Apollo Club Harlem

1hr. 30min.
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APOLLO CLUB HARLEM Monday, February 18 at 8:30 p.m. Friday, February 22 at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, February 23 at 8:30 p.m. Harlem was home to New York's hottest clubs in the 30's and 40's, where the music of Billie, Ella, Dinah, Sarah, Duke and Dizzy became legend. Sultry, sexy crooners, dazzling dancers, and swingin' big bands served-up a potent mix of high-class hi-jinks and entertainment. Now the glamour, electricity and elegance of the Harlem Club environment is back in an all-new, nightclub-style show, staged as only the world-famous Apollo Theater could do it. Host Maurice Hines will have you fingers snapping throughout as a stunning roster of top contemporary talent takes to the stage. Three-time Grammy Award-winning vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater flaunts her flawless technique and Tony-Award winning theatricality. Rising-star Cécile McLorin Salvant offers sumptuous and sensual vocal interpretations from the great American songbook. Dormeshia, the greatest female tap dancer alive, spits out complex rhythms a mile a minute. Storyboard P, a 21st century reincarnation of the notorious Snakehips, displays untapped genius in a dance style that is pure poetry in motion. David Berger, an internationally renowned expert on the music of Duke Ellington and the Swing Era, provides the show's musical direction, and accomplished conductor Daryl Waters leads a 16-piece Jazz orchestra through an exhilarating barrage of hits including Fine and Mellow, One O'Clock Jump, Drop Me Off in Harlem and Paper Moon. Broadway veteran Emilio Sosa and master designer Burke Wilmore make the evening shimmer and shine with gorgeous costumes and exquisite lighting. Orchestra-level, nightclub seating features table-service, dancing and drinks. Complimentary Pre-show Cavicchioli Cocktail in the Mezzanines. Jazz age attire is encouraged! For a night on the town in February, who could ask for anything more? Apollo Club Harlem is supported by the Reginald Van Lee Fund for New Works and the Ford Foundation Fund for Global Programs.

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