Saturday the Mack Performing Arts Collective, Inc. (MPAC) in conjunction with The Sports & Entertainment Law Society of Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University presented the Black MPAC 2014 Actors Workshop and Panel.
This year’s 3rd Annual workshop featured acclaimed actress Wendy Raquel Robinson; best known for her roles as Tasha Mack in “The Game”, Principal Regina Grier in “The Steve Harvey Show” and a countless number of roles on television, stage and screen.
Founded by Entertainment Attorney Jalene Mack, MPAC was created to give back to the community, expand the growth of the performing arts industry, and make dreams come true. Since its inception, MPAC has been able to make an impact by providing performing arts related classes and workshops to unexposed or underexposed children and adults of all ages with their annual Actors Workshop and Panel. “Our mission is to cultivate the interest of Performing Arts by exposing, educating and entertaining our youth and young adults,” states Jalene Mack. “We make an impact by providing free passes to our programs including education workshops, business panel discussions, and performances throughout the year to very deserving teens and young adults who may not otherwise have access to such resources due to financial restraints or other matters that may impede their interest in the arts”.
A reception for MPAC was held Saturday evening where dozens of people turned out.
Here are some of the pictures snapped by the Factor!