Thursday Nov 14
Why Paul Robeson's voice spoke for us all
One evening in May 1944, Paul Robeson rushed north-eastwards from the Shubert Theatre in midtown Manhattan to a radio studio half a dozen blocks away, still dressed for the stage as Othello.
This wEekend only - theatre you can't miss
"The Last Goodbye" - Closing this weekend! This emo/goth/punk inspired musical adaptation of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" combines the classic setting and text of this tragedy with tthe songs of the late singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley.
Keeping watch on Robeson
A gripping book on Paul Robeson not only shows up the greatness of the man but underscores the dangers of state surveillance - a lesson to heed today.
San Diego CityBEAT
The Tallest Tree in the Forest' looms large
When Paul Robeson declared that "the artist must take sides," he was referring to, in his own words, the "fight for freedom or slavery."