Mr. Kwei-Armah will address the audience and then take part in a panel discussion with local community activists from the education, social justice, and arts communities. The evening will end with a question-and-answer session with the audience. The panelists will also include Doreen Bolger, Director of the Baltimore Museum of Art; Bashi Rose, Playwright, Director, and Co-founder of Nommo Theatre; and Debra Rubino, Director of Strategic Communications at OSI-Baltimore. Marc Steiner of WEAA Radio will moderate.
Kwei-Armah is a playwright, arts advocate, community activist, actor, and recording artist. His play, Elmina's Kitchen, was produced at Centerstage in the 2004-2005- Season, and his play Let There Be Love is currently being presented through March 7.For more information, visit www.centerstage.org.