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I will be the Host at the Big Dreams Concert on April 15th at the Red Clay Theater in Duluth, GA! The concert will be an evening of soulful piano, jazz and vocals with special guest appearances from DeKalb Elementary School of the Arts Dancers, Pearl School of Modeling, and more!
Who doesn’t love a film where the characters have super powers? What makes this film even better is that the main characters are little kids who have super powers!
If you’re in the Atlanta area on January 13th please join me as my friend Nyssa Morris and I host the premiere for the film They! We’ll have a red carpet and a Q&A too!
Tickets are only $5-$8 and can be purchased on Eventbrite at
Oh and if you’re not already convinced that you need to block out 11 am -12:30 pm on January 13th maybe this cute video that my castmate Jaxon Rose Moore created will get you hyped to come to the premiere –
Now wasn’t that cool? And I didn’t even have to pay her to do that! Now, I know you’ve gotta be ready to come see They right? Here’s the ticket link –
See you on January 13th at Landmark Theaters Midtown Arts Cinema!
December means… REHEARSALS, REHEARSALS, REHEARSALS!
It’s been pretty quiet around actressjordanrice.com but that’s because of all the rehearsals!
We’re on the countdown to opening night of Youth Ensemble of Atlanta’s Christmas Class – Urban Holiday Soup. This show is the one that will have you laughing from beginning to end. My friends and I have been cooking up the most entertaining Urban Holiday Soup just for you. So, try it out! The show runs for 2 Weeks! Opening night is Thurday Dec 14th at 8pm. Then:
Dec. 15th at 8 pm, Dec. 16th at 2pm AND 8pm
Dec. 17th at 5pm
Dec. 21st-22nd at 8pm, Dec. 23rd at 2pm and 8pm
All shows will be at 7Stages Theater in Atlanta.
You can get tickets at http://bit.ly/UrbanHolidaySoup
And just in case you can’t wait for the soup and need a little tast now, here’s a clip from last year’s show!
I hope I’ll see YOU at the show! Oh and here’s the ticket link one more time http://bit.ly/UrbanHolidaySoup
Photo Credit: Casey Gardner. Visit her website at www.caseymgardner.com
The time is so perfect for this show! Tara Ochs, who played the role of Viola Liuzzo, has created an opportunity for an open and honest look at what’s usually not talked about openly. Get in on the conversation about privilege, race and social justice by being in the audience on March 30th at 8pm. How easy is that? Bring a friend or neighbor who you’ve wanted to have the conversation with but didn’t know how! I’ll be participating in the Talk Back after the show that night. Get your tickets at www.7stages.org
Check out A Lady Named Pearl Modeling Academy at http://aladynamedpearl.com/school/
So, me and my Youth Ensemble Of Atlanta buddies performed at an Anti-Violence Conference sponsored by Morehouse School of Medicine during Spring Break. It would have been fun to take a vacation, but our world is so violent right now that I think it was worth doing what I can to help stop violence.
If you would like to know how you can get involved, visit http://www.cphmPublicHealthSummit.org
You might not know this guy, but you’ll be surprised to know who he is related to. You’ve heard of Denise McNair, right? She was one of the 4 Little Girls bombed in the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham. When I think of her, I think about how she was just a young girl like me when that happened to her. She will always hold a special place in my heart. ♥
So when I met Terrell (not Chris Brown- I thought he looked like him) after my performance in the world premier of Akil Dupont’s musical Underground and he told me that he was Denise’s cousin, I felt so honored. Here we were at Underground, which tells the story of slaves trying to escape to freedom while singing spirituals to strenghthen and guide them along the way, and I meet someone who is living proof of the struggle for freedom and equality that African Americans have endured even to this day.
It’s like just when you think, “Why do we have to keep telling these stories about slavery and the Civil Rights Movement?” you meet someone who is a direct descendant of the people we have read about and heard about in movies. That’s when you know that we cannot just say oh that was then and this is now. We have to keep telling the stories so that we can become better people, a better nation.