Apollo Theater Winter/ Spring 2020 Season

Join us this season for an exciting new line up of concerts, film screenings, dance and theatrical performances and more.

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WNYC & Apollo Present
Apollo Uptown Hall: The Strategic King - MLK's Visionary Leadership

Sunday, January 12 / 3pm

Hosted by WNYC's Brian Lehrer and Jami Floyd
MC: WQXR's Terrance McKnight

This Apollo Uptown Hall explores the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as both a political and media strategist.

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FREE w/ RSVP

Apollo Education Career Panel: "KA-POW" - Careers in Comics & Graphic Novels

Sunday, January 19 / 1pm

Apollo Soundstage

This Career Panel will explore the mass appeal and duality of the graphic novel and visual storytelling industry through conversations with writers, illustrators, agents and publishers.

Free with RSVP

Apollo Open House Weekend

Saturday, February 1 / 2pm

Open House features live performances, family workshops, and multi-media presenations on Apollo Theater history.

FREE w/ RSVP

Live Wire: Bad [email protected]$^* Black Music on the Big Screen

Tuesday, February 18 / 6:30pm

Ahead of Apollo's screening and live music soundtrack performance of Shaft, Greg Tate, founder and musical director of the Burnt Sugar Arkestra Chamber will lead a discussion on Isaac Hayes' timeless soundtrack and other classics from the era.

Free w/ RSVP

Apollo Film Presents: ImageNation's Cocktails & Cinema

Thursday, February 20
6pm - Reception
7pm - Film Screening

Cocktails & Cinema evenings feature premier and advance screenings of Pan-African films preceded by a reception with live DJ/performance, followed by a talkback.

Tickets: $25

Apollo Film Presents: Shaft with Live Music featuring Burnt Sugar

Saturday, February 29, 2020 / 8pm

This Apollo Film event will feature a screening of the iconic 1971 film Shaft, accompanied by a live music performance of the score by Burnt Sugar Arkestra Chamber.

Apollo Presents: WOW - Women of the World Festival "Pop Up"

Presented in partnership with the UN Commission on Women
Featuring Elaine Welteroth and Harriet Cole in Conversation

Saturday, March 14 / 7pm

This Apollo Women of the World (WOW) event will take place in connection to the United Nations onference on the Satate of Women. Harriet Cole and former Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief, Elaine Welteroth will discuss Elaine's recent book, More Than Enough.

Women of the World -  Teen Summit

Saturday, March 14 / 12pm

This year's WOW: Teen Summit seeks to explore the impact of young women in politics both on a local and global scale. Through performances and panel discussions, we will dissect gender politics and the role of women of color within it, while opening up a dialogue that encourages a call to action.

FREE w/ RSVP

Live Wire: Aretha!

Tuesday, March 24 / 6:30pm

Live Wire honors the legacy of the legendary Aretha Franklin in a discussion led by writer and cultural critic Emily Lordi.

Free w/ RSVP

Apollo Theater Academy Career Panel: The Masquerade - Costume Design in Theater and Film

Monday, March 30 / 6pm

This Career Panel will explore the essential role that costume designers play in bringing characters on stage and film to life. Featuring an array of artists and designers who have made a career of  story telling through costume design.

Free with RSVP

The Apollo Theater Africa Now!
and African Film Festival 30th Anniversary Celebration present the legendary Oumou Sangare

Saturday, April 4 / 8pm

This year's annual Africa Now! concert celebrates not only the best of today's African music scene but spotlights ow the music of the diaspora has impacted the coninent.

Live Wire: Dancing in the Streets: Rhythm Rebels

Thursday, April 30 / 6:30pm

Dancing in the Streets considers the history and larger cultural context of social dance in Black and LatinX communities.

Free w/ RSVP

Apollo Salon Series: National Black Theater's A Time to Love

Saturday, May 2 / Time TBD

The Salon Series is a program that enforces the Apollo Theater's committment to the development of new works. This Salon Series is presented in partnership with National Black Theater.

Apollo Theater Academy Career Panel: Through The Looking Glass - Careers in Cinematography

Tuesday, May 12 / 6pm

This Career Panel centers the important role of cinematographers in the film and television industry.

Free with RSVP

Apollo Film Presents: ImageNation's Cocktails & Cinema

Thursday, May 21
6pm - Reception
7pm - Film Screening

Cocktails & Cinema evenings feature premier and advance screenings of Pan-African films preceded by a reception with live DJ/performance, followed by a talkback.

Tickets: $25

Live Wire: Hazel Scott Centennial Celebration

Monday, June 15 / 6:30pm

This Live Wire honors the artistry, musicianship and activism of Hazel Scott on the 100th anniversary of her birth.

Free w/ RSVP

Amateur Night at the Apollo

Wednesdays / 7:30pm

Amateur Night at the Apollo is one of New York’s most popular live entertainment experiences, attracting performers and audiences the world over. Each week a new line up of contestants compete for the grand prize.

Tickets start at $24

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Apollo Late Nights:

 

 Comedy Club

Thursday, January 9

Thursday, February 6

Thursday, March 05

Thursday, April 2

Thursday, May 7

Thursday, June 4

Doors at 9pm  |  Show starts at 10pm

Tickets start at $22

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Music Cafe

Friday, January 10  |  Saturday, January 11

Friday, February 07  |  Saturday, February 08

Friday, March 06  |  Saturday, March 07

Friday, April 03 |  Saturday, April 04

Friday, May 08 |  Saturday, May 09

Friday, June 05 |  Saturday, June 06

Doors at 9pm  |  Show starts at 10pm

Tickets start at $22

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