Posts Tagged ‘Shakespeare’

The Classical Theatre of Harlem presents Uptown Shakespeare in the Park

The Classical Theatre of Harlem presents Uptown Shakespeare in the Park

The Classical Theatre of Harlem presents Uptown Shakespeare in the Park Macbeth Directed by Carl Cofield, Choreographed by Tiffany Rea-Fisher featuring Ty Jones, Roslyn Ruff, and Elisa Monte Dance Preview Performances Friday, July 8, 2016, at 8:30 p.m. & Saturday, July 9, 2016, at 8 p.m. Opening Night Sunday, July 10, 2016, at 8 p.m. […]


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 […]


The Inwood Shakespeare Festival Kicks Off June 27th

The Inwood Shakespeare Festival Kicks Off June 27th

THE SEASON OF CHANGE & REVELATION InwoodShakes – Bring A Blanket & We’ll See You There! ™ THE INWOOD SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL IS PRODUCED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY OF NEW YORK/PARKS & RECREATION. Heeding the hundreds of requests for more opera following our successful La Boheme, ISF Free Opera in the Park is proud to […]


Next stage of their lives: Upper Manhattan seniors brush up on their Shakespeare | NY Daily News

BY Heidi Evans DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER For most senior citizens, “Break a leg!” are the last words they want to hear. But none of the acting troupe at the Isabella House in Washington Heights minded one bit when resident Anna Mulé shouted the good luck wish to her fellow castmates. After a year and […]


Shakespeare & Storytelling @ the Isabella House Today

Isabella Geriatric Center (515 Audubon Avenue) Friday July 1st 2 PM  On July 1st at 2pm, an intimate group of elderly residents of Isabella Geriatric Center will perform scenes and monologues from Shakespeare’s canon as well as their own stories for the community. Exhibiting their understanding of the bard’s language as well as their own […]

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