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Meet Vinnette Carroll, the First African-American Woman to Direct on Broadway

Lauderhill resident, Carroll Vinnette, made her mark in American theatre history.  Ms. Vinnette, an Emmy Award Winner,  brought African American-oriented musical theater to a wider public in the 1970’s. She was an actress, a playwright, and a director whose determination and motivation changed Broadway and paved the way for many to seek the arts as a profession.

Source: Face2FaceAfrica.com

Vinnette Carroll

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