Posts tagged "Black Social Network"

Photos: The Black Social Network in Chicago

Photos from The Black Social Network
What a night! Thank you for your support of The Black Social Network. The original stage play, written by Zondra Hughes (intro by Celeste T. Parker, editor Sylvia Snowden), was an official event of Social Media Week Chicago. The free performance took place at Chicago State University’s Breakey Theatre on Tuesday night. The traveling college... Read more »

Meet the Cast: The Black Social Network at Chicago State

Meet the Cast: The Black Social Network at Chicago State
You’re invited to attend this FREE  Interactive Social Media Theater Experience at Chicago State University’s Breakey Theatre on Tuesday September 23, 2014 at 7 p.m.  An official event of Social Media Week Chicago,  The Black Social Network Play is an artistic performance that demonstrates the impact of solid social media strategy on business and the... Read more »

Anatomy of A Facebook Killing

Anatomy of A Facebook Killing
By Zondra Hughes Picture two girls arguing on the playground. They stand nose-to-nose, hurling insults. Deep down inside, neither girl really wants to fight; neither girl wants to be known as the girl that doesn’t want to fight either.  As the crowd builds around them, waiting to see (or in this case, tape) the fight,... Read more »
Advertisement:

Photos: The Black Social Network Play Detroit

Lamar Barnes and Shettima Webb
The Black Social Network College Tour is a traveling stage play that uses theater to illustrate the importance of responsible social media branding. In The Black Social Network, Eva, an ambitious celebrity publicist, and Jasmine, a Facebook fabulist, unravel when an online rumor triggers offline consequences. Image is everything— until reality crashes the party. Detroit... Read more »

Detroit Divas Join The Black Social Network College Tour

Detroit Divas Join The Black Social Network College Tour
The Black Social Network College Tour is a traveling stage play that uses theater to illustrate the importance of responsible social media branding. In The Black Social Network, Eva, an ambitious celebrity publicist, and Jasmine, a Facebook fabulist, unravel when an online rumor triggers offline consequences. Image is everything— until reality crashes the party. Detroit... Read more »