Harlem: Renaissance In The Belly of Killer Whale.....

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The play premiered as a part of play reading series at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem and went on to be featured in four sold out shows at the Times Square Arts Center. Each performance has been met with rave reviews on the content, presentation, and message of the play.

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Please go see "Renaissance in the Belly of the Killer Whale." I saw this play on preview many weeks ago. It's informative, it's funny, it's delightful, it's saddening, and at the end also empowering.

It's a story about Harlem gentrification as told by the devoured and almost-devoured; from inside the belly of the Whale, with humor,  with appropriate sarcasm, with sadness, but also with the triumphant defiance that has always allowed Harlemites to survive everything.

Through poetry, dance, song and theatre, it explores the complex and evolving love affair three young women have with their ever-changing home neighborhood, the world famous village of Harlem.

The play premiered as a part of play reading series at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem and went on to be featured in four sold out shows at the Times Square Arts Center. Each performance has been met with rave reviews on the content, presentation, and message of the play.

Remaining Performance Dates: Times Square Arts Center.
300 West 43rd Street, 5th Floor Off Broadway Theatre
New York, NY 10036

Sunday, August 7th
Monday, August 8th
Tuesday, August 9th

Sunday, August 14th
Monday, August 15th
Tuesday, August 16th

For tickets: http://www.harlemkwproject.com/

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