Christal Brown throws a party with a purpose
MIDDLEBURY — Christal Brown is a choreographer, educator, performer, writer, activist, chair of the dance department at Middlebury College and creator of INSPIRIT dance. Brown is also about to turn 40 years old.
In keeping with her generous spirit and love of community, she decided to celebrate this milestone in a different way: a party with a purpose. On Saturday, Nov. 17, Brown is inviting everyone to celebrate her 40th birthday at Town Hall Theater. This party with a purpose is an opportunity to celebrate her 40th birthday, but also to give back to the community in a tangible way. All proceeds will go to fund scholarships and flooring for Dance Xplorations at the Middlebury Recreation Center.
The night will include performances by The Dough Boys and D.J. Rodney Adams. Brown is internationally known as an outrageously good dancer, but she will be making her singing debut in front of a live audience with The Evolution Dance Crew and the Monday Night Mavens. Admission includes catering by Local Source. There will be a cash bar for added refreshment. Families with mature teens should feel welcome to party as a family.
Come join the party at Town Hall Theater this Saturday, from 8p.m. to midnight. Tickets are $20 general admission, $60 date night admission (includes two adults and childcare or one adult and two childcare slots). There are only 20 childcare slots available — first come first served. Buying tickets in advance is a good idea — visit townhalltheater.org, call (802) 382-9222, visit the THT box office, or wait to see what’s available at the door.