Wendell Pierce and Soledad O’Brien at Brooklyn Historical Society

c2a56fe1802170de379e3c69625ef6b3In celebration of Black History Month and the upcoming Billie Holiday Theatre production of “Brothers From The Bottom”, actor Wendell Pierce will sit down with award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien on Thursday, Feb. 19th at the Brooklyn Historical Society – 6:30pm for a conversation about his career, his starring role in the production of “Brothers” and the Oscar nominated film “Selma”.

Acclaimed actor Wendell Pierce (The Wire, Treme) will be appearing in Brothers from the Bottom at the Billie Holiday Theatre from March 6th through March 29th, joins us for an evening of conversation about this powerful play that looks at gentrification and the bond between brothers in New Orleans. Pierce will be in conversation with award-winning journalist, documentarian and producer Soledad O’Brien.

To find out more about “Brothers from the Bottom” and to purchase tickets to the play, click HERE. “Brothers from the Bottom” is presented by the Billie Holiday Theater at The Brooklyn Music School Playhouse, located at 126 St. Felix Street in Brooklyn.

Special Discount for BHS E-blast Readers!
For $5 off preview performances on Friday, March 6th at 8pm, Saturday March 7th at 3pm & 8pm, and Sunday, March 8th at 2pm, use the discount code BFTB. Offer valid on full priced General Admission tickets. Purchase your discounted tickets HERE.

The event promises to be very interesting and exciting.


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