About

In short-form webisodes, #HashtagTheShow portrays the painful and surreal moments in the lives of BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color) in a satirical comedy format. We make sketches that center our perceptions of the world and how others perceive us. We write and produce based on real-life situations and exaggerate them for comedy’s sake. Season one is currently available for streaming. 

“A testament to a good sketch show is the ability for the art to imitate life’s absurdities and make it funny. #HashtagTheShow takes obscure/ popular absurdities of the black, POC, and American tropes under the knife to expose how raw but funny these elements can be.

– Omar Holmon, Black Nerd Problems

Creators:

Aisha Jordan and Rafael Jordan, Executive Producers of #HashtagTheShow

From creators Aisha Jordan (Black Nerd Problems, 2Nerds and an Actor Podcast) and Rafael Jordan (Law & Order SVU, Godfather of Harlem, Director #HashtagTheShow. MFA – American Conservatory Theatre.)

Aisha Jordan, Co-Creator/Executive Producer/Writer, #HastagTheShow
Aisha Jordan is an Actor, Writer, and Producer in new media. She received her B.A. in The Arts from The New School, Eugene Lang College, and her M.A. in Arts and Politics from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. She is a Podcast Producer at A+E Networks for Lifetime podcast, The Table is Ours, and a Staff Writer at the popular culture media site Black Nerd Problems both highlighting women of color in media. Jordan has been featured in Title X’s PSA on reproductive rights, and HBO’s Random Acts of Flyness. Jordan is a current member of the Writer’s Guild of America East.  

Rafael Jordan, Co-Creator/Executive Producer/Writer, #HastagTheShow
Rafael Jordan is an Actor, Director, and Producer who has extensive credits for stage and screen. In New York Off-Broadway at the Lion and Harold Clurman Theatres, he was recently seen playing Marlon Brando in BrandoCapote at The Tank. Regional Theatre credits include: Shakespeare Theatre of DC, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Magic Theatre and California Shakespeare Theatre. TV credits: Law & Order SVU, Blue Bloods, Godfather of Harlem, One Life to Live. Film: the short film Christmas Eve can be seen now on Amazon Prime. He holds an MFA in Acting from American Conservatory Theatre.

The series features actors Lacretta known for her role as Suzi Teplitsky in the romantic comedy Second Act with Jennifer Lopez, and Tifah Johnson known for her role at Jess in Odd Mom Out. Also starring Lenny Thomas, known for his role as Dikahn in the BET dramatic series Ruthless.  

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