A joyful shock of “Thoughts of a Colored Man,” which opened Wednesday night on Broadway, is that it is considerably more entertaining than its portentous and literary-sounding title would counsel.
What you expect to resemble a guide from a college syllabus basically gets belly laughs and a tear or two. And at 90 minutes, the clearly show is not a second much too long or limited.
Keenan Scott II’s new perform at the Golden Theatre, with refreshing heat, gives us what it promises: the inner musings of a group of New York black men.
These generally pleasant, occasionally combative, always