Theater

Desiree Marshall: F*ck Facebook

September 12, 2011
You know one of the things that I am beginning to admit to myself: I am finding a lot of activist and organizing happening in the US pretty boring and uninteresting. Most of what is really inspiring me is art–and … Continue reading read more »
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Dick Painting with Brandon Coley Cox: No Pun Intended

March 25, 2011
I’ve been fortunate enough to have a few coffee conversations with this very smart, engaging, charismatic and talented visual artist, Brandon Coley Cox. I recently saw a video he posted on facebook via my newsfeed of him, well, painting with … Continue reading read more »
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What to See: 'Whore Works' Playing 6 More Shows in NYC

May 20, 2009
Instead of spending your hard-earned cash on the boys on the pole, in the back of HX, or on the now ill-fated Craigslist escort “Adult Services” ads, go see some Whore Works, playing at the Kraine Theater for 6 more … Continue reading read more »
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Where I'll Be Saturday Night: LICK Presents "Circus City" with Joi, Renee Neufville, Patty Crash & Free the Robots

January 23, 2009
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Sharpton Turns the Church Out On "Gay Marriage" Focus

January 14, 2009
The Southern Voice reported today that Reverend Al Sharpton on Sunday in Atlanta called out Black church community on how much energy they put on the same-sex marriage issue, and little else about anything else in the Black community. Here’s … Continue reading read more »
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2008: Year of the Black Queer!

December 31, 2008
2008 is the year of the Black Queer! OK. That sounds really cheesy. But I was thinking about what my end of year blog entry would be, and while watching the finale of the Keyshia Cole reality show on BET, … Continue reading read more »
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RIP Eartha Kitt

December 27, 2008
Most people my age remember Eartha Kitt most fondly for her role as “Lady Eloise” in the early 1990s flick, Boomerang, for which she and Grace Jones, steal the show. I was never a huge Eartha fan, but she’s always … Continue reading read more »
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Guest Blog: Why NYC Needs Fire!

July 31, 2008
Why New York City Needs Fire by Andre Lancaster “Who needs a rebel if they are dead?” from Lenelle Moise’s Expatriate, Culture Project If Expatriate were only a play about the tragic love story between two black women, one gay … Continue reading read more »
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Annie Don't Wear No Panties

March 8, 2008
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCsFvJNAqxo] Need it another way? Go... read more »
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Judith Jamison to Retire from Ailey in 2011

February 29, 2008
Judith Jamison, principal dancer-turned choreographer, just announced her plans to retire as Artistic Director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 2011. Jamison first joined the company in 1965. Jamison, and Ailey’s choreography, is the thing that made me … Continue reading read more »
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