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Sissy gets in the cage with actor Mark Borkowski and director E.B. Hughes this Friday night LIVE
Actor Mark Borkowski and director E.B. Hughes talk to Sissy about their new film Pacing The Cage this Friday night on The Sissy Gamache Show LIVE 7:30pm EST on MNN Channel 56 TWC Manhattan and on our website www.thesissygamacheshow.com
Jan. 8, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Eric B. Hughes...aka E.B. Hughes has written numerous screenplays, and has sold 2 screenplays; The one screenplay "The Fallen Faithful" was made into a feature-film in 2010. It won Best Screenplay in 2011 at the Beverly Hills Film festival. Hughes has directed the boxing documentary "Once a Champion" -which chronicled the comeback of former Light-heavyweight boxing champion, Matthew Saad Muhammad when he was 40 years old. I directed 2 short films ( A Distant Chord & Harsh Light). "Harsh Light" won several awards at film festivals. Production on "Pacing the Cage" began in 2009, and ended in March of 2011. It was shot on location in New York, and took 2 years to shoot due to raising financing. Its stars Denny Bess as "Max Lyons"- a recently released convict who is trying to get his life straightened out- when some personal ...more...
Sissy joins the afterlife with writer Richard Vetere this Friday night LIVE on The Sissy Show!
Author Richard Vetere talks about his new book The Writers Afterlife as well as his spectacularly talented career in Film, Television and Theatre with Sissy this Friday night LIVE on The Sissy Gamache Show 7:30pm EST on MNN Channel 56 TWC Manhattan and on our website www.thesissygamacheshow.com
Jan. 16, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Richard Vetere is a playwright, screenwriter, television writer, novelist and actor.
Vetere's plays have been produced Off Broadway, regionally and internationally, such as The Engagement, Coupla Bimbos Sittin' Around Talkin, Gangster Apperal,Caravaiggo, Machiavelli, and One Shot, One Kill and all have been published by Dramatic Publishing. In 1983 his play Rockaway Boulevard was reviewed by Michiko Kakutani in The New York Times and she wrote,"Vetere demonstrates the ability to mix the poetic with the colloquial."
In 1983 Vetere's screenplay Vigilante was made into a feature film starring Robert Forster and Carol Lynley and was the 20th grossing film for ...more...
A special panel Sissy Show with the cast of the new play The Portrait by Sara Levine Simon this Friday night!This Friday night, the cast of Sarah Levine Simon's new play The Portrait sit with Sissy to talk about this world premiere with actors Ratanya Alda, Jessica Eleanor Grant, June Stein, James Leaf, Caitlin O'Heaney, Roger Hendricks Simon (also director), James Williams as well as playwright Sarah Levine Simon this Friday night on The Sissy Gamache Show 7:30pm EST on MNN Channel 56 TWC Manhattan and on our website www.thesissygamacheshow.com
Jan. 23, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Sarah Levine Simon's THE PORTRAIT is a new comedy of manners—a highfaluting madcap caper, satirizing the war between the haves and the have-nots!
Marty Finklestein, a struggling theater director, has been bequeathed THE PORTRAIT of his 18th Century Jewish ancestor. Over pate and crepes, at a dinner hosted by his wealthy cousin Toddy Renard, antics by the French maid Honore, high notes from Marty’s singer wife Alissa, and pretentions about their early American Jewish roots, a wager is ...more...
Sissy's voice is joined by Pulitzer Prize playwright Nilo Cruz and the cast of Sotto Voce LIVE!
Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Nilo Cruz joins Sissy to talk about the World Premiere of his new play Sotto Voce, which he is also directing, along with cast members Andhy Mendez (Sabado Gigante, Blue Bloods) and Arielle Jacobs (Broadway's In The Heights) this Friday night LIVE on The Sissy Gamache Show 7:30pm EST on MNN Channel 56 TWC Manhattan and on our website www.thesissygamacheshow.com
Feb. 6, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Nilo Cruz won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize in Drama for his play, "Anna in the Tropics," making him the first Latino to be so honored. He is author of more than 13 plays and four translations. He studied theater first at Miami-Dade Community College and later in NYC under fellow Cuban María Irene Fornés. Fornés recommended Cruz to Paula Vogel, who was then teaching at Brown University, where Cruz received his M.F.A. in 1994. He was playwright-in-residence at the New Theatre in Coral Gables, FL, where he wrote "Anna in the Tropics," which received the Pulitzer and Steinberg prizes in 2003. Its Broadway premiere in 2004 starred Jimmy Smitts in the lead role. Plays by Cruz have been presented by the Public Theater, NY Theatre Workshop, Pasadena Playhouse, McCarter Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, South Coast Repertory, The Alliance, New Theatre, Florida Stage and the Coconut Grove Playhouse. He is an alumnus of New Dramatists and has taught playwriting at Brown University, the University of Iowa, Yale and University of Miami. In 2009, he received the PEN/Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater Award for a distinguished American playwright in mid-career.
"Sotto Voce" is a dream play in which a passionate, Jewish-Cuban young man (Saquiel) sets out to recover memories of the S.S. St. Louis which, in 1939, left Nazi Germany for Cuba filled with Jewish refugees but was turned back by Cuba, the U.S. and ...more...