Do you remember watching old films and seeing people gather around to listen to shows on the radio? TV and computers have provided a way for us to watch films, music videos, television shows and more. However, the ten-part audio drama BRONZEVILLE written by Josh Olson and historical consultant was Michael Theobald brings back the nostalgia of listening to show rather than watching it. . The following actors and actresses are apart of the series : Laurence Fishburn , Larenz Tate, Tika Sumpter, Omari Hardwick, Tracee Ellis Ross, Wood Harris, Lahmard Tate, Cory Hardict, Brittany Snow, Lance Reddick, Patrick Heusinger, Michael Raymond James, Affion Crockett, Charles Malik Whitfield, Dexter Darden, John Bishop, Alphonso McAuley , Fay Hauser, Mitch Tanner, Eric Sheffer Stevens , Arlen Escarpeta, Wren . T. Brown , Peter Mackenzie, Ella Joyce, Andra Fuller, Paul Wilson, Rodney Saulsberry, Kelley Jackley, Barry Shabaka Henley, John Lavelle, Cleo King, Robert Parks Valletta, Christopher Frontiero, Adriana Sheri, Kevin Brief, Christopher Frontiero, Adriana Sheri, Jim Meskimen , Kevin Brief, Christopher Frontiero, Adrianna Sheri, Jim Meskimen, Kevin Brief, Christopher Douglas Reed, Erica Shukrani Luttrell, Ben Bledsoe , Elizabeth June ,John Cothran Jr, Brandon Scott, Beth Maitlaind , Phillip Hersh , and Marcus T. Paul .
The men and women listed above lent their voices to be apart of a very intriguing and artistic drama. Bronzeville is a Cinema Gypsy Productions, TateMen Entertainment and Audio HQ production project. Executive producers Laurence Fishburne, Larenz Tate, Helen Sugland, LaRon Tate, Matt Cutair and Jeff McCarthy , Co-Executive Producers are JP Sarni and Lahmard Tate and produced by Kc Wayland.
Once you start listening to the series you won't want to tune out. I think this is a unique digital podcast that takes the listeners on a journey through the lives of of African Americans on the Southside of Chicago in the 1940's . It chronicles black players in the lottery games while illuminating the self-sustainability of the community’s African American residents . It consist of racial tension yet shows how this particular community attained the American dream. Bronzeville immersed the listeners into a historical yet entertaining series. As Larenz Tate said " Bronzeville is theater of the mind". I as well as so many listeners are hoping for a season two or for the audio podcast to become an actual TV series or a feature film . With the amazing team that The TateMen Entertainment, Audio HQ Productions, and Cinema Gypsy Production companies, a movie or an TV show would be epic. However, this version of the audio series has created an old time feel in a modern day world. where everything is visual. This series causes you to imagine, listen closely , and visualize with your mind. For more on the Bronzeville series and to listen to the episodes get over to www.bronzevilleseries.com . Congratulations to the the writer, production team , and all of the talent that brought this audio drama series to life. You never know what's next , so make sure you stay tuned into social media as well as the Bronzeville website for updates.
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Honestly, every time I think about this movie nothing but pure joy and laughter comes across my mind. I covered a private screening of the film Tuesday night in Philly. The the theater was full of women and a few guys too. The excitement for the highly anticipated film was definitely felt in the theater. I brought one of my favorite girls ( my grandmother ) as my special guest. I figured it would be interesting to hear her thoughts on the film since we are 64 years apart. Might I say it was absolutely hilarious to watch her reaction to certain scenes ( just thinking about it makes me want to put crying emojis continuously in this space) . Anyways, Girls Trip is for every women just like the 1978 hit single "I'm Every Women" written by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson , Performed by the great Chaka Khan and then remixed by the incredible Whitney Houston in 1992. This film is exactly what we needed in this generation. Each character depicted a different relative story that each lady could relate to and yet they all shared some similarities. I'm definitely not going to spoil the movie for you in this review because I want you to have the best time seeing this beautiful cast of amazing women and handsome talented men. All in all this movie is going to a favorite new-school classic. One things for sure I have to go to New Orleans and Essence Festival with my girls. From beginning to end the theater was full of laughter , smiles, and outburst from different audience members during different scenes. However, we all had a great time. I also met some really cool ladies at the screening. That's what it's about ! This film was needed. The director Malcolm D. Lee and producer Will Packer did an outstanding job along with the writers Kenya Barris , Tracy Oliver, from a story by Erica Rivinoja, who based the script off their own experiences of going out with her girlfriends . Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Tiffany Haddish, Jada Pinkett Smith, Larenz Tate Mike Colter, and Kofi Siriboe star n the film. You're in for a non-stop treat of sugar, spice, and everything right with this film. So let's go break the box office and support these amazing entertainers. So grab your girls , mom , aunt, cousins, sisters , or grandma and get the theater July 21, 2017 (opening day ) and go see "Girls Trip" .
the mogul minute : LAURENCE FISHBURNE AND LARENZ TATE EXECUTIVELY PRODUCED AND RELEASED NEW AUDIO SERIES "BRONZEVILLE" WRITTEN BY JOSH OLSON
Today Larenz Tate announced the release of "Bronzeville" the new scripted audio series produced by him and Laurence Fishburne. The ten part audio series will chronicle the lives of players in the lottery games while illuminating the self -sustainability of the community's African American residents. The series features the voices of Tika Sumpter, Tracee Eliis Ross, Omari Hardwick, Cory Hardict, Wood Harris and more . This is the first ever podcast movie. I've listened to the first episode and I am completely immersed into the new series. You need to listen to the first episode now and visit www.bronzevilleseries.com for the next nine episodes.
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