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WATCH: Times Talks Shuffle Along with Audra McDonald & George C. Wolfe

Tonight there is a livestreamed Times Talks that we think you will definitely enjoy. We had a great time live-tweeting The Color Purple Times Talks with Alice Walker, Jennifer Hudson, & Cynthia Erivo. We’re hoping that this new event with Broadway’s Shuffle Along  star Audra McDonald & the creator George C. Wolfe will be even better. Check out the Livestream below & follow along with us on twitter using #TimesTalksShuffle. We’re crossing our fingers hoping that Audra will perform tonight as well.

The program is billed as:

Some of Broadway’s top talents are joining forces on one of the most anticipated shows of the season, a star–studded revival of the 1921 musical “Shuffle Along,” with music and lyrics by the legendary Sissle and Blake, a new book by George C. Wolfe, , based on the original by F.E. Miller and Aubrey Lyles, and new choreography by Savion Glover. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to find out more when New York Times critic at large Wesley Morris talks with the show’s star, six–time Tony Award® winner Audra McDonald, and its writer/director, Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe.

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Drew Shade is a theatre artist and enthusiast who fosters artistic diversity and excellence for the love of Black theatre artists. He is the Founder/Creative Director of Broadway Black, Off-Book Podcast & The Antonyo Awards. “Have a belief in yourself that is bigger than anyone’s disbelief.” – August Wilson


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