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Medicine Improv is a very physical form of creative expression. We draw on elements of play, improvisation, free-writing, music, meditation, Yoga, intention setting dance, ensemble building techniques, character and story creation, as well as movement exercises as a way of discovering the story that wants to emerge. This is a safe, open ended space where we are invited to awaken our creative being and come back to a natural sense of play, allowing for a story to emerge almost as if by accident. We use a variety of methods ranging from over the top comedic physical expression to more vulnerable internal heart/mind/body exploration as a way to find that depth of story together.
Developed by Asher Lyons, Medicine Theater bridges it's own unique physical style of play along with exercises and games first developed by Viola Spolin, (the internationally recognized originator of Chicago's The Second City Improv). Medicine Theater draws on elements of improv, ensemble building techniques, character and story creation, intention setting, meditation, and Yoga in order to liberate our body, tap into our intuitive knowing, and awaken our creative play which is our birthright; giving a voice back to the parts of us that have been voiceless.
Hello Family, & welcome back this week! We have an exciting discussion coming up tonight as we talk about Home Theater Design - from media room to styled theater. We also explain various ways of optimizing your home theater for movies or music to achieve its highest performance. And, we explain how acoustics play a major role in defining the space in order to achieve the ultimate cimematic experience.
Tune in with us tonight @ 10:30 pm
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Gary Blumsack talks the American Theater Channel on tonight's Rated G Radio!
The American Theater Channel is an online network dedicated to live stage theater! With a bevy of talented actors & celebrities collaborating with him on a wide range of productions, Gary will talk about his years in the theater and why its important to showcase live performances!
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Over the last 25 years, Gary has become one of th emost prolific and influential theater producers in Los Angeles. In the 70's, Gary created the National Theater for Children in Boston supported by Harvard University. In the 80's, he ran the Burbank Theatre Guild producing, directing and acting in dozens of productions. In the 90's, Gary crated both the Hudson Theatres and the Lillian Theatres, pioneering what is know as Theatre Row in Hollywood!
Gary's produced critically acclaimed plays like Sowetos Burning, Hell's Kitchen Ablaze and The Survivor.
As the Artistic Director of the Hayworth Theatre since 2004, Gary's presented acclaimed productions like Not A Genuine Black Man, Nowhere on the Border, The Good Steno, and Frank Sinatra F*#ked Up My Life, which he also directed.
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Pastor Terry K Anderson of Lilly Grove Missionary Baptist Church share a message of Wisdom That Works.
Hear the dynamic teachings of Reverend Terry K. Anderson, Senior Pastor of Lilly Grove Missionary Baptist Church and experience A Call To Joy.
I love to hear this preacher says, you going to help me preach this want you.
I will be speaking with Cathy Buck, owner of the Cameo Theater in St. Helena, Ca.. The Cameo is a local favorite and home of the Napa Valley Film Festival in St. Helena. Join us at 1 PM today!
Fatima Viegas is Executive Producer of the Westchester County, NY based Little Radical Theatrics, inc.
Broadway Favorite: "A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM"
Book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbert
Music by Stephen Sondheim
Production Directed by Michael Mirra
The final performance will be Sunday January 24th at 4 PM,
Joan Pincus Auditorium, Grinton Will Library, 1500 Central Avenue, Yonkers, NY
More infomation or reserve tickets: Call on 914589-1669
Segment hosted by Ken Kraetzer of Sons of the American Legion Radio
Margaret Studer, organizer of the Brewer's Grove Planting & Party in Riverside Park joined the show and was promptly introduced as someone else. (Great move, Greg.)
After a quick apology and a new introduction, Margaret graciously walked us through what we can expect this Saturday at Riverside Park from 1-6pm. You'll have a chance to meet the minds behind the 'Tree Beers' that Grand Rapidians have come to love. With over 18 breweries involved in the project, each releases a tree-themed beer in August and donates $1 per sale back to the Brewer's Grove Project.
This is a party and an open-container permit is in effect for the event, so you can bring a growler of brew from your favorite spot to enjoy, as well.
RSVP is required.
JOIN MAGENTA ASH AND CHUCKY AS WE COMB OVER THE UNIQUE EVIDENCE WE HAVE AT OUR FIRST TEAM INVESTIGATION AT ORANGE GROVE CEMETERY! WE NOT ONLY GOT EVIDENCE ON CAMERA AND AUDIO..WE GOT IT FROM THREE DIFFERENT RECORDING DEVICES! WE ALSO HAD TONS OF PERSONAL EXPERIENCES WE WANT TO TALK OVER. INTERESTED IN WATCHING THE EVIDENCE PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINK TO WATCH. DISCUSS AND SHARE!
914-205-5495 Is The Number to Listen In and Contribute! Rhonda Supreme and Comedian Will Wright are bringing to you conversation about all the upcoming events that we are involved with. There are a TON of them. If you want to attend and you want to win a prize or two or tickets, you need to be tuned in today! Tell all of your friends and family to listen in ! Also, we have a special guest at 2pm! Philadelphia Native Hip Hop Performer and award winning actress, Robin Hood/ Miriam A. Hyman! She is a descendant of both Singer Phyllis Hyman and Earl Hyman of the Cosby Show.She is currently performing at McCarter Theater in Princeton starring as Beatrice in "The Piano Lesson." She has many tv credits that I am sure you will be familiar with too! You will want to catch this interview and more. Log on and call in 914-205-5495 to Listen in!
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Join your Host of The Legacy of a Nation, Baba Ramisous Ma'at-Ra, in conversation with Ms. Linda Richardson, Pres. of The Uptown Entertainment & Development Corp. (UEDC). Learn more about what is planned for this historic icon in N. Philadelphia. This segment is followed by a critical commentary and discussion of the year-long Temple University PASCEP Task-Force meetings held to address the plethora of concerns and complaints from the community-at-large regarding the state of PASCEP (Fall 2008 - Fall 2015). Guests include: Moor Ali El, co-Chair of the PASCEP Community Action Council (PCAC) and Yumy Odom, Community Ambassador, et al...
Our guest today is a Philly girl, with Boston roots. Both her parents were teachers, who instilled in her at an early age, the love of travel, the arts, and learning. She majored in Education & Drama at Drexel University. After graduation she worked as an Associate Producer and Talent Coordinator at KYW-TV and freelanced at NBC News. She, also, continued her acting studies at the Walnut Street Theater and has appeared in numerous movies and commericals filmed locally in Philadelphia and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Jane currently co-hosts a Blog Talk Radio show with her best friend, Tosha called The Chit Chat Chicks Live… 3 years and still going strong.
She is an avid, self taught, photographer who finds beauty in everything. Her photographs are featured in her newest WordPress Blog “Perceptions” Photography by Jane. Her second blog, Symptoms of a Brain Cloud, is, what she calls her “venting” blog, where she writes about her life experiences. Jane has traveled throughout the US, regularly visiting her favorite cities, New York and LA. Her travels have, also, taken her to Mexico, Canada, Europe and the Middle East. She is an advocate for adoption, animal rescue and finding a cure for Multiple Sclerosis.
NYC based Comedian Nancy Lombardo, host a cornucopia of terrific guests. Nancy Lombardo has performed her unique comedy from coast to coast. TV credits include The Colin Quinn Show NBC, Saturday Night Live “All my Children” PBS, network and cable television Comedy Tonight, Nickelodeon and the Comedy Channel. She can be seen weekly on The Nancy Lombardo Show channel 56/83/34 NYC and live worldwide on WWW.MNN.ORG. She has written for Penthouse and Cracked magazine and created Ms. Quotable, a comic strip for Lady's Circle Magazine. Nancy was a winner of the Toyota Comedy Festivals "Laughter in Motion” and a Cable Arts Insight Comedy Award." Spot-lighted more than once in *Backstage, as both comedian/writer, she currently indulges her taste for the irreverent in her Stand Up Comedy and show, "Jazz Housewife." Nancy is creator of MOMEDY™, part of the International Mamapalooza Festival. She roasted Vincent Pastore of Soprano fame and is a member of The Friars Club. Her comedy and music is available at www.cdbaby.com/Artist/NancyLombardo
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Bruce Willis and Laurie Metcalf knock it out of the park, in this awesome edge of your seat show!
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