In the current constellation of African American actors, Jeffrey Wright and Don Cheadle are our dark stars, orbitally unpredictable, supernaturally backlit, aglow. Gliding between the Scylla of Sambo for Hire and the Charybdis of Dignified Token in the Window 9, they turn in performances light years in nuance and demeanor from some of their more clamorous cousins. Now sharing a stage at the... More >>>
By Photograph by Robin Holland
Cheadle and Wright build an uncomfort zone in Suzan-Lori Parkss new play.