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February 2024 Insights

Updated: Feb 26

We’re Back and Celebrating Black Artistic Excellence!

Thanks for being a part of our Zoomcatchers Network and enjoying and sharing our content!

What’s New!

We’re tripling down on our commitment to bring you engaging content through our podcasting, social media & virtual event platforms! We've been partnering with The Frank Silvera Writers' Workshop and the Billie Holiday Theatre to showcase new works with our New Play Reading Series! We’re excited to announce our new releases and celebrate an FSWW community member’s recent Grammy Award! Congratulations NaTasha Yvette. Williams for your award for Some Like It Hot! 

Stay tuned for her role as Ripley in the soon-to-be-released FSWW Play reading, Prenuptial Disagreements by J.T. Smith, and directed by Rhonda Passion Hansome!

Find the rest of the FSWW Playlist here.

Prenuptial Agreements is now available on Youtube!

Lily Forrester is back!

Life & Anth, episode 4: More Is Less with Zoomcatchers host, Lily Forrester!

In this latest episode an anthropological discussion of women's fashion throughout time and how it fits into the changing cultural landscape. Lily brings on cross-generational guests to discuss feminist perspectives from various waves of the movement and explores the question of freedom as it relates to the clothes we wear.

Be sure to check out our podcasting hub and be on the lookout for updates.

We’re here for you when you’re ready to create your next passion project!

Join us for our Sunday Virtual Play Reading Series!

Grab an appetizer and your favorite beverage for an evening of theater!

What’s coming up?

We’re ringing in the Lunar New Year with a play reading about legendary Chinese-American actress, Anna May Wong!

Anna May Wong - Persona

Sunday, Feb 25, 2024 at 4:00 PM PST / 7:00 PM EST

A new play written by Kai Xing Mun

Congratulations to the cast of Anna May Wong: Persona!

Stay tuned for the video release of this amazing reading on our YouTube Channel!

Anna May Wong is a historical figure of cultural and artistic significance in an era that wanted to erase everything she was and stood for. Through Anna, we can look at law and war, as well as artists she worked with and politicians she met. Join Anna on her journey in acting and to look at arts and politics around the world as well as love and friendship. This play reading is directed by Emma Y. Lai.

Brooklyn, Bridge & Fence

Coming in April!

Written by Sabura Rashid and directed by Rhonda Passion Hansome.

Leslie, a young "millennial," tries to relax in the backyard of her newly acquired Bed-Stuy brownstone in Brooklyn just as Douglass Frederick, a long-time resident of the neighborhood, brings out his boombox and sets up his barbecue grill next door.  Can neighbors, new and old, bridge the fences that divide them?

Hope to see you soon!

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The Zoomcatchers Team

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