WILLIE D. BROWN

Playwright | Director | Producer

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Genre:  

Gospel Stage Plays, Television

 

Companies:  

WDB Professional Theatrical

Touring Company

From:  

East Saint Louis, IL

 

Website: 

www.welcometothefaithhouse.com

ABOUT WILLIE

Pastor Willie D. Brown is the CEO/Founder and Writer-Director-Producer of WDB Professional Theatrical Touring Company (WDB), and Host/Producer of W.D.B. TEEN TALK TELEVISION. one of the hottest Teen Talk television shows in the Midwest. As Writer-Director-Producer of WDB Professional Theatrical Touring Company, his FIRST theatrical creation, "IT TAKES MORE THAN JUST SAYING NO!," garnered the prestigious Midwestern Gospel Announcer's Guild of the Gospel Music Workshop of America "Gospel Music Stage Play of the Year Award." Pastor WDB has written 6 additional national award winning "Hit" Gospel Stage Plays which have toured over 90 cities throughout America and counting while having performed before an audience of more than a quarter of million viewers. Pastor Brown is also the Founder and Senior Facilitator and Creator of the Pastor Willie D. Brown's Pre-Teen & Teen Etiquette Excellence Conference (EEC), which prepares and provides inner city youth extensive training on everything needed to excel, exceed and maximize their potential as productive and prepared young ladies and young men. Some of his other pro-youth and young adult initiative programs include: Boys 2 Men (B2M), Crunk for Christ (CFC) Youth Explosion, Gospel Apollo, Rapp'n with the Rev, and YOUTH QUAKE. In addition to his Senior Pastoral responsibilities which are his first priority and pure passion, he receives countless requests from abroad to serve as a Pre-Teen/Teen Youth Quake facilitator, conferences for Singles, Men, Adults, mentoring and television, radio and magazine appearances. He has served as the Religious Programming Director for W.E.S.L. TV-10, Host/Producer, the "hottest" Teen Talk show in the Midwest Charter Communications Cable market which encompasses a half million viewers weekly, WDB TEEN TALK TELEVISION, sponsored by the United Way, and served as the Host/Producer of the "original" "Brothers, Let's Talk About It!" a "live" call in talk show for mentoring and molding young males.