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In 1936 Harlem, the first all-Black cast production of 'Macbeth,' led by renowned Broadway actor Rose McClendon, struggles to make it to opening night amid the downward spiral of their young and untested director — Orson Welles.
A moving tribute to an indelible slice of history, that is finally being shared and celebrated! One of Orson Welles‘ most pivotal moments, right before Citizen Kane, brought beautifully to life. This story was hidden for far too long, along with Rose McClendon’s wonderful legacy. Some say better ...