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Angela Polite STAGE CREDITS

[Off-Broadway]
2008
Choral Leader


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Open Stage's Second Annual THE GOOD AT HEART Festival Opens Next Week

Open Stage, a theatre company in downtown Harrisburg, will present its second annual The Good at Heart Festival from March 19-24.
Angela Polite's MARY SPEAKS Announced At 10th Annual Key Bank Rochester Fringe Festival

Grits Entertainment, LLC has announced Angela Polite's play MARY SPEAKS will be streamed as part of the 2021 KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival.
Grits Entertainment and The Sheen Center Present Angela Polite's MARY SPEAKS

From August 9-15, Grits Entertainment, LLC and The Sheen Center for Thought and Culture will present Angela Polite's play Mary Speaks for online streaming.
The Classical Theatre of Harlem Presents Free Stream of A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN HARLEM

The Classical Theatre of Harlem presents the free, online stream of A Christmas Carol in Harlem, as recorded live last year, based on the timeless work by Charles Dickens. A Christmas Carol in Harlem is adapted by Shawn René Graham, directed by Carl Cofield and choreographed by Tiffany Rea-Fisher with music directed and composed by Kahlil X Daniel.
Photo Flash: The Classical Theatre Of Harlem Presents A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN HARLEM

The Classical Theatre of Harlem presents the second year of its holiday production, A Christmas Carol in Harlem, based on the timeless work by Charles Dickens. This year's production is directed by Carl Cofield based on an adaptation by Shawn René Graham with new choreography by Tiffany Rea-Fisher (Artistic Director of Elisa Monte Dance).This season, the show moves into a three-quarter thrust theater, offering audiences a more intimate theater experience and allowing them to share in the spirit of the show. Cofield has re-imagined large portions of the work to fit this new space and to build on the festive themes throughout the play while allowing the drama of Scrooge's past to unfold. This includes a new set, music pieces, projections, costumes and casting that establishes A Christmas Carol in Harlemas a modern addition to New York City's annual holiday offerings.
BWW Review: Socially contemplative A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN HARLEM at The Classical Theatre Of Harlem

A close friend recently told me there was no cure for climate change.  Too many people are on the planet.  He theorized the solution was to eliminate two-thirds of the world's population.  Ebenezer Scrooge also shares the same sentiment.  If the sick and downtrodden cannot survive then they will help 'decrease the surplus population.'  A Christmas Carol in Harlem updates Charles Dickens' classic novella into modern times with a socially contemplative spin.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN HARLEM Returns to The Classical Theatre of Harlem

The Classical Theatre of Harlem (CTH, Ty Jones, Producing Artistic Director) presents the second year of its holiday production, A Christmas Carol in Harlem, based on the timeless work by Charles Dickens. This year's production is directed by Carl Cofield based on an adaptation by Shawn René Graham with new choreography by Tiffany Rea-Fisher (Artistic Director of Elisa Monte Dance).
THINGS WENT HORRIBLY WRONG Gets First Staging At Avenue Blackbox Theatre

The Avenue Blackbox Theatre closes its successful inaugural season with its most ambitious production to date - 'Things Went Horribly Wrong,' on stage from April 25 to May 5. This world-premiere production will break boundaries and initiate a new model for immersive theatre that engages community in transformative conversations and relationships. Through this bold new process, theater will be experienced as an alivening contribution to social change.
Classical Theatre Of Harlem Presents A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN HARLEM

The Classical Theatre of Harlem (Ty Jones, Producing Artistic Director) presents A Christmas Carol in Harlem, based on the timeless work by Charles Dickens. A Christmas Carol in Harlem is adapted by Shawn Rene Graham, directed by Steve H. Broadnax III and choreographed by Tiffany Rea-Fisher. This re-imagining of the classic Christmas tale will include some original music and classic holiday carols tinged with gospel, hip-hop, pop and R&B influences, which celebrate the spirit of the season the Harlem way.
Classical Theatre Of Harlem Presents A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN HARLEM

The Classical Theatre of Harlem (Ty Jones, Producing Artistic Director) presents A Christmas Carol in Harlem, based on the timeless work by Charles Dickens. A Christmas Carol in Harlem is adapted by Shawn Rene Graham, directed by Steve H. Broadnax III and choreographed by Tiffany Rea-Fisher. This re-imagining of the classic Christmas tale will include some original music and classic holiday carols tinged with gospel, hip-hop, pop and R&B influences, which celebrate the spirit of the season the Harlem way.
Photo Flash: Kathleen Turner Headlines International Human Rights Art Festival

Academy Award & Tony Award-nominee and Golden Globe Award-winning actress & director Kathleen Turner headlined The International Human Rights Art Festival on Sunday, October 15 at 7:30pm at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn
Culture Project to Welcome Stephen Bright, GQ of the Q Brothers & Tyrone Taylor

Culture Project, New York's home for socially conscious theater, announces 'Prologue to Progress,' a two-week series of music, performance, and discussion led by over a dozen international artists and thinkers from Sunday, October 1 through Sunday, October 15.
Culture Project to Present RUDRA This Fall

Culture Project, New York's home for socially conscious theater, announces 'Prologue to Progress,' a two week series of music, performance, and discussion led by over a dozen international artists and thinkers from Sunday, October 1 through Sunday, October 15. RUDRA is a 4-piece ensemble whose musical direction can best be described as 'acoustic World Fusion on steroids.'
Culture Project to Present REBEL VOICES: STORIES, SPEECHES AND SONGS OF RESISTANCE

Culture Project, New York's home for socially conscious theater, announces 'Prologue to Progress,' a two week series of music, performance, and discussion led by over a dozen international artists and thinkers from Sunday, October 1 through Sunday, October 15. One of the events will be Rob Urbinati's REBEL VOICES: Stories, Speeches, and Songs of Resistance.
Kathleen Turner to Headline International Human Rights Art Festival This Fall

Academy Award and Tony Award nominee and Golden Globe Award-winning actress and director Kathleen Turner will headline The International Human Rights Art Festival on Sunday, October 15 at 7:30pm at The Grand Hall at Saint Mary Church (440 Grand Street).
Kathleen Turner Headlines 2017 International Human Rights Art Festival at Culture Project; Lineup Announced!

The International Human Rights Art Festival joins with activist theatre Culture Project to inaugurate its new space in New York's Lower East Side, with an evening of dance, music, comedy, storytelling, and theatre. The evening is headlined by award-winning actress and advocate Kathleen Turner, and will raise social concerns and offer positive solutions with humor, insight, and artistic talent.
Culture Project to Welcome Stephen Bright, GQ of the Q Brothers & Tyrone Taylor

Culture Project, New York's home for socially conscious theater, announces 'Prologue to Progress,' a two-week series of music, performance, and discussion led by over a dozen international artists and thinkers from Sunday, October 1 through Sunday, October 15.
Culture Project to Present Kristin Nordeval and Guillermo Gregorio

Culture Project, New York's home for socially conscious theater, announces 'Prologue to Progress,' a two week series of music, performance, and discussion led by over a dozen international artists and thinkers from Sunday, October 1 through Sunday, October 15.
Culture Project to Present RUDRA This Fall

Culture Project, New York's home for socially conscious theater, announces 'Prologue to Progress,' a two week series of music, performance, and discussion led by over a dozen international artists and thinkers from Sunday, October 1 through Sunday, October 15. RUDRA is a 4-piece ensemble whose musical direction can best be described as 'acoustic World Fusion on steroids.'
Culture Project to Present REBEL VOICES: STORIES, SPEECHES AND SONGS OF RESISTANCE

Culture Project, New York's home for socially conscious theater, announces 'Prologue to Progress,' a two week series of music, performance, and discussion led by over a dozen international artists and thinkers from Sunday, October 1 through Sunday, October 15. One of the events will be Rob Urbinati's REBEL VOICES: Stories, Speeches, and Songs of Resistance.

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