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Karamo Brown will take the Boch Center Shubert Theatre stage on March 23!
Karamo Brown, best known as the culture expert on Netflix’s Queer Eye, doesn’t just talk about culture, he defines it.
The beloved social worker turned television-host, now turned author comes live to your city with the release of his first book ‘Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing and Hope’. Karamo has re-imagined the role of culture to go beyond the ballet and museums. As an openly gay, black man, a single father, and an activist, Karamo challenges audience members to consider how their shared labels, burdens and experiences have shaped the way they feel about themselves; and how they relate to the world around them—for this is culture as defined by Karamo.
With a spirit of candor and an intention to inspire, Karamo will share insights from his life experiences. With sensitivity and encouragement, he will lead audience members through a conversation that broaches topics such as how to use your uniqueness to create success, how to leverage post-traumatic stress symptoms and creating awareness and change to make your mark in the world.
Audience members are encouraged to come prepared to participate in the healing and conversation—this is not a lecture. This is Karamo doing what he does best—applying lessons gained through adversity to touch, inspire and transform the lives of those in need.
Plan Your Evening
This restored 1500+ seat theatre; and considered Boston Theater District's "Little Princess", continues to be the home for many local community arts organizations. The Shubert Theatre also serves as a venue for the touring companies that present Broadway, theater, music, dance, and opera.