2nd Hollywood Screening of “New Slang” was Huge Success!

Congratulations again to the “New Slang” gang! La’Princess alongside cast mates; Chance Harlem Jr. & Troy Curvey headed to the world famous Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA a second time for the screening More »

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“New Slang” Screening in Hollywood, CA!

Independent filmmakers came together Saturday night for Joseph Alvarez & Dave Brown’s Indie Night event at the TCL Theater in Hollywood, CA. La’Princess was in attendance as “New Slang” screened after Salli Richardson-Whitfield’s bio-play More »

Watch “When a Woman’s Fed Up” today!

“When a Woman’s Fed Up” now available at Red Box, Netflix and your local Wal-Mart. Visit websites for availability! More »

New Slang

Let 2014 begin…with “New Slang!” La’Princess first project of the year was a short comedy skit about a guy who gets caught up in a lie after his girlfriend catches him texting More »

Pick ‘n Roll Picked-up by Punch TV Network

From YouTube to your TV tube…make way for “Pick ‘n Roll” the series. After shooting the web-series in early 2012, executive producer Lee Morris, worked out an exclusive deal with Punch TV Network More »

“Last Call” : THAT’S A WRAP!

The year of 2014 has been an extremely productive year for La’Princess. Starting off with the idea of producing her own material – first off – a short film titled “Last Call.” A dramatic romance story directed by partner JayTee Thompson. La’Princess also played the role of “Tericka” in the film; a bartender who begins dating the male lead. Filming was completed mid-September with the best cast and crew anyone could ever ask for. The film will be pushed for the 2015 film festival circulation. Check back soon for more updates.

“Clash of Generations” Welcomes La’Princess Back on Stage!

 

La’Princess sharing the stage with cast mates Joyce Erickson and Alan Saunders Jr. in “Clash of Generations.”

 

     It has been 10 long years since La’Princess has graced the stage in front of a live audience! On September 6, 2014, La’Princess performed in a 15-minute dramatic vignette titled “Clash of Generations” as part of The Revolution: Chaos show held at the James Armstrong Theater in Torrance, California. The show was directed by Ross Ross and served as the opening night to what is called The Revolution. The Revolution is a group of 30 or so actors who are all apart of one or more projects written & directed by Ross. La’Princess was granted the opportunity to play the role of Trina in this twisted storyline alongside fellow actors; Alan Saunders Jr., Joyce Erickson, Age Wilson & Juston Graber. The audience absolutely loved “Clash of Generations” and received amazing reviews. Will there be an encore of Chaos? Stay tuned….

2nd Hollywood Screening of “New Slang” was Huge Success!

Congratulations again to the “New Slang” gang! La’Princess alongside cast mates; Chance Harlem Jr. & Troy Curvey headed to the world famous Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA a second time for the screening of short film “New Slang.” As expected, the audience loved it and wanted more. What’s next from this trio? Will there be a New Slang 2?? “We’ll see about that one….” Stay tuned.

TV One Pilot “White Sista’s”

Bring out the youth! La’Princess was recently cast in the new TV pilot “White Sista’s” starring Golden Brooks, Paula Jai Parker, Elise Neal, Countess Vaughn and Lisa Wu. La’Princess played the younger version of “Stone” portrayed by Golden Brooks. A mental case character with some serious issues who is beginning to stir up drama within the family. The pilot is being directed by Paula Jai Parker and was documented for TV One’s new reality show “Hollywood Diva’s.” Stay tuned for this one….

 

La’Princess Loves The Kids!!!

Finally! La’Princess met her 5th grade PencilPAL student today! Her student was so excited about graduating. La’Princess contributed to her excitement by buying her a couple of books to help her get started for middle school! Thanks to SAG-AFTRA BookPALS for throwing an incredible end-of-the-year pizza party for all of those involved. For more information regarding BookPALS visit www.bookpals.net.