The Spot TV LIVE! 11/20/2016 in Houston, TX!

March Forth Productions presents:
The Spot TV LIVE!!!
Sunday, November 20th at 5pm
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Comedian Ali Siddiq
Hip-hop recording artist & designer King Jawz
Hosted by Ludi
DJ Younique in the mix

Bodega Sole Lounge
4812 Almeda Rd
Houston, TX  77004
$5 pre sale tickets via:
$10 at the door & $15 for couples
For more information call 832.368.3863

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The Spot TV LIVE! 11/20/2016 in Houston, TX!

HOUSTON, TX: Professor Griff – September 16th & 17th!

Sirius Mindz Productions & March Forth Productions present:

“Eat, Meet & Greet”  
Cool Runnings Jamaican Bar & Grill
8270 W Bellfort Blvd
Houston, TX 77071
Friday September 16, 2016
Free Entry!!!




“Musicology: Mu-sick, Money, Madness, Mayhem, Murder & the original Mutha F#&^A” Keynote speaker Professor Griff Of Public Enemy
Shape Community 
3903 Almeda Rd.
Houston, TX 77004 
Saturday September 17, 2016
Doors open @ 3:30pm
Lecture begins @ 4pm
$15 in advance ( PayPal)
$20 @ door

The Spot TV’s Kickstarter Campaign!

Hey guys! I started a Kickstarter campaign for my TV show! Anyone who knows me knows this show is my passion! Click the link below to support! ❤ thank you in advance! Spread the word!

Stage play: FROM SLAVERY TO THE WHITE HOUSE 1 Year anniversary!

CHICAGO! Come celebrate the hit stageplay FROM SLAVERY TO THE WHITE HOUSE 1 year anniversary! Red carpet event Saturday June 22 (RED CARPET STARTS @ 4pm…SHOWTIME IS 5:30pm)

Carver Military Academy
13100 Doty Road
Chicago, IL 60827

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The hit stage play “FROM SLAVERY TO THE WHITE HOUSE” in Houston, TX!

The hit stage play “FROM SLAVERY TO THE WHITE HOUSE” will be in Houston, TX!

Saturday: May 11th.
Two shows: 2pm & 7pm
Phillis Wheatley High School
4801 Providence St
Houston, TX 77020

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“FROM SLAVERY TO THE WHITE HOUSE” Stage play kicks off Black History Month in Chicago!

Hey guys & dolls! Celebrate the 150th anniversary of The Emancipation Proclamation with the cast of the HIT stage play “FROM SLAVERY TO THE WHITE HOUSE” as we tour the U.S. during Black History Month! We begin our tour in Chicago on February 1st!!!

Carver Military Academy
13100 Doty Road
Chicago, IL 60827
Showtime: 7pm sharp!

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“FROM SLAVERY TO THE WHITE HOUSE” tour begins in Detroit!

And the tour begins! The cast & I have performed the hit stage play “FROM SLAVERY TO THE WHITE HOUSE” several times this year in Chicago, so now it’s time to take the show on the road! We will be in Detroit, MI:

Jan 12, 2013
Northwest Activity Center
18100 Meyers Rd. Detroit, MI

two shows: 2pm & 7pm

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We have received excellent reviews regarding our performance and the overall production.

The play was excellent!! Well written, informative and funny!! Fantastic job!
-Chicago Bulletin Newspaper

Tyler uses a mixture of history, comedy and emotion to make this play a good time for all ages and races.
-TrueStar Magazine



Get to know “Imuka Singers”!

Last weekend, I anticipated attending a show to catch some singers from Tanzania. I missed the performance & was even more disappointed in hearing what I missed. I heard the performance was like the movie Sarafina! Oh! How my disappointment grew! Sarafina was the very first professional stage play that I saw when I was about 9 years old at the Regal Theater in Chicago. So as the days went on, I received a call on Tuesday from my cousin informing me that the singers would be performing for the students at my sons school! What a blessing! I made it on time & was truly amazed! The Imuka Singers from Tanzania put on a wonderful show. I was extremely happy, not only for myself but to see how much the children loved every bit of the performance! The singing was very beautiful! Chicagoans if you want to really see where “footworks” comes from, I encourage you to trace your roots to Africa! The show did remind me of the stage play Sarafina and a little of the film Coming To America. What was also reminiscent of my childhood was I also performed on that same stage numerous times as a child and can recall the very first time I did. I was in fourth grade; my cousin Martine & I performed a dance routine to the Haitian band Tabou Combo’s “Kote Moun Yo”. Being there watching The Imuka Singers really did something for my soul. The meaning of Imuka means “rise“… So what a great way to teach the youths to rise! “Rise up; this matter is in your hands. We will support you, so take courage and do it.” (Ezra 10:4 NIV) I keep finding myself singing their song “Tanzania”! I may not know the exact words, but I love the song! God bless! 🙂
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