Tag Archives: Tymisha Harris

“A rich, tempestuous life” comes to the stage: unmissable Josephine, a guest Fringe review by Marc Horton

Josephine (Stage 1, Westbury Theatre) By Marc Horton Last year on a visit to Paris we stayed at a charming hotel where each floor was dedicated to a famous resident of that wonderful city. For example, folks stepping from the … Continue reading

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The life and times story of a great artist: Josephine, a guest 12thnight Fringe review by Alan Kellogg

Josephine (Stage 1, Westbury Theatre) Here is an entertaining, if gentle primer on the life and times of Josephine Baker, the multi-threat talent African-American performer who — generations ago — escaped the mean streets of St. Louis and became the … Continue reading

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