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When you think of the 1971 musical Follies, what comes to mind? For me, everything but black women, but why. I must admit it is a combination of my limited imagination and the history of the show and its selection of actors. As I watched the show I learned quickly that...

We asked our BOLD Facebook group what book they wanted to reach next and we are happy to announce that the May book of the Month is An American Marriage by Tayari Jones. 

 Check out Tayari Jones' interview on "CBS This Morning". Grab your copy and join us for a BOLD dis...

We do know about you but we think this February and March were months to not forget, but why does Black Women's History season have to end after February and March? We asked out BOLD Facebook group to tell us their favorite books, YouTube clips, songs, shows, etc. they...

Every month we meet and sit down with women who remind us of what it means to live a BOLD life. Leslie Lissaint is a writer, poet, actress, dancer who wrote and stars in the one-woman show This is How We Heal playing this weekend at The Wild Project. In Leslie Lissaint...

We just couldn't get enough so we made a part 2. Every month we meet and sit down with women who remind us of what it means to live a BOLD life. Dr. Indira Etwaroo is the Executive Director of the Billie Holiday Theater in Brooklyn, NY which currently is running the wo...

  

Every month we meet and sit down with women who remind us of what it means to live a BOLD life. Dr. Indira Etwaroo is the Executive Director of the Billie Holiday Theater in Brooklyn, NY which currently is running the world premiere of LeKethia Dalcoe's A Small Oak T...

Every month we meet and sit down with women who remind us of what it means to live a BOLD life. Ngozi Anyanwu is a Nigerian-American actress, producer, and playwright who is changing the way we look at the process of healing and discovering our identities through art....

The Mountaintop:

A Three-Part Jubilee Bringing Attention to the Black Experience of the Contemporary Stage

The Climb: A Conversation with Tara Rubin, Kate Lumpkin, and Jordan Thaler about Diversity and Inclusion.

Join us for a frank and informational discussion moderated...

We know a lot of you have already read it but we thought it would be fun to discuss it together over some wine. The Mother of Black Hollywood, Jennifer Lewis, has a thing or two to teach us all of us black women in the performing arts. Let's engage in her story and sha...

Last time we gathered we mixed and mingled and talked briefly on networking. we learned so much in the time and want to share some takeaways! Check out some tools and tricks to networking like a pro from Tia and go a little deeper in approaching networking holistically...

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