I believe that the arts not only reflect our world, but also transcend it. As long as there is the impetus to create art, there will be the desire to write about it, which is why I spent most of my 20s in a theater. My intention is to write perspective-shifting stories about the artists, activists, and innovators who are shaping our world.
Overlooked in Atlanta, Black Women Artists Try Miami | The New York Times
A Boom in Filming gives Atlanta Stage Actors Room to Maneuver | The New York Times
A Tupac-inspired musical gets a second chance | The New York Times
A Pointe Toward Blackness | Oxford American
What’s the point of being a theatre critic? | The Saporta Report
Black Theatre in the U.S.: Building, Surviving, Thriving | American Theatre Magazine
Atlanta fosters women’s voices | The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Photographer journeys the Underground Railroad in Atlanta exhibit | The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Actor’s Express stages moving production of ‘The Color Purple’ musical | The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Poignant plays by Pearl Cleage bring vintage flavor to present | The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“Miss Bennet” shines brightly at Theatrical Outfit” | The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“Alliance’s poignant “Too Heavy For Your Pocket” delivers a story for then . . . and for now” | The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“A romp on the feminine side” | Charleston Post & Courier
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