Playbill – Meet the Cast of the Apollo Theater and Classical Theatre of Harlem’s The First Noel

http://www.playbill.com/article/meet-the-cast-of-the-apollo-theater-and-classical-theatre-of-harlems-the-first-noel The new holiday musical features original music and holiday carols reimagined through pop, jazz, and gospel. The cast of The First Noel (Monica Simoes)   The Apollo Theater will present The Classical Theatre of Harlem’s staging of The First Noel this holiday season. Set in Harlem in 1985, the new holiday musical features original…

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(PASSED) Non-Equity Auditions – FIT FOR A QUEEN 8.12.16

FIT FOR A QUEEN – Non-Equity Auditions Classical Theatre of Harlem New York, NY WHAT TO PREPARE Please prepare one (1) contemporary comedic monologue not to exceed 2 minutes total. All should bring picture/resume. ______________ COMPENSATION Travel Stipend ($500 for run) + Equity EMC points PERSONNEL Author: Betty Shamieh; Director: Tamilla Woodard; Ty Jones, Producing…

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(PASSED) Equity Principal Auditions for The First Noel

SHOW: The First Noel: A World Premiere Musical CONTRACT: LOA-NYC SALARY: $315/week + Pension and Health BOOK, MUSIC & LYRICS: Lelund Durond Thompson & Jason Michael Webb DIRECTOR: Kamilah Forbes PRODUCER: Classical Theatre of Harlem (Ty Jones, Producing Artistic Director; David Roberts, Managing Director) IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE APOLLO THEATER PERFORMANCE LOCATION: Apollo Theater Soundstage MAX REHEARSAL…

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‘Tempest’ Review: Classical Theatre of Harlem Knocks Production out of the Park

By Mark Canavera for HuffPost The third time’s a magical charm. In its strongest outing since it launched public productions of Shakespeare two summers ago, the Classical Theatre of Harlem‘s “Tempest” is a vibrant, haunting interpretation that gives full voice to the play’s explorations of slavery, colonization, and, ultimately, freedom. A number of factors contribute…

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Huffington Post review of The Tempest

‘Tempest’ Review: Classical Theatre of Harlem Knocks Production out of the Park The third time’s a magical charm. In its strongest outing since it launched public productions of Shakespeare two summers ago, the Classical Theatre of Harlem‘s “Tempest” is a vibrant, haunting interpretation that gives full voice to the play’s explorations of slavery, colonization, and, ultimately,…

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