A series of life’s lessons/session in preparation to ones ascension.
“passion, favor, energy, trial performance, (Muse)ic, art”
A music based show with a focus on celebrities showcasing their hidden talents; delivered through performance and conversation. With music being society's first love, Re • Her • Soul allows celebrities the opportunity to step out of their box to heal through their musical gifts. Re • Her • Soul will provide their audience with additional inspiration via sound from their entertainment hero.
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FOR YOUR ATTENTION
Ta’Rhonda Jones is a true representation of a woman with many hats. She stands strong as an activist, actress, director, producer, celebrity master chef champion, fashion designer, host, comedian, intoxicating rapper, song writer and philanthropist. Jones is most known for her breakout role as Porsha, on Fox’s hit television show Empire. Showcasing more than just her acting skills on the show, Ta’Rhonda shocks the world with her forward thinking talents and golden mindset to shift out of the box thinking. Ta’Rhonda is the Founder of Black Village Foundation. A nonprofit focused on supporting the underdogs in the southside and westside of Chicago. Jones enjoys spending her off season as a non-profit leader and motivational influencer. Since the beginning of COVID, she’s given away hundreds of thousands of lbs of food, in many communities.
THE HOST + CO-HOST
Amber Riley is a multi-faceted entertainer who has accumulated various titles over the years including GRAMMY-nominated singer, award-winning actress, theater performer, producer and author! This Compton native rose to success for her portrayal of "Mercedes Jones" on FOX’s critically-acclaimed series, Glee, where she shined as the show's powerhouse vocalist. After competing and winning season 17 of Dancing With The Stars , Amber returned to her acting roots and earned roles in both the live TV adaptations of The Wiz Live! & The Little Mermaid Live! She is also most notably known for her critically acclaimed performance as "Effie White" in the West End debut of Dreamgirls in the fall of 2016. So much so in 2017, she won the Laurence Olivier Award (UK's version of the Tony Awards) for Best Actress in a Musical.
S I M I L A R
the journey + the now + the next + the performance
Actors are musically inclined. Re•Her•Soul is a platform to express the reasons actors didn’t choose a musical path. Join us in celebration of their reveal.