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York College Theater Presents "Scapin"
York College Theater 2009-10 season presents "Scapin" performing by Bill Irwin And Mark O'donnell directed by Timothy J. Amrhein.
Antigone
Just as in the myth and original play, the action follows the battle for Thèbes in which both of Antigone's brothers have been killed. Créon, now king, has decreed that while Antigone's brother Etéocle should be given the usual respectful burial, Polynice must be left as carrion for scavengers.
York College Theater Presents "Scapin"
York College Theater 2009-10 season presents "Scapin" performing by Bill Irwin And Mark O'donnell directed by Timothy J. Amrhein.
York College Theater presents "Fabulation"
York College Theater presents“Fabulation: or the re-Education of Undine" with the direction of Tom Marion and performing by Lynn Nottage.
CUNY Choral Festival
CUNY has a proud history of excellence in the performing arts, and the CUNY Choral Festival offers a special occasion for the community and CUNY colleges to come together and demonstrate the collective scope and achievement of musical study throughout the University.
CUNY Choral Festival
CUNY has a proud history of excellence in the performing arts, and the CUNY Choral Festival offers a special occasion for the community and CUNY colleges to come together and demonstrate the collective scope and achievement of musical study throughout the University.
CUNY Choral Festival
CUNY has a proud history of excellence in the performing arts, and the CUNY Choral Festival offers a special occasion for the community and CUNY colleges to come together and demonstrate the collective scope and achievement of musical study throughout the University.
CUNY Choral Festival
CUNY has a proud history of excellence in the performing arts, and the CUNY Choral Festival offers a special occasion for the community and CUNY colleges to come together and demonstrate the collective scope and achievement of musical study throughout the University.
Cyrus Chestnut Trio
One of the world’s great Jazz musicians, Cyrus Chestnut began his musical training at age five and made his first public performance at his father’s Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Maryland at age seven.
Dem 3 Jamaican Tenors With Special Guest Dahlia Wynter Soprano
DEM 3 JAMAICAN TENORS concert promises to be classy, funny, and romantic, as three generations of remarkable singers interact with each other and the audience in a performance that will thrill and lift the soul. Infusing their performance with great passion, DEM 3 JAMAICAN TENORS will tell their stories with a repertoire of Jamaican folk songs, contemporary ballads, and Italian favorites. Join us for what will surely be a night to remember.