The National Black Theatre announced today–They will host a fundraising concert and celebration to honor and support “Open House Sundays @ 110,” and it’s architect, Abiodun Oyewole, founding member of the legendary group The Last Poets. Born out of Mount Morris Park (AKA-Marcus Garvey Park) in Harlem on the birthday of Malcolm X in the late 60s, The Last Poets are considered by many to be the ‘Godfathers of Rap’. The fundraiser will be held at THE NATIONALBLACK THEATRE located at: 2031 5th Avenue/125th St., in Harlem on Sunday, March 27th from 4-8pm.
Performers slated to attend include “First Lady of Flute” Bobbi Humphrey, the “Human Beat Box” Doug E. Fresh and comedian, actor, writer and social critic Paul Mooney.
Tickets can be purchased for $25 in Advance — $30 at the Door.
THE NATIONAL BLACK THEATRE BOX OFFICE HOURS ARE:
Friday 7:00-9:00pm / Sat. 3:00-5:00pm * 7:00-9:00pm / Sun.- 4:00-6:00pm
Day of Show 3:00-6:00pm. *Tickets can also be bought on line and DONATIONS made at:110fundraiser.eventbrite.com.