Actress Terri J. Vaughn, best known for her role as teacher Lovita Jenkins on The Steve Harvey Show, along with Business Manager and Attorney Shannon K. Nash, Film Producer Roger Bobb and retired NBA Player Adonal Foyle (not pictured) have opened The Green Room, a specialty theatrical bookstore and performance space nestled in the Buckhead section of Atlanta, also known as SoBu (South Buckhead). The opening was celebrated with their spouses and Vaughn’s mother and sister, as well as a whole slew of musicians and actors.

A number of A-list celebrities walked the green carpet to the Green Room, including Jasmine Guy, Angie Stone and Malinda Williams.

Tommy Ford and Clifton Powell catching up.

Angie Stone sang Wish I Didn’t Miss You Anymore and Brotha with the help of JaQuitta Willams of CBS Atlanta and Diamond Stone, her daughter.

3 members of Soul 4 Real brought us back to the ’90s with Candy Rain and Every Little Thing I Do.

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed showed up and gave a few words.

Anthony David also blessed the mic.

The Green Room offers performers, newcomers and experienced, the opportunity to have a relaxed spot to network with other artists as well as enhance their craft. To check it out, head to 25-D Bennett Street, Atlanta, GA. Here are pictures from the event:

 

 

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