An Evening with Dr. Clemmons
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He made history as Officer Clemmons on the award-winning PBS television series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Herald as the first African American actor to have a recurring role on a U.S. television program, his many accomplishments make him a Renaissance man of the highest order. He is a Grammy Award-winning opera singer, founder of the Harlem Spiritual Ensemble, emeritus artist in residence at Middlebury College, actor, composer, arranger, playwright, activist, mentor—and with the publication of Officer Clemmons: A Memoir, he now adds author to the list. Join host Jane Lindholm for an in-depth interview with Dr. Clemmons, who will read an excerpt from his memoir, answer audience questions, and and conduct a virtual book signing.
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An Evening with Francois Clemmons
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