New Harlem Productions
New Harlem Productions is an intercultural, interdisciplinary organization creating work which advances our craft, elevates our allies and engages with our communities. Priorities for programming and collaboration include good stories, new stories, true stories, life altering experiences. NHP's practises are based on principles of humanity, joyfulness and solidarity.
New Harlem was founded in 2005 by artistic director DM St. Bernard and later acquired an advisory committee to contribute to artistic and administrative decisions. The company’s work has been presented at University of Toronto’s Festival of Original Theatre, Mayworks Festival, Springworks Festival, Bayimba International Arts Festival, Kendu Hearth, and others.
Theatre Production History
- The Hours That Remain by Keith Barker (co-production with Gwaandak Theatre)
- The Hours That Remain by Keith Barker (co-production with Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company)
- Cake by DM St. Bernard
- A Song For Tomorrow by Christina Wong (co-production with Eventual Ashes)
- Gas Girls by DM St. Bernard
- Job’s Wife by Yvette Nolan