Karamu House,located in Cleveland's Fairfax neighborhood, is the oldest African-American theater in the United States. Founded in 1915, it has been the launching site for such diverse actors and playwrights as Langston Hughes, Ruby Dee, Robert Guillaume, and countless others. In addition to its theater, Karamu runs a day care facility and cultural arts classes for all age groups. Past Karamu productions include several works by Cleveland playwright, Langston Hughes as well as work by Zora Neale Hurston and Lorraine Hansberry. Actors who have honed their skills at Karamu include Ruby Dee and Robert Guillaume.
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