Tag Archives: stage play

  • EUR Stage Review: ‘My Brother Marvin’ Hits L.A. for Pantages Run

    May 25, 13 by Brainuser1 Leave a comment


    *At two hours and forty-five minutes long including intermission, PLEASE be good!   This is the thought that came to my mind when I agreed to attend the Los Angeles premier of the highly anticipated stage play, Zeola Gaye’s MY BROTHER MARVIN, at the Pantages Theatre Thursday evening. Quite frankly, tagging alongside EURweb publisher, Lee […]

  • The Many Faces of Tony Grant

    Jun 26, 12 by riversteff Leave a comment


    *Tony Grant is a man of many talents. He sings gospel and R&B, he performs on stage plays and on movie sets and he’s a budding screenwriter. Some call him a triple threat; but Grant insists that’s the only way to make it in Hollywood. “They’re not trying to give out any money” Grant said […]

  • New Stage Play Starts Cross-Country Tour in Dallas

    Jun 11, 12 by riversteff Leave a comment


    *If you think church is just for saints then you need to see “Church Folks … Will Send You To Hell!” This stage play will make you laugh, it will make you cry and most of all it shows that between the thin line of saint and sinner is a lot of personal growth that […]

  • Theater Review: ‘She Won’t Let Go’ – A Good Man is Hard to Find

    Aug 4, 11 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *There’s something about stage plays that turn me off at times. I have seen some memorable plays, but, I have seen more forgettable ones and those will remain nameless. So, naturally, when I was invited to attend the stage play “She Won’t Let Go” my expectations weren’t exceedingly high. As a matter of fact, I […]

  • Cast of ‘What My Husband Doesn’t Know’ Talks to EURweb.com

    Feb 3, 11 by EurPublisher 1 Comment


    *It seems like David E. Talbert has been making audiences and readers alike say “Omigoodness!” and “No she didn’t!” for years. And the brother is back at it again with the new stage play “What My Husband Doesn’t Know.” It features the talents of Michelle Williams (formerly of Destiny’s Child, the Color Purple the Musical), […]

  • Sanaa Lathan Back on Stage with New Play

    Feb 3, 11 by Brittney M. Walker 7 Comments


    *Sanaa Lathan, who hasn’t been showing face on film too much lately, will star in the premiere of Lynn Nottage’s new play – “Meet Vera Stark” – as the headstrong, African American maid and dreaming actress. Nottage, who won a Pulitzer Prize for her play “Ruined,” draws on the screwball films of the 1930s to […]