As Black Panther continues to land rapturous praise and smash box office records in its opening days, the Apollo Theater in collaboration with The Atlantic will present a discussion about the film with its star Chadwick Boseman in conversation with The Atlantic’s national correspondent and author Ta-Nehisi Coates (pictured). Continue Reading →
For Women’s History Month, I sat down with my friend, Operatic Soprano Angela Brown to talk about her debut at the Apollo Theater in the opera YARDBIRD, co-produced by Opera Philadelphia. Continue Reading →
Screen Daily reports that Williams and Cassidy Hartmann (The Beatles: Eight Days A Week, Mole Man) wrote the film, which is shooting now in New York and chronicles the history of the Harlem venue and its musical and cultural legacy and its place in the dialogue about race and social progress in the US since 1934. Continue Reading →
The first Bruno Mars Special at the Apollo Theater aired last night, so leave it up to our pesky editorial team at Harlem World to find some behind-the-scenes video of Bruno doing some beat boxing and talking to neighbors somewhere in Harlem.
Last week Harlem World Magazine announced that that Bruno Mars performed on top of the at the Apollo Theatre marquee, today it was announced that Bruno Mars is getting his own TV special, a first for the Grammy-winning superstar. Continue Reading →
The Apollo Theater presents the return of London’s Sadler’s Wells’ critically acclaimed international hip-hop dance theatre festival—Breakin’ Convention, one of the world’s greatest celebrations of hip-hop culture. Continue Reading →
Tupac Amaru Shakur June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996, also known by his stage names 2Pac and briefly as Makaveli, was an American rapper and actor. Continue Reading →