Friday, August 15, 2008
Broadway Star Bernard J. Marsh draws hundreds of Book Lovers at GREAT WHITE WAY/GREATWHITE LIES
New York, New York - On Thursday, August 14, 2008 Broadway Star Bernard J. Marsh launched his new book GREAT WHITE WAY/GREATWHITE LIES at Two Steps Down Restaurant 240 Dekalb Ave. Brooklyn, New York, 11205. The atmosphere at the book signing was very festive and the book was well received by all the attendees.
About: Bernard J. Marsh
Mr. Marsh is the third generation of performer and fifth generation, Brooklynite. He is a veteran of stage, screen and television. He has appeared on Broadway in “Eubie”, “The Tap Dance Kid”, and Bob Fosse’s “Big Deal’. In the films, “The Cotton Club” directed by Francis Ford Coppola and Spike Lee’s “Malcolm X”. The television version of, “Eubie” and TV Soaps and commercials. In addition he has appeared in many regional and national productions of “Aint Misbehavin”, “My One And Only”, “Fences” and “I'm Not Rappaport”. Plus, he has appeared in many international productions in Europe and Asia. Mr. Marsh has also directed and choreographed nationally and internationally. In addition he was also a dance teacher of Tap and Jazz for many years. He is also co-writer; director and choreographer of the musical play “Chitlin’ Circuit”. Mr. Marsh holds a bachelors degree in Theatre and Labor Relations, bestow upon him by The State University of New York. He teaches a class for senior citizens entitled, “Acting as Therapy for Senior Citizens” in Brooklyn, N. Y. He is a founder and resident director for “The Living Theatre” of The African Atlantic Genealogy Society in Hempstead, Long Island. A founding member of the Macon Street Library branch of A.A.G.S. in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York. At present he is the author of the book “Great White Way / Great White Lies/ A Lie Can't Live Forever”.
Forward By - Lee Chamberlin
Excerpt: Mr. Marsh's treatise concerns in the role race plays in the American theatre and explores the moral and legal questions submitted to New York City's Broadway theatre community and the Actor's Equity Union about casting criteria.
The Author of "Great White Way/Great White Lies" presents the positions of the parties involved for you to examine and ask you to consider the role race should or should not play in the narration of the American Experience portrayed on America's Stages. His story makes for a fascinating journey.
"Bernard Marsh espouses rock steady courage to question and assess challenging issues of racism existing in the theatrical performance arena. Many theatrical performers can be empowered by reading and build on a vision for maintaining multicultural theatrical performances on the New York Broadway stage"
Dr. Juollie Carroll
Professor, Medgar Evers College
Taking his material from memoirs, letters, and personal experience, Mr. Marsh has given us unprecedented insight on the struggle, intrigue and deception of "a life on the stage."
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