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Synopsis: While frolicking on the bedspread of their owner, Chase the lab rat, his mentor Milky, and sisters Christina and Erica (joined later by Elder Philip) share stories of caution and morality as they grow closer as friends.
Rated: Public. For all eyes and ages.
Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk
Starring: Phoebe Murer, Tim Pylypiuk, Maria Illiou and Bill Boutin
Soundrack By: Danny Elfman, Howard Shore, and Helen Reddy
Ellen Seeling is a trumpeter, bandleader, educator, and recording artist with 35 albums, three multi-platinum with Chic and Sister Sledge. The first woman to earn a degree in Jazz Studies from Indiana U, the Milwaukee native moved to New York in 1975, where she performed and recorded with Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra, Machito Orchestra, Slide Hampton Big Band, Luther Vandross, Laura Nyro, Ray Barretto, Paquito d’rivera, The Temptations, Larry Harlow and Latin Fever, Joe Cocker, Cornell Dupree, Isis, Ben E. King, Martha Reeves, and Larry Elgart. In 1980, Seeling and saxophonist Jean Fineberg formed DEUCE, recording original compositions on Deuce (1986) and Windjammer (1996). In 1989, they relocated to the San Francisco, performed with DEUCE, Bo Diddley, Patti LaBelle, DIVA, Phoebe Snow, Maiden Voyage, and local artists. In 1998, Ellen founded Montclair Women’s Big Band to provide visibility for Bay Area women jazz. They released a CD in 2005. MWBB performed at Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, Grammy Foundation in Los Angeles, Opening Celebrations of SFJAZZ's Miner Auditorium, San Jose Jazz Festival, KCSM-FM Listener’s Concerts, Yoshi’s San Francisco and Oakland, and Human Rights Campaign and Hillary Clinton. Seeling teaches jazz trumpet and ensembles at UC Berkeley and Jazzschool. She taught at Indiana U, Pennsylvania State U, International Women's Brass Conference, JazzCamp West and Kansas City Women’s Jazz Festival. In 2009, Ellen founded and summer jazz camp for girls, Girls’ Jazz & Blues Camp at Jazzschool, featuring women’s faculty from MWBB. In 2011, Seeling and Fineberg launched a similar camp at the Jazzschool for Women. www.montclairwomensbigband.com
Robert Hoffman, Film Editor, PT 2, credits include upcoming Lionsgate release “Grace Unplugged,” “Syrup,” from Magnolia Pictures and the indie comedy-drama “Norman,” which won him an editing award from the Woodstock Film Festival. Other editing credits include “What Doesn’t Kill You,” Showtime's "Fathers and Sons,” “The Air I Breathe,” and Terry Zwigoff’s "Bad Santa" and "Art School Confidential.” Hoffman has frequented the Sundance film festival, most recently with the 2010 premiere of "Skateland.” He was editor on Jane Weinstock’s "Easy" on the Daniel Barnz feature “Phoebe in Wonderland”, and on “Art School Confidential”. USC produced an indet film and hired Robert, as one of the apprentice editors. After graduating with an MFA in Production, he worked as an assistant editor. He divided his time between post production supervising and cutting films like the mockumentary, "Rhinoskin: The Making of a Movie Star" Hoffman and Terry Zwigoff became fast friends and edited edited the director’s cut of "Bad Santa,” together. The director’s cut was honored by Roger Ebert at his 2006 Overlooked Film Festival where it received its first public screening. Hoffman also worked with Zwigoff editing some previously unused footage for the Criterion Collection’s release of his celebrated documentaries, “Louie Bluie” and “Crumb.” Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com
Live Broadcast of May 26th, 2012 Episode
Synopsis: A laboratory Guinea Pig named Seymour is adopted by an Animal Rights Activist. In his new home, he rooms with two other Guinea Pigs that have started a special group called "Kavy Kappa". To earn his place, Seymour is put under an intiation ritual. But can he survive living up to their standards? Along the way, he receives help from an unlikely spirit.
Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk
Starring: Tim Pylypiuk and Phoebe Murer
Music By: Danny Elfman, Gavin Friday & Maurice Seezer, Tennesse Ernie Ford, Chris Montez, and The Carpenters
Writer's Block “Visualization and The Western” - 10am to 11am
Tim Pylypiuk and co-host Bob Delaney, editor by trade and part of the Naturally Autistic Magazine development team, look at the obstacle of visualization when a reader tries to get a picture of locations fictional and non-fictional from descriptive prose but finds it challenging. In addition, the Western genre is examined and honored with audio examples and informative supplaments provided.
Rated: PG-13. Some audio excerpts may contain language unsuitable for younger listeners.
Radio Drama "The Bill Boutin Grooming Hour" - 11am to 12pm
Synopsis: Bill Boutin, frequent ANCA Radio guest and recent inductee as a member of Radio Drama's actor line-up, joins host Tim Pylypiuk for highlights of his own work as a poet, singer and songwriter along with a performance of key scenes from Phoebe Murer's "Meltdown" mini-series featuring the characters of Adam and Dennis.
Rated: PG-13. Scenes will contain language unsuitable for younger listeners.
Starring: Bill Boutin and Tim Pylypiuk
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Season Four Finale - Part Two
Synopsis: Change rings in the air as Pearl readies herself to breach the final layer, unearth the last memory and move on to the next level of her journey. Meanwhile, in the real world, she meets with her brother Tristan as the gang reunite to make peace for one last moment together before facing an uncertain future. But the demonic version of Pearl's deceased sister, Kathy, puts up one last front of resistence to stop Pearl's journey dead in its tracks.
Rated: PG-13 for scary/grotesque images, violent situations and coarse language
Based On A Story By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk
Starring: Phoebe Murer, Maria Iliou, and Tim Pylypiuk
Guest Starring: Bill Boutin
Soundtrack by: Megadeth, The Ramones, TalkWithYourFingers, Led Zepplin, Alice Cooper, Aphex Twin, Akira Yamaoka, Gabriela Robin & Pierre Bensusan, and Korn
Listen To Part One Here
Maria Iliou is your Director, your supporting Host and your Host Phoebe Murer for Autistic Author Caf'e on last Sunday of every month. Phoebe Murer is reading exerpts from her manuscripts about a boy with severe mental health issues get bullied . Phoebe is an Author
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Maria Iliou is your Director, Your Sitting Host for Autistic Broascasting News and your Host Jocelyn Davis Eastman on Sunday's. Autistic Advocates: Jessica Davis, Jocelyn Davis Eastman, Sharon Davis, Maria Iliou.. Autistic's Advocate discuss autism and Disabilities news of the day. Unique because it couples the Autistic and non--Autistic point of view...you will never know what these ladies will say!
Phoebe is a stand up comic from Boston, Massachusetts, and a regular on the New England scene who would like to share her brain with you. Raised on a farm in rural Maine, she has recently become a city dweller. That -- combined with her day job in a liquor store, and previous work as a qualitative psychological researcher -- gives her a twisted view of the world, and society at large. Her act is not for the faint of heart, but charming nonetheless. She’s a sweet sophisticated young lady,
Originally Broadcast April 28th, 2012 Synopsis: A lab rat is adopted by an animal activist. Free from the confines of his old life, he meets new friends and experiences the outside world for the first time. Rated: Public Written By: Phoebe Murer Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk Starring: Phoebe Murer & Tim Pylypiuk Soundtrack By: Danny Elfman, Gavin Friday & Maurice Senez, and Tom Jones
TAMFA Phoebe Jordan Episode 36 – July 13th, 2013. Today I have another guest author who I've met online through Facebook. Sci-Fi and Fantasy Romance author Susan Hanniford Crowley will be talking about her currently released novels. And she
Routine Finale, Part One Synopsis: With the last leg of her journey's first phase approaching, Pearl's body begins collapsing under duress. But she ignores it in order to keep reality from falling apart. Rated PG-13: For scary, violent images and language. Written By: Phoebe Murer Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk Performed By: Phoebe Murer, Maria Illiou and Tim Pylypiuk Music By: Megadeth, Aphex Twin and Nick Konstantolgou (Kickband)
Maria Iliou is your Director, your Supporting Host and Phoebe Murer is your Host for Author Caf'e on every 4th Sunday. Phoebe is reading Scripts that she wrote her self and will be publish soon. Phoebe Murer is performing with unique voices for her characters to give an understanding from life experiences and Phoebe Murer is publish Author. Maria play music, Phoebe is publish Author Maria Iliou is a Poet..Poetry readings Performance Maria Iliou is your Director,
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