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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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 email@example.com. I want to hear from you!
Performer and activist Aaron Calafato takes to the stage to deliver a powerful message on the role that for-profit institutions play in the student debt crisis. His one-man show, For Profit, informs people about the topic from his own personal experience as an admissions counselor at a for-profit college in the midwest. The show made its debut in March 2012.
Annie Lindstrom welcomes Aaron back to Talkupy on Thursday January 29, at 11 am Eastern Time. He'll give us an update on For Profit and its continuing impact on audiences across the U.S. We'll also discuss Aaron's involvement in a Theater Communications Group initiative to build a model that would enable regional theaters to host more socially conscious and politically minded theater pieces, and, his upcoming performance for the American Association of University Professors at Columbia University.
For more information on Aaron go to his web site or Twitter page. For more information on Talkupy go to Talkupy.net or follow @Talkupy_Radio on Twitter.
Tonight, on 'The Boiler Room,' we'll take a look at the arts within the community. Whether they're musicians, painters, writers, or any other form of art: why are artists regarded on a lower status than the engineer, lawyer, or doctor? Then, guns: although many support the right to have them, what would be the limits? Should children be exposed to them? What's the best way to handle them safely? Forat Kuza, instructor of Action Impact Firearms and Training Center, will be live to discuss the good and the bad in regards to guns and gun safety. Then, politicians within the community are scarce: but should we support a Chaldean politician even if
we don't agree with their views? Tune in tonight at 8PM. Call in at 347-857-3847 with questions or comments!
Picking up where we left off last week, today's episode will continue our review of the 2012 Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia. We will look at the plays and the playwrights--who may or may not be "conservative" (were they "playing" at being conservative just to get produced?) -- and wonder why the festival was called "Republican" rather than "conservative." Join us as we ponder that very important question and don't forget to call in or write to "Stage Right" to have your voice heard!
Radiation Issues: Outside the Box Perspectives
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This coming Saturday we bring you a show very different from most shows on the subject of radiation and nuclear issues. Two super guests bring their unique perspectives to share with us and the results are mind-expanding. One top level nuclear expert and one test pilot who was assigned to fly through mushroom clouds of nuclear explosions both spend time with us to share what they have learned.
Dr. Christopher Busby (www.chris.busby.exposed), world renowned chemical physicist and nuclear expert who has been often interviewed on the details of the Fukushima disaster and other growing nuclear dangers in our world gives us an insight into his personal feelings on the world of science, the state of humanity and the need for a new kind of education in an interview recorded last week from his home in Latvia. This is a rare chance to sit in on an informal personal visit with Dr. Busby that you won’t want to miss.
Captain Gary Pylant (www.INSKYTechnologies.com), nuclear test pilot came up with an outside the box solution to the nuclear contamination he got from his job as well as the chemical exposure he got as a pilot applying agricultural poisons as a crop duster from the air. His story is extraordinary, and is meant to inspire you and remind you that your immune system can protect you to an amazing extent from all kinds of environmental threats, if you know how to activate it. Join us for a one of a kind unscripted conversation with Captain Pylant. Hear about what led to his discoveries, how he applied them, and how you can use the same tools to successfully overcome health challenges in your own life.
Dr. Moses Powell
Join us tonight on our broadcast on Dr. Moses Powell. His birthday past this month, his family remembers and honors him. Join us tonight for a discussion on this brilliant, inovative Martial Arts Legend! Call in at 9pm, 646-716-6825....OUS!
This week features the co-founder and Executive Director of Creative Strategies for Change, Rachael Sharp, to talk with us about their work to bridge the social divides and engage communities on all sides by mobilizing arts and education for social justice.
Rachael is a passionate artist, activist, and educator who works in a variety of creative mediums, specializing in popular education, applied theater, dance, and movement. She holds a Master of Arts from the Gallatin School at New York University, and has completed professional training programs with Bay Area Nonviolent Communication, Dominic Barter, and the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs at NYU, where she received the Nia award for outstanding work in the arts and social justice. Through her work, Rachael has had the opportunity to facilitate innovative social justice education and arts programs for people of all ages, as well as supporting nonprofit organizations with communications, program coordination, and general operations.
Tonight we will revisit the Royal Rumble and talk about Smackdown results as well as take a look ahead at what the road to Wrestlemania might look like.
Jody Poff will join us to talk about Team Fighting Championships, the 5 on 5 martial arts organazation that is making waves in Latvia. Jody heads up Team USA and will help us understand the new league.
Is H1Z1 for you? How about Dying Light? Zombie overkill this week on the gaming side of things. We'll break down some new releases in the world of video games.
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Join The Gist of Freedom and host Shellie Gaines as we talk to award winning playwright Nikkole Salter about her play Repairing A Nation!
THE STORY: 2001, B.O. (Before Obama) The Davis family meets for what should be a text-book Christmas holiday season in their native Tulsa, OK. But when Lois insists the family join a class action law suit for reparations, old family wounds are ripped open and we discover that the government isn't the only one being asked to apologize.
Joey Jackson returns to KingJordanRadio will get Joey*s Jackson take on the Super Bowl and the alleged cheating from the New England Patriots, we will also talk about current trial Aaron Hernandez former NFL football player's murder trial , Plus Jodi Arias , We will also discuss the Colorado movie Theater shooting trial of James Holmes
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