It’s taken Marjorie Johnson almost 40 years to become an overnight Star. But Stardom seems to be the least of her goals. “Acting,” Marjorie reminisces, “has been sort of a divine intervention in my pursuit of ‘something more’”.
The Czars called him “The immortal interpreter of Shakespeare.” The Austrians hailed him as the greatest Othello. Wherever Ira Aldridge went, he was hailed as the first black American actor of international fame. The records are unclear about Ira Aldridge’s … Read More
June 15, 2015, 7:00pm-9:30pm The Classical Theatre of Harlem Dwyer Cultural Center 258 Saint Nicholas Avenue (at 123rd Street. A,B,C, D trains to 125th Street) Harlem (347)688-6304 This installment of Playwrights’ Playground features the works of four talented artists: Carlos J. … Read More
Monday, May 4, 2015, 7:30pm PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature, NYC The Great Hall The Cooper Union 7 East 7th Street Manhattan For this flagship opening night event, leading writers from around the globe present their worst- and … Read More