Sunday, February 9, 2014, inside the Rose theatre, six Black comedians take on Brampton. Hosted by Jay Martin, the show also features headliner Keesha Brownie, Trixx, Andrew Searles, Zabrina Chevannes and Sharif. We had an opportunity to speak with Sharif about his comedy style, his inspiration Bill Cosby, and other amazing comics.
ByBlacks.com spoke with Shereen Ashman, Entrepreneurship Programs Coordinator at Careers Education Empowerment (CEE), about the upcoming event Signature Style, to talk about the work the organization is doing in the GTA.
Originally formed as Taffe Entertainment back in 2009, Taffe Entertainment was re-branded as TE Media in 2012. TE Media operates as a digital media production company - actively developing and producing multi-platform content (film, television, mobile, gaming). Currently, TE Media's development slate includes several formats, features and interactive documentaries.
What is described as a "Journey into Africa's rich Cultural Heritage and social diversity filled with entertainment,interaction and adventure"; ByBlacks.com spoke to organizer Christine Piro about this 3rd installment of the Exhibit Africa event.
You know sometimes you get to that point. Your jeans go up a size every time you buy a new pair. You start feeling tired more often than you want to, and your doctor insists that you start to exercise.
If you watched the recent promo video for the upcoming Toronto Urban Queens of Comedy show, there's one crazy woman doing a Busta Rhymes impression that had us on the floor laughing. Thats Zabrina Chevannes.
ByBlacks caught up with one of Toronto’s most promising young artists Camille Lauren, and spoke to her about her motivation, style and launching her first solo exhibition.
A few weeks ago I attended a community training event, where one of the presenters was a young lady named Princilla, who runs PABA Cosmetics makeup line.
ByBlacks Rating: BBB AfriCan Theatre Ensemble presents COMA, a new play by Jude Idada, at the Al Green Theatre Oct. 30-Nov 3, 2013. A two-hander is a tall feat to accomplish. Yes, there are 3 people in the play but the majority of the dialogue rests between Osasu (Wale Ojo) and his sister Ifueko (Bridget Ogundipe).
ByBlacks Rating: BBBB Tick tock. Time moves quickly through this co-production by Obsidian Theatre and Factory Theatre.