Dark Days for the Black Arts 

The theater at Karamu House has enjoyed a resurgence. But can it weather the infighting that threatens to destroy it?

Terrence Spivey still recalls his first visit to Cleveland back in January 2003, when he had been hired as guest director of Karamu House Theater's staging of Little Tommy Parker. The production manager picked him up at Hopkins Airport and delivered him…

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