Click here to read the full article. NEW YORK — The Fashion Institute of Technology pulled out all the stops Wednesday night at its annual awards gala where it honored Serena Williams, Aerin Lauder, Debra Martin Chase, and Brandice Daniel. Held at The Shed in Hudson Yards, the gala raised over $1.5 million and benefited the FIT Foundation, the primary fundraising arm of FIT that cultivates the next generation of creative leaders by enhancing programs, developing new initiatives and providing scholarship funds for students.More from WWDFront Row at Gucci Love Parade ShowBest Party Photos of the Week August 10-14, 2015Arrivals At...
The Fashion Institute of Technology will honor several visionaries including Serena Williams to raise money for the next generation of FIT graduates.
Cinderella and her Prince Charming are back together again!. Brandy and Paolo Montalban reunited at the Second Stage Theater's annual gala to honor one of the executive producers of 1997's Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella, Debra Martin Chase. Paolo took to Instagram on Monday to show fans the sweet reunion, which included a photo of the two actors with Debra and Jordin Sparks behind the scenes of the gala.
Charles Randolph-Wright, Debra Martin Chase and Olympian Brian Boitano Team for Netflix Ice Skating Movie
Charles Randolph-Wright, Debra Martin Chase and Olympic gold medalist Brian Boitano have teamed to produce the Netflix family movie “Take the Ice,” set in the world of synchronized ice skating. Written by Deborah Swisher, “Take the Ice” follows a rebellious 15-year-old named Tisha Moore, who has dreamed of becoming an ice skater her entire life. According to the film’s logline, however, the closest the Black girl from Brooklyn has come is dazzling people with her roller skating routines while busking in the park. When Tisha gets the opportunity to join a local synchronized ice skating team, she is forced to come...
Olympic Champ Brian Boitano To Produce Netflix Skating Movie ‘Take The Ice’ With Debra Martin Chase; Charles Randolph-Wright To Direct
Olympic champion figure skater Brian Boitano has signed on to produce the Netflix family film Take the Ice alongside Debra Martin Chase. Charles Randolph-Wright (Delilah, Greenleaf) is aboard to direct. The pic, written by Deborah Swisher, centers on Tisha Moore, a rebellious 15-year-old who has dreamed of becoming an ice...
Producing Icon Debra Martin Chase on 'Equalizer' Reboot and How the Landscape has Changed for Black Creatives in Hollywood
The president and CEO of Martin Chase Productions became the first Black woman to produce a film to gross more than $100 million ('Courage Under Fire') and score a deal at a major studio, and now she's never been busier. Now in her fourth decade in entertainment, Debra Martin Chase has...
Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 41:35. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | TuneIn. Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski are “going to Disney World!”, first look at the ESPN+ documentary series Man in The Arena: Tom Brady, new trailer for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Disney+ Premier Access pre-order and advance theater tickets are available for Raya and The Last Dragon, Own The Room coming to Disney+ on March 12, Disney acquires the Sundance favorite Summer of Soul (Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), National Geographic Documentary Films will be Playing with Sharks, Disney earns 25 Golden Globe nominations, and Leave a Legacy has returned to EPCOT. Plus, Debra Martin Chase on making Cinderella, working with Whitney Houston, and being served tea by Disney Legend Julie Andrews.