Marlon Wayans has firmly established his own identity as an actor, writer, producer, director and stand-up comedian.
Dear White People is a provocative satire on the black experience in a “post-racial” society during the age of Obama.
It’s all about theatre, comedy, and music this weekend in Boston. Here’s a look at what’s hot in the city!
The Forgotten Kingdom, directed by Andrew Mudge of Lexington, tells the story of a man returning to Lesotho to bury his father.
The Fiddlehead Theatre Company opens its second fall season at the Strand this Friday, October 17 with Elton John and Tim Rice’s pop-rock musical Aida.
Here's the Banner's list of what's hot in Boston this weekend.
MacArthur Genius grant-winner Regina Carter dug into her roots in African, African American and Southern music.
Denzel Washington plays a retired black ops soldier who goes back to work to settle a score with the Russian mob in The Equalizer.
The Banner catches up with Director Michael Cuesta to discuss Kill The Messenger, based on the true story of a San Jose Mercury News reporter who broke a story about the CIA’s ties to cocaine traffickers.
Celebrated classical actor Joseph Marcell (Jeffery, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air), currently touring with Shakespeare’s Globe playing the monumental title role in King Lear, and Boston’s premiere Shakespearean director Steve Maler, founding Artistic Director of Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, will ...
The Dibinga sisters who founded OrigiNation are holding a “Twist & Shout” concert commemorating their 20th anniversary that will include dance, spoken word and music Saturday, Oct. 4. The VIP reception starts at 6 p.m. and performances beginning at 8 ...
Boston Fashion Week 2014 officially kicks of Sunday, October 5 but join us for several pre-kickoff events this weekend.
London's renowened Shakespeare's Globe returns to ArtsEmerson with King Lear.
Jerrod Carmichael is set to star in his first comedy special, titled Jerrod Carmichael: Love at the Store, on HBO this Saturday, October 4.
Retired Judge Milton Wright wrote and produced JoBe the Musical, a retelling of the Biblical story of Job set in contemporary black America.