FOUR HAND BAND presents music for piano four hands by Amy Beach, Fanny Mendelssohn, Mary Lou Williams, Carole King, and others celebrating the upcoming 100 year anniversary of women’s suffrage in America. Suggested donation: $12 (cash or check only), includes a post-concert reception (cash bar) where you can meet the performers and mingle with friends and neighbors.
WHCO’s resident harpist and principal flutist perform a delightfully dreamy afternoon of French classics alongside imaginative arrangements of piano works by Debussy and Ravel. Ashley Jackson, Harp & Anna Urrey, FlutePresented by The Bizzarro Agency.
Doors: 6:30pm, Show: 7:30pm; tickets on Sale Soon! With legendary MC Kurtis Blow. A holiday mash-up for the whole family, The Hip Hop Nutcracker re-imagines Tchaikovsky’s classic score through explosive hip hop choreography, a dozen all-star dancers, on-stage DJ, an electric violinist and digital scenery. This evening-length show celebrates love, community and the magic of the holiday season.
“A generous dose of contemporary spirit sure to heat up even the most restless and wintry of souls.” – The New York Times
“The Hip Hop Nutcracker turns Tchaikovsky on his head, in the coolest possible way.” – CBS
The Hip Hop Nutcracker sets out on a third national tour following the success of two previous sold-out tours, spread out across 23 U.S. cities. The show is directed and choreographed by Jennifer Weber, artistic director of the Brooklyn-based theatrical hip-hop dance company Decadancetheatre. It was adapted to contemporary New York City by Mike Fitelson, executive director of United Palace of Cultural Arts (UPCA), which is the home of the original Hip Hop Nutcracker, and includes hip-hop interludes remixed and reimagined by DJ Boo, as well as an on-stage electric violinist.
On behalf of Broadway Housing Communities, and the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum, you are cordially invited to participate in our annual benefit. This year’s theme is ROI: Return on Imagination, which speaks to the numerous ways both organizations have provided a ‘return’ through the lens of imagination. For more information and to purchase your tickets, please click here.
Get up close and personal where you’ll explore this stunning 3,400-seat theatre, its mezzanine, grand foyer, balcony, and exterior, and if you’re lucky, you’ll get to go up on stage! Free, but RSVP required here.
The history of United Palace, Manhattan’s 4th largest theatre and now a landmarked building, began in 1930, when it was then one of five Loew’s “Wonder Theatres” across the boroughs and New Jersey. Designed by noted architect Thomas Lamb (Cort Theatre, the former Ziegfeld Theatre) with interiors overseen by decorative specialist Harold Rambusch (Waldorf Astoria, Radio City Music Hall), it was one of the region’s premier vaudeville and movie houses. Today, the United Palace is a transformational venue that fuses culture, spirituality and entertainment.
United Palace provides free public tours every second Sunday of the month. Tours are capped at 30 people, so RSVP is required. Each visitor will receive a free pin that celebrates Lin-Manuel Miranda’s contributions to Movies at the Palace.
Learn more about the United Palace here.
Starting in October, the United Palace is offering FREE historical tours of our building every second Sunday of the month! Info/ RSVP required –> http://bit.ly/2vAWe4K As a treat, each visitor will receive a free pin that celebrates Lin-Manuel Miranda’s contributions to Movies at the Palace.