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The New Apollo Stages at the Victoria Open for Performances This Weekend—and Tickets Are $20 or Less Through the Spring

Updated: Apr 8

One of the two new Apollo Stages at the Victoria. Photo courtesy of the Apollo Theater.

It's a great day in Harlem.

The Apollo Theater's two new performance spaces kick off their inaugural season this weekend—and all tickets are capped at $20 through the spring.

The Apollo Stages at the Victoria, the 199- and 99-seat venues located in the renovated Victoria Theater at 233 W 125th Street (just down the block from the Apollo), open this weekend with the first in a series of programs that continue this spring.

It all starts wth Soul Science Lab’s The Renaissance Mixtape, a theatrical concert using elements of hip hop to uplift voices of the Harlem Renaissance, from February 8-11 (note that only a few tickets remain).

The season continues with a jazz concert by vibraphonist Stefon Harris & Blackout (February 18), a film screening of "The Melt Goes on Forever: The Life & Times of David Hammons" (February 22), and a dance performance by choreographer Dianne McIntyre (April 12-14).

The Apollo Stages at the Victoria are down the street from the historic Apollo Theater.

For those just passing by and eager for a peek at the new space, there's also the free photography exhibit "From The Victoria to The Village: A Visual History of Black Creative Spaces" by Alex Harsley that just opened in the ground-floor gallery. The show is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-6pm, and runs until April 30.

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