Eartha Kitt: The Most Exciting Woman in the World

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What Africa Gave to Broadway

Africa gave theatre… complex music interesting plots everything. European based musicals have thrived on the streets of Broadway because of Africa’s influence in their storylines, musical arrangements, and performance qualities. /*! elementor-pro – v3.5.2 – 28-11-2021 */ .elementor-slides .swiper-slide-bg{-webkit-background-size:cover;background-size:cover;background-position:50%;background-repeat:no-repeat;min-width:100%;min-height:100%}.elementor-slides .swiper-slide-inner{background-repeat:no-repeat;background-position:50%;position:absolute;top:0;left:0;bottom:0;right:0;padding:50px;margin:auto}.elementor-slides .swiper-slide-inner,.elementor-slides .swiper-slide-inner:hover{color:#fff;display:-webkit-box;display:-ms-flexbox;display:flex}.elementor-slides .swiper-slide-inner .elementor-background-overlay{position:absolute;z-index:0;top:0;bottom:0;left:0;right:0}.elementor-slides .swiper-slide-inner .elementor-slide-content{position:relative;z-index:1;width:100%}.elementor-slides .swiper-slide-inner .elementor-slide-heading{font-size:35px;font-weight:700;line-height:1}.elementor-slides .swiper-slide-inner .elementor-slide-description{font-size:17px;line-height:1.4}.elementor-slides .swiper-slide-inner .elementor-slide-description:not(:last-child),.elementor-slides .swiper-slide-inner .elementor-slide-heading:not(:last-child){margin-bottom:30px}.elementor-slides .swiper-slide-inner .elementor-slide-button{border:2px solid […]

A Whole New World: Black Musical Theatre

Black Representation in Musical Theatre The Beginning Vinnette Carroll is an actress, playwright, and director. Not only was she Broadway’s first African-American female director, but also she was the first Black actress to star in a week-long tv show. She made her Broadway debut in the 1956 revival of A Streetcar Named Desire. She then […]

The Important of Black Musical Theater

The Important of Black Musical Theater Musical Theater is an essential aspect of African American Culture. The performances combine songs, acting, dancing, spoken dialogue that becomes essential to the Black Community. From the early 20th Century to today’s society, black musical theater gave African Americans a way to express themselves and tell their stories from […]

Black on Broadway

Black on Broadway Black theatre has become a staple in performance style, music and acting over the years, making it the primary influence of many musical theatre performances today.  History of Black Musical Theatre Black theatre has roots in minstrel shows which were often put on by white performers to imitate black stereotypes for comedic […]

Musical Theatre Review-Kendall Jones

Minstrel shows of the early 19th century are said to be the roots of black theatre. Black theatre really flourished during the Harlem Renaissance in New York, Washington DC, and Chicago. After World War II there were petitions to abolish the use of racial stereotypes in theatre immerged. Unfortunately, it only went so far and […]