Broadway Actress, Nikki Crawford, Competes for Highest Honor Tonight at Tony Awards

New York-based actress, Nikki Crawford, has had a stellar career in stage, t.v. and film roles.  Tonight, June 11, at the United Palace Washington Heights, in upper Manhattan New York, she competes for a Tony Award, the highest honor given in the world of Broadway.  Crawford is a nominee for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play just weeks after making her Broadway debut as Tedra, the matriarch in the family of the award-winning Broadway play, Fat Ham, a contemporary adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet set at a Southern family barbecue.  The play, written by playwright, James Ijames,

Jermaine Alexander Joins Robey Theatre Company Salute to Paul Robeson

Reflecting deeply on his experience and appreciation for The Robey Theatre Company, professional videographer, director, film editor, and American actor Jermaine Alexander tells us a little about himself, and why he believes that we all should be interested in attending or supporting a milestone event that will take place this coming Sunday, April 9th, in honor of the late Paul Robeson.

‘Why We Sing’ Musical Returns to the Stage after 10 years at The Miracle Theatre

On Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4, the 2013 musical, “Why We Sing” (Presented by CBG Arts & SWESH in association with Kirk Franklin & 102.3 KJLH) was brought back to the stage at the Miracle Theatre in Inglewood, California. To celebrate writer and director, Brandon Rainey’s birthday and 20-year anniversary since his first main stage show, new faces and returning faces graced the stage to bring new villains, new plot twists, and new music after 10 years.

Play Review: ‘Man’s Favor Devil’s Plan’

“Man’s Favor Devil’s Plan” set in Los Angeles, California, in 1938, takes the audience inside the complicated lives of colored people who work at a hotel. For decades, survival at any means is top priority for the working class, especially for colored folks.