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The African American Cultural Center is excited and proud to be part of Together As One in 2024, led by the Buffalo African American Museum! Join us on free, weekly bus tours in February to explore local Black history, limited spots available!

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The Polish Cleaning Lady's Daughter - March 8th - 24th Premiere

By Paula Wachowiak

When: Fridays - Saturdays 7:30p.m. Sundays 4:00 p.m

Cost: (Tickets $25 General , $20 Seniors, $10 Students w/ID)

Now, from its reading at New Phoenix Theatre ( thank you so much, Richard A. Lambert ) to its hitting the stage at the African American Cultural Center's Paul Robeson Theatre -As part of the mission to bring understanding and realization of the commonality, we all share, we are brought into the world of a Buffalo Polish American family through the eyes of one of the daughters. Featuring Paula Wachowiak. 


African American Cultural Center's Paul Robeson Theatre, 350 Masten Ave. Buffalo, NY , (716) 884-2013

Harriet Tubman Speaks

When: Feb. 17th, Sat. at 5pm & Feb. 18th, Sun. at 4pm. 

Cost: Free (Donations Gratefully Accepted).


Written by & featuring Cathy Robinson , The Union ( Leslie Gardner & Simone Appleby ),  DeAnna Burgess as Young Harriet Tubman.Tammy S. Martin,  Nicholas Price  (passengers) & others. Now an Elder settled in Auburn, NY Harriet shares her thoughts, reflecting on the past, present & future 

A Pitch From Satchel Paige - April 5th- 29th Premiere By Loren Keller & James Keller 

When: Fridays-Saturdays 7:30p.m. Sundays 4:00p.m.
Cost: (Tickets $25 General , $20 Seniors, $10 Students w/ID)

Satchel shares his own story from growing up, playing in the phenomenal Negro League & ultimately the Majors. Perseverance lived. 

Featuring Roosevelt Tidwell III & Russell C Holt ,  performing alternate weekends with Tidwell first & third weekends & Holt second & fourth.

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