Events by EventfulA Conversation with Charles Fuller
The African American Cultural Center of the Capital Region is honored to host "A Conversation with Pulitzer Prize winner of A Soldier’s Play, Charles Fuller". The evening’s events will include scenes from "A Soldier’s Play", a conversation with Mr. Fuller, and an awards presentation.
A native son of the City of Brotherly Love, Charles Fuller’s distinguished career began with working the Henry Street Settlement and the Negro Ensemble Company. After achieving critical success with The Village: A Party and the Obie Winner Zooman and the Sign, Mr. Fuller received accolades for A Soldier’s Play produced by the Negro Ensemble Company in 1981. Mr. Fuller went to adapt the work into a screenplay for the award winning film A Soldier’s Story, starring Denzel Washington.
The AACCCR is a nonprofit organization committed to educating, enriching and empowering residents of the Capital Region through a variety of educational, cultural and artistic activities and events that promote awareness and raise the collective consciousness of all ethnicities to the rich and vibrant history, contribution, and culture of African Americans.
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