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Susan Soon He Stanton

In 2017, Susan Soon He Stanton landed her first TV-writing job, as a staff writer on Season One of HBO’s Succession, with a play called Today Is My Birthday. Unlike many show-runners, Jesse Armstrong, the creator of Succession—the comedy-drama about the Roy dynasty, a Redstone- and Murdoch-inspired family running a large media conglomerate, whose Season Three premieres Sunday—was open to reading a play as a TV-writing sample.
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Charlotte's Iyanna Jackson a finalist for dance magazine model of year

Iyanna Jackson, a graduate of Myers Park High School, is a finalist for NYU Dance Spirit Magazine Cover Model of the Year. Supporters can vote for their favorite through Oct. 31 and the winner will go on the November cover. Iyanna Jackson has always followed through on her passion for...
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Stan Ponte of Sotheby’s International Realty: “Negotiating isn’t always about pleasing a person”

Negotiating isn’t always about pleasing a person. It’s about getting them to the result they want. Early on in my career, negotiating meant that I was trying to make everyone happy. I quickly learned that the ultimate result is a successful sale, and that’s what makes people happy. It’s not about pleasing and meeting all the individual terms. It’s about seeing the forest through the trees and getting to the shared goal of the sale.
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Technical theater director brings international experience

And for his next act, Dr. David Graybill will be playing the role of Theater Coordinator and Technical Theater Director at Scarsdale High School and for the Scarsdale School District as a whole. Much like the various acts of his career that have come before this, Graybill found himself in...
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Trailer for 'Women is Losers' Film Inspired by the Janis Joplin Song

"You want to buy a house… so you can never be kicked out." Look At The Moon Pictures has revealed an official trailer for indie drama Women is Losers, marking the feature directorial debut of San Francisco filmmaker Lissette Feliciano. This originally premiered at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival earlier this year, and it also played at the Cinequest, Oxford, Cleveland, and Maryland Film Festivals. In 1960s San Francisco, a once-promising catholic school girl, Celina Guerrera, sets out to rise above the oppression of poverty and invest in a future for herself that sets new precedents for the time. Inspired by real women and the Janis Joplin song of the same title, Women is Losers played at SXSW this year as one of the most-watched of the festival. The film stars Lorenza Izzo as Celina, with Simu Liu (yes, Shang-Chi!), Bryan Craig, Chrissie Fit, Steven Bauer, Liza Weil, Cranston Johnson, Alejandra Miranda, Shalim Ortiz, and Lincoln Bonilla. This looks like an empowering and honest film about a woman making a life for herself in the 60s.

BIG ARTS Opens Fine Arts Season with Sculpture by Chailosky

BIG ARTS opens the 2021-2022 Fine Arts season with sculpture artist Alberto Chailosky. Chailosky’s exhibit, “Lost but Not Forgotten,” consists of miniature, mixed-media sculptures that depict important places of Chailosky’s past that, sadly, no longer exist, due to years of gentrification. However, the memories and stories these places held will...

Exclusive: Hong Kong Director Tang Yi on What’s Next After her Cannes Victory

Hong Kong’s first Palme d’Or Short Film winner Tang Yi says her victory is the result of being true to herself. And, she has bigger plans after her win. A film still from All the Crows in the World that shows the school girl (bottom left), her cousin (next to her) and the cousin's middle-aged male friends. Courtesy of Oneness Zeng and DD Zhang.
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Singer James Kilduff Jr. keeps Vintage Vegas alive

James Kilduff Jr. went to college at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts to study musical theater around the same time that “Rent” became a sensation on Broadway. “I was there at a very experimental time,” he said. Despite the experimentation, Kilduff kept coming back to the music...
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Lady Gaga Net Worth 2021, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Wiki and Career Details

Lady Gaga, born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, is an American singer, songwriter, and performer. She is well-known for her image makeovers and musical diversity. As a youngster, Gaga began performing by singing at open mic nights and participating in school plays. She attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts’ Collaborative Arts Project 21 before leaving to pursue a career in music.

Sharon Lopez: Multidimensional Artist (Actor, Writer, Poet & Photographer)

Sharon Lopez is a passionate multidimensional artist- actor, writer, poet, and photographer based in New York City. Born and raised in Quito-Ecuador, she was surrounded by nature and the warmth of the latin culture. Sharon grew up listening to Mozart, and going to the theater with her family, she loves seeing the world and learning about different cultures. She firmly believes that art can change the world, and her work is all about creating reflection and an impact. Before college, she attended advanced acting summer camps at NYFA LA, and she produced a short film about the importance of following one's dreams- "El Sonido Mas Hermoso," which won her the award of best IB Personal Project. A recent Tisch School of the Arts graduate, she pursued a degree in Drama and a minor in Business of Entertainment.

Louisville Filmmakers Create “M,” A Spooky Short Film

Local filmmakers Rachel Annette Helson and Josh Banks have created a spooky short film just in time for the Halloween season. Helson acted in the film, which her husband Banks wrote and directed. The film centers around a young woman who, upon arriving home from the grocery, finds a wooden...

See Idris Elba's 19-Year-Old Daughter, Who's Following in His Footsteps

A-list actor Idris Elba just made his latest premiere a family affair. On Wednesday, his daughter, Isan Elba, and wife, Sabrina Dhowre Elba, joined him for the world premiere of The Harder They Fall during the London Film Festival. While Elba sometimes shares posts about his personal life on social media, he's not an actor who puts everything about their life out there, including his kids. But now, Isan is making a name for herself. She's joined her dad at red carpet events, has her own social media accounts, and is following in her father's film footsteps. Read on to learn more about Idris Elba's daughter Isan.

Herndon’s Misha Mullany sees theater dreams come alive in NYC

When Misha Mullany was growing up in Herndon, Virginia, she fell in love with musical theater and dreamed of being on stage. She took voice lessons and did shows at Harmonia in nearby Vienna, and performed in productions like Les Misérables and The King and I. Now she’s starring in...

Azriel Crews

Azriel Crews is an American actress as well as a popular celebrity kid. Azriel Crews is more famous as the 2nd celebrity daughter of Terry Crews and his wife Rebecca King Crews. Early Life. Azriel Crews was born on 13 November 1990 and she is currently 30 years old. Her...
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Age 90, on October 6, 2021. Former wife of the late Norman E. Scott, MD. Mother of Jeff (Ann) Scott, Matt (Tracy) Scott, and Ginger (Tony) Buono. Grandmother of CJ Scott, the late Dan (April) Scott, Kalan Scott, Shannon and Lindsay Buono. Great-grandmother of Carson, Brooklyn, and Milan Scott and Arya Scott. Sister of the late Charlene Miangolarra. Dr. Scott received a BA from Tulane University, an MA from the University of Pittsburgh, and a PhD from New York University. She taught and directed theatre for thirty years at CCAC, Boyce and South Campuses. Friends are welcome to drop by for a celebration of Trudy's life with wine & cheese at The Porch at Siena (120 Siena Drive, Upper St. Clair, PA 15241) on Friday, October 22, 2021, anytime between 4-6 PM. Memorial donations may be made to the CCAC Educational Foundation or New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. Arrangements by BALL FUNERAL CHAPEL, INC.

8 College Courses That Will Expand The ‘Special Skills’ Section of Your Résumé

One of the most crucial parts of an actor’s résumé is their “fun facts” or “special skills” section. Whether it’s juggling, tap dancing, dialects, or tumbling, having an expertise will help any actor stand out to directors and casting professionals during the audition process. Wondering where to learn one of these impressive skills? There are several college courses for actors that will easily take your résumé to another level.