On Monday, June 23, at 8:00 PM, Chapman Roberts (Choral Director/arranger-Five Guys Name Moe and Smokey Joe’s Café) and Norm Lewis (Phantom, Phantom of the Opera and the TV series, Scandal), will realize their vision to pay tribute to the contributions and influence of African American men on Broadway and at Carnegie Hall for the past 100 years. Continue Reading →
Vivian Harris, the woman known as the ‘voice of the Apollo’ for her long association with the famous Harlem theatre. Continue Reading →
James Reese Europe (22 February 1881 – 9 May 1919) was an American ragtime and early jazz bandleader, arranger, and composer. Continue Reading →
Yes, that’s the Keith & Proctor’s Vaudeville Theater on 125th Street in the center of the postcard (one of the early owners before it became the Apollo Theatre) in the 1890′s … Continue Reading →
Jazz pianist Eubie Blake had a gorgeous Harlem townhouse, and it could be yours for only $2.4 million. The four-bedroom home on Strivers’ Row was built in 1910 and still has many original details.
It is 21 feet wide and has a staircase youll be practicing monologues on for years to come. The owner is slightly negotiable, too — take a video tour with our S. Jhoanna Robledo and sharpen your bargaining skills. Continue Reading →