Harlem Stage

A stage with musicians and a performer

Established in 1983, The Frances Davis / Harlem Stage Arts Education Program is rooted in the belief that arts education helps to develop a young person’s creativity. The program aids in the development of a positive self-image, problem-solving and team-building skills, plus fosters respect for ethnic and cultural diversity. Each year, their teaching artists engage hundreds of A. Philip Randolph High School students, who lack access to live performances and attend a school that does not have sufficient funding for arts education.