Nothing can be more exciting for theater-goers than a play that dares to
tackle a subject rarely dealt with on stage, especially on a Broadway
stage, and which does so with unpredictable twists and turns. One such
subject is the relationship between a Black man and his sons, currently
explored in the play Stick Fly at the Cort Theatre in New York City.
In the 80’s, the Black alternative-rock band Fishbone hit the L.A. punk scene with a genre bending form of music that was anything but, mainstream. Here, bassist Norwood Fisher and I talk about the band, their new documentary, and the complexities of the music industry.