The National Black Theatre
Institute of Action Arts
2031-33 National Black Theatre Way
Fifth Avenue (Btwn 125th & 126th Streets)
Harlem, NY 10035
Tel: (212) 722-3800
Fax: (212) 860-8004
NBT’s Institute of Action Arts operates from an African context of a spirit culture. It began in 1968 as a non-profit organization and center for research & development known as the National Black Theatre Workshop Incorporated. NBT has since grown into an institution providing an alternative learning environment offering organizations and individuals, specifically those of African descent born in America, a space to discover, explore, nurture, articulate, address and heal the negative attitudes and emotions blocking freedom of expression. Participants are able to fully express dignity, respect and cultural values of self-love. NBT achieves this purpose by offering workshops, symposia and special events under the Communication Arts program.
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Harlem 9 Theater
2309 Frederick Douglass Blvd
at corner of West 124th Street
New York, NY 10027
The only multiplex theatre currently in Harlem, this location serves the community with first run feature films as well as special screenings for Seniors and Children as well as serving as home to local film festivals and performance events.
Aaron Davis Hall, Inc.
150 Convent Avenue at West 135th Street
New York, NY 10031
Harlem Stage Box Office:
Open 12 PM-6Pm and two hours prior to events.
Call: 212.281.9240 ext. 19
|Since 1979, Harlem Stage/Aaron Davis Hall, Inc. (Harlem Stage) has been one of the nation’s leading organizations devoted to the creation and development of new works by performing artists of color; provides a valuable forum for culturally diverse artists, community-based performing arts organizations and regionally-significant arts groups and institutes important education programs for the metropolitan area. |
253 West 125th Street
Between Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd & Frederick Douglass Blvd.
(also known as 7th Avenue & 8th Avenue )
New York, New York, USA 10027
Telephone: (212) 531-5300
Fax: (212) 749 2743
The world famous Apollo Theater is so much more than a historic landmark - it is a source of pride and a symbol of the brilliance of American artistic accomplishment. With its rich history and continued significance, the Apollo Theater, considered the bastion of African-American culture and achievement, is one of the most fascinating chronicles in American history.
2537 Broadway at 95th Street
New York, NY 10025
Symphony Space fosters artistically and culturally diverse performing arts, literary, and film programs that bring artists and audiences together in an atmosphere of exploration and intimacy. Syphony Space reaches audiences throughout New York City, the wider metropolitan area, and – through distribution of programs via media such as radio, recordings, podcasts and touring - the nation.
Approximately 150,000 people attend events at Symphony Space each year.
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