ABOUT HARLEM STAGE
Since its inception, Harlem Stage (formerly Aaron Davis Hall, Inc.) has earned a local, national, and international reputation for world-class programming and commissioning of new works. Established in 1979 as part of The City College of New York, the organization became an independent non-profit in 1983. Harlem Stage has hosted legendary artists such as Harry Belafonte, Max Roach, Bill Cosby, Abbey Lincoln, Maya Angelou, and Tito Puente. Its primary mission is to perpetuate the Harlem’s contributions to American culture by presenting and supporting the development of new work and the work of emerging artists, providing educational opportunities to thousands of public school children each year, and connecting programs to the community’s rich cultural traditions. Harlem Stage opened its new facility, the landmarked Gatehouse, in October 2006.
Visit www.HarlemStage.org or 212.281.9240, ext. 19 or 20
Tickets prices for Harlem Stage performances range from free to $45. Most are $20 or less. Seats at free performances must be reserved in advance. Ticket purchases and reservations can be made online at www.HarlemStage.org or by calling the box office at 212-281-9240, ext. 19 or 20.