Harlem School of the Arts theater department presents The Colored Museum, April 24 – May 3

Scheduled to run from Friday April 24th – May 3rd, Harlem School of the Arts theatre department’s presentation of writer George C. Wolfe’s The Colored Museum is said to take the audience on a journey through the Black American experience. This play, directed by Alfred Preisser, also features the music of Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, and the Temptations, and famous African American literary pieces. Get your tickets! Details below.



An unforgettable cast of characters brings George C. Wolfe’s “personal exorcism” of Black cultural myths to life through the humor, pain, and shockingly brutal honesty of Wolfe’s writing. This production of the 1986 work maintains it’s timelessness, while inserting elements of the current Black experience for a new audience all performed and interpreted by the Harlem School of the Arts theater students ages 13-18.


The Colored Museum Show Details
Performance Dates: 

• Friday April 24 • 7PM
Saturday April 253PM & 7PM
• Sunday April 26 • 3PM
Friday May 17PM
Saturday May 23PM & 7PM
• Sunday May 3 • 3PM & 7PM

• $20 in advance at: http://hsanyc.org/coloredmuseum2015/
• $25 at the door/$15 student/senior
• Group sales 20% off for groups for 10 or more, for information about group sales please call: 212.802.8200.

Harlem School of the Arts
645 St. Nicholas Avenue
(at 140th Street)
Harlem, New York 10030