In the latest installment of Paternity Test Tuesday, two former scene partners, Kim & Arthur, met while studying theater in college ended up getting it on. Now, the parentage of a baby named Zion is in question, because Arthur thinks Kim could’ve been pregnant by another one of her scene partners from the same time period. […]

I realized recently that Aida and I are sisters in spirit. There is something in her that I already had in me when I auditioned for the role. But I had no idea until days before our first performance how closely tethered together our souls really are. How could I conclude such a thing about […]

H.A.D.L.E.Y. Players, one of Harlem’s last surviving Black theater companies, is forging forward into the future after some 30 plus years. Founded in 1980 by Gertrude Hadley Jeannette, the theater group kicks off its latest season on Tuesday with a performance of “The Devil & Elijah Muhammad” at the Harlem School of the Arts Theatre. “When we […]

Playwrights Horizons, Women’s Project and La Jolla Playhouse present “Milk Like Sugar,” a new play by Kristen Greenidge. Featuring Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins (Caroline, or Change; Jelly’s Last Jam), the off-Broadway play follows Annie, a 16-year-old girl with lots of potential with nowhere to put it. Annie had a choice to make: should she […]