From Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake’s Shuffle Along to Wallace Thurman’s Harlem to Fats Waller’s Ain’t Misbehavin’, African American writers and musicians redefined the American theater, as did actors Paul Robeson and Rose McClendon on American and international stages. Among the many gifts of the Harlem Renaissance, the movement’s contribution to theater and to American democracy is perhaps the least understood and most important today. Jeffrey C. Stewart introduces us to some of the key players and voices in New York’s vibrant Black theater scene during the 1920s and ’30s in a presentation and conversation with playwright Michael Dinwiddie. Other Revisiting the Harlem Renaissance course dates: April 22, April 29, and May 6, 2021. Part of: Voices of Hope
MuSE Chorus' Annual Concert 2020 Saturday, May 15, 2021 at 2pm Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church 152 West 66th Street, NYC (bet. Broadway \& Amsterdam Ave.) PROGRAM Vivaldi GLORIA Tartini STABAT MATER and more! MuSE Chorus Yui Kitamura, Artistic director Musikapiphany Alicia Lieu, condctor ADMISSION (Door opens at 1pm) Advance Tickets: $15 general / $12 seniors \& students with ID. At the door (cash only): $20 general / $15 seniors \& students For additional information, please visit musefriends.org *Please note that this venue is not wheelchair friendly. *Even if the tickets are not available online, there are still seats available. Please bring cash to pay at the door. Thank you.