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The Bacchae by Euripides

A new version by Bryan Doerries. Directed by Carl Cofield. Choreographed by Tiffany Rea-Fisher

July 6 – 28 | TUES-SUNDAY @ 8:30 PM | FREE

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Future Classics6/17 Samuels Studio, 70 Lincoln Center Plaza.  7pm

Tasting Tuesday6/18 Ponty Bistro, 2375 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd 6pm

The Bacchae7/6 – 7/28 Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem 8:30pm

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CTH combines original adaptations, music, and dance to present great classics of world literature as well as contemporary works that will stand the test of time. It is CTH’s vision to create the 21st century theatre company whose value to its community is inherent and essential, a company that is engaged in producing theatre that has the capacity to change lives, and truly reflects the diversity of ideas and racial tapestry that is America. CTH is purposeful in seeking to create comprehensive access for theatre artists of diverse backgrounds. This includes actors, directors, designers, playwrights, technicians, and arts administrators.

Since its founding in 1999, CTH has presented a repertory of works ranging from traditional classical playwrights (Anton Chekhov, Euripides, and William Shakespeare), to established 20th century playwrights (August Wilson, Langston Hughes, and Jean Genet), to new plays by emerging playwrights.

In addition to its productions, CTH proudly provides theatre-based training and live theatre experiences to Harlem youth and their families through its arts education program: Project Classics. It also engages in robust, theatre-related programming, which include Future Classics, Playwrights’ Playground, and Revisited Classics. These free reading series act as a way to engage new audiences, invest in the artistic development of new work, and give exposure to emerging professional playwrights.

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