Harlem High School's drama department will present A Night of 3-D - divas, drama and dessert - at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Harlem High Theater.
First up are the "divas" of the Musical Theater class, who will sing a medley of melodies from popular Broadway shows. Afterward, there will be a short intermission with desserts available.
The evening concludes with N. Richard Nash's drama, The Rainmaker, which was made into a hit movie in 1956 starring Katherine Hepburn and Burt Lancaster. It also was made into a popular Broadway musical in 1963 called, 110 in the Shade.
The setting for the play is a small rural Southwestern town, suffering from both the Depression and a devastating drought. The play tells the story of a hot summer day in the life of Lizzie Curry.
Tickets cost $5, and no reservations are required. For more information, call (706) 556-5980, ext. 227.
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