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MUD ROW DIGS DEEP IN HISTORY AND LEGACY

by Barbara Smith, Contributing Writer Geography, generations, and gentrification: these all-powerful themes converge in Mud Row, now in its West Coast premiere at the Cygnet...

The Old Globe’s Dancin’ is an Old Favorite with a New Tune

By A.L. Haynes, Contributing Writer For those interested in theater, Bob Fosse (pronounced “Fossy”) is an unavoidable name. For those who are generally uninterested, it...

There’s Trouble In Mind at The Old Globe

By A.L. Haynes, Contributing Writer For those familiar with the genius of African-American author and playwright Alice Childress, Trouble In Mind is a wink-and-nod moment...

San Diego’s Old Globe Highlights Racial Inequities in HAIR

By A.L. Haynes | Contributing Writer This summer, San Diego’s Old Globe has resurrected the classic 1960s musical, HAIR. Even those too young to have...

On Broadway, a Playwright Becomes an Actor, Saving a Show

Keenan Scott II made his Broadway acting debut this week in "Thoughts of a Colored Man," which is a remarkable milestone. It's even more...