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28/09/2011

B2: Hotlist! #60

Greetings Community,

So much is going on in NYC at the moment and so many worthwhile shows are up and running and some opening soon.  Don’t forget to support these incredible Artists and productions by purchasing your tickets in advance.  Let’s keep great theatre and music alive.  See you all behind the lights. 

As Always,

Kevin-Anthony

“SEED” A New Play by Radha Blank

Directed by Niegel Smith

Presented by  Classical Theater of Harlem  and  Hip-Hop Theater Festival

Burnt-out social worker Anne Colleen Simpson decides to leave the field on a high note, with a book detailing her career, but when Chee-Chee, a gifted twelve-year-old from the ‘projects’ collides into her life, she’s forced to confront his young mother and the shadows of her past. Anne and Chee-Chee develop an unlikely friendship that leads to an explosive encounter threatening both their futures.

Infused with the vibrant rhythm and verse of Hip-Hop culture, Seed weaves through the fault lines of a gentrified Harlem, begging the question: How far are you willing to go to protect the future of a community and its children? To view a clip about the play, go to: http://www.seedtheplay.com/about/

September 16 – October 9, 2011
The National Black Theatre
2033 5th Avenue Btw 125th St & 126th St
New York, NY 10035

http://www.seedtheplay.com/

Enjoy a special ticket offer for this exciting production. Get your tickets now!

Adult $30 – $48 | Senior & Student $20 | Group (10+) $20

 

For group tickets please call 718.703.2260 or email kadija.wicg@gmail.com

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I’m so excited to be producing Lee Truesdal’es CD Release/Listening Party this coming Friday at The Dwyer Cultural Center in the Heart of Harlem.  I hope that you can all attend this celebration.  Special guest as you can see the always beloved Lee Summers.  We should have called it One Night Two Lee’s….lol…but we are very excited about this event.  Come celebrate.  Lee Truesdale will perform several numbers from the album and we will listen to “Lee Truesdale….Unfinished Business”….going to be magical

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This is a reminder that we will be sponsoring Trent Kendall Armond’s show, PICTURE INCOMPLETE  this Sunday night Oct 2nd @7pm @ The Abingdon Theatre 312 W 36th Street . I really hope that you will come out for a wonderful evening of music and laughter.  I’ll be there, I hope to see all of you there as well.  Tickets are ONLY $18 www.AbingdonTheatre.org (search special events)   http://www.pictureincomplete.com/

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Brandie Sutton, lyric soprano, will make her Manhattan solo recital debut on Saturday, October 1, 2011, 7:30 p.m., Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street (@ Broadway), New York, NY 10023. Ms. Sutton is being presented by B. Arts Presenter, an arts firm dedicated to providing professional performance opportunities for outstanding artists. The program will include selections by Strauss, Schubert, Wolf, Liszt, Debussy, Delibes, Duparc and Ellington. Ms. Sutton will be accompanied by Ramon Bryant Braxton, a pianist and conductor who currently serves as assistant conductor and accompanist for the Howard University Choir.

Click here to for more information about Ms. Sutton and to listen to her glorious voice!

Ms. Sutton is a recipient of the Alma Blackmon Graduate Scholarship Award. Her competition successes include first place in the Albert Lane Scholarship competition, first place in NATS (Alabama) for her division, a finalist in the Palm Beach Opera Competition (Junior Division) and first place in the Birmingham Music Club Scholarship Competition including Best Overall Audition. She placed first in the Vocal Arts Competition for Emerging Artists sponsored by the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc., district and nationals level, and most recently, first place in NATS (Maryland), and first place in NATS mid-Atlantic Regionals in advanced college women division.

To purchase tickets:
Tickets are $50 ($40 for seniors and students)
1) Click here to order tickets online.
2) Call 212.501.3330 to purchase tickets by phone.
3) Buy in person at the Kaufman Center Box Office (129 West 67th Street @ Broadway).

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