“In Depth” will discuss more in regards to the history and cultural relevance of American theater in the upcoming episode, as well as a discussion of seminal works throughout America history.
MIAMI (PRWEB) June 11, 2020
Over the years, actor and director Laurence Fishburne has gained notoriety and numerous awards for his engrossing performances in films like “Mystic River (2003)” and “Apocalypse Now (1979)”. The film star now also lends his talent as host to “In Depth” with Laurence Fishburne. The informative TV show highlights a multitude of topics that impact viewers living from coast to coast. On a soon-to-be aired episode, the show will dive into American theater, where featured experts will discuss its history and cultural importance.
Despite the growth of various forms of entertainment such as television, cinema, and radio, the theater has remained to be a noteworthy part of the American entertainment industry. The American theater has regularly reinvented itself throughout the years to stay relevant in modern entertainment.
Initially, American theater began in the colonial era, some years before the United States became a nation. American theater started with productions such as Shakespeare’s “Othello” and “Hamlet.” By the 20th century, the theater changed in favor of Vaudeville productions – one-act plays, magicians, and even trained animals. During the Civil Rights movement, the American theater shifted again, reflecting social justice issues of the era.
Throughout the decades, theater in the U.S. has transformed, time and time again, addressing issues relevant at the time. “In Depth” will discuss more in regards to the history and cultural relevance of American theater in the upcoming episode, as well as a discussion of seminal works throughout America history.
“In Depth” with Laurence Fishburne is cautiously reviewed before revealed to a wider viewing audience. The informative segment has received numerous Tellys for its efforts in the TV arena.