While most political theater in Philly is unfortunately limp, V TO X presents a clear and despicable injustice, and does so with real, emotionally complex characters
How can theater attract people of all socio-economic, educational, and ethnic backgrounds?
One of Philadelphia’s most talked about new playwrights, Kash Goins has developed a series of dramas about life in the black community that are attracting a lot of attention.
There are 1.5 million black men missing from American homes. V TO X examines who and where they are.
Based on the true story of a lesbian who fled Uganda to escape an honor killing by her father, ASYLUM traces a treacherous landscape where non-conformity is a matter of life and death.
Rhythm, race, and energy: Interview with Ozzie Jones on the first African American production of DEATH OF A SALESMAN in Philadelphia
The issue of diversity in theater (and in theater reviewing) is a ongoing subject of conversation. Kash Goins isn’t just talking about it. His GoKash Productions has produced a series…
According to Wikipedia, 12 ANGRY MEN was originally a television play broadcast in 1954, eventually making its way to the (actual) stage and then to the silver screen. I’ve gotta observe—this seems…