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Black Spectrum Theatre, Co. Announces Subscription for 54th Season

Theatre and entertainment fans overall still have some time to become a Black Spectrum  Theatre subscriber to see all the plays in the 54th season for free this fall. Currently, for a  limited time offer, members can experience seven months of unforgettable entertainment for just  $99. The subscription, also known as the season pass, additionally provides access to concerts  and VIP events at discounted rates, as well as the chance to see a production multiple times. 

This year, the multi-award-winning Queens-based institution will put on nine plays (including two  musicals and a play reading series), three concerts as well as the return of Def Poetry Jam  and a must-see panel discussion about reparations.

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The new season kicks off in October with Mandela (October 6th and 7th); A Conversation With  Millie Jackson Live & Uncensored! (November 25); The Last Block Association (October 26 - November 5) and 'Twas the Night Before Kwanzaa (December 27 - December 30), both of which  were written by Black Spectrum Theatre’s founder and executive producer Carl Clay. 

“I like being a member because Black Spectrum Theatre puts on wonderful shows for the  community,” says one subscriber from St. Albans. “My friends used to get jealous that they had to pay when we would come to shows. Now, they are members, too.”  

Other shows on the lineup include Mountaintop, which chronicles Martin Luther King, Jr.'s last  night on earth; Friendship Express; Kings of Soul: Valentine Tribute; Def Poetry Jam; Symposium  on Reparations; Black Spurs: The Musical; BIPOC Play Reading Series; Natural Woman: An  Aretha Story; Clean Sheets; Mother's Day Brunch/Concert Doo-Wop with the (T.S.T.) The  Spinners Tribute; The Heartbeats; and The Miracles. 

About the Black Spectrum Theatre Company  

The Black Spectrum Theatre Company is a unique multi-award-winning and multifaceted  performing arts and media company based in Queens, New York in its 53rd year of operations.  It has and continues to train actors and produces seven main stage productions each season along with play reading series, film premieres, annual concerts, festivals. The company offers a  subscription to see all plays for free and concerts at discounted rates. The space is also  utilized for fundraisers, rentals, and vendors. Additional programs include the Entertainment  Careers After-School Program (ECAP), which prepares more than 300 students for their dream  destinations. Executive producer, Carl Clay, says the mission is to produce stories that capture  the Black experience, both past and present. For more information, contact our office at 718- 723-1800; visit our website at; and follow us on Instagram, Facebook,  and Twitter.

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