2/19/2007

Theater of the Absurd...

If and when we get serious about housing issues here in Buffalo, NY perhaps we'll do something about stuff like this.

349 Masten has been owned by the City of Buffalo since October 2005. Long time. The front door has been open for weeks. It sits directly across the street from the Paul Robeson Theater and African American Cultural Center at 350 Masten Avenue.

You still have a chance to see Mule Bone at the Paul Robeson Theatre. Here's the review from The Buffalo Criterion.
The Paul Robeson Theatre production for Black History Month 2007 is a definitive American farce – and the historic last collaboration of brilliant folklorist Zora Neale Hurston and genius poet Langston Hughes. Mule Bone – a Comedy of Negro Life premieres Friday, February 2 and runs through Sunday, February 25, 2007 at the Paul Robeson Theatre at the African American Cultural Center, 350 Masten Avenue in Buffalo, NY. read the rest...
Only theater in Buffalo with an abandoned and vacant City owned house directly across the street. Oh...that's Follow-Thru School across the street.
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2 comments:

gabe said...

A great candidate for immediate demolition.

Michele J said...

Livable Communities HA HA!