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Dance Speaks

Posted on January 2, 2015 by in Features, Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

Dance Teachers A Baton Rouge theater company uses dance to educate about HIV/AIDS by Larry Buhl When audiences at the Manship Theatre in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, sat in anticipation of the first performance of the 2014 season, they received something they hadn’t expected: a message about the shockingly high rate of HIV/AIDS in their community. [...]


Posted on June 9, 2014 by in Music, Dance & Theater, Positively Literary, The Arts

1Voice/1Play/1Day Project1Voice Honors Women with a Staged Reading of For Colored Girls… by Chael Needle Project1VOICE, a national organization that seeks to strengthen and promote African-American theater arts, is returning once again with its fourth-annual 1VOICE/1PLAY/1DAY, an event when, as its title implies, a diverse array of theaters and institutions will be projecting in one [...]

Mothers and Sons

Posted on May 5, 2014 by in Music, Dance & Theater, Positively Literary, The Arts

[DRAMA] Mothers and Sons by Terrence McNally Golden Theatre Reviewed by Alina Oswald You read the title. Skim over the brief summary. Think you know what Mothers and Sons, a recent play by four-time Tonywinner Terrence McNally, is all about. And yet, nothing prepares you for what unfolds in front of your eyes, when sitting [...]

Ari Gold

Posted on December 26, 2013 by in Columns, Music, Dance & Theater, Ruby's Rap, The Arts

Ruby’s Rap by Ruby Comer Ari Gold I like Ari Gold’s derrière! He must like it too. This r&b pop singer flashes his naked bod everywhere: on the streets of Manhattan, on CD covers, magazines, music videos, and even at events like Night of a Thousand Gowns, a benefit for New York’s GMHC. After my [...]

Levi Kreis

Posted on December 12, 2013 by in Features, Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

Playing to Strengths Through Music and Advocacy, Singer & Actor Levi Kreis Helps Create a Love Revolution by Chael Needle It is a bit of a puzzle why Rodin made his figurative sculpture, The Thinker, so muscular. Sitting there, hunched over with his hand half-covering his mouth, the Thinker is so deeply engrossed in contemplation [...]

Love Revolution

Posted on October 9, 2013 by in Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

Empowerment is on extended play. “Love Revolution (feat. QBoy)”—the sweet, soulful uptempo second single from Levi Kreis’s latest album, Imagine Paradise—has gotten remixed, with stunning contributions from Willie Ray Lewis, who produced the original radio edit with Drew Kapner, Day. Beat, Bluetrax, No.Ma.D, Golishevsky, and DeepSoundEffect. A Tony Award-winning actor and singer/songwriter, Kreis combines an [...]

Ndebele Funeral

Posted on August 6, 2013 by in Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

Ndebele Funeral, a play by Zoey Martinson, will bring its story of aspiration and loss in modern South Africa to the seventeenth annual New York International Fringe Festival this month. Produced by Smoke and Mirrors Collaborative, and directed by Awoye Timpo, the play is set in a Soweto shantytown and follows three characters: Daweti (Zoey [...]

Dance for Life

Posted on June 13, 2013 by in Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

Dance for Life is prepping for another dazzling display on August 17, 2013. Check out this article from last year to understand why this benefit event for AIDS Foundation of Chicago and others is one singular sensation. One Singular Sensation Dance for Life Chicago Presents a Spectacular One-of-a-Kind AIDS Fundraiser by Chip Alfred Some of [...]

Rosanne Cash

Posted on March 27, 2013 by in Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

Playing the Field Rosanne Cash transcends all styles of music with her latest release and donates proceeds to a special church by Dann Dulin Rosanne Cash spells her first name minus an “e,” which usually fits between the “s” and the “a.” My guess is that she has instead transferred that letter to the beginning [...]

Shut Up and Dance

Posted on February 16, 2013 by in Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

Raising the Barre Dancers from Pennsylvania Ballet take Shut Up and Dance, and AIDS Fundraiser, to the next level by Chip Alfred It may be one of Philadelphia’s best-kept secrets, but it’s also one of the city’s biggest AIDS fundraisers and one of the most extraordinary, entertaining events of its kind. Shut Up and Dance, [...]