Strawdog’s production of Bennett Fisher’s play feels like a torturous lecture.
A new adaptation ignores the realities of Jim Crow America in favor of spreading its message of love.
This superb American feature is now available to watch on Netflix.
The Art Institute revisits Dawoud Bey’s ‘Harlem, U.S.A.,’ and the Renaissance Society mounts ‘Picturing People’
The color of his skin, part 2: A missing gun, a wavering prosecution, and decades of regret
Joe Henson died because he was black. Forty years later, his daughter wants justice.
Race has problems, but it’s the best Mamet play in recent years
Kanye West is beating George W. Bush in the personal maturity contest of life.