Harlem born Cecily Tyson should soon be adding an Emmy to the Tony she has already won for playing Carrie Watts in this new adaptation of “The Trip to Bountiful.”
The Public Theater and National Black Theatre (NBT) will begin previews on Thursday, May 12, 2022, for the upcoming New York Premiere of FAT HAM.
Photographs by Seitu Oronde On Monday, February 15th, 2021 at 10 am, thousand’s of mourners pay respects to Cicely Tyson in Harlem, NY.
For the son of Harlem’s Cuba Gooding Sr., The Robb Report writes that time is a luxury in Cuba Gooding Jr.’s world.
TV One reports that Harlem’s Cicely Tyson will be honored at the Turner Classic Movies film festival next month for her outstanding acting career, a distinction that is well deserved.
Star of the big screen, small screen and the Great White Way Keke Palmer heads to Aaron Davis Hall Thursday for a book signing for her recently released title, “I Don’t Belong to You: Quiet the Noise and Find Your Voice.”
When Cicely Tyson announced she was pursuing a career in modeling and acting, her mother kicked her out the house for two years.
Today, Danny talks about the new staging of “Ira,” on The Danny Tisdale Show. Danny talks to the award winning actor and writer Chukwudi Iwuji, about his new play “Ira” Aldridge the first African-American Actor to Grace London Stage, finding a great book, people watching in a Harlem cafe and more.
Shrunken Shakespeare Company (Yvonne Cone and Jennifer Martina, Co-Producing Artistic Directors) and Creative Producer Adam Shulman (Dukes of Hazard: The Beginning, Song One starring Anne Hathaway) to host SSC’s Annual Benefit Gala and Staged Reading of Chukwudi Iwuji’s masterpiece screenplay Ira.
Harlemite Ms. Tyson is a Tony Award-winner (The Trip to Bountiful), a three-time Emmy Award winner (“The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman,” “The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All”) and an Oscar nominee (Sounder).