Blak Whyte Gray, the electrifying dance-theater work from Olivier Award-winning East London company Boy Blue, returns to New York after a sensational sold-out U.S. premiere at Lincoln Center’s 2018 White Light Festival. With bold hip-hop choreography and a multilayered score that moves from driving electronics to African-influenced beats, Blak Whyte Gray pulses with physical virtuosity and

Blak Whyte Gray, the electrifying dance-theater work from Olivier Award-winning East London company Boy Blue, returns to New York after a sensational sold-out U.S. premiere at Lincoln Center’s 2018 White Light Festival. With bold hip-hop choreography and a multilayered score that moves from driving electronics to African-influenced beats, Blak Whyte Gray pulses with physical virtuosity and

Blak Whyte Gray, the electrifying dance-theater work from Olivier Award-winning East London company Boy Blue, returns to New York after a sensational sold-out U.S. premiere at Lincoln Center’s 2018 White Light Festival. With bold hip-hop choreography and a multilayered score that moves from driving electronics to African-influenced beats, Blak Whyte Gray pulses with physical virtuosity and

Cry to the world/That all might understand:/I was once a black clown/But now—/I’m a man! Fusing vaudeville, gospel, opera, jazz, and spirituals, The Black Clown brings Langston Hughes’s famed 1931 poem to life in a stunning new music-theater piece. Powerful and prescient, the experience of a black man’s resilience against a legacy of oppression unfolds, featuring baritone

Cry to the world/That all might understand:/I was once a black clown/But now—/I’m a man! Fusing vaudeville, gospel, opera, jazz, and spirituals, The Black Clown brings Langston Hughes’s famed 1931 poem to life in a stunning new music-theater piece. Powerful and prescient, the experience of a black man’s resilience against a legacy of oppression unfolds, featuring baritone

Cry to the world/That all might understand:/I was once a black clown/But now—/I’m a man! Fusing vaudeville, gospel, opera, jazz, and spirituals, The Black Clown brings Langston Hughes’s famed 1931 poem to life in a stunning new music-theater piece. Powerful and prescient, the experience of a black man’s resilience against a legacy of oppression unfolds, featuring baritone

Cry to the world/That all might understand:/I was once a black clown/But now—/I’m a man! Fusing vaudeville, gospel, opera, jazz, and spirituals, The Black Clown brings Langston Hughes’s famed 1931 poem to life in a stunning new music-theater piece. Powerful and prescient, the experience of a black man’s resilience against a legacy of oppression unfolds, featuring baritone

It’s our PRIDE show live in NYC!  It’s been 50 years since those Kweens rioted at Stonewall and high-kicked their way into the mainstream. Come celebrate with us as we tackle the documentary about the riot that started the gay civil rights movement: “Stonewall Uprising.” You not gonna want to miss this, honey.

Seeing Rape: This is America

Friday, 12 April 2019 by

Seeing Rape: This is America is a performance written by John Jay College students. This group of men and women playwrights represents sexual violence in their own words, dialects, and languages in engaging and novel ways. In short plays, the way rape intersects with hyper-masculinity, the opioid epidemic, the workplace, immigration at the Southern border, and

Seeing Rape: This is America

Thursday, 11 April 2019 by

Seeing Rape: This is America is a performance written by John Jay College students. This group of men and women playwrights represents sexual violence in their own words, dialects, and languages in engaging and novel ways. In short plays, the way rape intersects with hyper-masculinity, the opioid epidemic, the workplace, immigration at the Southern border, and

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