One comfort in losing my mother at the age of 66 is that she comes to me in my dreams. Many nights, we get nocturnal do-overs as she stands before me healthy, warm and whole—the mother I remember, the mother as familiar to me as breathing.
Archives for August 31, 2015
UpClose: Marcia Cole, Women’s Voices Theater Festival
Marcia E. Cole is a native Washingtonian who in the process of re-invention, received her BA in Early Childhood Education in 2014 from the University of the District of Columbia. Her new play, A Matter of Worth, produced by Live Garra Theatre, opens September 16, 2015.
Kyle Jean-Baptiste, rising Broadway star, dies at 21
His dream was to play Jean Valjean and on June 23rd, 2015, Kyle Jean-Baptiste, an African-American actor from Brooklyn, made Broadway history when he became the first African-American and, at 21, the youngest actor to play the lead in Les Misérables.