My relationship with the great theatre critic began with a wary interview but soon gave way to a lifetime of anecdotes, confidences, and laughter.
The actor and activist looks back on a career that began on Broadway in 1950 and took her around the world to tell Black women’s stories.
Though his 1982 hit ‘A Soldier’s Play’ is now on Broadway, its writer’s only real ambition has been to tell the truth about people he’d never seen onstage.
The writer best known for ‘Black Girl’ discusses her long career, ranging from the Civil Rights era to today.
The playwright, a stalwart of Negro Ensemble Company and Victory Gardens, recalls his good fortune over a long career.
A new stage adaptation of Charles Johnson’s novel ‘Middle Passage’ sets sail in Chicago.
The actor, who received a copy of the playwright’s famous speech in the mail, remembers it chiefly as an act of self-definition.
In 15 years of conversation, the acclaimed author formed a long, deep bond with August Wilson over shared experiences and diverging perspectives.
Four books make fresh cases not only for the German playwright’s relevance but for his virtuosity as well.