The Irving Street Reperatory is casting African American singers, dancers, and actors for three upcoming productions at the Faison Firehouse in Harlem, N.Y. Continue Reading →
Join the National Black Theatre and HowlroundTV, Thursday, August 7th for our Public Summit “Is Black Theatre Sustainable?: From Sustainability to Collectivity” a panel discussion exploring how we can collectively activate our resources and partnerships to thrive as an artistic community. Continue Reading →
As part of our 50th Anniversary, Harlem is honored to be selected as one of 14 Shakespearean Festivals across North America to be visited by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. Continue Reading →
Ask and ye shall receive. Sort of. Neil Patrick Harris made it known he wanted a role on FX’s American Horror Story: Freak Show, the fourth season in the series from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. Then Murphy offered him one on Twitter. Continue Reading →
The 4th produced film from Up TV’s Faith and Family Screenplay Competition will debut on the Up Network Saturday, July 12th at 8pm. Continue Reading →
‘Naming is the origin of all particular things.’ – Saul Williams, ‘The Future of Language‘.
Though now I forget how, I got my hands on this work called Universals and Particulars. Might could be about time for a re-approach as its theme has hunted my thoughts of late, no less now that I’m on the train from the Palace Theatre after checking out a performance of Holler If Ya Hear Me. In the name of interconnectivity, then, I’d like to discuss ‘Pac, Biggie, and online message boards.
Urban Theatre Movement’s Handball, written by Seth Zvi Rosenfeld and directed by Brenda Banda delivers an explosive take on gentrification in from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →