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At the Domino Sugar Factory Thru July 6, Kara Walker’s 75.5ft long, 35.5ft high  and 26ft wide “Subtlety”

At the Domino Sugar Factory Thru July 6, Kara Walker’s 75.5ft long, 35.5ft high and 26ft wide “Subtlety” Updated

🕔12:45, 5.Jul 2014

                                                                                                        KaraWalker’s “A Subtlety or The Marvelous Sugar Baby, an homage to the unpaid and overworked artisans who have refined our sweet tastes from the cane fields to the Kitchens of the New World on the occasion of the Demolition of

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Billie Holiday Theatre’s ” Maids Door”

Billie Holiday Theatre’s ” Maids Door” Updated

🕔19:06, 29.Mar 2014

Events: In Loving Memory: Billie Holiday Theatre’s “Maid’s Door” Captures Essence of Universal Story Tickets Still Available for Closing Performances Tonight through Sunday, March 30 The Billie Holiday Theatre’s “Maid’s Door,” with Jackie Alexander directing a stellar cast from a

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Voza Rivers: A Man For All Seasons

Voza Rivers: A Man For All Seasons Updated

🕔13:39, 23.Mar 2014

Voza Rivers, this fourth generation son of Harlem, has committed himself unselfishly as a cultural ambassador of his beloved community.  When one Googles Voza Rivers, you go gaga over his multifaceted career, and you will be simply overwhelmed by the

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Gala Celebrating New Federal Theater (44th Year) and Legendary Producer-Director Voza Rivers, A Class Act in the History of Black Theatre

🕔11:44, 23.Mar 2014

Appearances and Performances by intergenerational stars showcased Executive Producer Woodie King, Jr.’s event theme: Our History is Our Equity By: Gloria Dulan-Wilson Sunday, March 16 was truly a momentous occasion as the Black theatrical and entertainment community saluted, feted and

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Awardwinning Theatrical TEY (Today) Starring Saul Williams Updated

🕔12:51, 4.Oct 2013

On the Red Carpet, this Sunday, October 6 … Awardwinning Theatrical TEY (Today) Starring Saul Williams, SActor Saul Williams and Director Alain Gomis will be present at the premier of film, which runs thru Oct. 13th in Harlem Part One

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Woodie King Jr.’s 2013 Black History Month Play Festival Celebrates Three Historic Figures: Douglass, DuBois, Powell,  Feb. 8 -24

Woodie King Jr.’s 2013 Black History Month Play Festival Celebrates Three Historic Figures: Douglass, DuBois, Powell, Feb. 8 -24 Updated

🕔17:32, 7.Feb 2013

The lives and legacies of three giants of American History — Frederick Douglass, W.E. B. DuBois and Adam Clayton Powell III — will take center stage at Woodie King Jr.’s National Black Touring Circuit’s Black History Month Play Festival, in

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Daniel Beaty – A Step Above: Actor adds soul to “sole” In Latest Groundbreaking Performance…

Daniel Beaty – A Step Above: Actor adds soul to “sole” In Latest Groundbreaking Performance… Updated

🕔05:52, 11.May 2012

If any actor-writer’s shoes are hard to fill, it’s the pair that belongs to Daniel Beaty, the hardest-working thespian off-Broadway. This Saturday, May 12, the hugely popular actor adds yet another multi-faceted character to his list of “long-running” cameos when

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Sonia Sanchez a Hit at MEC

Sonia Sanchez a Hit at MEC Updated

🕔11:03, 9.Dec 2010

Sonia Sanchez delivered last week at Medgar Evers College. “The audience was packed with college students, high school students, faculty, writers, artists and the general public as Sister Sonia Sanchez expounded on the role of the artist, the power of

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Black Films in New York City: A Couple’s Journey Updated

🕔10:49, 9.Dec 2010

By Lara Louise Telson Eighteen years ago, two young intellectuals set off to accomplish a nearly impossible task: create an international film festival in New York City about the black experience. In 1993, the African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF)

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Backstage Notes on the Concert & Benefit of the Year

Backstage Notes on the Concert & Benefit of the Year Updated

🕔12:41, 31.May 2010

The performances were electric, the awards presentations poignant, the huge crowd ecstatic at last Friday’s  Benefit Concert starring Stephanie Mills; in tribute to Hon. Assemblywoman Annette M. Robinson; and designed to support efforts to complete construction of an in-the-community banquet

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