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REEL TALK with Da Director and The Jedi Council
8:05 – weekend recap
Show Topic(s) – Musicals: Classic Vs. Modern Day
West Side Story
The Five Heartbeats
Musical Driven Movies
Beyond The Lights
Film – Beyond The Lights
Star(s)- GuGu Mbatha Raw, Nate Parker
Director- Gina Prince-Bythewood
The pressures of fame have superstar singer Noni on the edge, until she meets Kaz, a young cop who works to help her find the courage to develop her own voice and break free to become the artist she was meant to be.
8:30pm- Interview: Chrissy DePauw, Taura Stinson
9:00pm – Topic Musical Films
9:15pm TV Shows Recap
Walking Dead Mid Season Finale
We're Baaaaaack! Join us for a night of music and mayhem as we play some of our favorite songs from musicals from stage and cinema! Annie, Sweeny Todd, Phantom of the Opera and so much more! A macabre evening of twisted melodies that are perfect for that pre-Valentines Day fix! So get ready for another fun filled episode of The Phantom Zone Radio Show with The Lord of Lunacy, Jay Luna and of course, The Mistress of Meow, Nikki Meow!
This week we explore the musicals on TV and Movies that have yet make it to Broadway. Come join us as we take a walk through everything from Cop Rock to Buffy.
Joyce Wallace Baxter is an author, evangelist, play wright,and poet. She has shared the heart of God through diverse avenues since the early 1980s. The various expressions of her God-given talents are revealed through the Arts. Her plays have won and placed in playwright competitions. She wrote, produced, and directed dramatic stage plays, youth explosions and forums, Black History productions, dinner & theatre, scholarship pageants, and musicals. Ms. Wallace Baxter not only has a gift for the dramatic, but as a Certified Church Business Administrator and Licensed Minister, she has administratively supported several ministries from Arkansas to Alaska, including co-pastor of a congregation in Crandall, TX.
And now in her senior years, she recently published her first book, The Benefits of the Cross … What Really Happened at Calvary and hopes to minister this dynamic announcement o f the Cross throughout this nation. Joyce’s accomplishments are many, all with a message that up lifts the spirit, touches the soul, and edify by the Word of God. Her gifts, talents, and experiences have afforded her many opportunities in the Body of Christ to help others experience God’s amazing love and the powerful work of Holy Spirit. Joyce’s presence will surely enrich your spirit and help you find freedom in your salvation through Christ Jesus our Lord.
Join Marcus Blake, Brendan Smith, and Alex on That Nerd Show as we talk about The best music movies that are not musicals. We will be talking about our favorite music movies where the music serves as a character and helps make the movie other than musicals. Listen to That Nerd Show at 10pm cst @ thatnerdshow.com
Welcome To ( Over The Rainbow Show ) With Your Host Bob Brown On Blog Talk Radio On Wednesday 17th June 3.00pm Eastern 12.00pm Pacific 8.00pm uk time The call in number is 347-539-5367 from the uk 001-347-539-5367 Chat Room will be open My Special Guest Today is International Star Jodie Smith.AKA " The Paranormal Diva " is a Actress and Hostess of the popular internet Radio Talk Ghost Chat Radio, Now Residing in Baton Rouge, La Jodie has an impressive Modeling History and also extensive professional make up Artisty experience Additional credits to her back ground include appearance in numerous local stage production, Theatre and Musicals Guest spots on many Radio shows, Television Series and several feature films She is anEmpathic and intuitive Clairvoyant Reader and medium often working umder the Reader Pseudo name of "Jo Haunts " 4 time IPAA ( International paranormal awards Association ) Nominee and winner of a 2009--2010 IPA ( International Paranormal Award ) She as been featured on Fox News. The PTN Network, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Para X Radio, DTM Wicked Edge Radio Network, Coffey Talk, The California Psychic Network and no Limits Radio among others Jodie is also a free lance writer she as appeared in the white Crow magazine and many others On Today show we will be talking all things Paranormal and How Jodie started out and doing her Radio show Thank you for joining me today for my show
He composed songs such as “Witchcraft” and “The Best Is Yet To Come” and wrote the musicals Sweet Charity, On the Twentieth Century, Barnum, City of Angels, and The Will Rogers Follies. His name: Cy Coleman, the subject of a remarkable new bio YOU FASCINATE ME SO by journalist and author Andy Propst. Propst will be joining Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, June 17, 3 pm ET, along with Michele Lee, Lucie Arnaz and Mrs. Cy Coleman for a show-stopping conversation.
Andy Propst, the author of YOU FASCINATE ME SO, THE LIFE AND TIMES OF CY COLEMAN is a journalist whose career has encompassed work with NY Shakespeare Festival founder, Joseph Papp and Tony Award-winning director George C. Wolfe, as well as five years on-air at XM Satellite Radio’s XM 28 On Broadway channel.
Award-winning actress and performer Lucie Arnaz is the daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Ball starred in Cy Coleman’s WILDCAT. Lucie Arnaz has acted in television and film, including in THE JAZZ SINGER for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe. She made her mark on Broadway in beginning with the musical THEY’RE PLAYING OUR SONG. She headlined the first national tour of Cy Coleman’s mega-hit musical SEESAW.
Emmy Award Nominee and a two-time Tony nominee Michele Lee starred in the original production of the Coleman/ Dorothy Fields musical SEESAW, She made her Broadway debut in HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING ande starred as Karen Fairgate on the nighttime soap opera KNOTT’S LANDING.
Michele Lee, Lucie Arnaz, Andy Propst, Shelby Coleman on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show when we look at the life, times and music of composer Cy Coleman on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, June 17, 2015, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
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Indie Rock artist, Julia Green, joins us for our next edition. Growing up in Pensacola, FL, Julia decided at a young age that she loved to sing and wanted to be in musicals. That passion led her to move to Texas to study musical theater at Sam Houston University. At the completion of her Houston stint, Julia moved back to Pensacola to save up for a move to New York. During this saving time, Julia started to learn the guitar and got into songwriting. Her passion for songwriter increased over her love of musical theater and led her to finally move to New York. Julia says "Making music is what I have to do with my time. Write cool new music, sing cool new music, and collaborate with cool new musicians. And hopefully, write something relevant and meaningful to people". She has launched a KickStarter campaign to help fund her upcoming EP. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/17725933/be-a-part-of-julias-first-ep?ref=nav_search
What does it take to thrive as a musical theater actress? Join us as actress Stephanie Maloney--a second generation performer--tackles that question head on.
Stephanie is a New York City based Musical Theater performer. Her training includes The University of Michigan (BFA Musical Theater), Pennsylvania Governors' School for the Arts (Modern Dance Major) Pittsburgh CLO Academy, and Pittsburgh Youth Ballet. Stephanie is a member of the Actors Equity Association, has performed in musicals across the US, and has recently toured nationally and internationally with the Broadway musical Chicago. Some other favorite credits include The Marvelous Wonderettes, Into the Woods, Les Miserables, Man of la Mancha and 42nd Street. Stephanie will be spending the summer in Seoul, South Korea with the company of Chicago the Musical. www.stephaniemaloney.com
Join me tonight on this show special guest AMET Ricky will be joining me.
Here is more information about this artist:
Arryelle Vines, also known by the stage name AMET Ricky, is a lyricist, poet, and songwriter from Winston-Salem, NC. Born July 20, 1997, this young artist first began her creative journey a young age. She began dancing at the age of five as a ballerina, but changed her style into a more contemporary hip hop as she grew. By the age of 13, she was acting in theatrical plays and musicals. In 2014, she began her college journey at North Carolina Central University. From there, her musical journey as a lyricist took off. Her name became well-known.
As an artist, AMET Ricky's style captivates all audiences. Her lyrical word play is enticing and her flow soothes souls. Inspired by artists such as Lauryn Hill, Roxanne Shante', and Common, she continues to bring a style that is innovative and refreshing to modern hip hop. As she is known to say, "I am not a female MC. My gender does not define my abilities. I am a lyrical mastermind blessed with a mic." As of now she has been nominated for two awards, one for best Indie Female Hip Hop at the Women In Charge Awards held in Atlanta,GA, and also for the Young Artist Spotlight Award at the SCM Awards held in Memphis, TN. AMET Ricky's creativity leaves listeners wondering if she will take the crown as the true new queen of Hip Hop.
I am excited to have my son, Zander DeNador, as my guest for 06/10/15.
Zander is a film editor, actor, musician, and singer songwriter.
Zander graduated from Chapman University and Dodge College of Film and Media Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Production and an emphasis on film editing. He was hired as a film editor for various reality TV shows. His first job was working on the ABC TV show Wipeout for seasons six and seven and he is now working on Married to Medicine Houston on Bravo.
His passion for film began with creating many videos during high school, some for homework assignments. During Zander's junior year of college he created a short film called "Axe of God" which is a manifestation of his creative passions for film and music coming together.
Zander studied acting from an early age and continued acting in musicals and plays during middle school and high school. Three of the plays he starred in include: Grease, Into the Woods, and You're a Good Man Charlie Brown.
The first two songs Zander wrote are on his dad's first album Holiday on Earth as bonus tracks. D2 – The DeNadors' Second Album, has songs by Zander and his dad, Dudley. Most of the songs on the album were the result of collaborations between the two and the rest were written individually.
During the show you'll hear one of Zander's songs Land of Dreams from the D2 album. We'll be talking about the song, what it's like to work in Hollywood, and the advice Zander has for kids graduating from high school and starting college.
To hear songs by Zander and Dudley DeNador, click on the following link: www.cdbaby.com/cd/D2
Today's show focuses on my recent experience as an audience member at an LGBT-themed musical. Although the subject matter was a turn-off for me, the production had value as a theatre piece and forced me to think about my own experience as a member of an audience who loves theatre but, as a Conservative, cannot accept the theatricality/spectacle of what I witnessed. Featured on today's show are the many responses to my Facebook inquiry about my experience. I would love to hear from more people about this, so please give me a call!
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