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On this edition of the Open Stage, Michelle will interview the new facilitator for the SAW Songwriter’s Toolbox, Karl Straub. Karl is a performing songwriter with a variety of groups and teaches private music lessons. With his former band, The Graverobbers, he recorded 5 albums of his original songs. Several local groups including Last Train Home, Little Pink, and The Grandsons have also recorded Karl’s songs. In 2013, he co-wrote a musical called “Hangtown Dancehall” with Eric Brace. The soundtrack to the musical was released in 2013 and is available from Red Beet Records, Eric Brace's Nashville-based label. The musical was inspired by the California Gold Rush. It debuted in Nashville and has been performed at the Birchmere in Alexandria. In this interview, we'll talk about Straub’s musical background and his vision for the Songwriter’s Toolbox. We'll also play some of Karl's music. Straub’s first Songwriter’s Toolbox workshop will be held Saturday, January 24th, at the Surge, 1988 Kirby Road, McLean, VA 22101, from 10am-12:30pm. The Songwriter’s Toolbox will continue each 4th Saturday of the month throughout the year. For more information on the Toolbox, visit the SAW website
Here at "Stage Right"--the show that seeks the conservative voice in theatre--we are pleased and excited to have as our special guest playwright Ludmilla Bollow! Ludmilla's play, "Battle Hymn," was featured at the Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia in 2012. Listen in as Ludmilla talks about her play, about the Festival, and about the state of conservative theatre in general. Feel free to call into the show at (347) 884-9659 or write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't miss our conversation with this fascinating artist!
This episode of "Stage Right"--the show that asks the question, "where are the conservative voices of the theatre?"--examines the question of literary studies and their link to a conservative world view. We'll also continue our look at CJ Ehrlich's "Spare Some Change" and Walt Vail's "Downsizing: The Undercoat Man," both featured in the 2012 Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia. Please join us or, better still, call us and be heard! Our number is (347) 884-9659 or write to me at email@example.com. I want to hear from you!
The Charles Sneed Group & Holiday Inn Opryland Airport present "Marriage For All Seasons" (February 13-14, 2015 Day & Evening Sessions)
A powerful title with a powerful message. Listen to the show to hear what it's all about. People all over are asking for this conference and you can too! Call-in with your questions and talk with Charles Sneed.
Mr. Ray Quick, Writer & Producer and Mr. Adiyb Muhammad, Co-Producer partners with the Washington Regional Transplant Community to bring you a powerful Stage Play "He's Not Mine She's Not Mine". The multi-talented Ray Quick, brings family reality to the stage. This heartfelt narrative delivers a riveting performance with a dual story-line highlighting a young child’s battle with severe kidney disease and need for a lifesaving organ transplant, coupled with the challenges and struggles of a blended family. The play is structured to facilitate awareness and communication about the incredible need for lifesaving organs in this country.
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Join CityLights first show of the year! Starting a new show, new venture, new ideas and great conversation! Join me as we begin talks about violence, empowerment, and how community holds the key. I look forward to telling you all the new direction in my life and I look forward to having you all join me on this new journey. Please join in! Setting the Stage will begin at 3:00 pm MST right here...on CityLights.
Many of us are sitting on a gold mine and don't even know it. It's our ability to network, build relationships and leverage this into building our net worth.
We have great networks to draw from, alumni networks, church networks, professional networks, our children's school networks, parent's and sibling's network, even gym networks. At first, we get so excited about being part of these groups and being part of something wonderful, personally or professionally, but too many times we find ourselves leaving corporate meetings, dinners, pool parties, children’s functions, and random events empty handed and missing out on opportunities because we didn’t know how to build rapport and leverage our connections. We didn't know how to network.
Join Chloé Taylor Brown, host of Bread-Winning Moms with Chloé and Chanlél Thompson, Director of Client Relations at Sweet Job Spot as we explore fun, step-by-step techniques and ideas to improve our networking and relationship building skills and how to set ourselves up to create and find the career of our dreams!
Chloé Taylor Brown is the host of Bread-Winning Moms with Chloé, an international radio show and podcast, she’s a three time author, women and girl’s life coach & mentor and a lifestyle model. Her books are available at Amazon.com. Connect with Chloé @ChloeTBrown
Lisa Hendey talks about how moms can help one another and strengthen their relationships; John Bender talks about the life lessons he's learned as a Millenial, and what the job market and the economy look like to him and his friends; Sean tackles the question of material cooperation with evil.
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.
Today, working women and breadwinning moms are leveraging their passions, goals and natural gifts into more sustainable, harmonious relationships and life experiences. We're creatin drastic life make-overs that suit us and our spirit. The arena doesn't matter, as long as it's germane to who we want to become...from corporate mavericks, network marketing gurus, real estate and home flippers, to lifestyle models and video marketing experts; we're code switching, career shifting and blazing a trail.
Join host, Chloé Taylor Brown with Montina Portis, breadwinning mom, wife, Amazon Best-Selling Author, YouTube sensation and advisor to smart entrepreneurs and small business owners. We're also connecting with Chantél Thompson of Sweet Job Spot, where job seekers, employers and opportunities meet.
Most people make career shifts or job changes five to seven times over the course of their life?
Chloé Taylor Brown, host of Bread-Winning Moms with Chloé IS an author, women and girl’s mentor and a lifestyle model. Her books are available at Amazon.com. Connect with Chloé @ChloeTBrown
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!
A light, fun, evening show with single moms calling in and telling their stories. I will have some of my single moms on with me. We will make you laugh. cry tears of joy and being touched by the stories of our lives. Living in the moment, sharing a gem moment, and capturing it the clouds so it will always be.
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