TruTalent Creative Works Launches Season 2 Premiere of Shock Nation
Season 2 of the digital web series Shock Nation set to premiere March 10th. The story follows an adolescent girl by the name of Sachi who grows of in the gritty streets of Baltimore, Maryland.
By: Kimia Workman
Cast Members: Kimia' Workman, Derek Quick, Sincere Allen, Akiba Robinson, Myesha Hurt, Alan Upshur, Parris Watkins, Lauren Dorsey, Anicco Annan - Tete, Jordan Pierce - Shawna, Rick Palmer - Mr. Williams, Tiara Crystal, Adrian McDermott, Kia Calloway
"I came up with Shock Nation because I wanted to create a different type of story to bring motivation and inspiration to those people that have dreams and goal but dealing with circumstances that may deflect them from their path. It's an inspirational story not only for our youth, but everyone, and to give them hope of trying to foresee a life outside of living in poverty by following their dreams," Kimia Workman, Executive Producer, Shock Nation
In Season 2, Sachi still struggles with issues and seeks hope through her dance team she is now of Shock Nation. When faced with adversity, will she be able to regain hope and inspiration to do the one thing she always loved, or divert to living a life where she is forced to make tough decisions.
Join us Sunday, March 10, 2019, at 6:30p -9:30 pm at Hoyt's West Nursery Cinema 14 located on 1591 West Nursery Road in Linthicum Heights, MD. Click here to purchase tickets:https://www.eventbrite.com/
Sponsors: Acting Life Apparel, Real Estate Agent Alan Upshur, Support Your Creatives, Traveling SLM Productions
About Tru Talent Creative
TruTalent Creative Works (est. 2014) was created by actor, writer, producer, and all around talent, Kimia' Workman. Kimia believes that everyone is blessed with some type of talent, but it is up to you to be able to use your God-given talent to the best of your ability, to help and influence others, and to live an overall happier lifestyle.
About Kimia Workman
Kimia' M. Workman was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland to her parents Coakley and Stephanie Workman. Beginning her career in theater and dance, she later transitioned to film and television, and also radio and television broadcasting. She is a graduate of Baltimore City Community College, Morgan State University, and Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts. At BCCC, she received her AA in general studies, at Morgan she studied Telecommunications with a concentration in broadcast journalism receiving her B.S. degree, while also studying Theater Arts, and at SIRA, she received a certificate in careers in TV and Radio.
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