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Applied Improvisation and Product Design
Applying improvisation to communication, teamwork and leadership has received a lot of business press lately. Improvisation principles can also be used in marketing areas including product design and usability. Join me Oct 23rd when we chat to Jessie Shternshus, a fellow Applied Improv Network member, about how improv principles can improve design.
As the founder and owner of The IMPROV EFFECT, Jessie weds her lifelong passion for and expertise in applied improvisation with the fast paced demands of the corporate world. In her classes she helps people become better listeners, team players, leaders, and communicators. Her physically engaging and playful workshops are relevant to all fields of life; participants of her workshops vary from college professors to engineers and from web developers to lawyers. Jessie gained her formal education at USF and NYU. Throughout her career she has worked with Fortune 500 companies and companies such as CBS, Johnson & Johnson, Expedia, Getty Images and Celgene.
This episode of "Stage Right" looks at the 2012 Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia. What were the plays produced? Were the actos/playwrights conservatives? What's the difference between "Republican" and "Conservative"? Most importantly: how did they get away with it? Can we reproduce such festivals all over the country? And--can we get to a point where we do not have to? Join us as we applaud the bravery of Cara Blouin, the festival producer.
Picking up where we left off last week, today's episode will continue our review of the 2012 Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia. We will look at the plays and the playwrights--who may or may not be "conservative" (were they "playing" at being conservative just to get produced?) -- and wonder why the festival was called "Republican" rather than "conservative." Join us as we ponder that very important question and don't forget to call in or write to "Stage Right" to have your voice heard!
The first ever live edition of the Total Soccer Show was recorded at the Coalition Theater in Richmond, Virginia.
Laura, Albert, Daryl and Taylor debated Liverpool vs Manchester United, played trivia games with audience members and closed the show with the Wikipieda Game.
Thanks to the American Outlaws Richmond Chapter and Strictly Soccer for providing prizes, and huge thanks to everyone who attended.
This episode of "Stage Right" (the show that looks for conservative voices in the theatre) will focus on the 2012 Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia. What were the plays and are they truly conservative? Are the playwrights right of center (like the rest of the country) or did they write something that seems conservative just to win a contest? How is "Republican" defined? We'll also take a peek at the work posted to LibertyIsland.com, a site that posts conservative and libertarian writings. Join us!
Misha Whirlwind and Gina Citoli are the directors of New Earth Music and New Earth Theater respectively and they will be sharing their powerful vision regarding what entertainment can truly be and how it can transform the world!
New Earth Music: A planetary movement towards creative expression in harmony with all life on earth. “One Earth, One Vibration". Conceptualiser & Director: Misha Whirlwind.
New Earth Theater: A stage for performances that inspire the highest expression of self and an elevated vision for planet earth. Director: Gina Citoli
A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry
November 6-8, 2014 | Season Opener
$15 Advance Online via SmartTix
$20 Box Office | Call 646-406-1546
Thursday, November 6 at 7:30 PM
Friday, November 7 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, November 8 at 7:30 PM
Erie Theater Company
1617 E. 26th St.
Erie , Pennsylvania 16510
(Pear St. and Camphausen Ave.)
This groundbreaking play starred Sidney Poitier, Claudia McNeill, Ruby Dee and Diana Sands in the Broadway production which opened in 1959.
Set on Chicago’s South Side, A Raisin in the Sun revolves around the divergent dreams and conflicts within three generations of the Younger family: son Walter Lee, his wife Ruth, his sister Beneatha, his son Travis and matriarch Lena, called “Mama”.
Winner of the NY Drama Critic’s Award as Best Play of the Year
“Pivotal play in the history of the American Black theatre.” —Newsweek
“A milestone in the American Theatre.” —Ebony
Let's talk about dance tonight!
Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com welcomes Kanu Dance Theater members Jessica St-Vil Ulysse and Maxine Montilus. Kanu Dance Theater will bring us the dance concert 'Malgré Tout" in Jamaica, Queens, NY on November 15 in honor of Bataille de Vertières.
Keeping with the Haitian dance theme, we will also be joined by Nadia Dieudonné who will tell us about her dance workshop at Cumbe in Brooklyn this Saturday at 5PM.
Learn more at www.kiskeacity.com.
Get ready for the most fun you'll have anywhere during the next hour of your life!
Tonight's Special Guest Star: Matthew Anderson of The Theater People web series! Matthew writes, produces and directed season 1 of this brilliant series on the dramatic, comedic and wacky antics of putting on a local theater program in Minnesota! Everyone who's seen season 1 has LOVED the writing and acting, and now it's time to get a season 2 put together. Matthew tells us what's involved in putting this together and how YOU can become part of this exciting experience!
Like the Theater People's Facebook fan page by clicking here!
To see the Theater People web series click here!
DONATE to the Season 2 Kickstarter Campaign to produce MORE Theater People by clicking here!
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He's chatted with Cena, caused chaos with Korra, and caught'em all with Ketchum, but the next installment of The Dennis Daniel Show will take him to a place he's never been before.....THE NOT TO DISTANT FUTURE (This Monday A.D.)
Next time on The Dennis Daniel Show, we welcome actor/comedian and one of the stars of the iconic movie riffing series, "Mystery Science Theater 3000," Michael J. Nelson.
Michael is best known as one of the hosts of the popular movie-riffing television series and known for her other roles on the series, including Jack Perkons and most noted, Torgo.
Join Dennis as he talks with Mike about working on the iconic TV series, his new works with the popular "Rifftrax" series, and his latest project, "Total Riff," which airs on the National Geographic Channel THIS MONDAY.
Join us for a special Christmas edition of The Dennis Daniel Show, and to all our viewers, "Just repeat to yourself "It's Just A Show, I Should Really Just Relax." "
MONDAY, DECEMBER 15TH at 12PM NOON EST on BlogTalkRadio.