Not for the faint of heart, Clybourne Park unflinchingly dissects the history of racism and resentment on both sides of the black/white color divide.
America is obsessed with gentrification. The off-off Broadway play ‘Dream Deferred’ is one of the latest works of art to explore it.
Katori Hall’s new play deals in a familiar trope — the black family trapped in the ghetto and seeking to get out — but takes an unusual fresh and provocative approach.
Stick Fly is the equivalent of a summer black buster movie with big stars, an amazing set, and a story that is contrived and ultimately ephemeral, leaving little impression beyond the performance of the actors.
A new off-off Broadway play explores the gentrification of Harlem, through the eyes of three young African-American women who were raised in Harlem. From spoken-word to song to dance, the three actors individually and collectively shine.