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Enjoy an encore episode as BlazinRy Radio host Ryan Holmes welcomes Broadway Music Director Charlie Alterman (Next to Normal, Pippin, Godspell, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me).
Alterman discusses being part of Broadway history, working with Martin Short, and does the best Jiminy Glick impression you'll ever hear.
Rex and Sherry in the national touring company of Godspell
How do they know this? They teach the skills of improvisation. To improvise is to produce or make something from whatever is available. It is the art of experiencing, reacting and creating, in the moment, and in response to the stimulus of your environment and your own inner feelings.
Actors use improvisation skills to make a character come alive. Educators use improvisation to engage their students in active learning. Professionals use improvisation to think on their feet, make connections with others, and build shared ideas.
Rex and Sherry are partners in marriage and work. They are making a living as actors and artists;. They are crafting and navigating successful and innovative career paths that include performing, writing, directing and teaching.
Rex Knowles and Sherry Landrum currently run the two year Professional Actor Training Program at Chattanooga State Community College in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The curriculum is modeled after the New Actors Workshop, a prestigious training program in NYC founded by George Morrison, Mike Nichols and Paul Sills, where, for ten years, Rex and Sherry taught and administered the program.
Stephen Schwartz. This celebrated Broadway and film composer will be joined by award winning Debie Grawthe, Scott Coulter and Kelli Rabke as they perform songs from his greatest hits at Queensborough Performing Arts Center. The Grammy and Oscar winning composer gave us the beloved musicals Wicked, Godspell, Pippin, The Bakers Wife, Children of Eden and the lyrics for Rags. It will be an afternoon of solos, duos and trios spanning the course of his career. Schwartz, born in New York City has film credits which include the Disney animated feature My Son Pinocchio: Geppettos’s Musical Tale that included the song Since I Gave My Heart Away, sung by Sonya Isaacs.
Stephen will talk about his career and we will hear songs from those who made them popular.
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Fresh off last week’s well-received episode, your friends in podcasting pick up where they left off with another action-packed hour …
They get the ball rolling with more thoughts on feminism before revealing why Dean Haglund figures prominently on LAIST.com’s list of the top 22 things to do in Los Angeles on a weekend and how Dean is now a “published” artist! Then, several “Live Events of the Week” are discussed, one including Science Fiction, one boasting a performance by the peerless Angela Lin and one boasting a performance by a bona fide 16 year-old prodigy.
Soon, Chris Rock’s relevance is celebrated, Chow Yun-Fat’s coolness is reported and the shifting platform distribution windows of movies are questioned.
Plus, there’s more on Birdman or (the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) plus letters about Radio Free Albemuth, what movies Dean and Phil find scary, what Dean and Phil are reading and how YOU can get your very own Chillpak Hollywood Hour t-shirt.
Wow? All that in ONE hour? Of course. When that hour is YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour!
ANUNNAKI PANEL ON NIBIRU, NEMESIS, GALACTIC POLITICS AND EXISTENCE ~ ANDY LLOYD, DR. SASHA LESSIN, JANET KIRA LESSSIN, GLENN BOUGE, CHRIS BERMAN, in a wide-ranging, matrix-busting discussion interspersed with directed visualizations, discuss how the sun’s binary-system partner Nemesis , Nemisis’ planet Nibiru and the moons of Nibiru affect us on Earth. The panel explores the simultaneous embrace of both unity and division.
We review a book which is a re-working of a book first published in 1977 about the phenomenology of UFO studies. Ted Peters is a Christian theologian with a keen interest in the question of the reality of UFOs and how they are viewed and understood by the “UFO community”. His general study of Ufology represents a “case study of the relationship between science and religion” (p13): He argues that “the UFO phenomenon exposes a widespread cultural tendency to translate traditional or spiritual sensibilities into scientific or materialist language and categories” (p13). He’s interested not so much in an objective reality regarding the UFO question, as the interpretation of that reality within modern human culture – although he indicates that he thinks that there is some underlying reality to it (p14). - See more at: http://wp.me/p2OzDR-2p8
Bobby Brooks Wilson returns to our show during his busy schedule. Of course Wilson is best known to be the son of R&B legend Jackie Wilson, and one you see and hear him you'll notice the similarity doesn't end there. Bobby has become an international celebrity in his own right and he intends to share with us his experiences, his amazing CD "It's About Time," and his tour dates and future plans for recording.
According to his website Bobby is now on the Ballot for The Grammys 2014 for his hit single, “I get The Sweetest Feeling”, which peaked #10 on the Top 40 Adult Contempoary Charts. He is on the Ballot for 4 catorgories. R & B Song of the Year, R & B Album of the Year, Best Vocal R & B/Pop Performance of the Year, and Godspell.
Syndicated columnist Chris Stevenson will once again be interviewing Bobby, feel free to call-in to the show with your questions or comments to Bobby, or make a comment on the link below during the show or the archive.
Destiny Rambo McGuire is a rare combination of talent with a dash of unpredictable, improvisational genius. In other words… she often leaps from the boat of tradition and dances on the water! Destiny has an exceptionally rich heritage of music and ministry. Her grandparents, Buck and Dottie Rambo, are pioneers in the Southern Gospel world of performers and writers. Her parents, Dony and Reba Rambo-McGuire are certainly trendsetters in Contemporary Christian music.
Destiny has studied intensively music, piano, voice, art, and drama.
Destiny has already performed in The Child, Godspell, David, and Fear Not Tomorrow, based on the book by Ruth Graham. She has also has worked with Disney on the re-release of Tarzan the Musical, as well as in the role of Channah, in Sight & Sound Theater's show Jonah. In 2012 Destiny, along with her families group, Rambo McGuire were privileged to win the Dove award for bluegrass album of the year.
Neil Freer joined us May 23, 2014 on the Cosmic College on Aquarian Radio as we revisited the great cataclysm of Noah's flood. How can we get past the Godspell and move past our current violent model of existence to a planet of unit and peace. If we continue in this manner we're not going to be permitted by the Galactic powers to articulate out into the cosmos. We need to changed the paradigm, go beyond competition, break the Godspell and understand the message behind The Link by A. R. Bordon.
More at: http://www.aquarianradio.com/2014/05/24/neil-freer-interview-cosmic-college-052314-aquarian-radio/
Hosts Janet Kira Lessin & Dr. Sasha (Alex) Lessin interview Anunnaki researchers and authors Neil Freer and Glenn Bogue.
On this show on the first hour we featured Glenn and discussed his research. We looked at the works of Sitchin, Gardner and brought the Anunnaki story up from 450,000 years ago to the time of Jesus. Enki is known as "The Shining One" and can transform his proteins into photons, the light body, opening the stargate. The process is known as transfiguration which is referenced in the Biblical story of the "Transfiguration on the mound" when Enoch and Moses met with Jesus. Jesus' virgin birth is actually a reference to the creation story of the hybrid humans in the lab in Africa by Ninmah and Enki. Ninmah is Mary, Enki is Jesus and the Virga Mara is Enki's wife, Damkina. We discussed this and more on this mind blowing episode. Join us as we connect the dots. We ran out of time and have to continue this dialogue in future shows.
Glenn is a lawyer, Nutritional historian, Olympian, author of The Books of Isis series.
Neil Freer joined us for the second hour as we revisted the great cataclysm of Noah's flood. How can we get past the Godspell and move past our current violent model of existence to a planet of unit and peace. If we continue in this manner we're not going to be permitted by the Galactic powers to articulate out into the cosmos. We need to changed the paradigm, go beyond competition, break the Godspell and understand the message behind The Link by A. R. Bordon.
More at: http://www.aquarianradio.com/2014/05/22/glenn-bogue-anunnaki-researcher-052314-052514/
Born in Madrid, Spain, Carmen grew up singing from a very early age. A member of the choirs in both church and school, she was often asked to be a soloist, as she displayed a natural gift for singing. At home, she took up the guitar, and self-taught by the age of fifteen, she began composing the lyrics and music to her own songs. Around this time, while playing and singing at a party with some friends, she met singer, and now journalist, Jos Martin, of the group "Somos". Within a short period of time they began doing concerts as a duo, with Carmen presenting herself as a singer and composer in public for the first time. With the recording of the group by the EMI Record Company, Carmen got her first taste of working in the recording studio, and became a published songwriter. Shortly thereafter, while pursuing her degree in education at the University of Madrid, Carmen auditioned, and was asked to join the cast of the show "Godspell" in the role of Mary Magdalena.
And so, at the age of seventeen, she put her studies on hold to perform both in Madrid, and throughout the rest of Spain with this theater troupe. The cast included many talented performers, comedians, actors, dancers and singers, many of whom later went on to become well known personalities in the world of Spanish entertainment.
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