Throughout theater and art history there have been Kings who have been brought to life on the pages and stage that stand the test of time. One of them is “Henry V.” See and experience the life of “Henry V” right here in Harlem. The Classical Theater of Harlem presents “Henry V” starting August 5 and running through September 4 in the Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz Memorial Center.
According to The New York Times, which has a lengthy article in today’s paper about the play and the Classical Theater of Harlem, says there are “free performances of “Henry V” this Friday (August 5) and Saturday (August 6) in the (Mount Morris) park are an appetizer for its formal premiere on Wednesday (with a Monday preview) at the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial & Educational Center, where it will be performed through Sept. 4.”
Support the Classical Theater of Harlem by seeing “Henry V ” in Harlem. For tickets: click here or call Ovationtix: 866-811-4111.
i’m not familiar with the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial & Educational Center. how is it easiest to get there?
It is very easy. Take the 1, A, C to 168th. The Center is on Broadway and 165th. If you want to see the play for free, it is tomorrow and Saturday in Mount Morris Park. Take the 2/3 to 125th.
oh yes, i meant to see it free, where in the park is it? sorry, not familiar with that park
Take the 2/3 train to 125th and walk south on Lenox to 122 or 120th. The park is one block east from Lenox.
Pingback: The redevelopment of Victoria Theater in Harlem is back on track says The New York Times | HarlemGal Inc.