Juliana Poroye who is an ensemble member in Urban Words and Hi-ARTS’ Journal to Journey Program has been selected as one of the poets to be a part of the 2016 Urban Word NYC Poetry Slam Team! Congratulations Juliana!
Tracer DePass who is also an ensemble member in Urban Words and Hi-ARTS’ Journal to Journey Programwho received the first ever Phife Dawg Award from Urban Word. Last year, he was selected to be the 2016 Teen Poet Laureate for the Borough of Queens and was published in Scholastic’s Best Teen Writing of 2015. Congratulations Trace!
David Bermudez is currently a student intern with Hi-ARTS and last year he was a former student in The Black Book Master Class. Most recently David was accepted into the Architecture Program at Cooper Union on a full tuition scholarship. Congratulations David!
Congratulations Juliana, Tracer & David from all of us at HarlemCondoLife!
Blood at the Root
PERFORMANCES: April 23rd – May 15th
Mondays, Thursdays – Saturdays @ 7:30pm |
Saturdays @ 2:00pm | Sundays @ 4:00pm
@ The National Black Theatre
2031 5th Ave, NY, NY 10035
Blood at the Root is a new drama by award-winning playwright DOMINIQUE MORRISSEAU (Skeleton Crew, Detroit ’67) inspired by the Jena Six. This bold new play examines themiscarriage of justice, racial double standards, and the crisis in relations between men and women of all classes and, as a result, the shattering state of black family life.
We love Harlem Cycle! You’re invited to celebrate with them for their Grand Opening Reception on Saturday, April 30th at 4:30 PM.
This party is to also unveil our Harlem-themed mural which is the centerpiece of our studio decor. We are excited to work with Lance Johnson, a talented artist who we believe will highlight the Harlem flavor for our studio and we’d love for you to be one of the first people to see his art-work designed for the Harlem Cycle studio.
We look forward to seeing you and yours on the 30th. Kindly let us know if you plan to attend. We would love to meet you in person and celebrate our passion for all things Harlem together.