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Salt Chocolate 2PM
A Musical Drama
Little Shop Of Horrors May 5th
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.
Speak Out - Dec 9th
The York College Theatre Presents, Speak Out.
Stefon Harris- Vibraphone & Jacky Terrasson - Piano
The collaboration of these two dynamic young musicians is sure to provide a night of Jazz experience to be relished and remembered.
Stomp The Yard York College Edition
Step and Roll Competition
HeartBeat March 22nd
After the original and wildly hilarious SlapDash, followed by Shakespeare’s brutally tragic Macbeth, York College Theatre continues its 2011-12 Season this winter with HeartBeat, a special original performance created entirely by the poems and music of 11 York students: Emmanuela Accimeus, Ludma Delva, Ariel Flores, Uchenna Ijeaku, Kyle Jackson, Darius Nazario, Ayush Prasad, Beonca Rosado, Ian Stephens, Phil Williams and Rick Furel.
HeartBeat March 20th
After the original and wildly hilarious SlapDash, followed by Shakespeare’s brutally tragic Macbeth, York College Theatre continues its 2011-12 Season this winter with HeartBeat, a special original performance created entirely by the poems and music of 11 York students: Emmanuela Accimeus, Ludma Delva, Ariel Flores, Uchenna Ijeaku, Kyle Jackson, Darius Nazario, Ayush Prasad, Beonca Rosado, Ian Stephens, Phil Williams and Rick Furel.
York College Jazz Forum
Trumpeter CHARLES BARTLETT in the the newly opened Illinois Jacquet Performance Space
York College Music Club Dance '11
Live music by the York College Big Band!!! Food. Masks! DANCING!!!
Macbeth Dec 10th
After starting off the 2011-12 season with Associate Professor Tim Amrhein’s fun, witty, and raucous improvisation comedy SlapDASH, The York College Theatre changes course, presenting one of Shakespeare’s most brutal tragedies, Macbeth.