ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Only $15 Sept. 15, 2008 to Oct. 15, 2008
November 6-9, 2008
AMERICAN THEATRE OF ACTORS
314 W. 54th Street (54th & 8th Avenue)
Experience art that defies musical and theatrical
classification. With blends of urban and traditional music
styles, Constructing a Masterpiece channels the exuberance
and diversity of New York City's multicultural landscape.
"A young Duke Ellington of our times, William B. Johnson
composes/arranges with an unrivaled command of musical
experimentation and alternative instrumentation. The way
Ellington used the piano, Johnson allows his virtuosity as
a percussionist to lead his ensemble in a performance of
un-categorical compositions." Johnson successfully combines
horns, strings, side bass drums and traditional African
instruments with the buckets in a cohesive ensemble that
appeals to listeners from Blue Grass to World Beat.
Dates: Thursday - Saturday @ 8pm
Matinee: Saturday & Sunday @ 3pm
Doors open 30 Min before Show
Tickets: Advanced Tickets: $15 (Sept. 15 - Oct. 15)
General Admission: $25.00
Senior / Students: $20 with ID @ Door
Children 12 & Under: $15 @ Door
Tickets are available at www.TheaterMania.com or
For additional information & group sales: Visit
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-733-3789.
"Constructing a Mastepiece" is a musical workshop of
William B. Johnson's "New York Is..."American Culture
Defined" project.This presentation is made possible in part
with public funds from the Fund for Creative Communities,
supported by the New York State Council on the Arts and
administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
Support for the commissioning and development of New York
Is"American Culture Defined" has been provided through the
HARLEM STAGE Fund for New Work, which has received support
from the Jerome Foundation.