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Black Angels Over Tuskegee
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Black Angels Over Tuskegee

Jun 05, 2010 - Open Run
Running time: 2:25
PLAYING @
St Luke's Theatre
308 West 46th St
New York, NY 10036
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Bus:

M11 runs down 9th Ave
M104 runs up 8th Ave 

By Subway: 1, 3, R, N to Times Square.
A, E, C to Port authority
Show Description:
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ADDITIONAL INFO

Listed at TKTS: Occasionally
Age Guidance: 13
Show Notes
1 Intermission. Reopens @ St. Luke's Theatre on 12/14

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
Wheelchair seating available.
Curb Ramps
10 steps into the theatre. There is no ramp.
Water Fountain
None available.
Telephone
Please call 212-246-8140 for access ticketing and information.
Infrared Listening System
Assisted listening system available.

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REVIEWS

At its best, "Black Angels Over Tuskegee"...grooves like a tight jazz band, filling St. Luke's Theatre with snappy riffs of dialogue, bluesy monologues, and a couple of spontaneous song-and-dance routines...Despite its many virtues, "Black Angels Over Tuskegee" isn't textbook playwriting. It's uneven, in that the narrative needlessly grinds to a stop from time to time so that the characters can cut up, thus making the play seem long...But excellent ensemble acting keeps "Black Angels Over Tuskegee" soaring. 

- Clifford Lee Johnson III, Backstage

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Full of good intentions, decent talent and not an ounce of daring. Mr. Gray, who stages his own work, steers his underdog story so cautiously, moving in the straightest of lines, that you don’t always realize how deftly he’s setting you up...Every sympathetic character hits one note over and over, but Mr. Gray has the instincts of an entertainer, and the rapport his actors have established is persuasive enough to distract you from the formulaic aspects of the drama. As manipulative, obvious and sentimental as it is, this show is also tough to resist. 

- Jason Zinoman, The New York Times
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