Fri. Oct 30th, 2020

Theater Review

Introduction I have had the pleasure of attending many performances either created by, including and/ or otherwise related to people of the African Diaspora. These creative cultural expressions all point to the diversity of the “Black Experience” in America and beyond. It is essential that this diversity be acknowledged.... Read More
AUDELCO recipient Reggie Wilson was a knockout as the fabled pugilist, Sugar Ray Robinson, in the one-man show “Sugar Ray” by Laurence Holder. This New Federal Theatre’s production (Feb. 28 – April 12) was particularly apropos as a temporary addition to the menu of the New Harlem Besame Restaurant since Robinson once owned most of that west side block from 123rd to 124th Street on 7th Avenue.... Read More