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Tonight we will welcome back good friends K. Lorrel Manning and Michael Cuomo to discuss the theatrical release of Happy New Year. Happy New Year is an amazing tale of fictional Sgt Lewis and his struggles with PTS and war injuries. Happy New Year holds no punches when dealing with the very real issues that many veterans face. The film has been screened at numerous international film festivals and received critical acclaim at every stop.
On the latest episode of Conversations, we kick off African-American Music Appreciation Month with Kenneth Ferrone, associate producer of the popular NBC show, SMASH and director of the hit off-Broadway show, Sistas: The Musical on this special edition of Conversations.
The Houston Ensemble is the largest and oldest black theatre of the southwest. On this night host Frank Anderson interviews cast members of their latest theatrical efforts FROM OUR TOWN.
Julian Adams, PT 2 produced and co-stars in Phantom starring Ed Harris, David Duchovny and William Fichtner, written and directed by Todd Robinson of Lonely Hearts, and writer and co-producer of Ridley Scott’s White Squall. The producing team includes John Watson and Pen Densham Back Draft, Blown Away, and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. Phantom is the first wide theatrical release for Julian and Solar Filmworks, the South Carolina based production company, founded by Julian and his father Weston Adams. Julian and Weston wrote and produced the maiden project for Solar Filmworks, The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams THINKFilm 2007. The Last Confederate won 10 Film Festivals Awards, including a Best Actor Award for Julian, and seven Producing Awards for father and son. The film is in release worldwide. Julian is currently partnered with Robinson. Robinson and Adams developed the story for Phantom, which is based on true events during the Cold War. Ed Harris plays the haunted Captain of a Soviet submarine who holds the fate of the world in his hands. Phantom is in theaters now. Julian is producing and acting in Robinson’s feature film, The Last Full Measure, starring Morgan Freeman, Ed Harris, Robert Duvall, Andy Garcia, and Laurence Fishburne, for a 2014 release. He is also working with writer and executive producer Michael Frost Beckner producing and acting in the Civil War mini-series, from Sony Pictures Television, Grant vs. Lee: To Appomattox” 2014 starring Rob Lowe, Will Patton, Bill Paxton, and William Peterson. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com
This is Iyanna Jones, host Iyanna Jones discusses all things creative, political and creatively political. Her motto: Defy Containment, Destroy the Illusion and Crush the Machine. Her guests are world changers and artists who think outside the box and live on the edge.
This week, we'll be talking with Randy Luna, a choreographer, dancer, actor, designer, teaching artist, model and entrepreneur. As an actor, Randy has performed in venues like New York’s famed Henry Street Settlement and The Producer’s Club, his theatrical credits including The Wiz and an urban version of the classic ballet, The Nutcracker. Randy's modeling has also been featured in nationwide print campaigns alongside award-winning choreographer Laurie Ann Gibson. After studying a number of dance forms, Randy decided to start his own business, Raje Entertainment, a fusion of fashion and dance. Raje Styles, an offshoot of Raje Entertainment, is Randy's latest creation - a line of clothing, jewelry and accessories that "filled with mystery, luxury, and elegance." Is Ya Listenin’?
Creep Show Radio Movie Reviews Live Tuesday June 4 at 7:00 PM Eastern Time with Daniel Schein and Melissa Walsh.
On This Episode we will have Horror Reviews for the new Action Horror hybrid Dead Mine, in which Treasure Hunters do battle with Mutant Samurai Warriors.
Also a High School outcast tries to save his mother from an army of crazed moonshine drinking Re-animated corpses in the new Zombie Comedy, 101 Zombies.
Plus we tackle the newly released Ghost Story/ Murder mystery flick, A Haunting At Silver Falls.
A Mother and her daughters take refuge in a storm cellar during a devestating storm, only to find even more sinster terror lurks above them in their house, in the new movie Nailbiter. And finally we will review the theatrical horror flick Dark Skies, The Depraved, and the latest from Cult Film Distributor Vinegar Syndrome.
All that plus TV Terror Talk with all your faves including Hannibal, Walking Dead, True Blood, Dexter, Bates Motel,and more. So tune in Creep Show Radio Fiends.
The first episode of A-List Radio hosted by Wes Troop, he will reintroduce himself and The A-List, talk about movie news including Disney and Pixar's release dates up to 2018, an explosion in Disneyland, a gun found in the Animal Kingdom, a new Flintstones animated film, Glenn Close and John C. Riley possibly in Marvel film, who will direct the next James Bond movie, an update on our favorite killer doll Chucky, who got booted off of The Voice. Wes will talk about this week's new theatrical releases After Earth and Now You See Me and make his Box Office Prediction, as well as talk next week's DVD releases and picks, a weekly trivia question, his Babe Of The Week and deals talks about whatever or whoever else may pop up!
We open today with a conversation with Marcus Shelby, an award-winning musician and composer, is highly renowned and sought after for his discography, his theatrical and film scoring, and his music for ballet and dance. His empathy as a human being who understands the impact of social justice for all Americans will propel the writing of original music for Gwah Guy: Crossing the Street. Gwah Guy will musically explore poignant memories from Edward K. Wong aka Baby Jack, Flo Oy Wong’s husband. Ed Wong lived in Augusta, Georgia at the time of segregation when Chinese Americans were identified as "honorary whites." The June 7 and 8 performances at ODC Dance Center in San Francisco, will also include memories of Flo Oy Wong's childhood in Oakland California's Chinatown near West Oakland, the historical district where many African Americans resided. Marcus will compose original music inspired by Flo Oy Wong's literary re-imagining of her husband's Southern childhood experiences and actor Peter Macon will narrate. We are then joined by Jinho Ferreira or The Piper is a rapper, actor, and screenwriter from Oakland, California. In 2009, Piper won the best screenwriter award at the Tribeca Film Festival for his CIA thriller: Walter’s Boys. Piper’s latest effort, and first venture into theater, is entitled Cops & Robbers. It is a revolutionary look into the relationship between Law Enforcement, the media, and the Black community. We close with a conversation with Antoine Hunter, Urban Jazz Dance Company; Colette Ewoi, El Wah Movement Theatre and Julie Mushet, Executive Director of the 35th Anniversary of the Ethnic Dance Festival, June 7-30, 2013, about this year's program.
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Have you ever wondered why there's a theatrical version and an extended version? Tonight we talk about that and some of our favorite extended versions and maybe not so favorite. Tune in! Call-in!
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Our guest today is Lesley Mitchell Clarke from Toronto, Canada.
Lesley Mitchell-Clarke is a consulting hypnotist, graduate of The Ontario Hypnosis Centre, member of The National Guild of Hypnotists with a special certification in Past Life Regression. Lesley and her hypnosis clinic, LIGHTWORK HYPNOSIS are also focused on the use of hypnosis for the positive improvement of all issues pertaining to artists of all disciplines . For some time, she has been a familiar name in the realm of media relations, promotion and production of musical and theatrical events, as well as arts journalism.
In the scope of her own career, she has worked as a busy singer/dancer, and traveled with a number of name acts, including Mitzi Gaynor, Tommy Sands, Fabian and Robert Goulet, and has appeared in numerous television shows, features and TV Movies, including “Queer as Folk”, “The Jeffersons”, “Happy Days”, “Laverne and Shirley” and “Divorce Court.”
Lesley also hosts her own radio show called 'CONTACT' and explores the realm of ET's on various levels.
She will be talking to us today about the phoenomeum of ET abductions as well as what happens in the 'interlife' - should be interesting !
Tackling the effects of HIV can be somewhat scary and misinformative. However it must be confronted and tackled. HIV is a disease state in which the overwhelming number of people with the disease are black— Why is that? HIV has emerged as the leading cause of death among black women ages 25 to 44 and one of the top three causes of death for black men ages 25 to 54. We're all going to leave this earth one day, but isn't it better to know what one could be dealing with and be treated as opposed to hoping it will simply go away? Just like any other illness such as diabetes, hypertension, cancer, obesity, if not treated, they can take you out of here sooner than you expected. Unlike these other illnesses mentioned, HIV and AIDS can be passed on to someone else through you or they to you....let's do better! Is unprotected sex worth it? Isthe taking of intravenous drugs worth it? It's time to survive and your survival and life I believe is worth so much more. It doesn't just go away...
There are steps individuals can take to help the fight against the virus and AIDS in our black community.
Join us as we speak with the producer of a theatrical production happening in Chicago starting next month bringing awareness to the community about HIV and it's effects.
Host LaTonya Washington; CoHost Tshombe Tshanti; Chat Room Moderator Juacclyn Nikol; Docs on Hand Dr. Monica and Dr. Ryeal Relationship Coach Simms.
African Americans are 13% of the population, 50% of new HIV diagnoses, 56% of new teen AIDS caes and 67% of new AIDS cases among women.
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Since the release of their debut album “The Circus” in 2009, The Venetia Fair have been making serious noise in the music scene with their dynamic fusion of sound, hitting everything from pop to punk - hardcore to jazz. Imagine The Used meets Foxy Shazam combined with Panic At The Disco's first album on acid and you might have something as unique and influential as The Venetia Fair. Often referred to as brilliantly odd, schizophrenic, or mental, the band takes their unique genre and translate it to a fierce and theatrical live show, leaving fans wondering what they just experienced and craving more. Consisting of Benny Santoro (vocals), Mr. Chark (bass), Mike Abiuso (guitar), Joe Brown (keys), and Chris Constantino (drums), TVF has shared the stage with notable acts such as Foxy Shazam, Finch, The Sleeping, Vanna, Bless The Fall, Hit The Lights, Dance Gavin Dance, The Dear Hunter, Versa Emerge, Our Last Night. They amazed and entertained fans across the country when they were selected to play Warped Tour 2011 alongside the release of their EP “The Pits." They’ve garnered rave reviews and features in some of today’s top music outlets including Alternative Press, The Deli Magazine, Substream Music Press, Absolute Punk, The Gunz Show (Idobi Radio) and Property of Zack. The Venetia Fair released their 2nd full - length album “Every Sick Disgusting Thought We’ve Got In Our Brain” on March 1, 2013. Stay tuned for crazy music videos, tour dates, fan - first exclusives, and more ridiculousness from the band! For more information, visit www.thevenetiafair.com