Plan for Paradise is a performance workshop that creatively explores identity, community responsibility and manifesting one’s purpose
Harlem Stage partners with The Cultural Services of the French Embassy and FIAF (French Institute Alliance Françoise) to present an international program celebrating adventurous Francophone culture from the African Diaspora that is radically inclusive, playful and accessible.
This immersive workshop will be part lecture, part clinic, part jam session and packed with information on being a thriving artist. All levels welcome!
This workshop is for the singer who wants to become a songwriter, but first has to find their own voice. In this workshop, Maimouna will showcase a performance of sound through breathing, vocalizing, improvising, and harmonizing.
Jean-Michel and the Be-Bop Kings, aims to introduce young audiences to the legacies of these groundbreaking musicians through the captivating work of Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Stolen Moments is a thoroughly captivating and informative program that introduces audiences to jazz music’s rich history and to the names, faces and music of some of its many masters.
This thrilling adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel chronicles the life of Oscar Wao an overweight science-fiction enthusiast who dreams of becoming the Dominican J.R.R. Tolkien.
Marking this time we are living in with poignant reflection, protest, and vision, Truthworker Theatre Company will perform excerpts from their provocative three-part body of work that depicts the prison industrial complex through the lens of a dozen youth directly impacted by mass incarceration.
Plan for Paradise, the Hip-Hop, Jazz, Soul and Afrobeat filled project, is a live music and multimedia performance by Brooklyn based duo, Soul Science Lab.
Join us as Urban Word NYC presents a celebration on how artists and entertainers throughout history have fought to change the world around them. Watch, listen and learn as Urban Word NYC Mentors and nationally renowned spoken word artists Jennifer Falú, Roya Marsh, and Steven Willis present a mix of their original work and multimedia excerpts from the work of artist activists including James Baldwin, June Jordan, and more.
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