In the Black Social Network play, Eva James, a powerful celebrity publicist, and Jasmine, a struggling café owner, unravel when online shenanigans trigger offline consequences.
Image is everything–until reality crashes the party.
Geared toward Millennials, The Black Social Network’s media preview show launched on February 20, 2014, (during Social Media Week) for a one-night only performance at The Producers Club in New York. Presenting sponsor: General Motors.
The Black Social Network play is a service initiative of The Six Brown Chicks bloggers, and is an original stage play written by Zondra Hughes, Liz Lampkin, Celeste T. Parker and Sylvia Snowden. Social Media Strategist: L. Martin Pratt. Directed by Christopher Nolen.
We are casting adult males and females for this play for one-night only performances on college campuses in Houston, Detroit, and Atlanta.
For details, please click the appropriate link for your city.
In the meantime, enjoy photos from the awesome NYC debut featuring some of Chicago’s finest talents!
Follow The Black Social Network play on Twitter @BlackIsSocial
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