Treena Ringgold is the Director of Sozo Performing Arts Ministry & CEO & Founder of PlayLady Studios. At an early age, Treena always had a knack for writing stories. However, her gift would lie dormant for many years until 2007, with a push from her Pastors, Treena wrote and directed her first stage play called, “The Lunch Date”, which tackled complex social issues such as domestic violence and AIDS.
In 2009, Treena won the National Black Gospel Play Award, headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee for her play, “Preach the Word”. Since that time, Treena has continued to write plays that challenge the traditional structure. Treena has partnered with various community groups to raise awareness of social issues facing the African-American community. She has also performed her plays at local universities such as Morgan State and Salisbury University.
Treena noticed an intense desire to write films. In 2013, while talking with a co-worker, the idea for PlayLady Studios was born. “Keeping the reel real” is the slogan. In 2015, Play Lady Studios shot its first film called, “Secrets in the Pulpit”, detailing the life of a pastor who has a problem with domestic violence in his home. PlayLady Studios reaches across generational lines to provide real solutions to real problems.
The Mogul Circuit is a Variety Style Broadcast targeting Business Owners and Visionaries alike. Segments include "Ask Dani", Business advice and tips to help the new or seasoned entrepreneur. Listeners can send in their questions via email. "Cousins Cuttin Up" is cleaver comedy that pokes fun at real life situations leaving no one off the hook. We will also feature special guests with various backgrounds. They will share their expertise, inspire and inform our listeners.
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