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Happy Friday, BTR listeners! Today we're kicking off our weekly showcase of Project Zion Studios programs and to start things off right--G-Diffuser 01 will be the feature this week! Enjoy this adventure/comedy from writer/director JohnHenry Balsa!
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A review of some books, movies, pop culture, articles, a bit of music, or anything else that might fit in the scheme...., from a working class perspective.
For the inaugural show...., a tid-about the venerable Kurt Vonnegut and his early book....., "Player Piano."
These short adventure tales are for your enjoyment and purchasing; presented in the raw and in episodes and in full-lengths. They are commonly called Theatre of the Mind played through Audio Drama which is novel in this time. These audio dramas are recorded outdoors. The storms and rains are real to give it that realism effect. We try to put you there under hard drama. DRAGON isn't for the light-hearted. You picture your own scenes and make your own plots. You imagine your own hot love situations, burning with torrid passion and desire, gulping for the next moment. We know the scenes won't be too terribly hard to imagine for many of you women. Remember, YOU ARE THERE! (Inspired by certain special events.)
Born & raised in Springhill LA. Donna Carroll Crockett has been a resident of Southern California for over 31 years. A Capricorn and natural born DIVA, Donna Carroll Crockett hit the stage in a theatrical performance back in 2003, then landed a roll in her first Don B Welch show called "Give Me That Old Time Religion" and since then she has starred in over 12 Don Welch pieces. She will appear in another Don Welch show at the Wilshire Ebell March 28th alongside R&B diva Kelly Price and Jackee` -Harry entitled "Walking By Faith". April 17-19 she will star in ,"All that Glitters Ain't Gold" written and directed by Tai French. The hard working actress will also shoot a short film with director Tasha Biltmore called “The Conversation “Donna loves the Lord and is an active member of ST. PAUL. BAPTIST CHURCH where she and her handsome husband of 32yrs are over the couples ministry. She is also an awesome wife, mother, and grand mother while maintaining an active career in theatre and film.
Check out Ms. LaNae Lillard of Lake Oswego, Oregon! LaNae definitely knows her way around the court, repping for the Varsity Girls Basketball Team at Lakeridge High School, # 14 to be exact. She’s 5’9 with tons of talent, but she’s also a star player academically. With a grade point average of 3.5 , math being her favorite subject, and receiving awards for Student of the Year & Scholastic Arts Award, it definitely shows she’s ready to take on the world by storm, Even as a junior. Aside from school and practice, she’s just a regular girl. Loves to let her hair down and chill with her friends, go shopping, and much more.“I look up to my brother, Damian Lillard (NBA Player) ,
JOIN ME TODAY @ 5PM, WITH MY SPECIAL GUEST:
"JOE MCRAE" He is a writer, producer and director. This man is anointed by God.
Joe McRae Productions is a Christian theatre company that produces musical stage plays incomparable to what is typical of both gospel and secular plays. With the intent to minister, inform and entertain we bring powerful messages to stages locally and abroad.
JOIN US FOR THIS INTERVIEW WITH JOE MCRAE LATEST PLAY "JESUS LOVES ME"
THAT WILL BE PLAYING AT THE TONY AWARD WINNING
"CROSSROADS THEATHER THIS SATURDAY, MAY 2, 2015.
TIME: 2PM & 7PM SHOWS
WE WILL SPEAK TO SOME OF THE CAST AND YOU WILL HAVE THE OPORTUNITY TO SPEAK WITH THEM TOO!
Guest Call In: (347) 215-9859
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Bryan Keith Thomas, CCA professor, painter, speaks about his exhibits (5), up in the San Francisco Bay Area. Heirlooms at Joyce Gordon Galllery in Oakland closes this weekend, March 1.
2. Ryan Nicole Austin ("Tigs"/Antigone) returns to talk about Nambi E. Kelley's Xtigone, directed by Rhodessa Jones, at African American Shakespeare Company, Sat. (8 p.m.) & Sun. (3 p.m.), through March 8 at the Buriel Clay Theater (AAACC) in San Francisco.
3. We speak to actors Carl Lumbly (Leo Price) & Cathleen Riddley (Mrs. Jessalyn Price) who are mother, son, in the SF Playhouse current production of Julie Hébert's Tree directed by Jon Tracey.
4. We close with visual artist, Marie Johnson Calloway, whose work is the topic of an artist talk early March 8, 2015, 2-3:30 PM, at the MoAD San Francisco.
These are short adventure tales for your entertainment and purchasing, presented in episodes and in full-lengths.They are commonly referred to as Theatre of the Mind recorded and acted out through Audio Drama. All is recored out in the open. The storms and rains are real. We try to put you there for purposes of realism. It's you who picture the plots and scenes and romances. Just imagine yourself in a tender love scene, burning with torrid passion and desire. We know it won't be too terribly hard for many of you women. Remember, YOU ARE THERE! (Inspired by certain special events.)
In a matter of hours, Chicago went from having two title-contending teams to...TBD, but it doesn't look good. Tonight I'm analyzing the impact that injuries to Derrick Rose and Patrick Kane will have on their respective teams, and where the Bulls and Blackhawks can go from here. Should the Bulls give up on Rose? Can the Blackhawks survive 12 weeks without Kane? Can either team bring in a player that comes close to replacing Chicago's stars? Which team can still make a playoff run? Times are tough for Chicago fans, but as they say in the theatre: the show must go on. I've got open phone lines for YOU! Call in @ (347) 327-9183 and give me your take on Chicago's Week From Hell.
After retiring from a career in theatre and film, Celina found herself in the studio writing music. Fast forward two years, Celina picked up a crochet hook, some yarn and turned that extra energy to relearning to crochet. After following the second pattern, she turned her love for math and construction into a small business. You can see her designs at Simply Collectible where fiber meets practicality with a sprinkle of edginess.
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Decade by Drew Emborsky
Bijou Basin Ranch
Kristin Omdahl Bamboo So Fine
Buffalo Wool Co.
Green Mountain Spinnery
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Co-host_Supporting Host for Autistic Broadcasting News on Sunday's. Sharing news of the day with our Autistic Advocates: Jess Davis , Maria Iliou, our Advocate: Jocelyn Davis Eastman, Sharron Davis also Davis family is not on today of family emergency. Maria read couple of stories
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host for Autistic Theatre Music Caf'e on Sunday's. Special encored
Join Queen Danielle, King Yarima and Real Talk Tiff as Real Life w/Real Talk welcomes the cast from "The Meeting"!
“The Meeting”, a play by internationally acclaimed, award-winning playwright and screenwriter, Jeff Stetson, will be performed March 6-8, 2015 at the Lincoln Theatre, 769 E. Long Street, Columbus, Ohio. Performances are at 7:30pm on March 6, and 7, and 3:30pm on March 8. Tickets are $12 for students, seniors, adult early-bird purchases and groups of ten or more. Adult tickets are $15 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at Zanzibar Brews, 740 E. Long Street from 7:30am-3:00pm or at www.themeetingatthelincoln.info, and www.eventbrite.com. For more information see Malcolm2Martin on Facebook, Twitter Malcolm2Martin or call 614-754-0684.
“The Meeting” takes place in a Harlem hotel in 1965 and is symbolic in its depiction of a hypothetical meeting between two of the most important men of modern times, Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Factual words spoken by each have been woven into the dialogue. Differing in their philosophies, but alike in their mutual respect, the men debate their varying approaches to the same grave social problems.
Stetson’s stage play credits include: "Keep the Faith: A musical on the life and times of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.", "Fraternity," “And the Men Shall Also Gather," and "To Play a Black Man;" to name a few. “The Meeting” has been produced in all fifty states and more than a dozen countries. It received eight N.A.A.C.P. Image Awards, including best play and best writer, as well as an Ohio State Achievement Award.
We're all about Generation Next Live (http://generationnextlive.com) on this week's show, which features interviews with The Mohrs, The Rathburns, and Dead Projectionists. All three bands are set to take place in the March 5th edition of GNL, happening at The Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto.
The Mohrs' latest is called "Kings Of Nowhere," produced in rural Ontario at Hawksley Workman's studio with the man himself.
As for The Rathburns, they'll be releasing their upcoming EP at this very show. There are plenty of video teasers online to get you caught up..
Finally, the Dead Projectionists just signed on with The Agency Group and relaunched their website in anticipation of what's sure to be a good year.
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