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Believe in Your Body

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October 06, 2017

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by Lillian Appleby
October 05, 2017

Fall Decor for 2017

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October 04, 2017

Inspiration for indie filmmaking…no money…no problem

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September 29, 2017

Free Horoscopes - October 2017

by Maya White
September 26, 2017

Review of Mother and IT

by Mike Peros
September 25, 2017

Creating an Acting Plan - Part Two

by Fran Montano
September 20, 2017

Get to Know '818 Empire'

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September 19, 2017

Time As Activity – David Lamelas and Bernd & Hilda Becher

by Raleigh Barrett
September 13, 2017

A Weekend in the "American Riviera"

by Jack Witt
September 12, 2017

KCON LA 2017 @ The LA Convention Center

by Caroline McElroy
September 11, 2017

What Can a Dollar Buy? Depends on Where You Live

by Lillian Appleby
September 08, 2017

How successful are you?

by Jessie Marcus
September 07, 2017

Six Simple Dating Tips to Call in The One This Fall

by Cristina Morara
Thursday, 21 May 2015 10:50

THE HIDDEN ARTIST: Jacqueline Myers-Cho

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THE HIDDEN ARTIST: Jacqueline Myers-Cho

ARTWORK WILL BE LEFT ON THE WALL UNTIL IT IS DEMOLISHED was posted at the A+ D Architecture and Design Museum. The Beyond Graffiti 2 exhibition doesn’t have a concrete end date, because the museum doesn’t quite know when it will be razed to make way for the Metro Purple Line. So for now, the exhibition dates run haphazardly from March 28th, 2015 – May*. The time table drifts off into the ethers. It may sound gimmicky, but it’s far from that.

Wednesday, 06 May 2015 15:14

Feel the fear and do it anyway!

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“Do one thing every day that scares you.” —Mary Schmich

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Monday, 27 April 2015 15:08

Actor as Entrepreneur

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Several actors in class this week inspired me as they participated in the “Hot Seat” exercise – that’s where actors keep themselves accountable by checking in about how they feel and what they’ve been up to; it’s also a way in for me as a coach. The serendipity I felt recalling some of their comments thrilled me, because they were right in line with the topic of this month’s blog.

So there’s the “hair and make-up” emergency must-have kit. There’s the “rebuild your pointe shoes anywhere” must-have kit. There’s even the “tape and scrape that costume back together” kit. It’s up to you how much you really want to lug every where you go, but my recommendations here are for emergency use.

Thursday, 09 April 2015 11:54

Teamwork makes the dreamwork

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I first heard the expression “teamwork makes the dreamwork” on the set of NCIS from L.L. Cool J and if I hadn’t already had enough reasons to think he was a cool breeze, that clinched it! He didn’t make it up but he does get the credit for stating a truth that exists not only in television production but everywhere humans come together to combine their talents and resources for a common goal. It’s a versatile concept that applies to teams of 2 and teams of 2000.

Monday, 06 April 2015 10:31

The Power of the Camera

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The chances are that people all around you are up to something. And by that I don’t just mean cheating on their tax returns. They are creating, they are writing, they are shooting, they are planning and scheming and all that energy is well worth taping into.
Friday, 03 April 2015 11:56

Who Knew Dude Quilters Were So Dope?

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There’s no misnomer to these “man”-made quilts. Man-Made: Contemporary Male Quilters is exactly that, a dude quilting exhibition at the Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM).

Monday, 30 March 2015 10:47

THE HIDDEN ARTIST: Joshua Levine

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THE HIDDEN ARTIST: Joshua Levine

Wednesday, 25 March 2015 09:52

Top 6 things every actor needs!

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Are you a professional actor or a hobbyist?

Wednesday, 18 March 2015 10:42

Dancer Wellness: Stay in Love with Dance

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I am writing this article for several different audiences out there: for those dancers who are burned out, lack luster, and “over it;” for people who danced “before” and haven’t put those shoes on for “a long time;” for those dance dreamers who wished they “could’ve” but “couldn’t.” Maybe you’re injured and can’t get out on the dance floor? Here’s the jist - you need inspiration. And just in case you’re reading this and you’ve got your inspiration meter turned way up, keep the following tips in your back pocket in case there’s a need for you or a person you know to reconnect in.

I had the pleasure of catching CB1 Gallery’s inaugural exhibitions at their new warehouse arts district location, DTLA adjacent. While this post will go live after their first rotation of artists, CB1’s new location promises nothing short of savvy and talented artists to come. The opening exhibitions at CB1 Gallery featured the Guest Gallery exhibition In Search of the Dot that Created the Circle: Geometry in Nature, alongside Laura Krifka’s Reap the Whirlwind and Andre Goeritz’s schadenfreude.

Friday, 06 March 2015 10:21

How 10 minutes a day can change everything!

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Its not news that happy, motivated people are immense assets in the companies they work for. And it isn’t just that they are more productive, creative, and successful, it’s that they are more fulfilled. So if someone told you that a 10 minute practice daily would help put you into the ranks of the peaceful and place you on the path to greater joy and satisfaction in the work you do, would you be curious? I know I was and they weren’t kidding.

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It looks like Actors Equity Association is on a mission to “kill” small theater in Los Angeles, masked by the principle that actors must get paid more. They believe they are protecting their actors, when in fact, they will suffocate them. Call it “Equity Waiver Theater” or the “AEA 99 Seat Theater Plan.” In this essay I will call it “Small Theater in LA,” and will leave the union out of it for now.

When I first walked in to the Charlie James Gallery, I didn’t walk in. The owner, Charlie James (complete relation to the gallery namesake), saw me tug at the locked door and sprinted over, keys in hand and apologies in mouth. The well-read and well-spoken Charlie apologized for what I’m sure he saw as lollygagging, but what I saw as local charm. He was chatting with another gallery owner on Chung King Road under the China Town lanterns.

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 16:33

Dancer Health: Mind Your Spine

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The many different styles of dance have varying demands on the body. Having a more complete understanding of how to take care of your body is crucial no matter what types of dance you do. The function and alignment of the spine is at the top of this list.

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