Happy Hour with Camille A. Brown at Gallim Dance
HAPPY HOUR with Camille A. Brown
Tuesday, June 18th | 6:30-8PM
Join Gallim for Happy Hour with Camille A. Brown, who will take a seat with Andrea Miller and share (fingers crossed) juicy life stories. Come with questions and stay for wine!
FREE with RSVP! ---> http://bit.ly/HappyHourCamille
About Camille A. Brown
CAMILLE A. BROWN is a Ford Foundation Art of Change Fellow, Audelco Award recipient, four-time Princess Grace Award winner, Guggenheim Fellow, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award recipient, USA Jay Franke & David Herro Fellow, TED Fellow, and Doris Duke Artist Award recipient.
Her Bessie award winning company, Camille A. Brown & Dancers (CABD), tours nationally and internationally. CABD is now featured on Google Arts & Culture.
Broadway and Off-Broadway theater & television credits include: Tony Award-Winning Broadway revival, Once On This Island (Drama Desk, Outer Critics, and Chita Rivera Nominations), Emmy Award- Winning Jesus Christ Superstar Live on NBC, Broadway’s A Streetcar Named Desire, Tarell Alvin McCraney’s CHOIR BOY, The Fortress of Solitude (Lortel Nomination), and BELLA: An American Tall Tale (Lortel Nomination), among others.
Her TED-Ed talk, A Visual History of Social Dance in 25 Moves, has over 15 million views on Facebook.
Ms. Brown is the Choreographer for Magic Mike The Musical, TONI STONE, Much Ado About Nothing, ONCE, and The Metropolitan Opera’s Porgy & Bess.
HAPPY HOUR (New Program):
Toast the end of the work day at Gallim! Catch up on the latest in the dance world with a glass of wine and your hosts, Artistic Director Andrea Miller and the Gallim dancers. This series of interviews will delve into the field, life as an artist, and the perspectives of today’s top influencers.
Stay tuned for more Happy Hour on July 17th!
A special thank you to Olivino Wines for their generous support of this program.
Photo by: Whitney Browne
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