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What does it take to thrive as a musical theater actress? Join us as actress Stephanie Maloney--a second generation performer--tackles that question head on.
Stephanie is a New York City based Musical Theater performer. Her training includes The University of Michigan (BFA Musical Theater), Pennsylvania Governors' School for the Arts (Modern Dance Major) Pittsburgh CLO Academy, and Pittsburgh Youth Ballet. Stephanie is a member of the Actors Equity Association, has performed in musicals across the US, and has recently toured nationally and internationally with the Broadway musical Chicago. Some other favorite credits include The Marvelous Wonderettes, Into the Woods, Les Miserables, Man of la Mancha and 42nd Street. Stephanie will be spending the summer in Seoul, South Korea with the company of Chicago the Musical. www.stephaniemaloney.com
This week on the John Link Show we willbe giving a preview to one of the biggest conventions on the East Coast, Chiller Theater April 24th - 26th. Yours truly Edward X. Young will be a guest and also has two new films screening there, "Faces" and Season Two of "Zombies Incorporated." Guests include the legendary Ann Margaret, Dick Miller, John Schneider, Terry Kiser, guests from Walking Dead, Sons Of Anarchy, Happy Days and MORE!!! Also Michael Parks, William Katt, Ron Jeremy, Brinke Stevens, Jake 'The Snake' Roberts, Terry Funk and many more. Come tonight and find out what makes this show one of the biggest conventions out there.
I am personally committed here at Taking It To The Streets to bringing to you, our listeners, some of the most uplifting and inspiring interviews, along with some of the most anointed preaching and teaching that you are going to hear this side of the River Jordon, because we are devoted to bringing the word of God in application in order to bring about transformation in the hearts and minds of men.
This week I was joined by Sister Sandra Bailey, Apostle Jaileon Travis, Evangelist Jannie Branch, & Evangelist Michele Knowles for the radio theater production of "The Banquet" And later we will discuss Motherhood in it's all of it's many forms.
Mark your calendars, save the dates, and prepare to join us for a blessing as we give you more of what your "soul" is looking for right here on the Taking It To The Streets, because if people can't come or won't come to the church, the "church" is taking Christ to the streets!
The King of DC Media (KODCM), Willam Powell, welcomes actor extraordinaire Adiyb Muhammad, who the KODCM has dubbed "The Theater Warrior", back to the Inside Acting Radio Show to talk about his white hot career.
Read just a sliver of what he's been doing, in his own words:
As a working actor,yes I am performing in "Love Is Still Blind" May 2nd/ Dry Bones June 27th and The Piano Lesson July 31st & August 1st stage plays locally in the DMV. By Play wrights Damon Sanders/Ivy Hawkins and August Wilson. I feel truly blessed because as an actor when I read these parts they all offered different and unique opportunities to create very different characters. I love film but my first love is truly theater it makes you delve deep into your skills on a very in-depth level. No retakes, no editing just raw unadulterated work. Memorization of lines a must and character development an absolute necessity and intense commitment to be successful. 10 years and counting!!! I LOVE THIS BUSINESS, I"LL BE IN IT TILL I'M LAYED TO REST! Thank you heavenly father for allowing me to discover this part of me!!! JUST A THOUGHT!!!
How much would it weird you out if you had a pet that made the sound we attribute to them? Like a cat that literally goes "meow" or a dog that says "bark" or "woof" and stuff? Or a lizard that goes...
What the hell do lizards say? Do they hiss or something, like alligators? Do they even make sound? I've never known a lizard well enough to hear what the little dude has to say. I'm kinda sad about that now.
This show will not be about lizards or animal sounds. Probably. Could be, but it's not terribly likely. What will it be about? Hell if I know. We'll see when we go live.
I hope you'll join me for the ride. Should be fun.
How cool would it be to be Spider-Man? To do whatever a spider can? I wonder how literal that is? I mean, is dude ever trying to squeeze out a deuce and suddenly coat his toilet bowl with gross ass webbing? Would webbing clog up one's toilet? How the hell would you explain that to a plumber?
This episode will not be about the potential perils of pooping as Spider-Man. It very well may be about the hidden subculture of superhero plumbers, though.
Probably not. No telling what it'll be about, to be honest. That's what makes it fun. I hope you'll join me.
These shows rarely have a topic or theme set up beforehand, but this one will be an exception. I was asked a question loosely related to Insane Clown Posse for my last episode, the Listener Q&A one, and intended to tell a sordid loosely ICP related tale. I ran out of time, though, as the story is too good to skim over.
So I won't. It's getting its own episode, and a special weekend one, at that. It involves misdemeanor crime, Juggalos and comics, among other things. I hope I can do it justice in telling it, as it's one of my favorite stories in my head.
So yeah, join me as I potentially incriminate the crap out of myself and tell my tale. Should be fun stuff.
If ghosts are real, I wonder what they do with all that free time? Can they go other places? Like, do they have to haunt their specific house or can they go to Vegas and catch a show? Or is it like Beetlejuice where they're tied to one specific place and that's it? Can they see other ghosts, maybe hang out in the Netherworld and play cards with Mark Twain or something? Or is it really as simple as, "Well, I'm just gonna hang out in here for all eternity. Yippee. Hooray. I hope the new people who live here like Metallica."
This episode will not be about ghosts. Or maybe it will. Who really knows? I definitely don't, and I'm the host. That means you, the listener, should pretty much expect anything to go down. Kinda fun, ain't it?
I like to think so, and I hope you agree. Join me, won't you?
With Andrew DePrisco at the helm since the beginning, Cabaret for Life is celebrating 20 years of raising funds for organizations that help people coping with life-threatening diseases. With community support, CFL brings talented people together to help others in need. Each year CFL produces multiple cabaret and musical theatre shows. Prior to forming CFL, Andrew began volunteering for The Center in Asbury Park in 1991. He produced, wrote, and directed 4 annual cabaret benefits for The Center at St. Anselm’s Church in Wayside, NJ, and these shows helped raise tens of thousands of dollars. Cabaret for Life was established in September 1995 by a core group of Monmouth and Ocean County residents. CFL has cooperated with Broadway artists like Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman, Charles Strouse, Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz, and others. Each of these professionals has donated the rights to their work to CFL free of charge. Andrew DePrisco has served as president of CFL since its inception and has produced and/or directed every major show including such favorites as Hairspray, Ragtime, Swinging on a Star, Cabaret Goes to Hollywood, A Century of Broadway, elegies for angels, punks and raging queens, and all three seasons of Gay and Be Glitter, and Housewives of Monmouth County. CFL has donated to The Frances Foundation For Kids Fighting Cancer, K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital/Jersey Shore University Medical Center Family HIV Program (Neptune, NJ), St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (Memphis, TN), The Valerie Fund Children’s Center at Monmouth Medical Center, and many more. In 2005 Andrew was honored by the Volunteer Center of Monmouth County as Volunteer of the Year for his work with CFL. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
My dreams are dead.
Why do I say that? Because my biggest dream was always to own a record store, like Empire Records. And one corner would have a soundproof booth from which a live radio broadcast would be happening. People could tune in to badass tunes and then come down to the store and make a request whilst buying badass tunes. I envisioned this dream so thoroughly that I even drew up floorplans and worked up how much it would cost and stuff.
Now? Record stores are as archaic as an Atari 2600. Cute, still out there, but pretty much only a piece of a shell of what they were. Terrestrial radio? So watered down and corporate and devoid of any semblance of life that it's frankly depressing, not to mention also archaic within the modern landscape.
Is that what this show will be about? Nope. No clue what it'll be about. But I bet it'll be fun. Join me and find out.
Africa the motherland and where there are many storytellers passing on traditions to the African and African American Communities. The stories told answer questions of history, tell of lessons passed on and taught to generation after generation. Through oral tradition the storytellers pass on folktales, traditional knowledge, practices and the richness of the people. History is in the word spoken by storytellers. Thuli will join us and talk about South Africa and through her stories about the young generation and the growth of South Africa. She will talk about how Africa has stayed true to nature and it’s cultural. Thuli will also grace us with stories and information about a new generation that is thriving in Africa. Thuli stated all eyes are on Africa and there is a new birth in the continent. Thuli is winner of the Sir Lawrence Olivier Award in London and the Obie in New York for her lead role in Poppie Nongena. She’s the winner of three (3) Audelco Awards in New York for writing, directing and performing her one woman show Buya, Africa, she also won the FNB Vita Award when she performed Buya Africa at the Civic theatre in Johannesburg South Africa.Thuli played Rafiki in the Lion King on Broadway, Poppie Nongena in New York, London, Toronto, Australia and Chicago. She performed Bongi in Bongi’s Journey at Crossroads theatre in New Brunswick, Lost in the Stars, Kamadonsela (Lady Macbeth) in Welcome Msomi’s Umabatha in South Africa, London, Israel and New York City. Halala the musical at The Ariel off broadway, Sheila’s Day at Crossroads Theatre in New Brunswick, Grahamstown Festival and The Market Theatre in Johannesburg, Madre, in Juan Darien, directed by Julie Taymor. She just played the role of grandma in Generations at Soho Rep.Thuli is currently at The Playroom Playroom Theater in NYC performing in Africa My Beautiful.
I always wanted a pet raccoon. They just seem so cool, you know? They're perpetually wearing pimp suits and superhero style domino masks, all washing their food before they eat it and doing pseudo human stuff. Raccoons just seem like they know what's going on, you know? Like they've got the inside line on what's up.
This podcast is not going to be about raccoons. Probably. Hell, it could be. I sincerely doubt it, though, because I don't so much plan ahead with these things. The Late Late Shift is literally my stream of consciousness for a half hour. Sometimes mildly controversial, sometimes informative, sometimes simply conversational, the one thing I always try to make it is entertaining with maybe a piece of funny here and there. Do I succeed? Listen to it and find out, dig?
Chester. That's what my pet raccoon's name would be. Chester the Raccoon. Esquire.