Tomorrow: Super Fun Show… Coming To Pahoa Next Weekend

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The Super Fun Show (formerly known as the The Shawn Brown Show) has been touring Hawaii for the last few days:  March 11th 2009, Lanai Children’s Concert –  March 12th   2009, Hana  Children’s Concert – March 13th 2009,  Maui Community College Children’s Concert – March 14th 2009, Maui AEYC  Conference Keynote.

Saturday, March 21st, The Super Fun Show will be stopping by Pahoa to put on a performance at the Montessori Schools Spring Ho’olaule’a across from Pahoa High and Elementary School.

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About Shawn Brown:

Shawn Brown was born in Chicago Illinois and this is where he began his road to destiny as a born again Christian then an actor, comedian and motivational speaker. There he developed a strong background in theater and music.

In 1977 Shawn joined the US Air Force where he was trained as a communications cable splicer. While traveling from base to base performing his military duties Shawn still found time to entertain the troops at various talent shows and Air Force show cases throughout the United States and Europe.

In 1985 he found himself in Hollywood California making his entertainment dreams come true. In December of 1984 Shawn was doing standup comedy at various clubs all over the city and there he developed a strong following locally and as fate would have it one of his performances landed him a recording contract. He wrote and produced a song that was played all over the country on several radio formats. This unique song was his impersonation of the late great John Wayne doing a rap song. This recording entitled “The Rappin Duke” boosted him into the lime light and he traveled all around the country opening up for groups like Bobby Brown and Stevie Wonder. Speaking of wonder Shawn was a one hit wonder and after the success of his record everyone wondered where he went. Radio was where he went. Shawn was the morning announcer for KDKS in Shreveport, Louisiana and from there he was living on the air in Cincinnati as the morning announcer. After leaving Cincinnati, he began writing for super jocks Tom Joyner and Doug Banks.

In 1990 Shawn was back in Chicago continuing his studies at Chicago State University. While enrolled there he took a script writing class and one of the assignments of the class was to write a TV sitcom script and submit it to the Robert Guillaume script writing competition. Shawn won that competition and was the ambassador for Chicago State University in West Hollywood California. There he received his award from Robert Guillaume and Danny Glover. Shawn took this new found talent and began writing and producing plays in Southern California.

In 1990 while still in Chicago Shawn was performing stand up comedy all over the city. While performing in Chicago he was able to meet Bernie Mac and performed regularly with him and other notable comics. That same year Shawn and Bernie Mac were in a face off at the Regal Theater on the Chicago’s south side in the Miller Lite comedy competition hosted by Damon Wayans. Bernie Mac took first place and Shawn placed a cool second. With these talents of writing and comedy budding forth Shawn decided to pursue his writing career in the pursuit of destiny.

In 1993 Shawn formed his own company, Role Model Productions in Southern California and began working in the inner city with at-risk youth. There, he found himself writing dramas about teen pregnancy, gang violence, and drug abuse. These dramas were performed in high schools and middle schools all over Southern California.

In 2001 Shawn moved Role Model Productions to Atlanta. He began teaching after school drama classes for various centers in the city. He now writes and implements unique and entertaining curriculum for daycares and private schools. Shawn and his staff travel to centers all over the country.

The remainder of the Hawaii tour is at the following locations:

  • March 16th, St. Anthony Church, Wailuku Maui
  • March 17th , Molokai
  • March 18th, Up Country
  • March 19th Lahaina
  • March 30th end Hawaii tour, Schofield Barracks

For more information on the Ho’olaule’a, click here.

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