Singer Tamar Kali and the Psychochamber Ensemble visit the Harlem Stage.
In the early 1920s, the Gatehouse in Hamilton Heights served as a pumping station to distribute water across New York City. After a $21 million renovation, the Gatehouse now serves as a performance art space for the Harlem Stage. During the third of four Uptown nights shows, Harlemites recently lined up to drink in the latest talent, reminiscent of speakeasy times.
Producer: Kethevane Gorjestani
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