Listen to our conversation about the “Good Ole Sangin’ and Hallelujah Concert” featuring Larry Callahan and Selected of God, the Thomas Whitfield Company and Chicago’s own New Direction; benefiting Forgotten Harvest.
Detroit audiences are having the chance to experience Tony Award winning, “The Color Purple,” this week during the national tour Detroit run at Fisher Theatre. (Source: The Michigan Chronicle)
One of the cast members of the national tour is actress, singer, dancer and Detroit native, Angela Birchett. I had the opportunity to talk to Angela about how what she learned at home transfers to what she’s doing on stage and how singing with her sisters (Anesha & Antea) has turned into a real ‘life to stage’ moment for her.
Rashida Johnson has put together yet another fantastic, “Seasons of Love” benefit concert Sunday, at the Wright Museum. This event – in its third year – is even bigger and continues to celebrate the contributions of local unsung community heroes who work to bring healing, wellness, and love to our Metro-Detroit region.
I think RonReaco Lee was surprised on how much of a fan I was of his career as an actor. I loved his role as Tyreke Scott on the WB sitcom Sister, Sister as well as Starz critically acclaimed series Survivor’s Remorse (It was just announced today that Survivor’s Remorse has ended it’s run on Starz. Instagram).
RonReaco with be in town October 20th and 21st for Je’Caryous Johnson’s Stage Play, “Two Can Play that Game” along with Vivica A. Fox, Columbus Short, Porsha Williams, Gary Dourdan, Carl Payne, Cocoa Brown, Towanda Braxton and Vivian Green to bring the hit movie back to life on stage. We talked about his family vacations to Detroit, his ties to the theatre and his role in the play.
Check out our Conversation HERE:
Grab your tickets to Je’Caryous Johnson presents “Two Can Play That Game” HERE: JeCaryous.com
Every time I have the opportunity to speak to Kim Fields I feel like we’ve known each other for years! Today, we chatted about the new movie she is in called, “A Question of Faith” which hits theaters Friday, September 29th.
Check out our conversation here:
“A Question of Faith,” the lives of three families collide when two tragedies strike back to back. All three families find themselves at a crossroads, questioning their faith and the higher power that guides our destinies. Chance encounters with one another lead to a chain of events imminently bringing the families’ worlds closer together, until a moment of truth. But, when the connection is revealed, will the consequences of the aftermath bring them together or tear their faith apart?
It also stars, Richard T. Jones (“Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married,” “Judging Amy”), C. Thomas Howell (“The Amazing Spiderman,” “E.T.”), Gregory Alan Williams (“Greenleaf,” “All Saints”), Jaci Velasquez (“I’m Not Ashamed,” Platinum Christian Recording Artist), and T.C. Stallings (“War Room,” “Courageous”).