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Shakespeare said the 'WORLD IS A STAGE' and we're all actors and actresses. We wear many hats in our life time.
The word THEATRE means a 'place for seeing' but it's not just a building where plays are performed. It's what happens there. THEATRE is where playwrights write scripts, directors supervise and actors perform on stage.
When THEATRE began is a mystery. Prehistoric hunters acted out stories about their hunting expeditions. Ancient Egyptains performed sacred songs and danced for their GODS in religious ceremonies.
First plays performed with just...etc.
Comedy and Tragedy...etc.
Replay of this popular episode when guests Leigh Barrett and Katherynne Wolf of the Babes with Blades Theatre Company join The Empowerment Show for this engaging episode. Learn about women and stage combat and the limitations of roles for women.
Read the original blog post at: http://www.linkedlocalnetwork.com/blog/2013/05/23/make-the-most-of-who-you-are-babes-with-blades-theatre-company-the-empowerment-show/
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Mimi Johnson is The Arts Reporter. She is the daughter and heir to the throne of Diva Joan Cartwright (Diva JC). Mimi is an accomplished vocalist, songwriter and actor. Her premiere stage play "Woman: The Musical" in which her mother and 17 other talented actors and musicians were cast debuted in March 2013.
Mimi produces a weekly WEBTV Show "The Arts Reporter". Her newest endeavor is the production of "The Siblings Sitcom" that will debut on MJTV Network at YouTube on November 1. Filmed in Atlanta at Mark Squared Studio, this sitcom promises to tickle your funny bone.
Mimi serves as the Secretary of Women in Jazz South Florida, Inc. and is featured on the second, third and fourth compilation CDs of fabulous female composers.
Join Steven Jackson & co-Host Andre Johnson in a candid and open dialogue on the world of Arts & Entertainment.... Special guests, updates on projects and project opportunities will be presented during this 2 hour radio broadcast.
Terri Allen, Executive Director of the Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA) and its co-founder Pamela Simonson (with brother Victor Simonson) drop in on Arts Across America to discuss the role of CAAPA in the community as it strives to "bring color to the classics." This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Washington, D. C. area organization, which will kick off the festivities with its Melody of Art Reception on September 17 at The Atlas Performing Arts Center.
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