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Robert Chapel is professor of Drama and former chair (1990-2005) of the University of Virginia’s Department of Drama and has been with the Heritage Theatre Festival since 1987, first as a stage director, then as managing and stage director and, since 1995, as its producing artistic director. Bob also chaired the Virginia 2020 Commission on the Fine and Performing Arts. In addition, he has served as executive director of the Virginia Film Festival. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. Bob has directed over 120 plays and musicals and has acted in over 60 more in New York, Los Angeles, regional, and university theatre. He has produced over 200 productions during his career.
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Hosts Michelle Materre and Aisha Karefa-Smart broadcasts live from the MIST Theatre enjoying the grand opening of The My Image Studio Theatre (MIST) in Harlem, NY and the premiere of the film Otelo Burning. MIST Harlem (My Image Studios) is New York City’s long-anticipated new cultural entertainment center that’s poised to become a leading showcase for independent black and Latino cinema. Designed by A. Jay Hibbs of Hibbs Architects in Wappingers Falls, New York, MIST Harlem boasts 20,000 square feet with three state-of-the-art theaters-two with 92-seats each and a third with 164 seats to present film, music, live spoken word, and theater from African and Latino Diaspora. The new venue also features a 130-seat restaurant named Harvist, a lobby bar, as well as an outdoor bar and dining area.
OTELO BURNING also won the Golden Owl Audience Award for Best Film at Cinerama BC Brazil and Best South African Film at the Cape Winelands Film Festival.
Based on true events, the story unfolds as three teenage friends – Otelo, New Year, and Mandla – look for an escape through a time of turmoil in the township of Lamontville, South Africa and discover freedom through the joy of surfing. Shot in picturesque Durban, OTELO BURNING is a strikingly dynamic portrait of hope and growth for a group of proud adolescents and a nation itself.
The next film will be Elza. Elza is inspired by director Mariette Monpierre’s personal story of searching for her biological father in her native Guadeloupe. With a reported 50% of African American and Caribbean children estranged from their fathers, the issue that Monpierre addresses is a real one. In many cases, these communities have a history of slavery, while in others the father simply neglects his responsibilities. As the story unfolds, the deep-rooted
ELZA presents a breathtaking look at the troubling hardships that lay beneath the sun-kissed Caribbean island.
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PNN has expanded its format and its offering
You've heard the political beat, you've listen to activists over 500 Activists have joined us over the past three years.
We have now teamed up with Florida Media Labs to deliver more exciting content. We plan to bring you more of the arts - and fresh comedy and with the months ahead a cooking show, and a gardening show as well.
Tune in Thursday 7/17 at 2:30pm Eastern as we kick off the very first episode of PNN's Comedy theatre!
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Today S3prodctions ventures into new territory. Theatre promotions. The MHS Theatre Productions and Thespian Troupe #7389 Proudly Presents Neil Simon’s “The Good Doctor”.
The shows lead Director of the show John Avatefi and were talking about trying something new for our different venues when the idea popped up to promote “The Good Doctor” and be on the few High Schools to have their radio commercial to promote their productions. I, being one to always willing to try something new, agreed.
I hope to talk to Both Directors, Actors and of course my favorites the tech people
so on today's show I want to play Critic beacuse I can
I was fortunate enough to attend the Saturday night showing of the “Good Doctor “presented by the MHS Theatre Productions and Thespian troupe # 7389. All I can say is BRAVO, BRAVO. I really enjoyed the show especially act 7 “The Defenseless Creature” while I will not tell you the storyline let it suffice to say I have faced the “Defenseless Creature “many times in the last 12 years. The part of the show that hit me the most was the LOVE, Dedication, Time, and Hard work that a group of high school students using a minimum of props could take an American playwright’s show transform it into a Russian Theatre show. Again I say BRAVO.
Best Actor goes to Director John Avatefi who during the Final Curtain Call pretended to have strong Emotional ties with his actors and Thespians in saying good bye to his seniors. That was great Acting John “I am Mr. Spock, emotions are Illogical”
THANK YOU to the entire MHS Theatre Productions and Thespian troupe # 7389 for a great show
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This week is the first of our special guest host series. And who better to kick it off than country singer Mark Lorenz. We had a great old time talking with Mark about Stampede, country and a whole lot of music...and lots of laughs! And to top it off Mark plays us a special song from his upcoming album "New Mexico". If you want to learn more about Mark visit his website at www.marklorenz.ca
Also this week we have highlights from our upcoming video and visit to the Canadian Badlands Passion Play. What a fabulous show, definitely one for the bucket list. Be sure to check out our review on our website, facebook and twitter and keep an eye out for the video that includes interviews with cast, volunteers, audience etc. Show runs until July 27. For showdates and times go to www.canadianpassionplay.com
Interested in being a guest host or featured musician? Or have something interesting to share? Contact Karen at info@KultureShake.com or visit our website at www.kultureshake.com.
Hosts Marie Langlie and Beth Jacobson, will be joined by Deb Heim, a Doctor of Chiropractic who developed Orchid Mist Healing which is a catalyst for change and transformation. This healing energy technique is based, in part, on knowledge gained over twenty plus years in private practice as a Doctor of Chiropractic, training in Spring Forest Qigong, Esoteric Healing, Reiki, and various psychic development courses. Deb will be educating us on this technique and describing how it all works. Listeners may call in the 2nd half of the show with questions for Deb.
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Beth Jacobson 651-900-4136
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Radio Theatre Playhouse in the asylum tonight !