Interviews with What's The 411's A Salute to Black Broadway Honorees
What's The 411 Networks held its launch party on Monday, June 4, 2012, to celebrate the re-launch of its website and television show. The launch party's theme, A Salute to Black Broadway, honored Alia Jones-Harvey, Producer, Front Row Productions ("A Street Car Named Desire" and "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"); Kevin-Anthony and Sean Hollingsworth, Founders, B2 Productions ("Black 2: Broadway); Marcia Pendelton, Founder and President, Walk Tall Girl Productions; and Jesse Wooden, Jr., Director, The MAAFA Suite, and Black Nativity.
The interviews were conducted by What's The 411 correspondents: Barbara Bullard, Andrew Rosario, Crystal Henderson, and Kizzy Cox.
A Salute to Black Broadway benefited the George H. Murray Preparatory Academy, a small independent K - Grade 8 private school in the heart of the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, NY.
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