JAVA, JOKES & JAZZ is a clean comedy and jazz show featuring comedy from "The Playmakers"; Kevin "KevOnStage" Fredericks, Jason Fredericks and Anthony "Ant" Davis. The show also features a live band and musical performances from Dallas' own Niya Cotton.
Take two brothers and a best friend, and what do you get? The Playmakers! The Playmakers are the creative force behind a number of popular YouTube videos: "Stuff Black Parents Say", "Stuff Black Church Girls Say", "How to Shout in a Black Church", "How to Work the Altar at a Black Church", "How to Get a Church Girl" and more, garnering over 13 million views. The popularity of those videos led to the development of "The Playmakers Show", which debuted on Alright TV, a YouTube channel headed by BET Founder, Bob Johnson and producer and business mogul Tracey Edmonds.
Niya Cotton is a Washington D.C. native with a heart to spread the love of Jesus Christ all over the world. Niya has her B.A. in Vocal Performance from Hampton University where she met her friend/husband/producer Roy Cotton II. Niya released her debut album "Someday" in 2008 and is currently working on her widely anticipated sophomore project. Niya serves on the worship staff at Trinity Church in Cedar Hill, TX as worship leader. She and her husband have three beautiful children and reside in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area.
Oaks Farms Diary Performance Hall (View)
2600 Live Oak St
Dallas, TX 75204