A SERIES OF NEW MUSICALS AND SPECIAL EVENTS

NOV 30–DEC 15

3 New Musicals! 3 One-Night-Only! Special Events

CHARLESTON HARBOR
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A True Civil War Adventure with Historical Music
by Scott Winfield Sublett directed by Christopher Scott
The story of Robert Smalls, the slave who stole a Confederate gunship and inspired Abraham Lincoln to open enlistment for Black soldiers in the Civil War.  
Charleston Harbor is sponsored by Sharleen Cooper Cohen
and is made possible by the generous support of the
Coalition of Theatres of Color Initiative of the New York City Council
DOROTHY DANDRIDGE
Hollywood’s Sepia Goddess
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
book, lyrics and music by Robert Mitchell
 musical supervisor Rob Berman
music director Anthony De Angelis
directed by Jerry Foley
conceived by N'Kenge
Dorothy Dandridge, often referred to as "The Black Marilyn Monroe", and the
“first of her race” to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, boldly cleared a path for generations to come. Starring N'Kenge (originated Mary Wells, MOTOWN: The Musical).  
Dorothy Dandridge – Hollywood’s Sepia Goddess 
is sponsored by Richard Bell and Willette Klausner 
and is made possible by the generous support of the
Coalition of Theatres of Color Initiative of the New York City Council
BREAD AND ROSES
book and lyrics by Jill Abramovitz music by Brad Alexander
directed by Melissa Crespo
Based on the film inspired by true events, Bread And Roses is the story of a young undocumented Mexican woman who crosses the U.S. border and risks it all in her fight for a living wage, equality and justice.
Bread and Roses is sponsored by James White
and is made possible by the generous support of the
Coalition of Theatres of Color Initiative of the New York City Council
THE DOTTIE MARASCHINO SHOW
starring Dottie Maraschino and The Stems
music director David Caldwell directed by Randy Skinner
Michael LaMasa and his alter ego Dottie journey through the great American Songbook with a little help from her friends in this jazz comedy variety show.
WANDA'S WORLD
music and lyrics by Beth Falcone  book by Eric H. Weinberger
directed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett
2008 Lucille Lortel Award Nomination: OUTSTANDING MUSICAL
Amas 2008 World Premiere and tribute to the late Eric H.Weinberger. Meet Wanda, the coolest tween ever. She’s beautiful. She’s confident.  And she’s the star of her own TV Talk Show! That’s the fantasy. In reality Wanda has a blotchy issue of her own to overcome. And tomorrow is the first day at a new school … IT’S GOING TO BE AN AWESOME YEAR!
A portion of the proceeds to benefit  The Eric H. Weinberger Emerging Playwright Scholarship Award
Wanda's World is sponsored by Stephen Sagman and Terry Schnuck
 The Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy
ACADEMY ALUMNI SHOWCASE
A musical reunion featuring Academy members from a few of the
42 years or our flagship youth program.

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