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Black Wall Street
Once upon a time in American, in the year 1921, there was a Black paradise.
Located in Upcoming Events
Sunday 11-28 Scheduled Performances Rescheduled
"Due to Hurricane Sandy, Sunday, October 28th, 6pm performance of "The HEDGE" has been postponed to Sunday November 4th, 7pm
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Octavio Brunetti
Octavio is a pianist and arranger who studied classical piano in his home town Rosario, Argentina.
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David Mamet's RACE
Race is a play by David Mamet that premiered on Broadway in December 2009. Mamet has stated that the intended "theme is race and the lies we tell each other on the subject."
TRU BONE
The rant of a delusional old man? Or inspired recollections of a man preserved by time?
Camp Logan
Camp Logan, tells the story of the black decorated veterans from the 24th United States Infantry Regiment who were executed after clashing with the white townspeople whereby the harassment of the soldiers led to the revolts of 1917 that took place in Houston, TX.
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York College Big Band featuring Tom Browne Trumpet
Jazz trumpeter backed by York College's Big Band.
Stories Come to Life
Children's books bought to life on stage.
Camp Logan
Camp Logan, tells the story of the black decorated veterans from the 24th United States Infantry Regiment who were executed after clashing with the white townspeople whereby the harassment of the soldiers led to the revolts of 1917 that took place in Houston, TX.
Located in Upcoming Events
After - a World Premiere By Mona Mansour & Tala Manassah
Directed by Adjunct Assistant Professor Hadi Tabbal. Set Design by Adjunct Lecturer David T. Jones; Lighting Design by Adjunct Assistant Professor Evan K. Schmidt; Production/Stage Manager, CLT Jessica Morales (member of AEA); Technical Director, CLT Benjamin MacKrell. With: (York College students) Malika Alami Binani, Matthew Echevarria, Isaac Lama, Bukola Ogunmola, and Mariel Suriel; (and guest artist) Yusef Bulos.