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Roscoe Orman in “12 Angry Men”

We’re proud to announce that our friend and client Roscoe Orman is back for an extended run of “12 Angry Men”.

The Center for Arts & Culture at Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation in partnership with The New Press present: 12 Angry Men: Theatrical Presentation – It launches the 2015-2016 Billie Holiday Theatre Season: Saturday | November 14, 2015 | 8PM Sunday | November 15, 2015 | 2PM & 7PM Monday | November 16, 2015 | 8PM Tuesday | November 17, 2015 | 8PM Wednesday | November 18, 2015 | 8PM Thursday | November 19, 2015 | 8PM Friday | November 20, 2015 | 8PM.

12 Angry Men is urgent, moving, and timely, revealing some pointed truths about our nation. A collective of renowned actors will represent a dozen African-American men from across the United States and their personal stories of being racially profiled. The reading includes original projections by renowned artist and graphic designer Hollis King. This event is part of Project Protest: The Art of Revolution, an initiative by The Center for Arts & Culture at Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, which takes an unflinching look at how people and communities of African descent have responded to issues of inequality and social injustice through protests. The Center for Arts & Culture promotes the rich legacy of the African and Caribbean Diaspora, while using the arts as a vehicle for creative place-making and community enrichment. There will be a pre-show lobby conversation before each performance, for matinee from 12:30pm to 1:30PM, for evening 7PM performance from 5:30PM to 6:30PM, and for evening 8PM performances from 6:30PM to 7:30PM.

Book Roscoe Orman as keynote speaker for your next event.  You won’t regret it.  Contact  #bookingconnection #roscoeorman #12angrymen.

12 Angry Men

Outstanding Consumer Speaker

Janice lecture 10-28-14

Looking for a speaker with hands on consumer ideas your attendees can take home … as well as a photo with a Today Show Correspondent?

Then you want Janice Lieberman, the featured consumer reporter on NBC’s Today Show.  A Skilled journalist, author and contributor, Janice has vast experience reporting for CNBC, NBC, and ABC, having dedicated her career to investigating and reporting on consumer products.

In 1999, Janice joined NBC and has since acted as the Consumer Reporter for The Today Show. Janice is formerly a contributing Editor for Reader’s Digest with her column, “Here’s the Deal.”  Additionally, Janice serves as an expert contributor to the Fine Living Network offering consumer tips to its viewers. She has hosted two of their shows, Stop You’re Paying Too Much! and Money Magazine’s Tips for Couples.

Prior to her work on The Today Show, she was the consumer reporter for Good Morning America and was host of CNBC’s Steals and Deals, a nightly investigative consumer finance show.

In addition to working as a consumer reporter, Janice has authored two books, Tricks of the Trade: A Consumer Survival Guide and How to Shop for a Husband. Mrs. Lieberman has appeared as a contributor on Oprah, Montel and Leeza. She has written articles for Redbook, Fit Pregnancy and Lifestyle magazines and has blogged for MSNBC and ivillage. In her earlier reporting days, Janice was an anchor and reporter with WIVB-TV in Buffalo, and worked as a researcher for WCBS-TV in New York and ABC News.

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Exceptional Holiday Entertainment

As we get into summer, even though it’s hot now, you may be planning your Christmas holiday show.  If so, here’s some absolutely unique entertainment.

A Very British Invasion Christmas combines the hits of Joey Molland of Badfinger, Terry Sylvester of The Hollies and Denny Laine of The Moody Blues and Wings with the trio’s favorite British holiday songs and carols.

This outstanding entertainment will have your audience dancing in the aisles to the hits and singing along with the holiday tunes.

Contact for more information.  You can also go to to see other entertainers and speakers we work with.

#JoeyMolland, #Badfinger, #TerrySylvester, #Hollies, #DennyLaine, #MoodyBlues, #PaulMcCartneyWings.



Legendary Entertainers

As we go into the Memorial Day Weekend we thought we would list the Top 7 Rock/Country Stars who served in the United States Military.  They are in no particular order.

Johnny Cash served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War and spent most of his career in Germany. He bought his first guitar at a pawn shop in Germany and taught himself to play during his free time at the base.

B.B. King In Concert At B.B. King's Blues Club At The Mirage

B.B. King enlisted in the military at age 18 while working in the cotton fields in Mississippi. But he couldn’t serve his country, a fact he has always regrets, because cotton field owners made a deal with the military to keep their field hands from being deployed.

Jimi Hendrix was given the choice to serve his country or to go to prison in 1961 after being caught stealing cars.  He picked the military and was stationed in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. According to those in charge they let him go after a year because he wasn’t the world’s best soldier.

Elvis Presley - skinny

Elvis Presley spent two years in the active military and four years in the reserves and spent most of his time in Germany. He was given the option to be on a special force that is in charge of entertaining the troops but he chose to enter the standard army – which impressed many of his fans and peers.

Jerry Garcia joined the military as punishment for stealing his mother’s car and smuggled his guitar in with him. He spent most of his free time playing and working on his guitar skills and left after 9 short months.

Ray Manzarek of the Doors spent time in the forces stationed in Thailand when his initial stab at law school wasn’t to his liking. He spent a lot of time entertaining the troops playing keyboards. Rumor has it he was discharged he told the base shrink he thought he was turning gay.

Kris Kristofferson was an Army Ranger and Helicopter Pilot, Kristofferson reached the rank of Captain and was offered an Instructor job at West Point- but turned it down.

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