Sasha & Condi is a mockumentary style sitcom. Think a Black version of CNN’s decade-era documentaries meets Drunk History. Sasha and Condi, now in their mid 30s, are here to set the record straight and change the way the world recalls the 90s. The two childhood friends agree on the importance of affirmative action and slap bracelets, but they can’t seem to agree upon the best R&B group of the time or whether Magic Johnson putting his name on franchises is good for black folks.
Each episode follows Sasha and Condi as they insert themselves in some of the biggest moments of that era; the OJ Simpson Trial, the Air Jordan fashion craze, the transition from tapes to CDs, the original Aunt Viv’s departure from Fresh Prince, the 2PAC and Biggie beef, the fall of South African apartheid, the first Black Abercrombie and Fitch models, the baritone’d Michael leaving Boyz II Men, the first Starbucks coming to town and Magic Johnson’s HIV announcement.
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Chanel Glover (Florida A&M University BA | Tulane University School of Law JD | Ohio University MFA | Hunter College MSEd) is a former lawyer and special education teacher, whose work centers black queer characters, and stories exploring social justice. Chanel was a featured playwright in terraNOVA Collective’s Groundbreakers Playwrights Group in 2015. She’s screenwriter for the SEX IS A GOD THING (2014) viral short, and for the digital series, which premiered at the Black Harvest Film Festival (2019), Pan African Film Festival (2020), ClexaCon (Virtual) Film Festival (2020), NewFest (2020), among others. Chanel was a playwright fellow at Lambda Literary’s Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices of 2019. Her TV spec scripts advanced to the semi-finals of the Warner Bros. Television Writers’ Workshop in 2019 & 2020, and her 2020 pilot script advanced to the quarterfinals of the ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, ScreenCraft Drama Competition and the Sundance Institute Episodic Lab. Chanel serves as Development & Research Manager for Cheryl Dunye’s production company, Jingletown Films.
JULIANA "JEWELS" SMITH