Motown In Midtown
Saint Petersburg, FL
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
In Touch With Communities Around The World Presents: MOTOWN ‘N MIDTOWN. A celebration that commemorates America’s Soul Music that was made popular under the leadership of Motown Records’ Founder/CEO Berry Gordy Jr. and Business Partner, Smokey Robinson. These two gentlemen took their existing resources and contributed to America’s culture in ways that had not been done before. Gordy, Robinson, and their team gave hope, opportunity, inspiration, and love not only to the African American community, but to the world.
MOTOWN ‘N MIDTOWN will take its audience on a journey that tells the story of Berry Gordy Jr. leaving the assembly line at Ford Motors, to launch his own business that would later launch the careers of many greats, such as Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, Jackson 5, Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Temptations and many others.
The production is a state-of-the art production that is slated for November 29th & 30th, 2012. It is an opportunity for both seasoned and aspiring talent to showcase and celebrate major contributor to America’s Pop Music history.
The Gardens @ Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum
2240 9th Avenue South
A.C.T. Arts Conservatory for Teens
A.C.T. (Arts Conservatory for Teens) is a 501(c)(3) organization that provides comprehensive and innovative after school and summer arts education programs that uniquely attract and inspire teens and youths. Our arts activities offer a proven alternative for at-risk teens and youths empowering them to overcome challenges and help them achieve success in school and life. Our programs prepare teenagers for high school graduation and college, by offering academic support, arts education and training, theatrical productions, career development, healthy living, and leadership development activities with on-going mentoring relationships that increase confidence and encourage success in all areas of their lives.
ACT is education to graduate youths from high school and enroll them into an higher education institution.