Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the Power of Recognition

Harlem Arts Alliance Presents:  On the “A” w/Souleo As the first boy out of nine children I’ve always considered my birthday to be a special occasion. Had I not been born, my mother would have been stuck with five princesses but instead she gained a queen (a little self-deprecating humor, if you will). That’s why […]

The Movement Theatre Company Aims to Redefine Theatre

For many, the Great White Way offers only a limited representation for people of color. In response to that imbalance, David Mendizábal, Jonathan McCrory, Deadria Harrington and Eric Lockley formed The Movement Theatre Company. In the process of creating their own opportunities in theatre, they have also taken on the ambitious role of reimagining theater […]

Harlem Arts Alliance Presents ‘On the A’ w/Souleo

Every day, I find myself rummaging through my wardrobe to find pieces that I have yet to wear on the Harlem scene as I hop on and off A trains. If first lady Michelle Obama were to discover this about me she would call me mad. At least that’s what I gathered from celebrated style […]