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Actress and Civic Leader Brigita Clementi to Receive ArtsWorcester Award

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

 

Actress and civic leader Brigita Clementi will be the recipient of this year's ArtsWorcester Award. The award is given every year to an individual who has made exceptional contributions to the artistic and cultural life of this city. 

Clementi is the founder of Stageworks Company and has been active in theatre groups in Northern Worcester County for the past 40 years. Clementi has also been part of the Stratton Players, Theater at the Mount, the New England Theater Company, and New Players Theatre Guilld.  Clementi also starred in the 2013 Berlin Theatre Company production of The Women of Lockerbie.  

For two decades, Clementi served as a member of the board of ArtsWorcester - serving two terms as Board President.

As a civic leader, Clementi served as a Corporator of the Worcester Art Museum, on its Members Council of the Worcester Art Museum, as a Corporator and Co-Chair of its Centennial Celebration in 1998.  She was also a Director of AIDS Project Worcester and the Bancroft School and she chaired a committee to advocate for professional theater in downtown Worcester.

Clementi will be honored at ArtsWorcester's Annual Meeting, Friday, September 11, 6:00 PM, at 660 Main Street.  The meeting, which will be followed by the opening of ArtsWorcester's first exhibitions of the season, is open and free to all. Free parking is available that evening in the lots belonging to the Freemasons, at Ionic and Beacon Street (do not park in the gravel lot across the street). 

 

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