Paul Robeson

The Tallest Tree in the Forest
A controversial celebrity from yesteryear takes the stage at BAM.
Daniel Beaty and Moisés Kaufman Discover Paul Robeson in The Tallest Tree in the Forest
The playwright of Through the Night and the director of I Am My Own Wife collaborate to reintroduce the world to this important figure.
Should Kristin Chenoweth Play Paul Robeson? (Part II)
Ethnicity, gender, and the complexities of casting.
Audra McDonald Announces Broadway Return Alongside George C. Wolfe and Savion Glover
The trio will collaborate on a backstage musical about the creation of the groundbreaking show Shuffle Along.
Black Broadway Chronicles the History of African-American Theater Artists
Broadway producer Stewart F. Lane will release his latest book next month.
O'Neill, Ibsen, and More Set for Brooklyn Academy of Music's 2015 Winter/Spring Season
BAM will feature US premieres from South Africa's Fugard Theatre and the Canadian Opera Company.
The Tallest Tree in the Forest
Playwright Daniel Beaty channels Paul Robeson in his one-man show.
Daniel Beaty's Solo Show, The Tallest Tree in the Forest, Opens at Arena Stage
Two-time Tony nominee Kathleen Turner was presented with an American Artist Award at the post-show reception.
African-American Icon Paul Robeson Is Inhabited by Daniel Beaty in The Tallest Tree in the Forest
Beaty delves into the man behind "Ol' Man River" in his latest solo show at Washington, D.C.'s Arena Stage.
Daniel Beaty's The Tallest Tree Will Bloom at La Jolla Playhouse This Fall
Broadway's Moisés Kaufman is set to direct the play about Civil Rights activist Paul Robeson.