Ebony Repertory Theatre honors Black History with
A Lecture from Dr. Henry D. Miller on his book, “Theorizing Black Theatre"
Ebony Repertory Theatre honors Black History with author, Dr. Henry D. Miller in lecture on his book, “Theorizing Black Theatre: Art Versus Protest in Critical Writings, 1898-1965
The rich history of African-American theatre has often been overlooked, both in theoretical discourse and in practice. This volume seeks a critical engagement with black theatre artists and theorists of the twentieth century. It reveals a comprehensive view of the Art or Propaganda debate that dominated twentieth century African-American dramatic theory. Among others, this text addresses the writings of Langston Hughes, W.E.B. DuBois, Alain Locke, Lorraine Hansberry, Amiri Baraka, Sidney Poitier, Adrienne Kennedy and August Wilson.
Garth Fagan Dance
Garth Fagan, a Tony winner for "The Lion King," is a trail blazer of modern dance. His signature style blends the weight of modern, the vibrancy of Afro-Caribbean, the speed and precision of ballet and the risk-taking experimentation of post-modernism.
The Sty of the Blind Pig
The Sty of the Blind Pig by Phillip Hayes Dean... First produced in 1971, this play was hailed as “one of the best plays of the year,” by Time Magazine.