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Host Trena Bolden Fields interviews dialect coach, Foster Johns on accents. Join us for a fun show today!
Foster Johns holds a B.A. in Theater and English from Boston College. He was born and raised just down river in New Orleans, LA and has performed in numerous productions there in addition to the Boston area. Since moving to the twin cities on 2009, he has performed with truly amazing companies such as Swandive Theatre, Theatre Pro Rata, Theatre in the Round Players, Workhouse Theater, The Flowershop Project, Night Path Theatre, Brazen Theatre, Dovetail Productions, Classical Actor's Ensemble, and Jon Ferguson's theater company. In addition to performing, he has had the privilege to serve as dialect coach to companies such as Park Square, Bloomington Civic Theater, Minnesota Jewish Theater, Chain Reaction Theater Project, Theater Latte Da, as well as a private coach to a variety of talented performers in the Twin Cities. He aims to pursue an MFA in voice and dialect studies in the near future with the goal of becoming a resident voice/dialect coach for a regional theater and teaching at the university level. Foster is a proud member of VASTA (Voice and Speech Trainers Association), a board member of Workhouse Theatre, and the resident dialect coach of the Actor's Workout with Raye Birk at the Guthrie. He aims to pursue voice work in a graduate setting and continue to perform and work with actors' voices, as both are a constant source of inspiration and fulfillment.
Special Guest: TINA NIES, BEHAPPIERTODAY.COM and Author of 40 DAY LOVE FEST. Get the book FREE at www.40daylovefest.com/freebook
Life is filled with choices that form the sum total of our lives. But are our fears driving those choices, rather than a deep sense of love for ourselves and life itself? And what is the impact? How do we shift this perspective? And what are the specific things we can do to live the life we love and live it well?
Quantum Energy Therapist, Naturopathic Practitioner and Ordained Minister, Rebecca Johns, presents compelling conversation, information and special guests that cause us to challenge, but also empower, our thinking about daily choices and the status quo of the collective consciousness. Sex, Relationships, Law, Spirituality, Healthcare, Parenting, Marriage, Career, Money, Community.
Covering topics and issues that are part of the human experience with humor, love, compassion, and professional counsel, Rebecca and her extraordinary guests will examine and share ways to make choices through life that come from love, so that the best possible options can manifest, improving life on earth for all of its inhabitants.
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Rebecca Johns is an Ordained Minister and Naturopathic Pracititioner specializing in Quantum Energy Therapy and the effects of mental, emotional and spiritual factors on the physical body. She is wife to a Priest and Shaman, Brian, for 9 years and mom/stepmom to 6 kids ages 3 - 21 years old.
Discussing the 4 core principles of Conscious Capitalism.
Christopher King (King) - who goes by King is the President of the DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and author of a new book titled" Connecting With Intent - Why Social Capital is more Valuable than Financial Capital". He is the founder and CEO of King Connections.
Ross Girardi - Vice President of the DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and Founder and Managing Director of Conscious Management Consulting (CMC).
Meet today's Guest:
Jonas Singer is a DMV native, lives in Shaw (DC) and has worked all over the city as a baseball coach, a nonprofit executive, and now as the owner of Blind Dog Cafe, 2B Studios, and Union Kitchen. Jonas earned his undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis and has Masters in Government and Public Policy from the Johns Hopkins University. He is an avid Baseball fan, playing during his time at Washington University and coaching for most of his adult life.
Join us for the next episode of #ACHradio when we'll be joined by Cheryl Shepherd, RN, Director of Transplant Administration and Dialysis here at All Children's Hospital/Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Learn about the fascinating world of pediatric transplants done at All Children's as Cheryl discusses our program, the patients we serve, and the behind-the-scenes reality of what it means to run such an intense clinical program.
Plus we'll be broadcasting from a remote location...can you guess where we'll be?
Check us out September 17th at 12:30 eastern time! You won't want to miss it!
Papa Francisco recentemente participou da missa da festa de Nossa Senhora das Dores em 15 de setembro. O Papa acrescentou ainda que Maria é a "ungida Mãe". Papa Francisco disse que a Virgem Maria é uma com a igreja. Sem ela Jesus Cristo não teria nascido. Sem a Virgem Maria não haveria Igreja.
"Sem a Igreja, não podemos ir para a frente", acrescentou o Papa durante seu sermão. A reflexão Papa Francisco sobre a Virgem Maria sugere que a esperança das pessoas não é Jesus Cristo, mas a Mãe Igreja. o seu sermão indica de alguma forma uma mudança na posição que Jesus ocupa na Santíssima Trindade. Jesus teria sido rebaixado para a terceira posição na trindade. Enquanto a Virgem Maria e a Igreja santa, a Igreja Católica Romana, assume seu lugar da segunda posição na trindade.
Quarta-feira, dia 17, 23:30h Portugal (19:30 Brasília)
Pope Francis recently attended the Mass of the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows on September 15. The Pope added that Mary is the "Mother anointed". Pope Francis said that the Virgin Mary is with the church. Without it, Jesus Christ was not born. Without the Virgin Mary there would be no Mother Church.
"Without the Church, we can not go forward," added the Pope during his sermon. The Pope Francisco reflection on the Virgin Mary suggests that the hope of the people is not Jesus Christ, but the Mother Church. his sermon somehow indicates a change in the position that Jesus holds in the Holy Trinity. Jesus would have been relegated to the third position in the trinity. While the Virgin Mary and the holy Church, the Roman Catholic Church takes its place in the second position in the trinity.
Wednesday, Sept. the 17th, 6:30pm EST\5:30pm CST\4:30pm MST\3:30pm PST - USA
Host: Michelle Materre
Alexandra Salazar – co-host/producer is a New York based Latin activist working for Creatively Speaking on the Air and Film Series. She is also a full time student at The New School, where she is majoring in literature and philosophy.
Brittney Johns is a Masters of Science in Media Management student at The New School for Public Engagement, School of Media Studies. Her passion is to educate people about the social injustice plaguing our culture.
Iman Ward is a Southern California native and a recent graduate from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in the Studio acting program. She is an experienced stage performer and currently a student at The New School for Public Engagement as an undergraduate student.
Peta Mni attends The New School for Public Engagement in the BA/MA Media Studies program having previously studied film production at Columbia College Chicago. Since leaving Columbia, he has worked extensively across the U.S. in the field of Educational Multimedia.
Sifiso Khanyile is a spokesperson for the Association for Transformation in Film & TV and is currently working as the Johannesburg producer for ABC News (America). After studying Film & TV at Monash University, Khanyile directed Spiderman and Romeo (2008), short-listed and shown at numerous local and international festivals, BBC and Sechuan TV in China.
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