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  • 00:35

    Broadway Actress Laura Osnes

    in Entertainment

    Host Erika Finn talks with Broadway actress Laura Osnes about pranks during Broadway's Cinderella, dealing with the closing of Broadway's Bonnie and Clyde, and appearing as Julie Jordan right now in Chicago Lyric Opera's production of Carousel.

  • 01:27

    ShowTime Synergy – EP 05 – Broadway Magic

    in Television

    In Episode 05 of ShowTime Synergy TFG1Mike, LadyWreck, and BeatlesDiva give you their thoughts on the next three episodes of Jem and the Holograms! This week we browse through The Rock Fashion Book, and then we get that Broadway Magic, as we are In Search of the Stolen Album!! So get truly outrageous with us here ...

  • 00:30

    Marishka Phillips - Broadway Actress - Director

    in Radio

    MARISHKA S. PHILLIPS


    Broadway actress, accomplished director, and thespian guru, Marishka S. Phillips is an actor’s actor with an extraordinary wealth of talent.


    A native of Brooklyn, New York, Marishka began performing at age of eight, and by the time she was thirteen, was cast in the European tour of Raisin, a musical version of the popular play A Raisin In The Sun. Upon graduating from Springfield Gardens High School, Marishka honed in on her skills at the prestigious Alvin Ailey School of Dance, the Broadway Dance Center, and Fordham University, where she studied theater arts.


    Marishka’s big break came at the age of nineteen when the budding actress landed a feature role in the Broadway musical, Uptown: It’s Hot. Directed by the legendary Maurice Hines, Marishka found her niche on stage, and would go on to star in a host of other musicals, including Bubblin’ Brown Sugar, FAME: The Musical, The Wiz, and The Me Nobody Knows.


    During a quick stint in Los Angeles, in 1991, Marishka made the move to television, scoring bit parts on the last two seasons of The Cosby Show and it’s spin-off A Different World, but by 1997, Marishka found herself back on stage, and spent the next ten years touring Europe in big budget plays and musicals. Covering over eight countries, Marishka performed various roles in productions such as Tribute to the Blues Brothers, Ludwig: The Musical, and Teatro Piazzo. In between stage work, in 2002, Marishka released a musical recording on Hinterland Records entitled The Hike, and in 2007, released At The Waterfront on Mole Listening Pearls. Under the mentorship of renowned acting coach, Susan Batson, Marishka returned to New York and continued studying the are of acting.

  • 00:55

    Wrestling It Factor Radio Ken Broadway interview 4/9/15

    in Wrestling

    The interview of Ken Broadway.Hosted by Wayne Benitez.

  • 00:47

    720 Degree Tennis - Broadway Tennis Center-New Facility Serving Underserved

    in Sports

    this is a rebroadcast of a show, that required sound editing.  



    Horacio and Anne Matta discuss their vision for this new facility to open April 1st. Meet the crew at Broadway Tennis Center, Burlingame, CA a facility to serve the the underserved, and the community at large.


    Sponsors: Baron Fig, Bones Original USA, Pacific Racquets


    Bill Patton is “The Most Inquisitive Tennis Pro in the World.” and if you think it might be you, Bill says “Why do you say that?” So that he can go ahead by one point.  Bill is a 26 year veteran of the Tennis Industry. He is a USPTA Elite / PTR / MTM Tennis Professional.  Bill still does some private and high school coaching but now has shifted his focus to Writing, and Tennis Products that make the game better for others.  Bill's Amazon Book Page. You can follow Bill on Twitter,  Facebook, and WordPress


     



     


     

  • 01:00

    Spartan Life: An Interview with Anthony Stockard

    in Education

    Norfolk State University, home of the mighty Spartans, is now on blogtalk radio. Each week, the communications and marketing team and its partners (faculty, staff, students, alumni, and business and community leaders) will bring you guests from across the university community to talk about special events, news, trending topics and more. In our debut episode, we're interviewing Mr. Anthony Stockard, director of the NSU Theatre Department. Stockard's last productions including "Dream Girls" has brought rave reviews from the campus and Hampton Roads communities. NSU's Theatre Department has been re-engergized under his direction.


    Follow us on blogtalk radio, NSU on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for new episodes of Spartan Life.


     

  • 00:31

    The Rink - Podcast (at Tampa Bay Lightning Game 6)

    in Sports

    This Rink Podcast is the game 3 post game of the Eastern Conference Finals Stanley Cup  between our NY Rangers and the Tampa Bay Lightning.  This will focus on the in game action between the BlueShirts and the Bolts.  What does this do for Game 3 for both teams win or lose?  Where do the NY Rangers go from here?  In addition of the game 3 action, a light recap of what occurred in the prior game game.  What will be the outlook for the rest of the series going forward?


    Facebook: The Bleed Blue Show

    Twitter:  @BleedBlueShow

    Instagram:  @BleedBlueShow

    www.bleedblueshow.com, bleedblueshow@gmail.com

  • 00:42

    Terry Burrus - Songwriter, Pianist, Musical Living Legend

    in Entertainment

    Terry Burrus performs a wide variety of music from the grooves of house and techno to traditional jazz to classical to R&B Soul genres. Terry Burrus can take it even further with hard groove and dance tracks that's being featured on his forthcoming album. Burrus strives to create musical projects that can be described as tasteful and enjoyable. But it was not always the case for the pianist in the beginning. Alot of years, training and learning made him a visionary. Studying Beethoven, Dvorak, Grieg, Mozart, Chopin, he is also deeply rooted in Soul, Jazz, Gospel, and dwells deep in Electronica. Making home between Europe and the United States, his musical journey becomes more exciting and challenging when working with new and exciting people in different genres.The musical versatility is due to the many artists and recordings Terry has worked on as well as his extensive worldwide travels and experiences for years.The native New Yorker learned the piano at age five and became a church organist at Washington Temple in Brooklyn, New York by the time he was seven growing up in that church alongside singers, James" D Train" Williams, Ronnie Dyson and the Reverend Al Sharpton. Terry Burrus studied with Sticks Evans his musical mentor teacher in Junior High School and it was there where Terry put together his Junior High School band as a guitarist which he got quite proficient on and also as a keyboardist. The band would play locally in New York including the prestigious Lincoln Center Performing Arts Center, performing jazz,soul,r&b and Broadway classics. He attended the La Guardia School of Music And Art in New York City diving further into jazz and formal studies and absorbing the concepts of arrangement and counterpoint, he excelled so fast as a musician that by the time he was sixteen he was touing with Jean Carne, Lenny White, Michael Urbaniak, Tom Browne, Melba Moore and others...

  • 02:06

    Monifah Carter live MRTR

    in Pop Culture

    Celebrating Over 150 Episodes!


    Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti


    #MyRealTalkRadio interviews Singer/Song writer: Monifah.


    R&B diva Monifah grew up in Spanish Harlem in the midst of a musical family, who encouraged her to work in several musicals while at an early age. With the experience she gained singing, Monifah signed a contract with MCA and released her self-titled album in 1995. The following year, her single "I Miss You (Come Back Home)" became an R&B hit. Her second album, Moods...Moments, was released on MCA's Uptown subsidiary in May 1996. The Top Ten single "Touch It" made 1998's Mo'hogany her biggest album hit, and two years later she followed with Home.


    Her new single "One Moment" is available on iTunes NOW!!!


    www.Facebook.com/MyRealTalkRadio 


     

  • 01:03

    Ernest Thomas - Exclusive Interview - Thur, May 21, 2015 - 5:00pm PST

    in Music

    Ernest Lee Thomas (born March 26, 1949) is an American actor. He was born in Gary, Indiana. He is best known for his role as Roger "Raj" Thomas on the 1970s ABC sitcom What's Happening!!, and its 1980s syndicated sequel, What's Happening Now!!, and for his recurring role as Mr. Omar on Everybody Hates Chris.Thomas began his professional acting career as a Broadway actor, appearing in the 1974 revival production of Love for Love and in the 1975 revival of The Member of the Wedding. Both shows starred actress Glenn Close. Shortly after he moved to LA to pursue a career as a TV/film actor. In the fall of 1975 he received a role on an episode of The Jeffersons. It was during the taping of the show that he learned of an audition for the upcoming comedy sitcom What's Happening!!, loosely based on the 1975 film Cooley High. He eventually went on to win the role of Roger "Raj" Thomas on the show, which aired from 1976 to 1979.


     


    During the show's run, Thomas was involved in other acting film and TV projects including Baretta, Roots, The Brady Bunch Hour and the film A Piece of the Action starring Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby. Though the series rated well, What's Happening!! was cancelled after its third season in the early spring of 1979.

  • 00:28

    Interview with Don Minenger

    in Motivation

    Don Minenger started out in modeling when he was 27 years old but after dealing with some disappointments and frustrating circumstances he decided to give it up. He gave up on the whole industry and decided to concentrate on raising his kids. It was not until June 2011 that an agency reached out to him and offered to help him get back into the industry, he was very hesitant to accept and told them he would call them back. He spent two weeks thinking about it, he decided to sign with them for six months and they told him that if they could not find any work for him within those six months that they could dissolve the contract. He waited and nothing came through and it made him depressed and he told himself that this is not for me. He received a call from a lady named Theresa that was producing an off-Broadway show in New York City. He landed the role and went on to work with her from 2011 to present in four of her productions. He also did another off-Broadway play with another very talented producer and writer named Nisi Newsom. Then he was discovered by an upcoming film director by the name of Nevaughn Brown. In between him doing plays back in 2012, he worked with Mr. Brown on a film called (Love Like This) and is currently working with him on some other projects. They are also in partnership with a magazine called (The Everyday Girl Magazine). He is currently writing a sitcom called (The Family) and also working on writing his first off-Broadway play called (Am I My Brothers’ Keeper). He is also looking to do some workshops for children that want to learn about the business the right way.