*It’s that time again! The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival (LAWTF) has been doing its thing for the past 25 years — presenting solo women artists from around the globe, showcasing their one-woman performances. As part of the Annual Festival there is also an assemblage of workshops, where professionals share insight on the process of becoming solo artists and more.
As part of this year’s workshop schedule, celebrated director-writer-performer, Jessica Lynn Johnson will host the two-hour class The Art of Creating the One-Person Show. The workshop will show you how to create YOUR solo performance vehicle!
*’WOMEN IN BLUE | a prison play’ chronicles a day in the life of four women prisoners. Inspired by true stories and the actors’ experiences teaching theater inside correctional facilities, this play humanizes incarcerated mothers while exposing the hidden realities of life behind bars. Through story-telling, mime, poetry, and music, light is shed on the tenacity of the human spirit in broken places. Women in Blue aims to bridge the gap of the free and incarcerated, bringing that which is out of sight into our minds and hearts.
The four actors/playwrights in WOMEN IN BLUE | a prison play have taught and directed theater in correctional facilities in California including: California State Prison Los Angeles County, Century Regional Detention Facility, California Institute for Men, and Men’s Central Jail. Continue reading →
Apparently, EURweb senior editor DeBorah B. Pryor has been steppin’ out on us. As it turns out, she and ‘Michael and Me’ author, Shana Mangatal, have been hosting Facebook Live videos, and from the number of views and active participation, MJ fans have been overjoyed at the teaming — with some even saying they should get a talk show!
In this, the 2nd of their FB Live videos, Shana reveals exclusive never-before-released naughty lyrics dictated to her by Michael Jackson over the phone, when she was a receptionist at the office of his management team, Sandy Gallin and Associates. Continue reading →