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Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (The Middle Class Gentleman)
By Moliere, Directed by Timothy J. Amrhein
Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (The Middle Class Gentleman)
Friday Dec 6, 2013 - Saturday Dec 14, 2013: By Moliere, Directed by Timothy J. Amrhein
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
Tuskegee Airman Project
a York College original production, Conceived by Professor Tom Marion, Directed by Adjunct Lecturer Carl Cofield, Choreographed by York College senior Stephen Pink
Tuskegee Airman Project
a York College original production, Conceived by Professor Tom Marion, Directed by Adjunct Lecturer Carl Cofield, Choreographed by York College senior Stephen Pink
Tuskegee Airman Project
Friday Oct 25, 2013 - Tuesday Oct 29, 2013: a York College original production, Conceived by Professor Tom Marion, Directed by Adjunct Lecturer Carl Cofield, Choreographed by York College senior Stephen Pink
HOMECOMING
Friday Nov 1, 2013 - Sunday Nov 3, 2013: HOMECOMING is a contemporary adaptation of the Prodigal Son. This Dramatic Musical takes you on journey into the life of a young man who wanted to see the world through his eyes and at his pace.
HOMECOMING
HOMECOMING is a contemporary adaptation of the Prodigal Son. This Dramatic Musical takes you on journey into the life of a young man who wanted to see the world through his eyes and at his pace.
HOMECOMING
HOMECOMING is a contemporary adaptation of the Prodigal Son. This Dramatic Musical takes you on journey into the life of a young man who wanted to see the world through his eyes and at his pace.
Dream Weaver starring David Mills
What better way to celebrate Harlem Renaissance writer Langston Hughes-affectionately known as Shakespeare in Harlem-than with a one person dramatic rendition of Langston Hughes' poems and short stories.