Why Broadway’s Recent Surge Of Diversity Should Be Putting A Smile On Your Face

We might have to hand over some pun-ny, new nicknames for Broadway’s main-stay tagline of “The Great White Way”, considering the growing embrace of Black actors and actresses in some of its most celebrated productions! In 2014 alone, two barriers were broken as Norm Lewis became the first Black male to play the manipulative yet seductive Phantom in Phantom of the Opera, while Keke Palmer made history as Rodger … Continue reading Why Broadway’s Recent Surge Of Diversity Should Be Putting A Smile On Your Face

A Letter For Charleston, South Carolina

The tragedy that occurred in Charleston, South Carolina, Wednesday, June 17…it’s been so hard for me to articulate my feelings about it. All senseless acts of violence hurt to the core and yet this particular act of a hate crime has stung me in my heart. Nine lives were killed inside of the historically Black church Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal during what was meant to be another uplifting … Continue reading A Letter For Charleston, South Carolina