“What happens to a dream deferred?…Maybe it just sags like a heavy load. Or does it explode?” wondered poet Langston Hughes in his 1951 work “Harlem”.
Archives for November 2, 2015
Winners and Losers, a sure win at Woolly Mammoth (review)
What determines whether something is a winner or a loser? Names and places like the Washington Monument, Bernie Sanders, and indigenous people from other nations are subject to discussion (and dismissal) as two Canadian actors have it out over what has succeeded and what failed.
Brooklyn to Broadway with Randy Graff (review)
“Made in Brooklyn…Bound for Broadway” is the cabaret performance by Randy Graff that played Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater as the most recent entry in its Barbara Cook Spotlight series.