After 4 sold out shows in the past 4 months, GHETTO CHRONICLES is returning to The Playroom Theater for a 5th encore performance. This is not your average musical stage play. If you are the least bit timid about the atmosphere in today's society, this show is defintely not for you. This show is a raw, powerful, thought provoking and inspirational new musical production that features young multi-talented actors who sing, rap and do spoken word live onstage. It will take you on a musical journey through thought provoking topics mainly focusing on the African American experience in America as well as current events and issues. With original songs written and composed by D. Whit as well as featured performances by the man himself, this Audelco Award nominated "best new musical" will make you laugh, cry, think and celebrate. Get your $25 ghetto passes now online. $35 tickets will be sold at the door.
Ages: 12 and older
The Playroom Theater Frequently Asked Questions
Where is The Playroom Theater located?
The Playroom Theater is at 151 West 46th Street, New York City, NY.
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What is the history of The Playroom Theater ?
The Playroom Theater, a small theater with a purpose on West Forty Sixth Street. Created by longtime theatrical producer Eric Krebs, The Playroom Theater features a 62 seat boutique theater, appropriate for rehearsals, readings, auditions, producers' presentations and workshop productions. Conceived of as an artists' work space for writers, directors, composers, actors, producers and others committed to the professional theater arts and its industry.