As some readers of these posts may know, I'm part of the Air Crew for the Arts Intel Report (AIR) in Air Mail (www.airmail.news), the addictive, now two-year-old news portal founded by Graydon Carter after his phenomenal 25-year run as editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair. A lot of my work appears in the form of monthly listings that cover events all around the world--great fun to write, but too short and too numerous to post individually. Also, they're behind the paywall! (My entirely unbiased opinion is that the section, across the board!, is worth every penny.) But I also contribute "highlights" that appear on the homepage, where they are totally shareable. Here's my latest, covering a particularly fascinating topic. Click here and read on! And let me tell you, you'll love the historic photographs!
A woman apart
The founder of the revolutionary National Negro Opera Company is remembered in a new play
by Matthew Gurewitsch
July 31, 2021
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