38 min

The Apollo HBO Docs Club

    • Film Interviews

The Apollo is a documentary that explores the historical and cultural significance of Harlem’s landmark theater of  the same name. Brittany and Ronald unpack some of the  most memorable performances highlighted in the film and discuss the role the Apollo has played in Black culture writ large. They also  have an engaging conversation  with the film’s director, Roger Ross Williams, and Kamilah Forbes the Apollo Theater’s creative head who directed the stage production of Ta-Nehisi Coates' “Between the World and Me” and is featured in the documentary.
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The Apollo is a documentary that explores the historical and cultural significance of Harlem’s landmark theater of  the same name. Brittany and Ronald unpack some of the  most memorable performances highlighted in the film and discuss the role the Apollo has played in Black culture writ large. They also  have an engaging conversation  with the film’s director, Roger Ross Williams, and Kamilah Forbes the Apollo Theater’s creative head who directed the stage production of Ta-Nehisi Coates' “Between the World and Me” and is featured in the documentary.
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

38 min