The Harlem Arts Alliances Harlem Arts Advocacy Week 2015

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Harlem Arts Advocacy Week is key to the mission of Harlem Arts Alliance. With the leadership of Executive Director, Linda Walton, Harlem-based HAA strives to unify artists and arts organizations, large and small, and to link the arts with other sectors within the community.

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Off-Broadway Play A “101” In Race Relations


By Dontré L. Conerly

If art imitates life, then Whorl Inside A Loop is perfectly positioned to shine a mirror on society’s current conversation around race and (white) privilege from Harlem to Hollywood.  Continue Reading →

A Taste Of My World: An Anniversary Celebration in Two Acts

walking tall motageMarcia Pendelton, founder and president of Walk Tall Girl Productions has announced the 15th anniversary celebration of her company.  Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Daniel Beaty Stars In Chapter & Verse At Urban World Film Festival

chapterandverse_2New Heritage’s Board of Directors, Voza Rivers has joined forces with their theater and film division in a project with Daniel Beaty, their Senior Artist in Residence and Jamal Joseph, their Executive Artistic Director, to co-write their first feature film Chapter & Verse, also directed by Jamal Joseph. Continue Reading →

Voza Rivers ‘What Would You Do’ At MIST Harlem

WHAT WOULD YOU DO in harlemVoza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group has added a production of What Would You Do to the bold new voices series at MIST Harlem.  Continue Reading →

Salsa Artist Cita Rodriguez At Poet’s Den In East Harlem

Cita Rodriguez Performance ShotPerformer Cita Rodriguez is set to grace a different stage for two more one- woman theater performances about her experience as the daughter of salsa legend, Pete “El Conde” Rodriguez, and the personal impact of their dense relationship. Continue Reading →

“The Wiz” Eases into Harlem With Anniversary Tribute to Broadway’s Landmark Firsts

Geoffrey Holder outside the Majestic Theater

By Vinette K. Pryce

Forty years after winning seven Tony Awards —Broadway’ s highest theater honor – the first Black musical to claim the distinction eased into two New York City parks for three, free, nights of celebration to mark the 40th anniversary of its historic trailblazing achievements. Continue Reading →