Come master your peace! Hosted by Angelique Francis with art instruction by celebrity artist — Alvin Clayton! Come and discover your creative power thru an “attitude of gratitude”! Men, women and teens 16+ welcomed. This event will sell out, so book early! RSVP and Pay via Pay pal. Event Cost: $50 includes all art supplies, instruction, wine and small bites! RSVP and PayPal.me/
by 11/18 to reserve your spot! Bring friends, families or a date.
Art Night at A &F debuts Jan. 2017. @InTheSweetSpot
About Angelique Francis
Angelique Francis has appeared in front of the camera, onstage and worked extensively in nearly every aspect of theater production including producer, director, writer, stage manager, and casting director. She received her formal education in communications and media from Cal. State University, Northridge, NYU Film Program and Purchase College.
Angelique has appeared in over twenty productions, three feature films, over two dozen commercials and several guest appearances on network shows. She was a regular on NBC’s Days of Our Lives for four years and held a recurring role on CBS’s The Bold & the Beautiful.
Angelique also stage-managed shows with legendary artists such as Quincy Jones, Stevie Wonder and Patti Labelle, while working in iconic LA venues including the Shrine Auditorium, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, The Wiltern Theater and The Rose Bowl.
Dissatisfied with the limited roles and impact of being on-camera, she re-focused her sights on creating a holistic production and training entity, B.Loved Productions. She began teaching the art of developing scripts, producing and directing for B.Loved Entertainment, which focuses on “impact media” and “playing it forward”. Leading a team of writers, she wrote, directed and produced the musical hit “Judah Box” on the west coast and her play, “Sweet Spot, the musical” was co-produced and work-shopped with the Apollo Theater and has recently been adapted for television. Other plays include “The Third Day”, “Comedy Capers” and “The Gift”. In addition, she developed a program to teach theatre to multicultural youth through a collaboration of New Rochelle schools and the Boys and Girls Club to celebrate black history month for three consecutive years.