Theater & Performance

Presented in collaboration
with Carnegie Hall
Festivals, The ‘60s: The
Years That Changed
America, A Citywide
Festival January 14 –
March 24, 2018. Harlem
Stage and the National
Black Theatre celebrate
the contributions of
Black women pioneers
from the Civil Rights
and Black Arts movements
with Mothers of
the Movements, a twopart
series that pays
tribute to iconic women
including Dr. Barbara
Ann Teer, Abbey
Lincoln, Ella Baker and
Shirley Chisholm. At Harlem
Stage, Marc Carey
re-imagines the Freedom
Now Suite album,
We Insist!, featuring Terri
Lyne Carrington, Reggie
Workman, Sameer
Gupta, Edmar Colón
and surprise guests

Event Date 01-14-2018
Event End Date 03-24-2018
Registration Start Date 01-14-2018
Capacity Unlimited
Registered 0
Cut off date 03-24-2018
Individual Price Twenty Dollars

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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