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Black Spectrum Theatre Co., Inc.

119-07 Merrick Blvd. Jamaica, Queens, NY 11434

(718) 723-1800

 

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Black Spectrum Theatre Co., Inc.

Roy Wilkins Park
177th St. & Baisley Blvd.

Jamaica, Queens, N.Y. 11434

Police & Youth Forum


Admission:FREE

Friday Feb.6th from 3:30- 5pm

Showing of the award winning Film Urban Encounters-followed by Discussion.
Category: Family

Roy Wilkins Park of Southeast Queens
Entrance – 177th Street & Baisley Blvd.
Jamaica, New York 11434
(718) 723 1800 ext 14
 

A Bowl of Chilly's Foreign Mind


Oct 17th thru Nov 2nd 2014
Fri and Sat @ 8pm
Sun @ 4pm
Tickets $25.00

 

 A dramatic comedy about a runaway Jamaican bride who thinks she’s found the man of her dreams in America. But ! Little does she know ! Not to be missed!
Written by: Kerri Ann-Reese                                                      Directed by: Passion
 
A Mature Adult Comedy
Black Spectrum Theatre
ADAM 

ADAM CLAYTON POWELL

Featuring:
Kene Holiday (Matlock)
Trazana Berverly ( For Colored Girls)
Ralp Carter ( Good Times)
                 
 

Sunday .Feb. 8th 4pm

Admission: $20

Concert
Starring: Timothy Simonson
Directed by Ajene B. Washington
 
Family
Black Spectrum Theatre Company
Roy Wilkins Park
177th Street & Baisley Blvd
Jamaica,NY 11434

Valentines Day Weekend


A Tribute to II Kings of Romance Music
A Romantic Evening With Your Favorite Songs
.

Friday Feb.13th @8pm
Show and Dinner

Admission:$45

Starring: Petawane Chris Curry, Martinez Little & Other Special Guests
Featuring: Rain, Mike Traxx
Black Spectrum Theatre Company
Theatre for Little Folks " ASEOP FABLES

ANANSI,TIGER and SNAKE
 

 
Tuesday-Friday Dec.9th - Dec.19th 2014 @ 10:30am

Tickets $8
 



Anansi the trickster is a West African god. He often takes the shape of a spider and is considered to be the god

of all knowledge of stories. He is also one of the most important characters of West African and Caribbean

folklore. He is also known as Ananse, Kwaku Ananse, and Anancy; and in the southern United States he has

evolved into Aunt Nancy. He is a spider, but often acts and appears as a man.

 

 Written by Jacqueline Wade

Directed by Passion
Family
Black Spectrum Theatre
Located inside the Roy Wilkins Park
Entrance at Baisley Blvd


718-723-1800