Clark Terry played trumpet and flugelhorn in a career that spanned more than 70 years.
Clark Terry talks about Count Basie's sense of space and time.
Trumpeter Clark Terry (1920 - 2015) describes the difficulties of touring the South.
Bruce Sinofsky directed Good Rockin’ Tonight: The Legacy Of Sun Records (2001).
James Earl Jones won a Tony Award in 1987 for his role in August Wilson's "Fences."
August Wilson moved to Seattle in 1990 and lived there for the rest of his life.
August Wilson describes how dialogue comes to him and guides his character development.
August Wilson describes his love of language and the racism he experienced at school.
Director Sam Pollard moderates a panel at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
Constanza Romero shares how she designed costumes for August Wilson's plays.
Director Sam Pollard talks about Wilson's relevance, interviewing actors and more.
"White folks don’t understand about the blues," says Ma Rainey in August Wilson's play.