June 13, 2006

Village Voice on Copeland's Not a Genuine Black Man

In the June 13, 2006, review of Brian Copeland's Not a Genuine Black Man, The Village Voice's Alexis Soloski writes of Copeland's musings on what it means to be black that "These jokes amuse, but they aren't nearly so compelling as his autobiography...Clearly, the comedy comes easier to Copeland... It's a shame director Bob Balaban couldn't help infuse this far more powerful material with the onstage naturalness Copeland is capable of. Copeland is undoubtedly a genuine black man and a genuine memoirist..."

Posted by Mike Katz-Lacabe at June 13, 2006 4:50 PM | TrackBack
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