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A Lena Horne Series is Headed to Showtime. We’re Celebrating with an EUR Video Throwback

*Upon news Thursday that Showtime is developing a limited series about the life of singer, actress and activist Lena Horne, we’re revisiting her Tony Award-winning 1981 Broadway musical that also portrayed her life story and will be included in the series. Showtime’s “Blackbird: Lena Horne and America,” from her granddaughter Jenny Lumet and Alex Kurtzman, takes its name […]

Public Relations Veteran Gwendolyn Quinn Announces the Relaunch of ‘Global Communicator’ Magazine

*Today, public relations veteran and media strategist Gwendolyn Quinn announced the relaunch of Global Communicator, a monthly e-publication for people of color that features in-depth profiles of publicists, public relations and communications professionals, journalists, marketing and advertising executives, and content creators. The magazine is published on the platform. Global Communicator covers a wide range […]

EUR Flashback/Remembering Paula Kelly: Slayer of Stage and Screen (Throwback Videos)

*The incomparable Paula Kelly was as talented as she was unsung. The dancer, singer, and actress passed away on Monday at the age of 76, leaving behind a body of work that spans multiple genres and more than three decades. She made her Broadway debut as Mrs. Veloz in the 1964 musical Something More!, opposite Barbara Cook. Her other […]

Sting Stars in the Los Angeles debut of ‘The Last Ship’ at The Ahmanson

*Seventeen time Grammy Award winner Sting has moved fans in an ethereal way for more than 3 decades. His transcendent performances have mesmerized via radio, live concerts and recordings heard around the world.  Currently the magic of Sting is captured in the stage musical The Last Ship. The production is inspired by Sting’s father and […]

Deborah Cox Hits an Emotional Core with Her New R&B Single ‘Easy Way’ – LISTEN

*GRAMMY-nominated recording artist Deborah Cox hits an emotional core and the charts with the new R&B single, “Easy Way.” The triple-threat artist returns with an impressive debut at No. 2 on TIDAL’s streaming chart, and the single is catching fire among fans, digital and streaming sites including Apple, Spotify, and Pandora, among others. “Easy Way” […]

Travel: Winston-Salem, a Black Haven for Arts, Culture, and Theater

The National Black Theatre Festival Opening Night Gala (Left to Right: Art Evans, André De Shields, Michael Colyar, Keith David (Photo Credit: Walt Unks)   *In part one of a seven-part travel series, Gwendolyn Quinn explores the charm, beauty, and elegance of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, a southern city with a rich African American history and […]

‘Frozen’ Cast Talk Black History Month Celebration

*“Frozen,” like you’ve never seen it before is a hit on Broadway. The Disney musical is a far cry from the all white animated movie released in 2013. The musical is part of Disney’s Black History Month’s celebration. Nonah J. Ricketts plays Kristoff. Aisha Jackson is the Anna stand-in, and Nicholas Ward is King Agnarr. […]

L. Steven Taylor: ‘Lion King’ on Broadway Offers Positive Images

*L. Steven Taylor dons the mask of Mufasa, one of the most iconic and beloved characters loved by children and adults. In the Disney Broadway musical “Lion King,” Taylor does not take his role as Mufasa lightly. The charismatic actor taught pre-school in his hometown of Indianapolis, Ind. before getting the acting bug. As Mufasa, […]

‘King Kong’ Brings Epic Entertainment Never Seen Before on Broadway

*Never before has there been such an astounding display of spellbinding, electrifying entertainment on Broadway than the colossal “King Kong.” In the musical at the Broadway Theater in New York, King Kong need not sing. His mere presence is awe inspiring and arresting. King Kong’s frame and the theatrical optics create an immersive experience that […]