The business of life
We wrote it out of sheer enjoyment. Envisioning a time and place where you can always go to laugh, count on one another and get through the hardtimes together. Imagine That.....
Hoodrich Entertainment is a stage play, written by three sisters Tahsa Jones, Letecia McGaughy, Samone McGaughy. The sisters started an advertising, marketing, and promotions in 2007 termed Tre’sista (pronounced Tra’Cee’sta), this is Swahili for three sisters. After the success of several events they decided to write a play. It was natural for them to start writing. Tasha and Letecia were avid poets and Samone is a Female MC.
The Wiz!!! Live stage production is such an memorable experience. Up close and personal with the characters who create an imaginery world in front of your eyes. There's no second takes. This is where passion meets fun. Come out Jan,1 2016 to Envy Entertainment and Restaurant in Huntsville Al and catch one of the two shows.
C.L.A.A.P (Cultivating Leaders Actors and Performers) is a program committed to enriching the lives of young people through dance, art, entreprise and theatre.
These life skills are essential in preparing youth into becoming well-balanced, successful citizens.
We are currently seeking Instructors, mentors and a Board of Directors to help teach acting, dancing, singing, business and entrepreneurship.
Here are some of the Board Members:
Marcus Echols of huntsvilleblack.com
Rocket City Classic USA International Trade Show
Hoodrich Entertainment: The Play
Wear U Get That LLC
Self Esteem Tolerance Collabration-working through a process together to achieve something that would be impossible by my Setting Goals Organization Don’t take life too serious Everyone has a purpose The quality of being clever, original, and inventive Relieves stress Public Speaking Diplomacy Leadership Self Control/Controlled Behavior It’s okay to shine and be successful
Language and Culture
Recently Raven Symone spoke candidly about “ghetto names” and how she would not hire someone with the name, Watermelondria. Later I viewed videos using the same language “ just because someone has a" ghetto name” doesn’t mean they are not qualified.
When we let another ethnicity belittle our way of life and take on their customs, we are de-valued. Letecia, and Tameka, and Watermelondria (lol) are not airquote “ghetto" names. They are names which represent an African American tradition that we should be proud of.
At this point doesn’t matter what name African Americans chose to label our children, it will be considered ghetto, because it is not in the name, it is in our culture. If another culture refuses to recognize that there is beauty in differences shame on them, if you are embarrassed about your heritage than shame on you.
We dance different, we cook with soul, we laugh loud, we pray hard, we speak with vigor, we got big ass families, and big asses, we create beauty from nothing. We have our own culture. In the the words of 2 chains I’m Different ,I’m Different.
October 3, 2015
Marketing Dept. Eurydice McGaughy-Hall
1. Sister Souljah
3. The book of Ruth (Bible)