Coming Events

January 17, 2002 to February 3, 2002

Cookin' at the Cookery

Based on the life of legendary jazz and blues singer Alberta Hunter, this inspiring and witty musical is filled with toe-tapping a standards like "Handy Man," "My Castle's Rockin'" ands "Sweet Georgia Brown."

Two River Theatre at the Algonquin
171 Main Street
Manasquan, NJ
732-345-1400
http://www.tworivertheatre.org

February 1, 2002

Mahalia

SJPAC present a Black history tribute to the dynamic gospel phenom-Mahalia Jackson.

South Jersey Performing Arts Center
1 Harbour Boulevard
Camden, NJ
856-342-6633

February 1, 2002 to February 28, 2002

February Exhibit

Black History Month Exhibit - Kente Exhibit from the Newark Museum, photography by Wendel White, Links exhibit.

Atlantic City Art Center
Boardwalk and New Jersey Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ
609-347-5837
http://www.aclink.org/acartcenter/

February 3, 2002

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Discovered by Paul Simon, this group is a Grammy-winning African American singing group. 

McCarter Theater
91 University Place
Princeton, NJ
609-258-2787
http://mccarter.org

February 14, 2002 to February 16, 2002

Chuck Davis African-Americam Dance

Chuck Davis brings his authentic and creative salute to African culture to our theatre in celebration of Black history Month.

South Jersey Performing Arts Center
1 Harbour Boulevard
Camden, NJ
856-342-6633

February 22, 2002

Halley's Comet

Emmy award-winning actor John Amos (Roots, Good Times) and appearance by the William Paterson Gospel Choir

Shea Center at William Paterson University
300 Pompton Road
Wayne, NJ
97a3-720-2371
http://www.wpunj.edu

February 23, 2002

Bill Cosby

Comedian and American icon offers unique perspective on everyday life.

State Theatre
15 Livingston avenue
New Brunswick, NJ
732-246-7469
http://www.statetheatrenj.org

March 3, 2002

Ladysmith Black Mambazo with special guest Olu Dara

South Africa's uplifting acappella choir captured America's fancy via their work with Paul Simon on the "Graceland" album and tour. These purveyors of Zulu harmonies and high-kicking dance moves promises a spiritually uplifting evening of entertainment.

McCarter Theater Center
91 University Place
Princeton, NJ
609-258-2787 or 1-888-278-7932
http://mccarter.org

 

Copyright 2001-, Terry Muse
Revised: January 26, 2002
URL: http://black_and_hispanic.tripod.com/blackhistory/
Contact: Terry Muse