August 15, 2022 — At 25, Zoe Brown is producing plays in LA. Meet this Philly girl who is following her dreams

Monday Morning Magic from Inkandescent® PR + Publishing Co. — It’s amazing when your childhood friends have kids who accomplish great things. It’s an honor to introduce you to Zoe Brown, the daughter of my elementary school pal Michael. She is taking Hollywood by storm.

After graduating from the University of Southern California in 2020, Zoe landed jobs as a Producer’s Assistant on Love, Victor Seasons 2 and 3, and Euphoria Season 2. She is currently the assistant to the president of K Period Media, a production company founded by Kimberly Steward in 2013 that is dedicated to finding and making socially-relevant, story-driven projects with mainstream appeal. She is currently the assistant to the president of K Period Media. Zoe also has produced the web series, LolaMay, and the short film “Great White Lies.”

Zoe’s passion is producing plays. In August 2022, she received accolades for “Get It Together.” Scroll down for the stellar review, and read it here

An activist on a mission: In 2020, she co-founded the Mental Health Content Collective and hopes to continue making content that starts conversations about mental health. See her video about the project here.

We leave you with this parting thought from Zoe: “Sometimes you just have to go for it and see what happens, even if it feels like you have no idea what you’re doing.” Click here to connect with her on LinkedIn.

Until next Monday: Here’s to following your dreams! — Hope Katz Gibbs, founder, and president, Inkandescent® PR + Publishing Co.,

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Get It Together

Aug. 3, 2022 — A NoHo Arts theatre review of Michael Quinn and Zoe Brown’s production of “Get it Together,” written and directed by Michael Quinn and produced by Zoe Brown. The show, at The Zephyr Theatre, closed August 7.

Review in NoHo Arts District by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros