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Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): ‘Self Made Man: The Frederick Douglass Story’

Phil Darius Wallace in 'Self-Made Man: The Frederick Douglass Story' (Photo: Daniel Region)

In his powerful solo show Phil Darius Wallace portrays multiple characters in Frederick Douglass's life and tells the abolitionist's story in Douglass's own words. Read More »

Anthem Film Fest – ‘America: Imagine the World Without Her’


This is not a boring history lecture. It is more like an historical drama. Read More »

Opera Review (NYC Fringe): ‘Truth’


A short new opera about abolitionist Sojourner Truth features fine voices and appealing music. Read More »

What to a Felon is the Fourth of July?

What would Frederick Douglass say about July 4th today? Read More »

Theatre Review (NYC): The Cambria by Donal O’Kelly at the Irish Arts Center

This provocative but flawed play is about Frederick Douglass' journey to Ireland. Read More »