Posts Tagged ‘Haiti’

Women Showcase the Caribbean Experience in America in Uptown Art Exhibit | DNAinfo

Women Showcase the Caribbean Experience in America in Uptown Art Exhibit | DNAinfo

By Carolina Pichardo WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — Eleven women with Caribbean roots aim to explore the conflicts in their own identities in a mixed-media show opening Friday that features a painting of a lynching and a modern take on Leonardo da Vinci’s “Last Supper.” The exhibit, “Living In My Skin, En Mi Piel,” at the Rio Penthouse […]


The Tempest Comes To Harlem

The Tempest Comes To Harlem

The Classical Theatre of Harlem latest’s production, The Tempest, has an uncanny knack for timing. The play remixes the classic Shakespearean opus and references the island of Hispaniola as Prospero’s magical island. Hispaniola, which is home to both the Dominican Republic and Haiti, is currently undergoing some major drama of its own. The Tempest’s highlighting of […]


9/20/14: The People’s Theatre Project Presents Eddie’s Perejil

9/20/14: The People's Theatre Project Presents Eddie's Perejil

Join People’s Theatre Project, Border of Lights and Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights to witness Eddie’s Perejil, a gripping solo performance from Edward Paulino about the 1937 Haitian massacre, hear stories of struggle in our own community and dialogue with our neighbors to learn what we can do to stop the injustice here and […]

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