By Kevin Clark-Beverly Hills
The NAACP Theater Awards was deserving of a larger platform, nevertheless with Icons such as Berry Gordy, Lou Gossett Jr. and a host of other thespians turned TV-Film who’s who the thousand or so in attendance saw the roots of Hollywood honored in authentic yet grand fashion. Below is my video capture (14 clips) from the Red Carpet to Berry Gordy’s acceptance speech.
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— Kevin Clark (@Homageusa) November 23, 2016
Here at the 26th Annual NAACP Theater Awards with my presenting partner, the legendary @LouisGossettJr. #NAACP pic.twitter.com/rSGj5Pz8f7
— Timon Kyle Durrett (@TimonKDurrett) November 22, 2016
https://t.co/4T1tYgZ8C7 @brettgelman … omg Brett Gelman is seriously a hero. Like… EVISCERATING *white people* with wisdom & truth!!
— Sam Hyde (@Night_0f_Fire) November 14, 2016
.@NadineEllis won best supporting actress for the @pcuffiejones play #LoveSoulDeep at #NAACPTheaterAwards!! I am a proud Exec. Producer! 🎭🏆 pic.twitter.com/yWPgUBJCwx
— Kenny Lattimore (@kennylattimore) November 22, 2016
Wonderful time last night @ the NAACP Theater Awards. #nickimicheaux #redcarpet #NAACPTHEATERAWARDS #datenight #Hollywood pic.twitter.com/tnz7L7KTxr
— nicki micheaux (@nickimicheaux) November 22, 2016
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— Culture (@sr_culture) January 23, 2016