The Black to Broadway Initiative, a project of The Broadway League, has announced the third annual Broadway Celebrates Juneteenth concert in Times Square, just minutes away from Harlem.
The Off-Broadway world shone brightly at the 38th annual Lucille Lortel Awards, as stars from Harlem to Harare gathered at NYU Skirball for the highly anticipated event.
City College Center for the Arts (CCCA) is marking the 60-year history of the legendary, Cuban charanga band Orquesta Broadway.
Julius Lorenzo Cobb Bledsoe, 1898 – July 14, 1943, was an Harlem baritone and one of the first African-American artists to gain regular employment on Broadway.
Last night Trevor Noah (who was at Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations at the Apollo in Harlem in 2018), a great comedian, author, and acclaimed host.
Broadway Celebrates Juneteenth, part of The Broadway League’s Black to Broadway Initiative, returns to Times Square.
On Thursday, April 24th, 2022, the original cast members of the 1976 Broadway show for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf, by Ntozake Shange attended the revival in New York City.
NJPAC (New Jersey Performing Arts Center) and NJ PBS have announced a star-studded line-up for the return of the award-winning American Songbook at NJPAC series.
In his book Springs and Wells of Harlem, NY and the Bronx, by Stanley Greenberg with James Ruel Smith‘s documented water springs in the Broadway and 125th Street area in Harlem, NY.
The highly anticipated Broadway revival of Ntozake Shange’s groundbreaking for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf.
Tickets for the fully reimagined production of Ntozake Shange’s groundbreaking for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf.
Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director/CEO) is pleased to share a first look portrait of the cast of the Broadway premiere of Trouble in Mind by Alice Childress.
Here is a snapshot of a southbound Trolley car and a man on a bicycle riding on Broadway crossing 122nd Street in West Harlem, 1919.
Daniel E. Devlin, 1813-1867, was an Irish immigrant who settled in Manhattanville, New York, from Louisville, Kentucky and established himself as a master tailor and clothier.
Families may register now for TADA! Youth Theater’s new online Winter Education Classes, designed for ages 4 to 18.