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Broadway World Cabaret and Concert editor Stephen Mosher writes in his Best of 2021 feature article, "André De Shields: BLACK BY POPULAR DEMAND - Feinstein's/54 Below: Unquestionably the most theatrical, outrageous, and thought-provoking show of the season, Black By Popular Demand was Tony Award recipient de Shields' musical and socio-poetic comment on the state of the world, and his point of view as a black, queer, and fabulous man and artist. The show had a lot to unpack, and de Shields employed a full cast of musicians and musical storytellers to help him with the task, even presenting some musical material penned by his own hand. This was art, storytelling, and theater at its most innovative, fascinating, and entertaining."
Opening Night at Feinstein's/54 Below of André De Shields' "Black By Popular Demand: A Musical Meditation On How Not To Be Eaten By The Sphinx"; Live Performances Continue through Aug. 7, with an additional Live Stream on Aug. 7
Old Dawg; New Tricks
CONFESSIONS OF A P.I.M.P.
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