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Leading man Taye Diggs has a career that spans theater, film, and television.  In 1996, Taye Diggs got his start on Broadway in the original production of Rent.  Diggs calls the experience “life-changing.” He’s definitely had fun during his 12-week run (which ends Sept. 13), posting backstage videos

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Leading man Taye Diggs has a career that spans theater, film, and television. In 1996, Taye Diggs got his start on Broadway in the original production of Rent. Diggs calls the experience “life-changing.” He’s definitely had fun during his 12-week run (which ends Sept. 13), posting backstage videos

Misty Copeland's promotion to principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater poses complicated questions about black artists in classical ballet. The U.S. has a long history of embracing exceptional African-Americans decades before we will fully admit their equal talent and abilities. Whether it was Jackie Robinson, Halle Berry or Barack Obama, somebody had to go first. Click to read how the world of classical ballet is no different in this NYTimes Op-Ed. (Image: Julietta Cervantes)

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Misty Copeland's promotion to principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater poses complicated questions about black artists in classical ballet. The U.S. has a long history of embracing exceptional African-Americans decades before we will fully admit their equal talent and abilities. Whether it was Jackie Robinson, Halle Berry or Barack Obama, somebody had to go first. Click to read how the world of classical ballet is no different in this NYTimes Op-Ed. (Image: Julietta Cervantes)

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