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Associate Professor of Theatre Receives CUNY Diversity Projects Development Fund Award
Department of Performing and Fine Arts Chair and Associate Professor, Timothy J. Amrhein, receives a CUNY Diversity Projects Development Fund Award for his project, "Language and Identity: The Latino Mask".
Happy Birthday, Basie!
The York College Big Band salutes southeast Queens resident Count Basie for his 110th birthday! Selections include "April in Paris," "One O'Clock Jump," "Shiny Stockings," "Simone," and other classics. Admission is free and open to the public.
Teach for America
York College Theatre presents the New York premier of TEACH FOR AMERICA, a new play by Rob Ackerman
Teach for America
York College Theatre presents the New York premier of Teach for America, a new play by Rob Ackerman
Auditions for the Spring 2015 play "Our Lady of 121st Street"
York College Theatre Announces auditions for its Spring 2015 play, "Our Lady of 121st Street" by Stephen Adly Guirgis
York College Theatre Announces auditions for its Spring 2015 play, “Our Lady of 121st Street” by Stephen Adly Guirgis
York College Theatre Announces auditions for its Spring 2015 play, “Our Lady of 121st Street” by Stephen Adly Guirgis
Auditions for AIDA
York College Theatre Announces auditions for its Spring 2015 musical, AIDA by Elton John and Time Rice.
York College Theatre Annouces AUDITIONS for AIDA
York College Theatre Announces auditions for its Spring 2015 musical, AIDA by Elton John and Time Rice.
Communications Technology Major Wins CUNY's Monthly Student Photo Competition
Khalil Quick, a Communications Technology major, won CUNY's monthly student photo competition for October, 2014.
The Business of Music - Special Guest Lecturer, Robert Celestin
The York College Dept. of Performing and Fine Arts, in association with NAFME presents, "The Business of Music" with special guest lecturer, Robert Celestin.