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BRYAN TERRELL CLARK, actor and singer, recently played Washington in Hamilton
November 10 / 7:00 pm EST
Bryan Terrell Clark is an accomplished actor and singer/songwriter who has performed in hugely successful Broadway shows and a wide range of popular television programming for various networks.
In 2019, Clark reprised his role as George Washington in the record-breaking Broadway hit, Hamilton. He made his Broadway debut playing Marvin Gaye in Motown: The Musical, which received a 2014 Grammy Award nomination for “Best Musical Theater Album.”
Most recently, Clark appeared in Ava DuVernay’s 2020 Peabody Award-winning Netflix mini-series When They See Us. As a singer, songwriter and producer, he was co-writer on Mary J. Blige’s “Irreversible” for the album My Life II” and has performed with such artists as Maxwell, Brandy, Ne-Yo, Anita Baker, Michael Bublé and many others.
He also is co-founder of inDEFINED, an initiative that inspires and teaches young people to use their voices to erase constrictive labels in our society. He is the recipient of the 2018 Voice for Social Justice Award from Rutgers University, the 2019 Gallery of Success Award from Temple University, and HELP USA’s 2019 “Help Hero Award” for volunteerism and his ongoing commitment to social change and activism.
He graduated from the Yale School of Drama and Temple University and currently lives in Los Angeles.
Register for this free event below, and join the conversation with Clark as he discusses issues of racial injustices in the theatrical community and his thoughts on the current #CancelHamilton campaign.
Moderated by Ann Shanahan
Chair and Associate Professor, Rueff School of Design, Art, and Performance at Purdue University
For more information on Ann Shanahan, please check here.
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