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The Tina Turner Musical Is Finally Here, and We’re Not Worthy

In ‘Tina,’ playwright Katori Hall shows the legend’s complex reality and legacy

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TThe theater has an inclusivity problem, especially people of color. Not only in theatergoers, but also in casts and creative teams. Reports from the Broadway League say 75% of patrons are White. The Asian American Performers…

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Alicia Ramírez

Alicia Ramírez

Alicia Ramírez is a New York-based writer covering theatre, identity, and culture.

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