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Language Matters in Life – and on Broadway: ‘Hamilton’ and the Triumph of the Tongue

The astounding part of the 'Hamilton' phenomenon has been the tremendous popular success of such a language-heavy show. In a cultural and political environment of violence and hollering, it's easy to forget that poetry and rhetoric – words – still matter. A lot.

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Interview: Saycon Sengbloh, Tony Award Nominee for ‘Eclipsed’ on Broadway

The cast, director and writer of of Eclipsed on Broadway (see my review) appeared at Sardi’s Restaurant a few weeks ago as star Lupita Nyong’o star was celebrated with a caricature of herself, now gracing the walls of the iconic eatery. The sketch signifies informally that an actor has been …

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