The National Black Touring Circuit, (NBTC) Woodie King, Jr. Producer/Director and Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group announced their latest collaboration project, “Adam” at the Dwyer Cultural Center as part of the Black History Month Play Festival.ADAM written by Peter DeAnda and staring Timothy Simonson, is directed by Shauneille Perry.
ADAM is a dramatic, historical play set in the island of Bimini,the United States Congressional House of Representatives and Harlem’s famed Abyssinian Baptist Church. Continue reading
By Walter Rutledge
The fall arts season is getting underway. This weekend theater, music, and dance are all in the forefront.
Posted in Harlem
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The Caribbean American Repertory Theater, Rudolph Shaw, Artistic Director, and International Communications Association in collaboration with Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group will present Lorey Hayes’ Haiti’s Children of God February 24, through March 13, 2011. Continue reading
American Museum of Natural History in Association with Community Works and New Heritage Theatre Group
Honor Black History Month
Harlem Serenade – A Moment in Time
Satuurday, Februaur 21 – includes Performancs and films
Saturday, February 21, 2009, from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, in honor of Black History month, the American Museum of Natural History joins forces with Community Works and New Heritage Theatre Group to present Harlem Serenade – A Moment in Time. This special daylong event will celebrate African–American history with a special passport to Harlem ’s rich artistic legacy. Harlem Serenade explores the cultural capital of Black America through music, dance poetry, and film. Continue reading
On Sunday, December 28th, 2008, The American Museum of Natural History joins forces with Community Works and New Heritage Theatre Group to present the annual extravaganza, Kwanzaa Fest 2008! Hosted by acclaimed Broadway actor and director, and Artistic Director James Stovall, Kwanzaa Fest 2008! is expected to draw thousands of revelers to celebrate the season and experience a rich array of song, dance, and spoken word. Continue reading
The Voza Rivers/ New Heritage Theatre Group production in association with the City College of New York, Community Works and Overseas Promotions Present “Jazz For Peace” promising to be a good one.
For more information on “Jazz For Peace” and to RSVP for Saturday, January 3rd, 2009.
Contact: Darryl T. Dowling at 212.926.2550 x 21
Join them for the Dedication Ceremony for Swing Low: Harriet Tubman Memorial
Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor City of New York Parks & Recreation Adrian Benepe, Commissioner City of New York Department of Cultural Affairs Kate D. Levin, Commissioner City of New York Department of Design & Construction David J.Burney, FAIA, Commissioner Continue reading