Happy Birthday, Martin Luther King, Jr. – January 16, 2023

In addition to being King’s birthday, this year January 15th marked the closing date for SEVEN Broadway shows. Four of those shows feature black casts: “Death of a Salesman,” “A Strange Loop,” “Topdog/Underdog,” and “Ohio State Murders.” A fifth, “The Piano Lesson,” will close in two weeks.
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Happy Birthday, Martin Luther King, Jr. - January 16, 2023
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Tulis McCall is a woman with a passion for performance and presentation. She brings her extensive knowledge of acting, writing, and producing to everything she does.

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  1. mgarripoli

    Tulis McCall has a fresh voice and an unflinching eye. She isn’t afraid to call out racism when she sees it – even in the arts. Bravo!!

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    • Tulis McCall

      Thanks my friend.

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  2. Anne

    Thank you, Tulis. You are always bringing to our attention what the world would like to ignore. You are a blessing in my life.

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    • Tulis McCall

      Thanks so much!

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  3. Betsyann Faiella

    WOW

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    • Tulis McCall

      Merci yoo.

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  4. Terria Joseph

    A perfect blend of good writing, humor, somberness, political awareness and speaking for us lovers of the arts, who have been thinking about How Stupid Are We?

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    • Tulis McCall

      High praise.

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  5. Lloyd Davis

    Tulis! Tulis!! Tulis!!! Your unparalleled passion and brilliance inspires everyone who comes in contact with you. I know how much it has inspired me. We need to find more and bigger platforms to spread your voice!! I sooo adore you!!

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    • Tulis McCall

      Well you just made my morning! Bring on those platforms, yes, indeedy.

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  6. Sandra Hall

    Love your cynicism. I am betting you are right.

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    • Tulis McCall

      Me too.

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