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Columbia Stages to Present THE SEVEN, 2/12-15
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 27, 2014

Columbia Stages will present THE SEVEN by Will Power, directed by Carl Cofield. A third-year MFA Director at Columbia University School of the Arts, Cofield has selected this unique and challenging piece to serve as his introduction to the professional New York City theatre community. THE SEVEN will be presented in The Connelly Theater at 220 East 4th Street for five performances only,February 12 - 15, 2014.

Public Selects Official Poster for Focus Features' PARIAH
by BWW News Desk - Dec 24, 2011

Following an online outreach, Focus Features has revealed the moviegoing public's choice of the official theatrical release poster for the contemporary drama Pariah, written and directed by Dee Rees.

SEED Comes To The National Black Theatre in Harlem, Previews 9/6
by BWW News Desk - Oct 8, 2011

The OBIE award-winning Classical Theatre of Harlem (Ty Jones, producing director) in conjunction with Hip-Hop Theater Festival (Clyde ValentĂ­n, executive director and Kamilah Forbes, artistic director) will present the world and Off-Broadway premiere of SEED, an award-winning play written by Radha Blank and directed by Niegel Smith, at the National Black Theater in Harlem.

Classical Theatre of Harlem & Hip-Hop Theater Festival Present SEED
by Gabrielle Sierra - Sep 20, 2011

The OBIE Award-winning Classical Theatre of Harlem (Ty Jones, Producing Director) in conjunction with Hip-Hop Theater Festival (Clyde Valentin, Executive Director and Kamilah Forbes, Artistic Director) will present the world & Off-Broadway premiere of SEED, an award-winning play written by Radha Blank & directed by Niegel Smith, at the National Black Theatre in Harlem.

SEED Comes To The National Black Theatre in Harlem, Previews 9/6
by BWW News Desk - Sep 5, 2011

The OBIE award-winning Classical Theatre of Harlem (Ty Jones, producing director) in conjunction with Hip-Hop Theater Festival (Clyde ValentĂ­n, executive director and Kamilah Forbes, artistic director) will present the world and Off-Broadway premiere of SEED, an award-winning play written by Radha Blank and directed by Niegel Smith, at the National Black Theater in Harlem.

SEED Comes To The National Black Theatre in Harlem, Previews 9/6
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 16, 2011

The OBIE award-winning Classical Theatre of Harlem (Ty Jones, producing director) in conjunction with Hip-Hop Theater Festival (Clyde ValentĂ­n, executive director and Kamilah Forbes, artistic director) will present the world and Off-Broadway premiere of SEED, an award-winning play written by Radha Blank and directed by Niegel Smith, at the National Black Theater in Harlem.

Classical Theatre of Harlem Closes SEED, 8/19
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2010

On the precipice of closing its doors, The Classical Theatre of Harlem, under new leadership, faced economic & administrative challenges head on, in order to maintain its status as a unique cultural gem in Harlem. The past eight months have been dedicated to reviving the theatre's health & viability. Although the production season was in hiatus, CTH launched 'Project Classics,' bringing free theatre to the children & residents of Grant & Manhattanville public housing. SEED, by Radha Blank, marks CTH's first return to the Harlem School of the Arts since 2006. This Workshop Production is directed by Niegel Smith.

Classical Theatre of Harlem Presents SEED, 8/14-8/19
by Molly Hagan - Aug 9, 2010

On the precipice of closing its doors, The Classical Theatre of Harlem, under new leadership, faced economic & administrative challenges head on, in order to maintain its status as a unique cultural gem in Harlem. The past eight months have been dedicated to reviving the theatre's health & viability. Although the production season was in hiatus, CTH launched 'Project Classics,' bringing free theatre to the children & residents of Grant & Manhattanville public housing. SEED, by Radha Blank, marks CTH's first return to the Harlem School of the Arts since 2006. This Workshop Production is directed by Niegel Smith.

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