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Marvtastic Bash is Sept. 27

    Marvtastic Bash is Sept. 27

The North Carolina Black Repertory Company will kick off its 35th season by commemorating the birthday of its founder – the late Larry Leon Hamlin. The Marvtastic Bash will be

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It’s Her Birthday!

    It’s Her Birthday!

Mama Marv-tastic, Annie Hamlin Johnson, turns 85 in style Fashionably late, indeed! Partygoers had partaken in meeting and greeting and the exchanging of pleasantries when the star of the evening

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Lewis makes successful transition from stage to television

    Lewis makes successful transition from stage to television

This week, Norm Lewis caused grown women to shriek and leap with excitement; one feverish young lady even followed him a few steps into a men’s restroom at the Benton

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Broadway legend is a fighter for justice

    Broadway legend is a fighter for justice

National Black Theatre Festival Celebrity Co-Chair Tonya Pinkins is passionate about her craft, as is evidenced by the host of accolades – everything from Tony and Drama Desk awards to

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Rain’s World

    Rain’s World

Actress credits fearless spirit inherited from famous father with her success Although she grew up immersed in the industry, Rain

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Award celebrates legacy of NBTF founder

    Award celebrates legacy of NBTF founder

National Black Theatre Festival Executive Producer Sylvia Sprinkle-Hamlin was feted for her leadership of the National Black Theatre Festival on

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She Will Always Love Her

    She Will Always Love Her

Honoree remembers her onscreen daughter Whitney Houston was just her on-screen daughter, but Starletta DuPois reacted to her death the

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Soap star creating her own opportunities

    Soap star creating her own opportunities

Some may call it biting the hand that feeds you, but Victoria Rowell views it as pushing open the doors

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Editorial: Plays First; Parties Later

    Editorial: Plays First; Parties Later

Theatre has always been considered highbrow. For many, its mere mention still conjures images of women in white gloves and

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Sawtooth to show Rucker’s portraits

    Sawtooth to show Rucker’s portraits

Local artist Leo Rucker is getting a lot of exposure as of late. The Delta Arts Center is currently hosting

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