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The Broken Masterpiece
For many once we are broken we tend to wallow in the broken shards of a life we lived once. Some it was beautiful while others it was absolute torment. Time to choose the best pieces to created a beautiful new masterpiece. Those pieces are the lessons learned not the pains and dissapointments endured. You see when we re create our new self we are rebuilt with the most resilient, beautiful, strong and unique pieces. From your tragedies create you new triumph; from your pains find your new purpose. Pick your best pieces then sweep the rest away! The Broken Masterpiece is ot the end, it is the beginning.
C Maria Wall
My 2 Cents of Cerebral
This Weeks INspiration:
I have been forgotten like one who is dead; I have become like a broken vessel.
He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.
BOB GREENBERG (Comedian & Actor)
Recently He is touring as "Morty" in OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES: Penn's Landing Playhouse, Philadelphia, Gordon Center for the Performing Arts in Owings Mills, MD, & Trinity Rep-Chace Theater in Providence, RI, the Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, Pennsylvania and now at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Bob Also produces, hosts and does Stand-Up in the annual Actors' Temple Comedy Benefit.
Stand-Up credits include The Friars Club, Stand-Up NY and Broadway Comedy Club.
Recently toured with OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES in Philly, Maryland, and Providence, RI.
Recent NY Plays include The Diorama (Off-Broadway), A Modest Suggestion (Off-Broadway) and The Jazz Singer (Off-Off). Films include Dark Corner (Short), The Tailor (Short), Glow Ropes, Heartbreak Hospital, Big Money Hu$tla$ and Maid In Manhattan. TV includes SNL with host Jim Carrey, Lights Out, Next Best Thing, Letterman, Conan, Primetime Live and Law & Order. Regional Theatre: The Odd Couple, Harvey and Running In The Red. On Broadway he hosted The 39 Steps Talkback Tuesdays.
Links: Bob on Facebook: Search "Comedian Bob Greenberg"
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Growing up in New York I was exposed to theatre differently by my parents. My mother took us to Broadway shows. And my dad was more off Broadway. I enjoyed them all. But when my dad took me to see "The Me Nobody Knows" I was twelve. Seeing Irene Cara up on stage made me want to be up there. As a young adult my friends and I continued to go to plays and off beat films. That was our past time going to shows and out to eat.
I always wanted to be a dancer and took some lessons but I had to find another way to express myself. I got interested in acting at a time in my life when I needed to find myself and to feel grounded. I started taking classes at HB Studios. It was scary and exhilarating at the same time. I found something that I keep trying to conquer.
I'm finding myself. I found that I'm best at playing women who have a chip on their shoulder and a world class attitude but would like nothing better than put both of those aside.
I have been in some local films and plays. We just finished the 2015 Women's Voices Theater Festival. I was in two plays "A Matter of Worth" by Marcia E Cole and "For the Love of Oscar" by Hope Lindsay-Price.
By day I am a broadcast technician for Fox TV and as of date the Business Agent for our IATSE local.
And a wife , mother and grandmother.
Kadillak Kaz, the American Lyricist and Writer from California, by no means ever had a problem asking or questioning the world, but at the same time he knows what it takes too solve some of the problems that are directly affecting his city, and the people that suffer due to violence that stems from police brutality and other acts. As an artist in Hip Hop (which happens to be his forte)he fights for the cause,one battle at a time, but more important is what he does and in addition the manner in which he brings music back to its humble beginnings with lyrical knowledge. He is a conscience and uplifting Artist who has made music his lifelong passion, a passion that is definitely created for the people in which he continues to instill change. The Coldest Winter Ever, Late Nights, Downtime and Stay Down 2 Come Up. Kadillak, has a long list of other well-known artists that he has worked and performed with such as (Ice Cube, Mack 10, W. C., Cashis, Jon B, Jayo Felony, Sugar Free, Kurupt, Raekwon, Paracyde, Roscoe, Sleepy Brown and a host of others.
His new project is highly anticipated and yet another masterpiece that will catch the world’s attention called; 2 Pz, the release date is in the fall of 2015. . “Music will be my passion,until the end” Social links: www.soundcloud.com/kadillakkaz
Deitrick Haddon is a multi-faceted, award winning, creative juggernaut. As a singer, songwriter, arranger and producer, the Detroit native’s inspirational musical ministry has touched souls globally. The star of Oxygen network’s popular reality series Preachers of L.A also serves as executive producer of the Preachers franchise, and with the formation of DHVisions, a new partnership with Entertainment One Music, this son of a preacher is delving further into developing television and film projects while still delivering progressive gospel music that feeds the soul. Masterpiece, Deitrick’s latest contemporary, uplifting and inspired body of work reflects his self-professed maturation toward his destiny of greatness.
Being bold is a big part of being an artist. You’ve got to be willing to act intrepidly at the right moments. Natalie La Rose knows just when to be bold. Her debut single for I.M.G./Republic Records “Somebody” [featuring Jeremih] will undoubtedly get the dance floor moving. Over smooth production from Future Classic, the song updates the melody from Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” for a new millennium. Natalie’s voice takes the spotlight in between a sexy hook from Jeremih.
Special pre-Thanksgiving episode of the program all about TV. Our guest: Stephen Tropiano, co-writer of the new book TV Finales FAQ, published by Applause Theater and Cinema Books
Ted Merwin is an Associate Professor of Religion and Jewish Studies at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania. He is a long contributor to the New York Jewish Week and other publications on subjects as varied as Jewish Theater, dance and food. We will be discussing his fascinating new book
BATS AND BONES~
Bats and Bones is IPPY award winning author Jeffrey Hickey's second work for children. This collection of spooky tales for middle school aged children and above is a subtle masterpiece of fright and emotion. Hickey wrote all the stories, the lush music, and does all the voices for the audio book. His wife, Karen Kiser, contributes the cover art, along with some penny whistle and a little piano. The inside illustrations, layout and design are by Rachel Betz, who also designed Hickey's first work for children, Wages Creek.
Broadway star Kate Baldwin joins host Robin Milling for Let's Do Lunch! at Village Prime in New York City. On stage at 59 E. 59, Kate gets her honky tonk on as Tammy Trip, a former Nashville Grand Ole Opry queen in Songbird; music and lyrics by Lauren Pritchard. She tells Robin she has never been to Music City but studied Robert Atlman's film 'Nashville' to prepare for the role and read up on famous female country artists like Wynona Judd and being a woman in the world of country music. She reveals her ultimate inspiration for the character looking sinewy and fit was inspired by a pop star. Her country twang came from listening to a playlist of several country singers, and one in particular became her model.
At Village Prime, the fresh baked bread on the table was tempting, but Kate abstained as she is keeping her strict carb-free diet that she began with her husband; fellow actor, Graham Rowat, who also got in shape to play a gladiator in A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum. A foodie herself, she jokes that they may look great but they're 'exhausted and starving!' She tells Robin how they met during a run of 1776 at the Fords Theater in Washington, D.C. playing Richard Henry Lee and Martha Jefferson. Kate says their four and a half year-old son Colin is an equalizer between career and motherhood.
Kate tells Robin her Broadway debut was as a swing in The Full Monty, and then as a dancer in the ensemble of Thoroughly Modern Millie. Learning the line dance in Songbird was plenty for Kate who jokes that she is a 'recovering dancer.'
The menu at Village Prime consisted of Pumpkin Bisque soup, Roasted Salmon with Hudson Valley spaghetti squash and artichoke puree, Vegetable Flatbread with grilled seasonal veggies and mozzarella cheese, and Tuna Nicoise with bonito tuna, hard-boiled egg, haricot vert, potato over mixed greens.
Two time Chicago award winning theater actress, director, and playwright Ebony Joy from Spike Lee's upcoming film Chiraq joins the 40+WTF Show podcast with Danielle, Brittany, and Producer Meleika to discuss the industry in Chicago, working directly with Spike Lee, and sharing her WTF moments! Monday, November 23rd 7:30PM CST! Call in to speak with Chicago's own Ebony Joy 347-850-1441!
Ryan Rocks It! with friend Colie Brice Monday, November 23 RD at 5:30 PM. I have known this awesome and multi talented Man for many years now. I first heard Colie perform with Jason Lusardi aka Jay Walker, bass player. Colie and Jay played together for many years in Colie's band "Folie Brice New Age Blues Experience". I like this qote of Colie's, "Experiences Compose the Symphony of Life", so true. Colie has recorded over 30 something albums, some on mjajor labels with big budgets, others recorded at home DY style on indie labels. Recording highlights range from three elaborately produced albums with Phantom's Opera which at on etime featured Michael Romeo (Symphony X) and later Karl Cochran of Ace Frehley (KISS) and Joe Lynn Turner's (Rainbow, Deep Purple, Yngwie Malmsteen). Colie will tell you that he was stubbornly persistent in pursuing a big time music carer, but after tripping out at a Grateful Dead Show, he started pursuing a more personal creative direction he called the "LUNA MUSE" principle and started branding his own kind of music he loosely called New Age Blues. To that end, in 1997, Colie's Solo debut New Age Blues was accepted in teh 40 TH Annyual Gramy Nomination Entry List in several cataegories including Top Instrumental for "17G (Tribute to Jerry."
As a stage musician, Colie has performed at diverse venues ranging from The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, to the Roxy Theater in Hollywood, California and many points inbetween. Colie shared the bill with an scletic variety of notable acts such as Dick Dale, Layonne Homes ( Jon Bon Jovi Solo Band), Juggling Suns, Tony Levin, Dick Manitoba, Marshall Tucker, Skid Row, Jill Sobule and Southside and the Asbury Jukes among many others.
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Many attended the special premier of Spike Lee's controversial film, Chiraq last night at the Chicago Theater. Today we'll talk to some of the young men and women who viewed the movie and get their perspective: will the film's focus on sex get young people's attention? Is the idea of withholding sex to get a truce between gangs something young women would possibly agree to? Did the film handle the real matter of children shot dead in a serious enough manner? Would you recommend this movie to your friends? Do you think men and women involved in gang violence will be influenced by this film at all