Sade Lythcott Is Building Her Own Legacy

Sade Lythcott was never supposed to be in theater, or, at least, she never wanted to be.

She grew up around Black art and live performance thanks to her mother, Dr. Barbara Ann Teer, the founder of the National Black Theatre, in Harlem. As is the case with the children of most entrepreneurs, Lythcott’s place was laid out before her, but also like the children of those same entrepreneurs, she didn’t want to follow it. Instead she started her career in fashion in high school, later moving on to broadcasting post-college, only to switch back to fashion


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