We ask theater writers to name their pick
Revisiting a black art movement.
In the new musical, two strong assets search for a more cogent context
Never So Good, Rapunzel, Roy Williamss Baby Girl
New translations battle "language imperialism"
N.Y. film fest challenges Western view of war-torn continent
A lesson from post-apartheid South Africa
Finding Inspiration in an African Pop Icon
Exile on Poverty Street
The Business Behind the Gates-West Power Play
Nuruddin Farah Talks About Raw Nerves, Refugees, and the Imagination
Fela Didn't Believe AIDS Existed. But then he died of the disease. His brother is still trying to convince Fela's fans that HIV is real.