As much as I love theatre, I love television equally as much! Little House On The Prairie was one of the biggest TV shows of the 70s/80s and Alison Arngrim, played the "Prairie" bitch, Nellie Oleson. This Mother's Day weekend, Alison makes her annual return to The Laurie Beechman Theatre with her one-woman show Confessions of a Prairie Bitch: Nellie Oleson Live! on Saturday, May 7 at 7pm and Sunday, May 8 at 1pm!
I first met Kim David Smith in 2011 when he was premiering his show Misfit at The Laurie Beechman Theatre. That show made me an instant fan! I'm so thrilled to sit down with Kim David Smith yet again to discuss his brand new cabaret show Morphium Kabarett, which will have a month long residency at Pangea in NYC from May 2-23! Each week, Kim David Smith will be joined by a special guest!
I first interviewed Angeline Rose Troy in 2012 around the time her Lifetime movies were premiering. Now we get to catch up, switch gears, and talk about her starring turn in the 2016 Science Fiction One-Act Play Festival which will be taking place from May 5-29 at ACME Theatre Hollywood. Angeline will be starring in Nathan Wellman's Love Life Alpha, part of ONE-ACTS PROGRAM B on May 12, 13, 14, 15, 22, 26, 27, 28!
Today we are Dreaming With…Tony nominated actress Montego Glover! We discuss her Lincoln Center Theatre debut and Jefferson interprets her "mysterious" dream. Montego will be appearing as "Nina" in The Royale through May 1st, 2016.
This interview is part of the internet based TV show I am co-hosting with Dream Interpreter Jefferson Harman called Dreaming With...on Stardreamscafe.com.
Each episode features an inside look at the lives and dreams of today’s artists, writers, and entertainers. This unique dream interpretation/interview series is filmed on location at the famed Algonquin Hotel in New York City’s historic theatre district.
I love independent films because I get to see who's on the up and up. When Lukas Raphael's movie TRYST came to my attention, I couldn't wait to watch this film about dating in today's society. No matter what your sexual orientation, this film is for you! Lukas and I had so much fun discussing TRYST, the filmmaking process, dating, and dancing. TRYST is going to be in the Manhattan Film Festival on Thursday, April 21 at 7pm at Cinema Village!