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Culture Project (Allan Buchman, Artistic Director), who brought to the stage the successful, seven season run of the children’s show Maya the Bee, has announced a special, six-performance run of the acclaimed children’s jazz puppet show The Cat Who Went to Heaven at The Harlem School of the Arts Theater (647 St. Nicholas Avenue @141st Street). Directed by Will Pomerantz, with music and lyrics by Nancy Harrow (creator of the Maya the Bee production), this delightful show is based on the 1931 Newbery Award-winning children’s book by Elizabeth Coatsworth. The Cat Who Went to Heaven features notable instrumentalists Clark Terry, Kenny Barron, Frank Wess and the voice of Grady Tate

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Culture Project Presents the Cat Who Went to Heaven, Captivating Jazz Puppet Show at the Harlem School of the Arts with Music and Lyrics by Nancy Harrow

Culture Project Presents the Cat Who Went to Heaven, Captivating Jazz Puppet Show at the Harlem School of the Arts with Music and Lyrics by Nancy Harrow

Based On The Newbery Award-Winning Book By Elizabeth Coatsworth Directed By Will Pomerantz Six Special Performances Begin Wednesday, May 13, 2009 (suggested donation $10) New York, NY — Culture Project (Allan Buchman, Artistic Director), who brought to the stage the successful, seven season run of the children’s show Maya the Bee, has announced a special, six-performance ...


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