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Join Host John Link and his merry band of co-hosts: Edward X Young, Don Fellman, Amanda Batdorf, and newcomer Kregg Sanders as John and Ed report on the scary happenings at this past weekend's Chiller Theatre Weekend!
Call (347) 934-0493 at 11 PM EDT (and remember to set those coo coo clocks back an hour Saturday night!) to listen to the whole 45 minutes "almost live"! (You can catch it in the archives, but will miss the fun!
We will be welcoming Charlie Birnbaum into the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Charlie is the film director and Stonzek Theatre manager for the Lake Worth Playhouse. He will be sharing information on the Stonzek Theatre itself, as well as information on upcoming films and performances in Lake Worth's own "black box" theater. You can check out some of the recent and upcoming attractions there by clicking here.
We will be talking with
Artist - Joey Feldman
Author - Saurav Dutt
Author - M Sean Coleman
This Week's Show, Bay & Nick will be talking tons of news stories, happenings, all in the world of entertainment
Plus, Bay will recap the Chiller Theatre Convention
We also talk with Kristyn Burtt with this week's Hollywood news
Dont Miss Part 2 of my interview with Sharon Anderson!!!! She rocked the last interview and we are looking to get details about the event in November!!! Tune in
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Tonight's special guest is Michael Broussard from Philadelphia, a child abuse survivor with a unique way to be of service and carry the message. NAASCA has committed to presenting his play, a one-man show "Ask a Sex Abuse Survivor," to a wider and ever-expanding audience through our web site and on our talk shows. The next presentation will be on Sunday, November 9 at 5:00pm at The Adrienne Theatre in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Michael says to his friends in the Philadelphia area, "My interactive stage show about childhood sexual abuse is happening again on Nov 9th. I tell my story of survival and healing and I invite audience members to comment, ask questions and tell their own stories during feedback breaks throughout the performance. The show has been praised by mental health professionals and survivors." During the play, which was first performed at the end of June, 2014, Michael told the story of a childhood lost to abuse — and rediscovered decades later. Throughout the performance, audience members were encouraged to share their own experiences, ask questions and offer up comments. The play provides a unique opportunity for an open, interactive dialogue on the effects and causes of abuse and, as such, NAASCA will be devoted to helping the play be presented elsewhere. We'll sponsor these events and list them on the NAASCA web site when they are scheduled, etc, too, as an ongoing project / service. We're delighted to count Michael among our NAASCA family members.
Russell Forsyth is an Angel Therapist/Medium that has been certified under Dr.Doreen Virtue. He also works as an Angel Reader and crystal bed practitioner. He is an inventor, writer, radio show host, speaker, teacher and musician from Austin, Texas. Russell has written several books, given workshops, and has appeared on several radio shows, theatre productions and was selected to film a pilot TV show on angel readers. Russell currently writes a weekly newsletter called "Angel Whispers", which features a word study and channeled messages from the angels.
During the first half hour, Tony will go over additions to our website and will talk about The Many Benefits of Digestive Enzymes.
And during the second half hour, Luella will conclude her two part series on the emotional implications of being a caregiver.
Culminating the 2014 Community Symposium Series of The Colour of Music Festival in Charleston, SC (October 22-26) was a timely keynote address by Wayne S. Brown, former Director of Opera and Music at the NEA and now President and CEO of Michigan Opera Theatre. In his address, Brown shares his trajectory in the arena of arts management, its important and passing the torch to the future of the field. Brown has had considerable experience in the arts, himself first playing cello and singing as a tenor. his talk comes from a place of sound perspective and in Part 2, his talk culminates in a panel moderated by host and Washington Life Magazine performing arts columnist, Patrick D. McCoy. Joining the panel is Dr. Karen Chandler of College of Charleston, Jennifer Bowman of the Washington based Folger Consort and Festival Founder, Lee Pringle. The Colour of Music Festival is one that celebrates the contributions and performance of blacks in the arena of classical music.
We speak to UNIVERSES co-founders, Steven Sapp and Mildred Ruiz-Sapp about the Berkeley Rep premiere of Party People Oct. 17-Nov. 23.
Steven Sapp: BARD College, BA ’89 - Theater. Playwright/Actor.Playwriting/Acting credits include: PARTY PEOPLE (Directed/Developed by Liesl Tommy); AMERIVILLE (Directed/Developed by Chay Yew); The Denver Project (Director Dee Covington); One Shot in Lotus Position (Director Bonnie Metzger); BLUE SUITE (Directed/Developed by Chay Yew); SLANGUAGE (Directed/Developed by Jo Bonney); Director- RHYTHMICITY (Director/Actor); THE RIDE (P/A/D) Directing credits include: THE ARCHITECTURE OF LOSS (Assistant Director to Chay Yew); Will Powers’ THE SEVEN (Director-The Univ. of Iowa); Alfred Jarry's UBU:Enchained (Director-Teatre Polski, Poland).
Mildred Ruiz-Sapp: Playwright/Actor/Vocalist. BARD College, BA ’92 (Literature/Language). Publications: UNIVERSES-THE BIG BANG (2015 release- TCG Books); SLANGUAGE in The Fire This Time (TCG Books); BLUE SUITE in The Goodman Theatre's Festival Latino - Six Plays (Northwestern University Press); PARTY PEOPLE in The Manifesto Anthology (Rain City Projects- Fall 2014); Featured on the covers of American Theater Magazine 2004 and The Source Magazine 2000. Member: AEA.
Awards/Affiliations: 2008 Ambassador of Culture: U.S. State Dept. and Jazz at Lincoln Center - Rhythm Road Tour; 2008 TCG Peter Zeisler Award; 2006 Career Advancement Fellowship from the Ford foundation through Pregones Theater; 2002-2004 and 1999-2001 TCG National Theater Artist Residency Program Award; BRIO Awards (Bronx Recognizes its own-Singing); Co-Founder of The Point CDC; Board Member (National Performance Network - NPN); Former Board Member (Network of Ensemble Theaters-NET); New York Theatre Workshop Usual Suspect. http://www.universesonstage.com/page37/page5/index.html
In response to the keynote address by Wayne S. Brown, President and CEO of the Michigan Opera Theatre, our host and Washington Life Magazine performing arts columnist, Patrick D. McCoy moderates a panel discussion culminating the Community Symposium Series of the Colour of Music Festival with Dr. Karen Chandler of College of Charleston, Jennifer Bowman of the Washington based Folger Consort and Festival Founder, Lee Pringle. The Colour of Music Festival is one that celebrates the contributions and performance of blacks in the arena of classical music.
Today we are talking about prediction as a tool for spirit connection, why I think prediction is a good thing how it provides proof, and why free will can alter it. NEXT WEEK, there will be no show as I have to go into hospital for a small procedure.
All about mediumship, connecting with spirit, spiritual development, live readings with guests some well known. We shall talk about development, spirit problems you may have and anything to do with spiritual things. We have guests on the show from time to time and we do reading’s. I do not ask questions, genuine mediums do not ask questions!
I am a professional, Inspirational, Clairvoyant Medium and Psychic. I have been privileged to give readings in Germany and have appeared on TV on “The Circle TV on Channel 166 the information Channel. In October of 2010 I did a small tour of New Zealand doing private readings and a theatre booking. My Site: www.leo-bonomo.com
My book Summerland is on sale not only from Amazon and all good bookstores both online and in book shops (shortly) but will also be available shortly as an EBook on Kindle. You can also find me on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/Leo.S.Bonomo
On Google Plus https://plus.google.com/u/0/
On You tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hvjl-2M4NxQ
On twitter https://twitter.com/leothemedium
Meet The Hosts
Steve and Naomi are from the paranormal group S.T.U.R.S., which stands for Seeking the Unknown Realm Society. Steve is the founder of S.T.U.R.S. and Naomi is an investigator. The group was started in October of 2010. STURS has investigated many locations throughout New England, including Rolling Hills Asylum in Bethany, NY, Pennhurst Asylum, The Houghton Mansion in North Adams, MA, The Haunted Victorian in Gardner, MA, The Governors Inn Hampton Falls, NH, The Paine House in Coventry, MA and best known for their appearance on A&E's My Ghost Stories for their story on the investigation of The Seacoast Repertory Theatre in Portsmouth, NH. Steve and Naomi also perform together singing which includes performing live at the 2013 Paranormal Awards. Into The Unknown Realm with Steve & Naomi are norminated for Radio Show of The Year for the 2014 Paranormal Awards and STURS was a nominee for the 2013 & 2014 EVP Of The Year Award, 2014 Video of the Year & 2014 Comedy of The Year. Naomi can be also seen in the benefit calendar for 2014 Women of The Paranormal as Miss January. They are often joined by their teammates from STURS, like Steve E as they affectionally refer to him as "Quiet Steve". Always a fun show filled with some pretty amazing guests!!
Host Stephannie Solomon continues with her interviews of her Fall line up. Tonight the host/author interviews playwright, theatre director and gospel radio personality, Joi Dudley. Join in.
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