In: Single Event

RENT PARTY
July 11, 2019

Arts Partner: The Tank


  • July 14, 2019
    12:00 pm

In the early 1900s African-Americans began to migrate north in large numbers. Harlem was where their community was, so many moved there, despite the high rents. Rent parties became a popular way for families to raise the rent money they needed. They would hire a musician or band, get cheap refreshments and charge a small (more…)

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RENT PARTY
July 11, 2019

Arts Partner: The Tank


  • July 13, 2019
    7:00 pm

In the early 1900s African-Americans began to migrate north in large numbers. Harlem was where their community was, so many moved there, despite the high rents. Rent parties became a popular way for families to raise the rent money they needed. They would hire a musician or band, get cheap refreshments and charge a small (more…)

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RENT PARTY
July 11, 2019

Arts Partner: The Tank


  • July 13, 2019
    3:00 pm

In the early 1900s African-Americans began to migrate north in large numbers. Harlem was where their community was, so many moved there, despite the high rents. Rent parties became a popular way for families to raise the rent money they needed. They would hire a musician or band, get cheap refreshments and charge a small (more…)

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RENT PARTY
July 11, 2019

Arts Partner: The Tank


  • July 12, 2019
    7:00 pm

In the early 1900s African-Americans began to migrate north in large numbers. Harlem was where their community was, so many moved there, despite the high rents. Rent parties became a popular way for families to raise the rent money they needed. They would hire a musician or band, get cheap refreshments and charge a small (more…)

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Measure for Measure
July 8, 2019

Arts Partner: The Acting Company


  • July 15, 2019
    7:00 pm

“A play that, though written four hundred years ago, might have been written for the era of #MeToo.” – The New Yorker Written by William Shakespeare Directed by Janet Zarish Running in rotating repertory with┬áNative Son, Shakespeare’s strikingly current play speaks powerfully about impossible moral choices in the story of the devout novice Isabella, whose (more…)

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