Meet the wild and rowdy cast and creative team of ‘Bella: An American Tall Tale’!
“The Profane” has opened, and it’s a New York Times Critic’s Pick! See the “impressive cast” take its bow and celebrate Zayd Dohrn’s “eloquent” play.
Two families — joined by an engagement — are forced to confront each other’s beliefs and traditions, and to face their own deep-seated prejudice.
Hear from Zayd Dohrn about the importance of accuracy and empathy in his process of exploring another culture and their experiences in ‘The Profane.’
Photos of ‘The Profane’ by Zayd Dohrn, directed by Kip Fagan.
You'll find yourself mesmerized while gazing at these beautiful cinemagraphs, looping through the magic of The Debate Society's ‘The Light Years’.
Note: This interview contains spoilers about the contents of ‘The Light Years’.
Riding hot! The Debate Society and the stellar cast celebrate opening night.
The Debate Society's Oliver Butler and Paul Thureen tell us what inspired them to create ‘The Light Years,’ and why it means more to them now than it did before.
This musical is the result of something I experienced while coming home to my apartment one bright, sunny day. A young African American couple was ahead of me, walking in the same direction. The woman was short and voluptuous, her most outstanding feature her gloriously shaped Venus Hottentot behind (Google it on your iPhone). As I walked behind the couple, the most amazing thing happened.