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Loretta McNary interviews Producer Marguerite Fair

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Loretta McNary Live is a premier blog talk radio show created for an empowered, active, and diverse TV, radio, social media and online listening audience.

Our guest today is  Marguerite Fair: Writer, producer and director for “Your Late Mother.”

Marguerite Fair is a natural and gifted writer. At age ten she started and never stopped. To date she has written thirteen screenplays, three plays, four non-fiction books. “Telling on Myself,” “Am I Still Talking,” “Extreme Low Budget Apartment Makeovers,” The Goddess Cookbook” and a novel about love an obsession titled: “Of the Same Mind.” Presently, she has completed her fifth book: “New Over 50/What I learned about better health from Baroness Benita von Klingspor soon to be available on Amazon.com. Marguerite wrote, produced and directed her first movie short: “Roberta’s Choice”.and has created YouTube videos.

Marguerite Fair-Kosciewicz is a member of Women in Film, the Hollywood Woman’s Club and the Downey Master-Mind Group. She is also the Director of Volunteers for the Active Actor’s Group in Burbank, CA.

Marguerite is staging the final reading with action for the play that she wrote and collaborated with Kevin Dobson star of Knots Landing and Kojak with for over a year. Kevin was kind enough to direct four versions of the play and he read for the character of Jack Dowkowski for the third reading, which took place at the Los Angeles Theatre Center in November 2011.

This is a play about Maggie Dowkowski who on her last day of life is able to create the miracle of healing for her broken family. We all have something in life we would like to do over. Your Late Mother will let you experience that feeling of healing. The play incorporates the blend of family drama peppered with humor as is the experience of life. Come to the play, experience the healing.

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