Features include: Voza Rivers, Executive Producer / NHTG; and Michael Green, Writer / Producer, Shades of Truth Theatre
The harlem is . . . Music, Theater & Dance exhibit opening Feb. 13th at Harlem Hospital Center salutes some of the great legacy keepers of the century including Barbara Ann Teer, Black female visionary artist, activist and one of the most important forces in Black theater in Harlem and beyond.
In 1968 she. created The National Black Theatre, the first revenue making black theater complex in the United States. The theater is dedicated to social transformation and change and historical innovation within the African American Community .
Its influence and power continues today through the leadership of her daughter, Sade Lythcott, and Jonathan McCrory. More information is at https://www.harlem-is.org/theater and at https://www.nationalblacktheatre.org/our-story
THEY WERE MEN WITH DIFFERENT IDEOLOGIES, BUT A COMMON UNDERSTANDING OF THE PLIGHT OF BLACK AMERICANS
By SHADES OF TRUTH THEATRE & VOZA RIVERS/ NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP
We're THRILLED to shout out that Aleathia Brown and Barbara Russell just crushed it as the WINNERS of the
McDonald's X Harlem Arts Alliance Design Contest!
The artwork displayed on the Billboard at Times Square til January 7th, 2024
We invite you to two (2) FREE film screenings of
"When Harlem Saved A King"
at Robert Frederick Smith Center for the Performing Arts
Jan 14th, 2024 at 4 PM and 6 PM