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Causes: Arts & Culture, Arts, Culture & Humanities, Humanities, Public & Societal Benefit

Mission: The mission of The Brilliant Lecture Series - Conversations with Brilliance is to education, inspire, and increase public awareness within our community by providing a forum for interaction with national and international leaders, role models, philanthropists, artists, humanitarians and other prominent members of our society.

Programs: Brought edvin marton, betty buckley, robert duval, diane keaton, bette midler, and marcus lutrell to houston with approximately 13,425 people in attendance. There was also 9 shows of potted potter and 1 michael jackson tribute performance.

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Rating: 4

I've attended multiple lectures from the Brilliant Lecture Series, all of which have definitely been up to par. While Stephen Hawking caused a stir, it happens! I bought tickets to the Barry Manilow concert and surprise! It was canceled, because well, life happens. I think while everyone is so ramped up trying to create a "witch hunt" and burn someone at the stake, they are a non-profit that still put on a show, and from my personal experience, a pretty good one! People forget that they took their time, money and energy to fix this situation (even offered credit for a future production) and the show was NOT canceled! Yes, it was altered, but its a learning experience for them, i am sure. The video they showed was awesome, entertaining and hilarious, who knew Professor Hawking had such a funny bone! After the show, i heard many other patrons talk about how they were glad they decided to attend the production, and i think if you are truly a Stephen Hawking fan, you would want to attend to support him, not just to say you were in the same room as him...which is kind of creepy.

I applaud Brilliant Lectures for pulling themselves up by their boot straps and marching on to try and create more programs, which i am sure is time consuming while trying to put out so many fires at the same time.

Review from Guidestar