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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.
Macbeth Dec 2nd
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.
Macbeth Dec 3rd
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.
Macbeth Dec 4th
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.
Macbeth Dec 6th
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.
Macbeth Dec 9th
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.
Storytelling Day
La soberbia culebra comes to York College.
Dream Weaver starring David Mills
Saturday Nov 9, 2013 2PM, 7PM: 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.