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Shows and Performances
- Sat, Jan 20Jan 20, 2024, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PMHouston, 3414 La Branch St, Houston, TX 77004, USA
Here are a few of the Ember's entertainer performance.
The Sing Off (2018)
as Talk Show Host
People from across the United States of America and around the world will compete on this competitive singing show in front of three prestigious and highly rated music industry moguls. The Golden Star will be the ticket to Hollywood where dreams can come true. Hearts will be broken, sacrifices will be made and acts will be pushed to the edge of the cliff. Welcome to the live televised program "Sing Off".
Beyond the Vows (2019)
The newlywed couple, Karen Burbank and her husband, Don, as with every couple need some sort of healing and resolution to rekindle their love after a marriage crisis. While divorce and separation are at its highest peak, it has become the new ritual that would soon follow behind most wedding ceremonies. The Christian couple insists that some marriage counseling and Sunday's worship services are the best options before calling upon divorce lawyers and courtroom proceedings. Nevertheless, the question is; does the couple have what it takes to overcome the powers that be or will Karen decide to go beyond her vows when she is free to turn the other cheek?
Candy 2 (2022)
Five years has passed and the original Candy crew member, Smiley, has developed a party drug called Candy. Soso, having cheated death, keeps Yaya close resuming his former life with fellow dirty cops Buck and Floyd. Smiley unites with Brick, RiRi and Coi to establish distribution for a growing clientele. Club owner Xavier and his entourage Jonas and Giselle, align themselves to the new Candy crew. Soso learns about Candy and focuses on finding its source. A series of events that lead to drug related deaths have Soso and the Candy crew , once again face-to face.
Mr Booker T. at the Door (2018)
as Matha Pye
The play examines the moments leading up to Booker T. Washington's dinner with then President Theodore Roosevelt and his family on the date of October 16, 1901. It goes without saying that back then the only place you’d find Blacks in the White House was in the fields or the kitchen as slaves; so this invitation was unusual. An upper class Black family eagerly in Washington, D.C. served as hosts of Mr. Washington. Mr. Victoria feels that there hasn’t been enough written about upper class Black families who were thriving on the East Coast during that period.
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