A tale of Harlem gentrification: Renaissance in the Belly of the Killer Whale


Renaissance in the Belly of the Killer Whale is an off-Broadway play about Harlem gentrification “as told by the devoured and almost-devoured”.

The play fuses poetry, dance, song and theatre to explore the complex and evolving love affair three young women have with their village of Harlem.

The play premiered at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem and later in four sold out shows at the Times Square Arts Center.

Remaining Performance Dates:

Times Square Arts Center
300 West 43rd Street, 5th Floor Off Broadway Theatre
New York, NY 10036

Sunday, August 7th
Monday, August 8th
Tuesday, August 9th
Sunday, August 14th
Monday, August 15th
Tuesday, August 16th

Click here for tickets.

3 Responses to A tale of Harlem gentrification: Renaissance in the Belly of the Killer Whale

  1. Thank you very much Harlem Trends for posting this lovely article! We would love to know who wrote the article so we can personally thank that person! Please feel free to email us at info@HarlemKWProject.com.

    We hope to see everyone reading this article at the show!!

  2. Play is awesom currently runs through 8/16/2011

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