Meet Reggie Van Lee, the management expert trying to fix the DC arts commission

Van Lee accepted the volunteer assignment in part because he said he wanted all Washington residents to experience the same transformative power of the arts that he has. Born in Houston, the youngest of 5 years old, he is the only son of a postal worker father and a nurse mother. Van Lee studied dance at an early age, sang in (and directed) the youth choir at Blueridge United Methodist Church, and participated in theater and debate in middle and high school. (Recalling his role as King Winter in a high school operetta, “The Season of Happiness,” he went into a few bars on a recent Zoom call, singing, “I’m so glad King Winter ho ho, I come to the ice and the snow, when the icicles freeze over the bushes and trees…” and delivers a warm baritone through the entire first verse. Then he adds, “I don’t I can’t believe I remember that.”)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/reggie-van-lee-arts-commission/2021/11/22/74032580-4951-11ec-b05d-3cb9d96eb495_story.html Meet Reggie Van Lee, the management expert trying to fix the DC arts commission


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