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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

* ManhoodManhood

A visit from a strange woman in a mask and a tragic event forces Silence and Ebony to confront what it mean's to be a man in a world that values and celebrates manhood. Written by Dennis A. Allen II. Directed by Russell G. Jones

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* Killer WhaleKiller Whale

Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale, which is a growing theatrical production that focuses on preserving the rich culture and history of Harlem through the arts. Jaylene Clark Owens serves as the director. It is a look into the multifaceted issue of gentrification in Harlem through a fusion of spoken word poetry, theatre, song, and more!

* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

* ManhoodManhood

A visit from a strange woman in a mask and a tragic event forces Silence and Ebony to confront what it mean's to be a man in a world that values and celebrates manhood. Written by Dennis A. Allen II. Directed by Russell G. Jones

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* Killer WhaleKiller Whale

Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale, which is a growing theatrical production that focuses on preserving the rich culture and history of Harlem through the arts. Jaylene Clark Owens serves as the director. It is a look into the multifaceted issue of gentrification in Harlem through a fusion of spoken word poetry, theatre, song, and more!

* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

* ManhoodManhood

A visit from a strange woman in a mask and a tragic event forces Silence and Ebony to confront what it mean's to be a man in a world that values and celebrates manhood. Written by Dennis A. Allen II. Directed by Russell G. Jones

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

* ManhoodManhood

A visit from a strange woman in a mask and a tragic event forces Silence and Ebony to confront what it mean's to be a man in a world that values and celebrates manhood. Written by Dennis A. Allen II. Directed by Russell G. Jones

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

* ManhoodManhood

A visit from a strange woman in a mask and a tragic event forces Silence and Ebony to confront what it mean's to be a man in a world that values and celebrates manhood. Written by Dennis A. Allen II. Directed by Russell G. Jones

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

* THE WIZARD OF OZTHE WIZARD OF OZ

Time: 3:00 pm

The breathtaking projections, special effects, colorful costumes, and timeless score will transport you to the wonderful land of Oz. Take this fantastical journey with Dorothy Gale and her three friends as they triumph against all the odds and find their way home.

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* Luigi & LangstonLuigi & Langston

Four one-act plays by famous and emerging playwrights all linked to African American History Month. Theater For the New City presents works by Langston Hughes and Luigi Pirandello (presented as an influence on him) as well as one inspired by the work of Zora Neale Hurston and one more new play.

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* AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'

Harlem Repertory Theatre. 1978 Best Musical Tony Winner, AIN'T MISBEHAVIN. This brilliant showcase of Fats Waller's magnificent songbook will have audiences dancing in the aisles as the HRT's finest company members sing the toe-tapping, hand-clapping songs: T'Ain't Nobody’s Business, This Joint is Jumpin', Honeysuckle Rose, the title song, Ain't Misbehavin', and many more!

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