"Harlem Queen" an audio drama based on the life and times of "Numbers Queen" Madame Stephanie St. Clair during the Harlem Renaissance.
S2 EP4 - Discovered! (Season Finale)
THANK YOU! To our new patrons: Amara! Donald! Morris! Fran S.! Chris M.! Danielle C.! Sara N.! Your support is invaluable and helps to keep us going.
THANK YOU! To the best cast a hotsty totsy could ever ask for! Hugs and Kisses and Gratitude!
Michele returns and is discovered.
Gabrielle Adkins - Madame Stephanie St. Clair
Ukachi Arinzeh - Countee Cullen, Announcer
Ian Bell - Dutch Schultz, Charles DuPont, Reynolds
Journey Brown-Saintel - Shirley
D. Rubin Green - Floyd J. Calvin, WEB DuBois, Holstein
Melissa Green - Ruby Washington
Special Guest Appearance by Brandon Micheal Hall as Wallace Thurman
Steven Hylton - Bunky
Peter Killy - Lucky Luciano
Isaiah Mueller - Eugene Washington
Jocelyn O'Toole - Ida
Andrietta Sims - Mrs. Glover
Luke Slattery - Manos
Nina Smith - Yolande DuBois, Michele
Errickson Wilcox - Mayor Jimmy Walker
Special thanks to Emerald Toller
Harlem Queen's theme music was composed by Jason Moran
Sound Designer - Peter Kohl
Created, Produced and Written by Yhane Smith
S2 EP3 - Bailed!
Michele has to make her way back home. Eugene questions Holstein's motives. Wallace Thurman asks for Stephanie's patronage.
S2 EP2 - Busted!
Madame Stephanie St. Clair continues to pay a heavy price to search for Michele.
S2 EP1 - Kidnapped!
Madame Stephanie St. Clair searches for Michele.
Harlem Queen Season Two Trailer
We are excited to present to you season two of Harlem Queen!
S1 EP4 - Opportunity (Season Finale)
Stephanie strikes back.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Mood, music, & intrigue!
This show does something special, between the way it transports you to a different time, with music & mood as your guide, & constantly ratcheting up the intrigue along the way! The acting is out of this world & the sound design completely immerses you in the world. Listen now!
Harlem Queen -- No Longer Hidden!
Ever since I first saw Cicely Tyson birth Madame St Claire in "Hoodlum," I knew she belonged in the same conversations with Madame CJ Walker, Zora Neale Hurstons and other kick-ass Black women of that time. The strong writing, the immersive acting, THIS is the story I've been waiting for!
This story grabbed me from episode one and hasn’t let go. The mix of history and drama and action is perfect.