In New York City stories lie buried all around us. Indeed, right in the center of New York City, in the idyllic confines of Central Park, lie the ghostly traces of a once-vibrant community: Seneca Village. Seneca Village and the Making of Central Park is a journey into one of Manhattan’s earliest communities of African-American property owners. Archeologist Cynthia Copeland, choreographer Jennifer Newman, and composer Justin Hicks paint a celebratory and reverent picture of the lives lived by the people no longer here to tell their story. 75 minutes. Suitable for ages 10 and up.