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Thinking Forward Lecture Series

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  • Sat, Mar 23, 2019 2:30 PM-4:30 PM
Guild Hall
158 Main Street
East Hampton
THINKING FORWARD LECTURE SERIES 2019 “Straight Talk, Real People” A dialog about growing up on the East End, Race, Entrepreneurship and Mentoring with Charnele Brown, moderated by Lynn Sherr Presented by the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center in partnership with Guild Hall in their John Drew Theater Charnele Brown is a home grown native of East Hampton. Best known for her portrayal of Kim Reese, the pre-med student on the hit NBC sitcom A DIFFERENT WORLD. She was also one of the first African Americans in the hit Broadway musical SARAFINA, which was nominated for a Tony Award. She’s done numerous off-Broadway plays, as well as cabaret in NYC and toured with the musical HEAVEN’S CHILD, The Emmet Till Story, with Regina Bell. Charnele’s film credits include: SPIKE LEE’S DROP SQUAD, THE KANGEROO and TENDRILS, which won 9 indie awards. She has appeared on numerous hit sitcoms: GIRLFRIENDS, MY WIFE AND KIDS, LIVING SINGLE, OLIVER BEENE, MARTIN. She has spearheaded an acting workshop at THE CHALLENGER MEMORIAL CORRECTIONAL FACILITY: offering young adults an opportunity to develop skills and possibly another way out of the life of gangs. Charnele assisted in creating an acting workshop at A PLACE CALLED HOME. She founded THE CHARNELE BROWN ACTING ACADEMY. LYNN SHERR will be the moderator. She is an American broadcast journalist and author, best known as a correspondent for the ABC news magazine 20/20 and a long-time journalist for ABC. Lynn is a long time East End resident. All our lectures are free. Tickets can be reserved at Guild Hall https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/1004269 or by calling the box office 631-324-4050
contact information:
Debra McEneaney
(631) 324-4050
registration information:
Registration: Sat, Jan 05, 2019 to Sat, Mar 23, 2019
Contact: Guild Hall
Email: mcsanzo@hopeworksltd.com
Phone: 631 324-4050
URL: http://www.bhccrc.org