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ZORA Returns To Harlem
A one woman show about the life and times of Zora Neale Hurston starring NAACP Award Winner Antonia Badón
RENT (Special Presentation)
Based on Puccini’s La Boheme
RENT (Special Presentation)
Based on Puccini’s La Boheme
RENT (Special Presentation)
Based on Puccini’s La Boheme
Urvashi, A Love Story
The Natraj Center for the Performing Arts, a not-for-profit organization, traces its origins to the renowned Natraj Cultural Group, which was founded in 1989 by a group of mothers led by Barbara Lemoine whose initial objective was to support a group of young dancers to perform innovative and creative dances.
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Little Shop Of Horrors May 1st
To close the York College Theatre’s 2009 season, the Theatre discipline is working closely with the Music discipline to mount York’s first full-scale musical, Little Shop Of Horrors.
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Little Shop Of Horrors May 2nd
To close the York College Theatre’s 2009 season, the Theatre discipline is working closely with the Music discipline to mount York’s first full-scale musical, Little Shop Of Horrors.
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Little Shop Of Horrors May 9th
To close the York College Theatre’s 2009 season, the Theatre discipline is working closely with the Music discipline to mount York’s first full-scale musical, Little Shop Of Horrors.
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Little Shop Of Horrors May 3rd
To close the York College Theatre’s 2009 season, the Theatre discipline is working closely with the Music discipline to mount York’s first full-scale musical, Little Shop Of Horrors.
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Live, Laugh, Love, Cry! The Poetry of Lindamichellebaron
York College Theatre starts-off its 2015-16 Season - The Power of the Spoken Word - with an original play featuring the poetry of York College professor and poet Dr. Lindamichelle Baron. Conceived by Lelia Billings and directed by Theatre Arts Assistant Professor Tom Marion.
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