Meet Icons of Hollywood in a Candid Conversation with Host Phylliss Bailey Brooks
You are cordially invited to An Intimate Evening with Ernie Hudson. Enjoy a quaint conversation with Ernie as he tells his story his way in an intimate candid conversation with friends.
Ernie Hudson is best known for his role as Winston Zeddemore in the Ghostbusters franchise. On television, his most prominent role was Warden Leo Glynn on HBO's Oz. Currently Ernie can be found in the NBC series “Quantum Leap” and the BET series “The Family Business.” From the Great White Hope to Leadbelly Ernie puts his all into his character and brings the screen and stage to life.
Here's your opportunity to get up close and personal enjoy a Q&A with Ernie at our Tuesday night biography series documenting the legacy of Inner City Cultural Center. Learn about your favorite actors television shows and films; talk about from theatre to films from auditions to acting from writing scripts to surviving Hollywood directly with your best-loved iconic figures and Alumni of Inner City Cultural Center.
Inner City Cultural Center II Inc. pays tribute to legends past and present on Tuesday nights while documenting the history of Inner City Cultural Center; the First Multicultural Performing Arts Institute in the County and The Greatest Performing Arts Institute of our Time.
Between the 60's and the early 80's most of the Actors of Color you saw on television passed through the doors of Inner City Cultural Center. A few alumni include Ernie Hudson, Glynn Turman, Phylliss Bailey Brooks, Denzel Washington, Ted Lange, Peggy Blow, Art Evans, Lorenz Tate, Phynjuar, Janet Jackson, Garret Davis, Mickey Stevenson, Michelle Thomas, Lynne & Tuesday Conner, Nobuko Miyamoto, Robert Hooks, Robert Ito, Ian Foxx, Malcolm Jamal-Warner, Carmen Zapata and about twelve members of the original cast of television show Star Trek including Officer Uhura/Nichelle Nichols, Helmsman/George Takei and Ursula Bryant as Starship Captain Scott...
There was also a beautiful wave of talented Behind-the-Scenes crew that keeps this cities Arts and Cultural running strong to this day...you just don't know their names; but I'm going to tell you in this monthly series as we document OUR HISTORY!
Every Alumni of Inner City Cultural Center is welcome to schedule an Intimate Evening with...for the documentation of YOU from Inner City Cultural Center to Now for the archives of the future C. Bernard Jackson Memorial Library.
I hope you can come meet Ernie chat with him ask him anything and please share this wonderful event with others especially those not on social media.
Tickets: $20-$50 which includes a pre-show Meet & Greet.
Showtime: 7:30pm / No Late Seating
*ARTISTS SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
Parking: The Parking Lot closest to the playhouse is where three streets merge...Warren Lane Stepney STREET and North Park Avenue all end at the Parking Lot entrance. The Playhouse is behind the playground. The park has several parking lots depending on the direction you arrive from.