• 00:31

    Music Monday with Julia Breanetta Simpson on Word of Mom Radio

    in Women

    The fabulous Julia Breanetta Simpson is back on Word of Mom Radio sharing music from her Christmas Extravaganza this Saturday and her upcoming show in February called "How Sweet The Sound." Breanetta Productions honors and celebrates contributions made to society and world culture by African Americans. We provide affordable access to the arts for a diverse audience by presenting performances and cultural events in schools, libraries, theatres, churches, festivals and other community venues.


    Julia has had the good fortune to perform throughout the Tri-State area in her one-woman shows Harlem On My Mind and How Sweet The Sound. She has appeared around the country at Regional, Dinner and Stock Theatres in such productions as Ain't Misbehavin', Dreamgirls, For Colored Girls, One Mo' Time, Purlie, Tintypes, and When The Nightingale Sings. She has appeared in various Off-Broadway Theatres and Cabaret venues in New York City. Julia is a proud member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA and M.A.C Julia is a nationally elected Councilor of Actor's Equity Association and co-chair of its Equal Employment Opportunity Committee.


    Join us for a 30 minute show and welcome Julia to the Word of Mom Radio sponsor family. She will be joining our Mompreneur Marketplace in the next few weeks.


    Be sure to connect with us on Facebook and Twitter and Google+ and email dori@wordofmomradio.com for information on how to be a guest on WoMRadio.


    Word of Mom Radio - sharing the wisdom of women.
     

  • 01:01

    Artists' Lives and Careers

    in Culture

    Career Coaching for Artists' David J. Diamond welcomes The Dramatist Guild's Gary Garrison as his special guest on December 10th, 2014. Gary is the playwright's best friend. Hear how he has crafted his own career and how he works with playwrights so they can maximize their opportunities to get their voices heard. Listen live and call in with questions or comments during the show. 


    Gary Garrison is a playwright and author, as well as the Executive Director for Creative Affairs of the Dramatists Guild of America. The former Artistic Director and Division Head of Playwriting for the Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing at the Tisch School of the Arts, he continues working with graduate playwrights each semester as an active faculty member. As a guest artist and lecturer, he has traveled throughout the country speaking to hundreds of playwrights in college and university programs, small and large theatres and playwrights organizations. Each summer he heads a national playwriting intensive hosted at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. In 2005, Gary was named Outstanding Teacher of Playwriting by the Association for Theatre in Higher Education.


    David J. Diamond is a director, career coach, activist-artist and professor. He was recently certified as an Advanced Transformative Coach and was awarded for his Community Service by Theatre of the Oppressed New York City. He currently teaches or guest lectures at Columbia University, Yale School of Drama, DePaul University, University of Memphis and others. He is a US Delegate to the International Theatre Institute and a Fulbright Specialist is Theatre. 

  • 00:15

    Are you ready for the 50 Shades phenomena again?

    in Spirituality

    The movie 50 Shades of Grey is coming to theatres in a couple of months-are you ready?

  • 00:31

    A chat with director and playwright Rob Urbinati

    in Entertainment

    The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes playwright Rob Urbinati, who wrote the farcical British play Death By Design, which pays homage to both Noel Coward and Agatha Christie. William, who is producing the play at Greenbelt Arts Center, also welcomes various cast and crew members from the show, which runs until November 23rd. (Find out more at Greenbelt Arts Center. Read a review here.)


    Read more about Rob here (from http://queenstheatre.org/rob-urbinati):


    Rob is a freelance director and playwright based in New York City, and Director of New Play Development at Queens Theatre, where he curates the Immigrant Voices Project. He has directed at the Public Theatre, Culture Project, Abingdon Theatre, Classic Stage Company, Pearl Theatre, Queens Theatre, Lincoln Center Directors Lab, NYCFringe, New York Music Theatre Festival, New York University and theatres and universities across the country.


    Rob’s first play as a writer, Hazelwood Jr. High, was directed by Scott Elliott for the New Group. The play is published by Samuel French.  Miss Julie in Hollywood, his adaptation of the Strindberg play, was presented at the 78th Street Theatre Lab. His new play, Death by Design, opened in Houston in September 2011. His adaptation of Cole Porter’s Nymph Errant opens in New York City in July 2012.


    Rob has developed various projects for Disney Creative Entertainment, served on the Lark Theatre Playwrights Week Selection Committee, and contributed material for “Breaking the Silence, Beating the Drum,” the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery at the United Nations. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, and the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.

  • 02:03

    Illuminati Exposed Radio - Episode 21 - Ukraine, Iran, Liberia - Latest info

    in Politics

    Today on Illuminati Exposed Radio, hosts Matthew Letter and Kimberly Clausen will be covering current events in major theatres of world events right now.
    We'll be looking at the current crisis in the Ukraine. Next we will talk about th state of affairs in Liberia regarding the Ebola outbreak and aftermath. Following that we will look at what is going on in Iran.

  • 01:00

    Power Points of Victory

    in Self Help

    7 Nov/2014 Topic: “Not Everyone Should be in Your Front Row” >>>Call in number is 347-237-4648 to listen by phone or speak to the Host…(text direct via 754-246-7268). Theatres have front row, balcony and rear seats. Position yourself for better success by repositioning your associations. Some people don’t bring anything to the table and should not even be in your theatre. Listen for more on this topic.

  • 00:41

    RHeart's Night At The Movies w/Steve Tom

    in Entertainment

    Dumb and Dumber was one of Jim Carrey's and Jeff Daniel's most successful films, so it was a no-brainer there would be sequel and "Dumb and Dumber To" is set to hit theatres across the nation on November 14. Tonight, I'll chat with co-star Steve Tom about his experience on set, as well as how the premiere went last night.  Join me for RHeart's Movie NIght! 

  • 02:00

    NMEMINDZ: Kill the Messenger - CIA, Crack & the Black Community

    in Education

    Please join Professor Griff & ZaZa Ali as we take a look at the movie currently in theatres, "Kill the Messenger" - Dealing with the CIA, Crack Cocaine and the Black Community. We'll also be dissecting the work of Gary Webb, author of "Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion." Let's take a look at the war in Nicauragua & how the US government decimated generations of Black Communiites by funneling drugs & guns for profit.... Who is the real Freeway Ricky Ross & what's his connection? The call in # 347-633-9644. 8pm EST / 5pm PST. Peace.
     

  • 03:39

    Live: Honoring John Holt Jamaica's Reggae Icon (11 July 1947 – 19 October )

    in Music

    John Kenneth Holt (11 July 1947 – 19 October 2014) was a reggae singer and songwriter who first found fame as a member of The Paragons before establishing himself as a solo artist.Holt was born in Kingston in 1947. By the age of twelve, he was a regular entrant in talent contests run at Jamaican theatres by vere Johns He recorded his first single in 1963 with "I Cried a Tear" for record producer Leslie Kong, and also recorded duets with Alton Ellis. He achieved prominence in his home country as lead singer of  The Paragans and they cut a succession of singles for Duke Reid at his Treasure Isle Studio and enjoyed a string ofhits, including "Ali Baba", "Tonight", "I See Your Face", and the Holt penned "The Tide is High" (later made famous by Blondie and also covered by Atomic Kitten). "Wear You to the Ball" was another of his hits with The Paragons, and hit the charts again when U-Roy added a Deejay verse to it. During his time with the Paragons, he also recorded solo material for Studio one (including "Fancy Make-up", "A love I can feel", "Let's Build Our Dreams" and "Ok Fred") and Prince Buster ("Oh Girl", and "My Heart Is Gone")

  • 01:01

    LIVE! with Cathi---Acting Your Age!

    in Fitness

    LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION...


    Mark Twain said..."Age is a matter of the mind, if you don't mind, it doesn't matter!"


    I love Vivaldi...The Four Seasons...Winter, the 2nd-3rd acts of our lives...hmmm, I see winter as the springtime of my life, climbing higher on the path of life which has no end only new beginnings, new opportunities, new portals and vistas to enter to explore and that's what a group of retired Professional Actors have embraced, their fire-in-the-belly desire to stay involved during their so-called "retirement."


    It's a group of Chicago members of the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists who've had illustrious careers.


    STAY TUNED...


    Acting in five live shows a year...etc.


    Players/Actors read from scripts...etc.


    The appeal---intergenerational...etc.


    Senior Theatres in the Spotlight...etc.


    'IT'S NEVER TOO LATE!"

  • 02:13

    BEI TEMPI RISTORANTE ITALIANO & NON-PROFIT THURSDAY

    in Art

    Today's show 8.21.14


    On the August 21st, a broadcasting of the Loisirslit’s Non-Profit Thursday Radio Show benefiting local and national non-profits. In addition to showcasing some of our city’s brightest movers and shakers in literacy, arts, theatre, music, fashion, and healthy living. Our guests today include Lloyd Dennis of Silverback Society, this is an organization that develops the capacity to recruit, train, motivate, support, coordinate and build teams of volunteers to serve in schools, here in NOLA and perhaps across America to help break the cycle of poverty and violence that is the result of un-led children.


    Additionally, we have the honor of chatting with Gordon Russell of The New Orleans Advocate. Mr. Russell is the managing editor of investigations at The New Orleans Advocate and was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team that covered Hurricane Katrina. Also joining Loisirslit today is KatzKouture’s Kathleen Pichon. Kathleen Pichon is a Stylist who considers herself to be “Challenging, Fashionista, Intriguing,& Glamorous.” Our theatre spotlight is Director of Operations Eric Kullander from Southern Theatres.


    And today we are accompanied with our talented guest co-host Eileen Carter and our resident band and Dj BLacK PeaRl.


     

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