Southeast Queens, A Play with Music
March 25, 2016 - May 7, 2016
Fri & Sat 8pm, Sun @ 4pm
Come with us on a journey, back to the days of innocence in S.E Queens. At time when a bus ride cost 25 cents, and Count Basie & James Brown made their homes there. In those days you could walk the streets anytime of night, go to house parties and hear the sound of Motown at almost every backyard barbecue. Made in S.E Queens, will have you remembering old friends, and old places. It’s not only a show, it’s a musical history book!
Written and Produce by Carl Clay & Jacqueline Wade
Music by Derek Galloway
Directed by Passion
Category: Family Friendly
Roy Wilkins Park of Southeast Queens
Entrance – 177th Street & Baisley Blvd.
Jamaica, New York 11434
(718) 723 1800 ext 14
April 19th, 20th 2016
Show Time: 10:30am
This is the incredible story of America’s first Black Female astronaut. Follow her rise from a struggling public school student to a highly accomplished scientist, Peace corps medical volunteer in Africa, to becoming the world first Black Female in space.
Written by: Jacqueline Wade
Black Spectrum Theatre: For Tickets Call 718-723-1800 or 718-638-6700
The 2nd Annual Spirit & Harmony Festival
R&B Group Blue Magic Crossfire Steel Orchestra
Sunday, May 8th, 2016
Tickets:Dinner and Show : $ 45.00
Dinner serves at 3pm
Show Only: $ 25.00
Doors open for vendors shopping show 3:00pm
Black Spectrum Theatre Company
Roy Wilkins Park
177th Street & Baisley Blvd
Timeless, Mystery of the Dark Water
May 20th-June 12th, 2016
Friday & Saturday @ 8:00pm. Sunday @ 4:00pm.
Group Rates Available
Amsterdam News: A thrilling who-done-it. So succeddful, it left the audience stumped right to the end.
Queens Chronicle: An absorbing suspense drama. An intriguing look into dream therapy and reincarnation
Carribean Life: A MUST SEE! It's for those who love intrigue, & suspense
Written by: Carl Clay
Directed by: Bette Howard
Music by: NAACP Nominated Onaje Allan Gumbs
Special Visual & Sound Effects: Derek Galloway
Black Spectrum Theatre
Located inside the Roy Wilkins Park
Entrance at Baisley Blvd