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The King of DC Media welcomes his old pal (and innagural guest), acting coach and playwright extraordinaire, John Pallotta to the Inside Acting Radio show, to talk about the exciting classes he's got coming in 2014 and the craft of acting. The show will be during one of his classes, with students dialing in!
The K.D.O.C. (King of DC Media) hosts a special 4th of July episode of the Inside Acting Radio Show. Guests will be Richmond, VA-based actor Wesley Insley who played on episodes 1, 8 and 10 of AMC's Turn ( and co-founder of ScratchOut Creations), Barry Stevens, Ben Franklin impersonator, and returning guest Dylan Hintz fo the DC Stunt Coalition, who has performed stunts in TURN!
Read more about Barry here: http://www.benfranklinprinter.com/
Check out Wesley's crazy YouTube videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pw1IJcWmdI
Happy Independence Day!
Trena Bolden Fields talks with Billie Jo Konze about acting and her recent article on www.minnesotaplaylist.com, Acting without pay: A one woman debate.
Billie Jo Konze is a stage and on-camera actor living in Minneapolis. Billie acts frequently, writes occasionally, works doing marketing for local theater companies including Off-Leash Area, and hopes to someday finish and publish the children's books she's begun writing. In July, Billie Jo will be playing a Pulcinella in Shadow Horse Theatre's production of the seldom-performed Clive Barker play Crazyface.
Actresses Dionne Audain and Shelia Cutchlow talk about their book "The Mid-Atlantic Talent Guide." Dionne talks about her appearances on Saturday Night Live.
Sheila Cutchlow is an actress and producer, known for Step Up (2006), Safehouse (2008) and Se habla español (2005).
Dionne Audain, who has recently been cast in Netflix's "Orange Is The New Black", is an emerging artist who began her career in the DC Metro area known for her passion, drive and dedication.
Having a BA in English (Literature & Rhetoric emphasis) and a Master's of Public Administration (MPA) from the number one program in the nation - The Maxwell School at Syracuse University, Ms. Audain's former life included consulting, budgeting and managing change in large government and private organizations averaging 70 hours a week.
After realizing that her drive and talent also had artistic inclinations, Ms. Audain set her sights on acting. Having "performed" since the age of two in pageants, dance troupes, story telling competitions, original poems and of course plays - she was a natural and force waiting to be unleashed.
During the last four years, under the tutelage of great teachers, coaches and training programs, she has accomplished an impressive resume with local, regional and national credits in theater, film, television, voice-overs and print.
Your host, William Powell, the KDOC (King of DC Media) welcomes for the second time, Brian Dragonuk, the creator of Dragonukconnects.com, the premiere actor's job board in the DMV.
The King of DC Media welcomes back Corey Williams the creator\producer of the action-adventure Badass Assasins, which follows a gang of female assasins who prey on sex offenders, and the cast of the film, which includes: Dawn Hoff, Momo Nakamura, Marlena Neal, Ivelisse Torres, Melanie Kurstin.
Williams also directed the documentary the DMV Truth: Indie Film Artists, which follows the careers of DC, Maryland and Virginia area filmmakers.
Listen to Williams' previous guest turn on Inside Acting here.
Read about the DMV Truth: Indie Film Artists here.
Vincent Genna is a world-renowned powerful psychic healer, respected spiritual teacher, and dynamic vibrant speaker who provides the clarity and inspiration to provide spiritual healing and help you stop stopping yourself!
Vincent’s 29 years of experiences as a performer, metaphysician, and psychotherapist, along with his intuitive abilities, the wisdom gained from the dying, and his all-loving, compassionate approach make Vincent a highly effective enlightened messenger, dynamic speaker, and an internationally beloved spiritual teacher. He has appeared on national television, radio and print in such outlets as WNBC, WRAL-FM, WDCG-FM, Living in Style Magazine, Rational-Optimisim.com, MotivationalSpeakers.com, TheExpertSpeakers.com, and InspireMeToday.com
Born and raised in New York, Vincent currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his family. Very happily married for 34 years, he has two wonderful children, an amazing daughter-in-law, and two beautiful grandchildren. He has boldly transformed his own life. A gifted leader, he is ready and uniquely qualified to help you transform your life.
Vincent dedicates all his talents to inspire your self-belief and to empower you to use all your Divine gifts to fulfill your dreams and create the life you want.
THE NATIONAL COUNCIL ON TEACHER QUALITY
THE STATE OF TEACHER PREPARATION TODAY
NCTQ are the movers and shakers in the world of teacher preparation. Our guest is President Kate Walsh
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About the author: Michael Mirdad is a world-renowned spiritual teacher, healer, and author. He has worked as a healer and spiritual counselor for over 30 years and is the author of the best-selling books You’re Not Going Crazy. . . You’re Just Waking Up!, An Introduction to Tantra and Sacred Sexuality, and Healing the Heart & Soul. Michael has facilitated thousands of classes, lectures, and workshops throughout the world on Mastery, Spirituality, Relationships, and Healing, and is commonly referred to as a “teacher’s teacher” and a “healer’s healer.”
Michael Mirdad has been featured as a keynote speaker in the world’s largest expos and conferences and has been on radio, television, and various internet programs. His work has been published in several leading magazines including Whole Self Times, Sedona Journal, and Yoga Journal, as well as the cover feature in Evolve magazine. Michael Mirdad is respected as one of the finest and most diverse healers of our time and well-known for his ability to share the deepest teachings in a clear, applicable manner.
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Annette Richardson is a Senior Advisor and Acting Chief of Office of the United Nations Office for Partnerships (UNOP).
In that capacity, Ms. Richardson focuses on building strategic activities and facilitates the establishment of linkages and development of long-term relationships with private sector partners, high net-worth individuals, social investors and foundations. Responsible for public affairs and external relations, Ms. Richardson implements global multi-stakeholder advocacy and outreach campaigns in support of the UN Secretary General global development priorities and the Millennium Development Goals, toward 2015 and beyond.
In 2005, Ms. Richardson founded Richardson Rogers and Associates LLC, a New York and Washington, DC based consulting firm which counsels clients on public-private partnerships, cause marketing campaigns and resource mobilization. Prior to launching her venture, Ms. Richardson was Director of International Relations for the New York City 2012 Olympic Bid Committee. She also served as Chief of Staff to the Chairman and CEO of Vivendi Universal (1999-2002).
Ms. Richardson is an Honorary Ambassador of the University for Peace (UPeace). She was awarded the 2010 Global Citizen Award and the 2010 Professional Woman of the Year Award by the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW).
We assume that all adults who serve as teachers, coaches and other personel who work with youth are mature enough to appropriately handle relationships with children. However, some people abuse their authority and force children to accept being publicly demeaned, degraded, humiliated, and embarrassed. Don't our children have the right to be respected? What are we teaching them when we bully them just because we can? Do all adults understand the difference between being a firm leader and being a bully when it comes to shaping children's behavior? Recently, several children who complained about feeling uncomfortable when made to watch a movie and participate in a discussion on same sex marriage were harshly reprimanded by the teacher for not wanting to participate in the conversation. Should a student's feelings about not discussing sex or religion be dismissed by teachers? What kinds of public reprimands are considered insults, and is there a line teachers should not cross? How should a parent address this issue?
THE CENTER FOR TEACHING QUALITY presents
TEACHER POWERED SCHOOLS
Teacher Leader Lori Nazzareno on designing a Teacher Powered School
Presented by KNOWLEDGE WORKS www.knowledgeworks,org @worldoflearning
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