A Streetcar Named Desire Choreographer Camille A. Brown
Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

Anyone familiar with playwright Tennessee Williams‘ 1947 play, A Streetcar Named Desire, knows that the city of New Orleans and its diverse culture plays an equal role in the production as the characters on stage. With actors Blair Underwood, Nicole Ari Parker and Wood Harris starring in the new Broadway production, it was award-winning choreographer Camille A. Brown who was responsible for making sure the spirit of Louisiana was present. Orchestrating the cast’s New Orleans second line professional, Brown speaks with BlackEnterprise.com about her passion for dance and her excitement of working on Streetcar.

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Anslem Samuel, Senior Producer, has been a culture critic and entertainment journalist for over 10 years. After a four-year stint as Culture Editor at The Source, the New York native became the founding Editor-in-Chief of The Ave, an independent quarterly publication that combined entertainment, social issues and politics. From there, he served as the Senior Editor for XXL magazine for three years before moving up the ranks to Digital Content Director for XXLMag.com. Also heading up an award-winning relationship blog, he now brings his lifestyle expertise to BlackEnterprise.com

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