Dec 30 – Jan 12, 2022
- Ain’t No Mo – In DC – See It Now, Headed for Broadway
I wasn't too sure to be disgusted or defeated until the dispute between the "born" Black women and the "transracial" Black woman – as part of the play – broke out. Creative, I thought. Then comic relief came flooding down when the transracial woman retorted a line borrowed from "The Color Purple."
Sep 08 – Sep 21, 2022
- The Color Purple - Filling Oprah's Shoes
Generally, experiencing "The Color Purple" again was like watching a Perry Mason rerun. Knowing the big picture took the intrigue out of the viewing and allowed me to digest the story's details.
Aug 25 – Sep 07, 2022
- POH Presents: “Recipe for Change” and Discussion - Online
For our first ever virtual event, Port of Harlem is making the Daytime Emmy Award nominated show available for your on-demand viewing. And, on Saturday, September 10, from 8p to 8:30p (Washington, DC time), we will host a ZOOM event to hear and discuss what you think about “Recipe for Change” and the issues it presents.
Aug 11 – Aug 24, 2022
- Anything's Possible
I wrongly assumed the movie would mirror Billy Porter's persona and tremendously overload my senses. However, in his directing debut, the Pittsburgh native presents a story that is refreshingly fresh.