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Stage Right is the weekly show that asks the question, "why are there so few conservative voices in drama and theatre?" Join us this week as we look at some putrid examples of playwriting guided by the omniscient presence of television and the left wing world view. We'll also take a look at what some of our friends across the pond have to say about right-wing theatre. Call in to speak with your host, Rocky Benasher or drop him a line at email@example.com. Let's make the conservative voice heard onstage (and off)!
ALIVE TO THRIVE WITH BRENDA FRASER airs every Friday at 12 Noon CST. Join Brenda as she investigates trending topics in Art, Culture, and Film while making timely observations that hit the mark with what today's audiences want to hear!
Ellie Cohen Grossman, director of the St. Louis production of "Listen to Your Mother" (LTYM) which features the true stories of real women about sharing their experiences of Motherhood. Sometimes sad, sometimes joy-filled, these stories have depth and truth. LTYM began in Madison, Wisconsin in 2010. For 2015, 39 cities will host locally-produced shows of live readings by local writers giving Mother's Day a microphone.
Listen in to WIN a Pair of Tickets to the St. Louis production coming up on May 9!
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Today's episode continues our investigtion of internationally famous American playwright, David Mamet. Mr. Mamet, who came out of the political closet in 2008, is now a consefvative thinker and we will look at what exactly he means by that and how it has impacted both his writing and his reception. This exploration will take a number of shows so be sure to hang with us as we read selections from Mr. Mamet's book "The Secret Knowledge" (2011), listen to interview excerpts, and talk to Mamet scholars and theatre practitioners. Speed the Plow and tune in!
Today's episode of "Stage Right," the show that seeks the conservative voice in theatre, we are pleased to welcome playwright Hank Kimmel. Hank's play, "Fairy Tale Ending," was expertly read/acted by yours truly on last week's show. Please join us as we chat with Hank about his career and his struggles being a conservative artist in a left-wing community. And don't be shy about calling in and talking with me and Hank or writing to me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Returning to the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network after a winter sabbatical, Shannon Fisher welcomes her first guest of the 2015 season to The Authentic Woman: Author and Theatre Scholar, Jennifer-Scott Mobley. Mobley is the Immediate Past President of the Women and Theatre Program of the Association of Theatre in Higher Education. Holding a PhD in Theatre Studies from The City University of New York Graduate Center, an MFA in Dramaturgy and Theatre Criticism from Brooklyn College, and a BA in Theatre from the College of William and Mary, Mobley has worked as a performer and dramaturge throughout the New York City metropolitan area. She also serves as a curator of the Jane Chambers Feminist Playwriting Contest.
Tonight on The Authentic Woman, we will discuss Jennifer-Scott Mobley's fascinating new book, Female Bodies on the American Stage: Enter Fat Actress, which analyzes the female body in performance, specifically the manner in which in which we represent and interperet the fat feminine form. Above all else, this will be an exploration of female body image.
The Authentic Woman is a weekly show on the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network, airing Sundays at 8 pm EST. Host and Producer, Shannon Fisher, enjoys sharing varying perspectives on the female experience through the eyes of writers, artists, celebrities, and community leaders. Follow Shannon on Facebook and Twitter to follow news of future shows and guests.
This podcast is copyrighted and solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network, LLC.
Good evening everyone. Thank you, it was so nice that you joined us on our Valentine’s Day broadcast “A New Beginning” requiring writing an essay 500 words or less, relating to an experience of yours (past, present or future) to a song of your choice on the new CD release “The One” by Chris Jasper, recognized multi-talented producer, composer, singer, song writer, musician, Hall of Fame Inductee, former member of the Isley Brothers & Isley Jasper Isley Groups & recipient of the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Hear It Now Live Radio will air snippets from the album “The One” at random times throughout the contest opening & closing date. Features include songs from Chris Jasper’s vault. Essays in video format must be on disc, no links accepted. Discs are subject to virus/disc analysis. A disc/electronic submission containing a virus, malware, spyware or malicious code will be disqualified & may be subject to civil/criminal action. Details/Official Entry Form will be posted on entertainmentenclosed.com and the link is available on chrisjasper.com, so show your talent and let’s have fun. Entries will be submitted to the official email address: email@example.com or to the official physical mailing address: You Are “The One” Contest, P.O. Box 90055, Columbia, SC 29290. No mailing costs will be reimbursed. Strict adherence to the Official Rules will be followed. Good Luck Everyone!!
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Today's episode of "Stage Right"--the show that seeks the Conservative voice in theatre--features an interview with Mark Phillips Schwamberger. Mark is a theatre professional based in Columbus, Ohio. He is a playwright, an actor, a director, and the managing director of the Evolution Theatre Company, a Columbus theatre company featuring LGBT themes. I guess you can imagine that Mark is not, as he put it, a "conservative thinker." Yet, we appreciate opposing views on "Stage Right," so let's hear what he has to say!
The G.O.O.DLife Online radio show promotes a commitment to a lifestyle of resourcefulness. Hosts Adiagha and Shea provide a platform for "out of the box discourse" that compels their audience to confront life challenges in an innovative fashion. Guests will include a range of enterprising indiviuals who have turned setbacks into triumphs. This episode features poet, Jennifer Falu as the special guest host in Adiagha's absence.
Jennifer Falu’s passion for creative expression through poetry is the foundation of her professional and personal life. At age fourteen she wrote her first poem and began reciting her poetry at sixteen.
Falu recently wrote and starred in her own one-woman show; LOVE, Above All Things, which was an emotional journey through the first few days, of a three year custody battle. Falu won first place in NBC TV’s Amiri Baraka Poetry Slam and was ranked third internationally in the Women of the World Poetry Slam 2013. She is a celebrated performance artist throughout NYC and across the country and as a member of the 2006, 2009, 2012 and 2014 Nuyorican Poets Café Slam Teams becoming the top female poet of the year in 2006, and ranked 3rd in both 2009 and 2012. She made history as a member of the 2014 slam team, as she was a part of the first All-Woman Slam Team in the Tri-State Area. As a performer, Falu has shared the stage with Jennifer Holliday, Carl Thomas and Patti LaBelle. She makes her film debut in the soon to be released movie, “Mania Days” alongside Katie Holmes.
In addition to being a dynamic and visceral poet, Falu is well known for her teaching, coaching and workshop leadership ability and working with Young Writer’s Academy.
Today on "Stage Right"--the show that seeks the conservative voice in theatre--we are delighted to have as our guest playwright, visual artist, and activist Lavinia Roberts. Lavinia's play "Eternal Flowers" was produced at the Republican Theater Festival in 2012. Join us as this self-described socialist discusses her career and the impetus behind "Eternal Flowers." Don't forget to call into the show at (347) 884-9659 or write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here at "Stage Right"--the show that seeks the conservative voice in theatre--we are pleased and excited to have as our special guest playwright Ludmilla Bollow! Ludmilla's play, "Battle Hymn," was featured at the Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia in 2012. Listen in as Ludmilla talks about her play, about the Festival, and about the state of conservative theatre in general. Feel free to call into the show at (347) 884-9659 or write to me at email@example.com. Don't miss our conversation with this fascinating artist!
This episode of "Stage Right"--the show that asks the question, "where are the conservative voices of the theatre?"--examines the question of literary studies and their link to a conservative world view. We'll also continue our look at CJ Ehrlich's "Spare Some Change" and Walt Vail's "Downsizing: The Undercoat Man," both featured in the 2012 Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia. Please join us or, better still, call us and be heard! Our number is (347) 884-9659 or write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to hear from you!
Sheryl Lister has enjoyed reading and writing for as long as she can remember. After putting writing on the back burner for several years, she became serious about her craft in 2009. She writes contemporary and inspirational romance and romantic suspense. When she’s not reading, writing or playing chauffeur, Sheryl can be found on a date with her husband or in the kitchen creating appetizers and bite-sized desserts. Sheryl resides in California and is a wife, mother of three and pediatric occupational therapist. She is a member of RWA, CIMRWA and is represented by Sarah Younger of Nancy Yost Literary Agency.
Rebekah L. Pierce is an avid playwright and author with her works focusing on contemporary women and their search for purpose and identity. She received her MA in English with a concentration in Literature from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2002, which is where she wrote her first play,The Myth. In 2006, Mrs. Pierce placed as an alternate in the 2006 Virginia Commission of the Arts Playwriting Fellowship for her works, Perfect and The Myth, which were produced and staged in local theaters in Richmond, VA in 2004 & 2005. In 2007, she wrote and produced her third play, Bell Blu, the story of a young woman determined to fight poverty, marital rape, and domestic violence for the chance to live her own life. This play placed 3rd in the Venus Theatre Festival 2013 in New York.
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