It was all Joy and Glamour Last Saturday, 6th August 2016 at the N’Joy Hotel in Accra, as the Producers of the Ever Anticipated Television Series “Every day People” Organized a Dinner Party for the Cast of the TV Series Which is yet to hit the Screens.
Every day People is a television drama series tailored by Messiah Entertainment in collaboration with Chrisloe Entertainment (U.S based entertainment company of Barbara Anakwa) and directed by the vibrant Selorm Martinson Jnr. The series is one that depicts what usually happens in our everyday life as the name denotes “Every day People”. The series addresses the behaviour, thoughts, adventures, narcissism, flaws and the way of life of the every day people. A tactic employed by the makers to relate and match with the new generation of television viewers.
The motive behind such sparkling Dinner party was a deliberate effort of the series makers to bring together all the cast of “Everyday People”, this time not under the auspices of a Director, or the frequent mentioning of ‘cut’ & ‘action’, it was rather a night to celebrate and dine their stress off, after their hectic days on set.
The night saw the presence of some of the amazing faces on our screens like James Gardiner, Kweku Eliot, Benedicta Gaffah, Moesha Buodong, Henry Adofo, Jessica Larnyo, Jasmine Amoh, Kwame Mpare, Paul Wilson, Nana Akua Addo, Leonard Zeini, Godwin Namboh, Dominic Dimordji and Jessica Williams who are also the cast playing various roles in Everyday Peopel.
James Gardiner who wears the character of ‘Kwesi’ in Everyday People, obviously couldn’t hide his ecstatic feelings at the night. He opened up to us how excited he is about this captivating Series. Here is what he had to say;
“Yes, I think I’m equally glad to be part of such a great production, we’ve done our best to portray the story as we can and I hope people enjoy it. Working with the rest of the cast was not a difficult task, because the chemistry is already there since I have worked with most of them in the past.” James Said.
It was glaring that most of the cast were singing the same song as James in terms of their experience about Every day People, after speaking to most of them.
According to the CEO of Chrisloe Entertainment, Barbara Anakwa, and the Executive director of Messiah Entertainment Dwomoh – Doyen Benjamin, their major goal is to place the series on the international platform; as a result, they are very hopeful and positive that Everyday People features on DSTV, Netflix, ABN and other reputable platforms around the globe. He added that, they are working assiduously harder to meet the standards of the international market.
BY BARIMAH AMOANING SAMUEL