The Best at It tells the story of Rahul Kapoor who is taunted by the neighborhood bully and struggles with his crush on a football player.
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Already a Resident Artist, the actor will assume additional duties including season planning, mentoring students, and managing playwright relationships.
The Emmy, for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, is Shalhoub’s fourth, with the others coming for his title role in Monk.
HBO Max announced that Gurira is on board to write the pilot and and will serve as showrunner for the 10-episode series starring Nyong’o.
Reddick reflects on working extra hard in school, while his classmate was “just the star the first day of class.”
In an LGBTQ&A podcast, Palmer says he has just now begun to feel comfortable voicing his blackness in Jewish spaces.
The Shakespeare play will open on August 17 at Old Globe Theater in San Diego and close September 15.
“I wanted to play a queer African person…” said Blankson-Wood. “That’s a lot of my lived experience and I wanted to bring that to the stage.”
Earle discusses his role in the Yale-commissioned play at the Ahmanson Theatre and his fond memories of Yale School of Drama.
Stewart is getting set to appear as Elsie in Dominique Morrison’s Mud Row, a new play inspired by an area in the East End of West Chester, PA.