This is the last weekend to see “Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale” at the National Black Theater, located at 2031 Fifth Avenue. This play is about three women dealing with the effects Harlem’s rebirth. It’s also written by Harlem natives making the play very authentic. The New York Daily News reported the play and the playwrights recently. Read the article here. And if you don’t have any plans this weekend, check out “Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale” at the National Black Theater.
To purchase tickets, visit the SmartTix website at or call SmartTix at (212) 868-4444. For group sales, call the National Black Theatre at (212) 340-1121.
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Oct 14, 2010 @ 18:26
While I was walking around Central and East Harlem this past weekend for the Harlem Art Walk, I stumbled across Harlem Pop, a marketplace, art gallery and performance space located at 2037 Fifth Avenue in Harlem. This was my first time there. I liked the place very much!
There are items for sale by local designers, beverages, and various art work. I really enjoyed watching the artists work on the mural inside on the first floor. There were two muralist there working on the day I visited. I want to go back to Harlem Pop to see the finished product. There is also a second floor at Harlem Pop. It has wonderful black and white photos on display from various artists.
So if you’re looking for something to do this weekend, go have a “pop up experience” in Harlem. Harlem Pop is open from 11 AM to 7 PM on Saturdays and on Sunday from noon to 6 PM on Fifth Avenue between 125th and 126th!