Tessa Thompson, Yara Shahidi, Storm Reid, Kelly McCreary, Oswin Benjamin and Lil ‘Yachty will appear at the end of the series on Tuesday Zoom where it happens, directed by Emmy winner Tony and Golden Globe Debbie Allen.
The live table reading series, presented by black women artists to raise awareness and activation around the right to vote, will end with the sixth and last edition on October 27 at 6pm PST / 9pm EST in partnership with Zoom.
The episode will reimagine A different world, with Allen co-starring, Emmy nominee Stephanie Allain producing and Shahidi serving as host.
In Tuesday’s episode, Thompson will play Kinu, McCreary will play Whitley, Reid will play Freddie and Jaleesa, Allen will play Adele, Benjamin will take on the role of Dwayne Wayne and Lil Yachty will appear as Ron.
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The production team for this series includes Thompson, Ryan Bathe, Aisha Hinds, Cynthia Erivo, Kerry Washington, Rashida Jones, Stefanie and Quentin James, Latanya Richardson-Jackson, Channing Dungey, Karen Richardson, Issa Rae and Ava DuVernay.
Zoom where it happens launched on September 8 with an episode of Golden Girls which attracted more than 100,000 RSVPs. The series returned on September 22 with a re-imagination of Friends, which included a live stream to YouTube as soon as Zoom reached its record capacity.
Subsequent episodes included 227 on October 6th, Sanford and Son on October 13, and a special round table on voting on October 20. The series is funded by the non-profit ARRAY Alliance, with in-kind resources from Zoom.
To access the free program, viewers register with their cell phone numbers and sign up to receive ongoing electoral information from various social impact organizations. This week’s episode will connect viewers to the Supermajority, a member-based organization that affirms and builds women’s power and serves as a one-stop shop for advocacy, community building and electoral participation with the goal of transforming our country and building a multiracial movement. intergenerational for women’s equity.
Founded in 2010 by Ava DuVernay, ARRAY is a cinematographic collective dedicated to the amplification of images by people of color and filmmakers. Now in its tenth year, ARRAY Releasing focuses on the popular distribution of feature-length narratives and documentary works from various voices.