“Growing Up Gonzales,” the dramatic comedy which had a successful run at the Jan Hus Playhouse on East 74th Street, is coming to East Harlem. It’s a one-man play “about a Nuyorican family in the 1970s, is part stand-up, part melodrama and part cultural tourism.”
Previews of “Growing Up Gonzales” run from October 18-21 at The Poets Den Theater in East Harlem and then a few days later the official show begins October 25. The Poets Den Theater is located at 309 East 108th Street between First and Second Avenue. Click here to buy tickets.
And if you’re interested in contributing to the community play, the production of “Growing Up Gonzales” started a campaign on Indiegogo to cover some production costs with launching the show in East Harlem. All levels of contribution are welcome from as low as one dollar up to several hundreds of dollars. Go to Indiegogo.com to learn more.
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Gertrude Jeannette and The H.A.D.L.E.Y Players have joined forces to present Louise Mike’s play ‘ARYE, which is a historical drama that traces the roots of a young Black woman’s ancestry, focusing on three generations: the coasts of Africa, plantation days in the U.S., and up to the present day. ‘ARYE’ will play from February 28 to March 11 at the Harlem School of the Arts Theatre, located at 647 St. Nicholas Avenue at 142nd Street. Start times are at 7:30 pm during the week and 2:30 pm on Sundays.
To attend ‘ARYE,’ ticket prices are $20 each or two for $30 for general admission; $15 for Seniors, Students or Groups of five or more; and $8 for Children under 12.