, with pride and dignity.
Sunday, June 26, 2016 2pm to 5:30pm Trump Place 220 Riverside Boulevard (enter West 70th Street) The Gala will be honoring Novella Nelson and Melvin Van Peebles, two of many actors and directors who have worked at the New Federal … Read More
Through June 28, 2015 The Castillo Theater 543 West 42nd Street Manhattan Director Woodie King has brought Black activist Amiri Baraka’s final play to the stage. The Most Dangerous Man in America (W.E.B. Du Bois) is a story set in … Read More