- 2019 Tribeca Film Festival Set To Open With World Premiere Of HBO Documentary Film The Apollo On Wednesday, April 24
- The Apollo Theater To Offer 850 Amateur Night Opening Night Tickets For $8.50 In Honor of 85th Anniversary Season
- Apollo Theater Presents WOW - Women of the World Festival in Partnership with the WOW Foundation, March 12-17
- Apollo Theater Announces 85th Anniversary Programming For Spring 2019
- The Apollo Theater Announces Winter/Spring Lineup for Apollo Comedy Club
- The Apollo Theater Presents The Baltimore Center Stage and Congo Square Theatre Company Production in Association with Mosaic Theater Company: Twisted Melodies
- The Apollo Theater Announces the Winter/Spring 2019 Lineup for Apollo Music Cafe
- Apollo Theater and AFROPUNK Present Kamasi Washington
- Apollo Theater Announces the First Phase in Creating the Apollo Performing Arts Center
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Apollo in the News
- CBS Sunday Morning: 'Women of the World Festival' Comes to the Apollo Theater
- Essence: Cultural Icon Apollo Theater Sets New Goals As They Celebrate Their 85th Anniversary
- AM New York: Apollo Theater Celebrates 85 Years with a Focus on Harlem's Future
- New York Times: Apollo Theater Is Celebrated in a New Graphic Novel
- New York Times: The Warm-up Master of Amateur Night at the Apollo Is Retiring. Wait, He Changed his Mind.
- New York Times: Apollo Theater to Build New Performances Spaces
- The Atlantic: Barry Jenkins Brings James Baldwin Home to Harlem
- Rolling Stone: New Kids on the Block celebrate 30 years of 'Hangin' Tough' with a special live show at the Apollo Theater
- Positively Black: Kamilah Forbes and Kent Jones on the NYFF premiere of 'If Beale Street Could Talk'
- Playbill: Nick Rashad Burroughs Will Perform James Brown Live at Apollo Music Café
- Creative Types: Featuring Apollo Executive Producer Kamilah Forbes
- PIX11 Morning News LIVE in Harlem - July 20, 2018
- New York Times: Bringing the World of Ta-Nehisi Coates, Briefly, to Stage
- Associated Press: Apollo Crowd Cheers for Coates' 'Between the World and Me'
- Today: Meet the 16-Year-Old Pianist Who's Being Called the Next Stevie Wonder
- New York Times: A Police Bombing, Homes on Fire and an Opera That Grapples With It All
- NPR: 'We Shall Not Be Moved': A New Opera Traces The Legacy Of The 1985 MOVE Bombing