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The Audience of The Mis-education of Hip Hop at N.C. Central University Leaves the Theater Jubilant

Last Friday night, the N.C. Central University Department of Theatre and Dance’s production of The Mis-education of Hip Hop, a devised work by Daja, Destini, Sheldon, Jonathan, and Asabi, had us anticipating what promised to be a fun-filled evening of dance, song, and the history of hip hop. Or should we say, “[T]he hip, hop,… Read More ›

NCCU University Theatre’s Nov. 13-15 Cultural Evening of One Acts Was Very Fine

EDITOR’S NOTE: Kurt was ecstatic when he learned that Amiri Baraka’s Dutchman would be performed in this area. And he recommends that you read “The White Witch” by James Weldon Johnson before attending a performnce of this play. The addition of plays by Langston Hughes (Soul Gone Home) and Paul Green (White Dresses) to the… Read More ›