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Today's show continues our look at the introductory theatre textbook "The Art of Theatre: Then and Now." This book presents, in my opinion, a decidedly left-wing, propagandistic view of theatre and makes some rather specious and negative assumptions about American culture. Listen in and let me know if you agree--or even disagree (dissent is the highest form of patriotism unless you're a conservative)--by calling me or emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll also talk about a piece of performance art I saw on a college campus and its obligatory smear on Republicans.
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With there only being a handful of African American filmmakers and producers in Hollywood it's refreshing to see new talent arise telling stories of Black America's plight from perspectives that are far too often neglected and overlooked in the mainstream. The members of A List Enterprises are doing just that. They in assocation with other artists are hard at work to produce projects that combat the stereotypes Black films seem to portray in movies today. Please join Soy for a discussion on "The Controversy of Urban Film and Theater: Where are we now?" This will surely be a show you do not want to miss. Featured guests and call ins from A-List Enterprises and Jente' Enterprises.
From the front doors to the footlights . . .
What happens in the theatre before the audience arrives? What happens during rehearsals? What are auditions like?
Listen as we talk about what happens in the theatre when people aren't around. From local to national theatres we discuss
what happens from opening night to closing night.
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This evening, Jameeka Holloway-Burrell, Founder Of Black Ops Theatre, will be talking about the play The Shipment which focuses on Hollywood's portrayal of African Americans and about her new theatre company which is at the forefront of the new renaissance that is taking place around the country.
Wiithin the conversation, we will also be talking about the health of African American Theatre, and what she sees as new trends within the entertainment field....We will also be joined by her uncle, Bruce Bridges, who used to own the Know Bookstore. Part of that discussion will center on what happened to his historical venue, and what the health is of African American owned bookstores, and are they still needed in the 21st Century...
Be sure to join us for this lively discussion.......
It's been months in the making, but the day has finally arrived! Daria, Jaycee, Jeremy, and Beth will be in one special area, with a special edition of Disasterpiece Theatre, plus going over the fallout for Hell in a Cell, RAW, and NXT. Plus, Beth and Daria go over the results of both the Beyond Secret Show and Gratitude Era. This won't happen again for a long time, so tune in this week!
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On this show, we will speak to Cindy Kangas from the Children's Ballet Theatre of Lansing, where she will talk to us about the groups upcoming 35th anniversary performance of the ever popular Nutcracker at the Wharton Center Thanksgiving weekend. Also included on this show includes other events going on this weekend, also tips and tricks for Thanksgiving fun and Black Friday shopping.
Broadcasting from deep in the heart of the American Empire, join your host Elan Martin, and fellow Sott.net editors, as they discuss everything from current events and the latest machinations and manipulations of the global elite to history, science, and religion, and how it all fits together.
The craziness we see on our planet is only intensifying! Among the topics that will be discussed on this week's Truth Perspective are: Mass protests in the West and the East, Israeli revisionism of the Holocaust, the US Government's Syria narrative, and dramatic Earth Changes in the form of the incredible increase in ice sheet size, deep crustal rumblings and fireballs galore. What do these developments point to? And what can we reasonably expect to happen in the coming months as a result? Join us as we examine the implications of the dramatic changes we're seeing this week on The Truth Perspective.
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A good deal of the commentary about the recent Republican candidate debate was couched in theatrical terms (many not so kind). It behooves us to look at how we define "theatre" and to apply that definition to what was going on in Cleveland. I'll also give you an update on the New York New Works Festival, which will feature one of my plays on August 17 in Manhattan. Please feel free to call into the show or to write to me at email@example.com to have your voice heard!
Join AFRICAN AMERICAN TALK RADIO host and C.E.O. of The Black Wall Street Group Michael Bates Sr. and co-host Steve Conley as Missouri State Representatives Brandon Ellington (Kansas City, MO) and Kimberly Gardner (St. Louis) talk about:the MO Legislative Black Caucus’ legislative priorities the University of Missouri-Columbia recent occurrences and current status updates of MU.
Other topics will include the “Cam Newton letter,” the University of Missouri-Columbia (MU) African American football players protest and the buying power of the Black dollar in regard to the Patti LaBelle sweet potato pies.
We will also tak with guest Michael Green (Shades of Truth Theatre) will talk about their stage production and tour, “WHISTLE IN MISSISSIPPI: THE LYNCHING OF EMMETT TILL.”
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J interviews the cast of Miranda Carrs 'Why I Hate Me.'
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