After 85 years serving as Harlem’s world-famous music hall, and the breakout stage for countless performers, The Apollo receives a definitive telling of its history from academy award-winning director Roger Ross Williams.
On September 16, the cast of Epix’s new series, Godfather of Harlem, joined the red carpet premiere held in Harlem.
The lively Spring Gala at the Apollo managed to raise over $2 million dollars for the Harlem Community, as well as bring young and old faces in the music community together to celebrate the theater’s long history.
The Apollo Theater has been the birthing point of some of the most influential black musicians who we know today.
AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) partners with dance icon Debbie Allen, in recognition of World AIDS Day.
Ta-Nehisi Coates’ award-winning book ‘Between the World and Me’ will come to life in two theatrically staged readings featuring Common and Angela Bassett.
The Apollo Theater is hosting several events to celebrate Black History Month including two days of free entry.
At “How I Wrote That Song,” presented by Broadcast Music, Inc (BMI) along with the Apollo Theater Education Program, five songwriters all came together in an effort to teach to the general public how they became successful and how they got their start in songwriting.