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 an 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…