Tribeca Performing Arts Center Welcomes Sandra Reaves-Phillips February 23-24 at 8PM


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Tribeca Performing Arts Center @ BMCC (199 Chambers Street) welcomes classic jazz and blues vocalist, Sandra Reaves-Phillips on February 23rd and February 24th at 8PM.

Sandra Reaves-Phillips amazing career began in the award winning musical “Raisin". She has performed in “Black and Blue," “One Mo' Time," “Rollin on the T.O.B.A," “Blues in the Night," and “Further More." Sandra has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and numerous venues abroad.

Her film credits include Round Midnight, where she played Buttercup and Lean on Me, where as Ms. Powers she sang the title song. Sandra's television appearances include Homicide, Another World, Law and Order, and Comedy Central. Sandra has received both Drama League and Audelco Awards.

Tickets to this explosive performance with a powerhouse that has been described as indomitable are $25.00 and for students and seniors only $15.00. To purchase tickets, call 212-220-1460.

Tribeca Performing Arts Center is the Borough of Manhattan Community College's resident performing arts center providing ethnically culturally diverse arts programs of high quality and educational value to the college community, Lower Manhattan, and the greater New York City area. Tribeca PAC is committed to supporting emerging artists in the creation of new works, and producing, and presenting thought provoking events for both young and adult audiences.

Critics are invited to attend.For more information or to reserve seats, call Shawyonia Pettigrew at 518-542-5288.

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