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BlackBerry Daze has us counting the ways we love theatre | Follow the buzz DryerBuzz

#LivingAtlantaStyle stage by stage, we were back at Horizon for Blackberry Daze. I’ll tell you about the play in a minute. It stars TC Carson. First and foremost, whenever TC Carson takes the stage in Atlanta, women of a certain age, my age, are transported right back to our favorites episodes of Living Single. At first note, we’re ready to shred a few napkins like Max. Yes, Carson gives that note again and again in Blackberry Daze — but so does the entire ensemble. The walls of Horizon Theatre will…

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DryerBuzzLive | Great Broadway Debate with Stepp Stewart, Lamont Williams, Cindy the Musical returns to Atlanta

DryerBuzzLIVE — ICYMI enjoy this episode of DryerBuzzLIVE from TUOIA when Stepp Stewart stopped by to give us exclusive buzz on Cindy the Musical and introduce Lamont Williams cast in the role of Cindy’s father James. Conversation started buzzing when we talked about Broadway and musical theatre making it’s way to television such as in the case of The Wiz and Grease Live.  Stewart tells us Hair Spray is on its way. Plus we wanted to know more about Stewart’s production Cindy the Musical returning to Sandford Porter Performing Arts…

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DryerBuzzTV | Behind the Buzz Episode 7 – #LanguageofMen Takeover – Kerwin Thompson, Anthony S Goolsby, Roosevelt McQueen, Miles Davis | Watch

In episode 7 of #DryerBuzz #BehindtheBuzz, the men takeover for the #LanguageofMen. We are joined by cast of Brothers if Affliction, Kerwin Thompson and Anthony S Goolsby. After, we met author of Perfect Imperfections, Roosevelt McQueen. Then, we buzzed the art world with artist Miles Davis. That’s just the first scope. In follow up scope came the after scope with community entrepreneurs. Never miss a minute of the buzz. For guest links and details, follow the buzz via http://DryerBuzz.com Behind the Buzz tapes Fridays inside TUOIA. Guest Links: Rising Sage…

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Living Atlanta Style Stage by Stage | Buzzed to Brothers of Affliction | Rising Sage Theatre

Living Atlanta Style — We’re back living Atlanta style stage by stage for another season.  Just two weekends and two shows in, we are already blown away by the talent, commitment to truth, and stories on stage.  The buzz keeps going and going.  We’re anticipating arrival of several holiday shows as well. But check out the buzz #BehindtheBuzz from Brothers of Affliction starring Kerwin Thompson (Chris), Carlus Houston (Shane), and Anthony S Golsby (Tyriq). Don’t miss this return of Brothers of Affliction from Rising Sage Theatre.  See it until November 22…

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DryerBuzzTV | #BehindtheBuzz of Fetch Clay Make Man Cast Talkback | Watch

Behind the Buzz — Living Atlanta Style stage by stage, we buzzed to see Fetch Clay Make Man, the story of a friendship between Stepin Fetchit and Muhammad Ali.  Following the Sunday matinee, the cast and director held a talk back to discuss the play and the dynamics of the friendships and challenges each man faced as leading influences of a culture. As part of our fall/winter editorial, DryerBuzz will venture to theatre Sundays and/or Wednesday to support live and local theatre.  Follow the buzz with DryerBuzz on Meetup for…

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Living Atlanta Style | Atlanta relives life of Paul Robeson with one man play by Stogie Kenyatta

Living Atlanta Style — Friend of the buzz and star of the stage Stogie Kenyatta arrived back into Atlanta to wow history buffs and theatre goers with his one man play “The World is my Home-The Life of Paul Robeson“. We couldn’t let the weekend of shows go without a buzzing interview with Kenyatta.  As we revisited history, flood gates opened on a great debate which Stogie obliged on DryerBuzz on News and Talk 1380 #DryerBuzzonWAOK.  Listen, enjoy, and comment. Interview with Stogie Kenyatta with Yalanda P Lattimore and Antavius…

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SoapBox Buzz | Why Scrooge got a gun? #ChristmasinJuly

Soapbox Buzz – Something had me on my soapbox when strolling through Atlanta’s Woodruff Arts Center.  Always excited to buzz through on my way to the station when taking the tourist approach to the city.  Love being in the midst of the arts and theatre.  At first glance of holiday production Scrooge, my first thought was OMG it’s almost Christmas — Christmas in July! Immediately after 4th of July, every heart, mind, and wallet turns to Christmas. Every other holiday in between is just a prelude.  Long story short, my…

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DryerBuzzRadio | Finding Audience in Atlanta – Atlanta Black Theatre Festival and Rising Sage Theatre | Plus Buzz It or Bash It with Vitamin Q

DryerBuzzonWAOK — Your double dose of buzz this week kicked off with special Buzz It or Bash It with special guest blogger Quincy Williams of Vitamin Q. What had you liking, sharing and buzzing over the week as well as what you might have missed.  Then we opened a great debate with members of Atlanta’s theatre community about finding their audience in Atlanta — from writing, producing, and acting on Atlanta’s many live stages.  The big question — where are you when it comes to stage in Atlanta? Theatre, an…

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Living Atlanta Style | Ethics on the Stage with Pearl Cleage: Blues for an Alabama Sky March 31st | Actors Readings and Dialogue

#LivingAtlantaStyle stage by stage, can’t miss Ethics on the Stage. Chance to hear actors readings from Pearl Cleage’s new “Blues for an Alabama Sky, ” and Pearl herself. #HairSheBuzz opportunity to interact with one of the greatest living African American Playwrights. Tuesday, 7pm at the Center for Ethics. http://ethics.emory.edu/pillars/ethics_and_arts/stage.html For more events like this browse #LivingAtlantaStyle and Listen to #DryerBuzzonWAOK http://cbsloc.al/ListenWAOK  Living Atlanta Style. — you just got the buzz with DryerBuzz.com — transforming the way we look — at life!   Extra Buzz#LivingAtlantaStyle – Weekend update best BBQ Hair Show…

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Maya Angelou keynotes Atlanta’s Women to Women, Plus Living Atlanta Style with Our Story, Vagina Monologues, and Preacher Exes | Buzzing Events Feb 28th-Mar 2nd

DryerBuzz.com Entertainment Buzz ~ Living Atlanta Style ~ Top 5 Weekend Events to Close out Black History Month and usher in Women’s History Month.  Fill you weekend calendar with these events and more — LIVE BLOG! Raw Transcript: What’s your style? How are you living Atlanta? In a city filled with arts, culture, history and the best in current events, let’s fil your weekend calendar – you’re now Living Atlanta Style with DryerBuzz.com. It’s time to get the weekend buzzing with these top 5 events to help you start #LivingAtlantaStyle…

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Theatre Clipping: Emory hosts free dramatic reading and ethics conversation | Vera Stark Ethics on the Stage October 9th

Clipped from Vera Stark Ethics on the Stage | Alliance Theatre A free dramatic reading and ethics conversation “Passing and the Complex Landscape of Identity Formation” Join us at Emory University’s Center for Ethics for an engaging ethical discussion of select scenes performed by the cast of By the Way, Meet Vera Stark with renowned playwright Pearl Cleage, director Leah Gardiner, dramaturg Celise Calke, 50 Shades of Black creator Carlton Mackey, and it’s all moderated by Paul Root Wolpe, the director of the Center for Ethics. Emory Center for Ethics Rita Anne…

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Diary of Musical Theatre: Buzzing with Colt Chambers, Producer | What’s UpStairs?

DryerBuzz – DIARY OF MUSICAL THEATREInterview with Colt Chambers, Producerby Alice Shapiro Recently I met with 19-year-old producer Colt Chambers at The Olive Tree Restaurant in Hiram, GA for an interview and to talk about my musical, What’s Upstairs? To give an idea of what a theatrical producer does, here is one definition: A producer balances and coordinates the business and financial aspects of mounting a show in service of the creative realization of the playwright’s vision, works directly with a director and sometimes is involved in casting or in…

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Hair She Buzz! Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson and Cynthia Wesley | #4LittleGirls Remembered in Atlanta

Atlanta was treated to a A FREE, staged reading of the play FOUR LITTLE GIRLS: Birmingham 1963 Sunday, September 15, 2013, at 6 p.m. in the Martin Luther King, Jr. International Chapel on the campus of Morehouse College. Written by playwright Christina Ham and directed by acclaimed actors Afemo and Elisabeth Omilami, the audience traveled back in time to learn the dreams of four little girls. Kids today say they don’t know about the “bombing that took the lives of four young girls – Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole…

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Hair She Buzz! 9 Women Who Kept Us Buzzing from Atlanta and beyond in August – Antoinette Tuff, Trey Anthony, Bernice A King, Mo Ivory, Double Divas and more

Buzzing27 — There’s a formula to creating buzz which starts with telling your story.  These buzzing women were included in top Hair She Buzz stories at DryerBuzz.com as they created buzz from Atlanta and beyond. From stage to tv, real life and reality, women are accomplishing what they love with courage and faith.  From Annette Tuff whose work day became a history making moment; to Trey Anthony as she brings our stories to stage with Da Kink in My Hair; to Reverend Bernice King who had to stand before the nation…

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Paris Crayton III day at DryerBuzz.com – All roads lead to CHAINZ: Tales from an endangered species | Staged Reading

Paris Crayton III day at DryerBuzz.com. All roads lead to CHAINZ: Tales from an endangered species. Stage reading. I want to see you there for this reading so this production an launch with real Atlanta love. Don’t wait for me to boast about it in video. Come out. Live a little. Support a lot! When folks make it big, we always want them to give back – FIRST we gotta give so they can give back! I LOVE THEATRE! Stage is the final destination for TRUTH! CHAINZ: Tales from an endangered species. Stage…

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