The Apollo goes international

Adams, R.
February 1991
Black Enterprise;Feb1991, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p20
Announces that Inner City Broadcasting Corp., parent company of the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, is now exporting some of the Apollo legend to Japan. Includes a brief overview of the agreement made with Nichii Co. Ltd. to redesign a performing arts theater in metropolitan Tokyo and license it under the name of Apollo.


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