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The Registry Theatre
Registry Theatre's Lawrence McNaught joins me to chat about all upcoming Registry Theatre events. He speaks about the Registry's first super successful fundraiser and a very special evening this Saturday April 27 – featuring vibraphone virtuoso Don Thompson and his tribute to legendary jazz pianist George Shearing!
34:39 minutes (31.45 MB)
Lawrence McNaught,Director of Programming at The Registry Theatre, will now be on Coral FM every third Wed of the month! The Registry Theatre is one of the best places to see live performance from dance and theatre to all genres of music from the regular Registry Theatre series to One Night Only!
37:44 minutes (34.04 MB)
Kathleen Sheehy dropped by the Sound FM studios to chat about two great events!
This is happening tonight !!!! At The KW Art Gallery.
This is an exciting piece about a desperate artist and the critic he holds hostage. View filmmaker Peter Conrad's film version of the piece called INVITATION.
Experience it all surrounded by art at the gallery. The playwright, filmmaker and actors will be on hand for a talk-back.
Pay as you leave.
25:47 minutes (22.89 MB)
Jesse Webber and Jack Drysdale Pender of The Crazy Diamonds chat about Mid-Winter Meltdown at The Registry Theatre Part 2
In Part 2 Jack and Jeese Funk It Up with another live performance and give a shout out to The Diamond Girls! We also feature music from Joe Forster. Joe is singer/songwriter from Cobourg Ont. In 2007 he released his first CD “The Black Ribbon of Hope and just recently he released his second CD, Last Chance Blvd. He can be seen live as a solo performer or with the Country Renovators. Joe's songwriting has been influenced by many different styles over the years. His time living in Alberta and the NWT has created some very interesting insights into Canada’s Mosaic.
20:25 minutes (18.05 MB)
Ted Harms from VOC Silent Film Harmonic returns to speak about VOC's latest musical feat – accompanying 1928 B&W silent horror film feature The Man Who Laughs - the inspiration for Batman foe The Joker. VOC is at The Registry Theatre this Friday Jan 11 at 8 pm. Tickets are $20 or $15 with a donation to the Waterloo Region Food Bank. $5 for eyeGO.
24:36 minutes (21.85 MB)
Gita and Chris Ashley from Growing in the Arts join me to speak about their latest production of Vimy continuing at The Registry Theatre this weekend Sat Nov 10 at 2 pm and 7 pm, and Sunday Nov 11 at 2 pm and 7 pm. Sunday's performances with have a commemorative presentation to observe Remembrance Day.
"I want audiences to be "entertained" That is, I want them to laugh and cry and think. In this case, I hope they come out thinking about how we remember, what we remember, and WHY."
13:36 minutes (11.78 MB)
Multi-talented actor / singer / arts innovator/ director Amanda Kind talks about http://www.wix.com/kwmpnews/rent coming to The Registry Theatre April 26 to May 5.
49:39 minutes (43.92 MB)
John Tank returns to The Jazz Room Sat January 5 2013 with The Dave Young Band. Here is an interview conducted at the Sound FM studios recorded in the spring of 2012.
23:10 minutes (20.24 MB)
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I am thrilled to have Local Saxophone Hero John Tank as my special co host this week on Coral FM, in support of his upcoming show at The Registry Theatre April 20 at 8 pm. Tune into Coral FM Wed April 18 on Sound FM www.soundfm.ca between 4 and 6 pm, Channel 946, and 100.3 on the analog dial for a special all jazz show. And check out today's Waterloo Region Record for a coolomundo profile on John Tank by Terry Pender. http://www.therecord.com/news/local/article/705673--john-tank-returns-to...
Ted Harms from VOC Silent Film Harmonic's chats about Buster Keaton's Festival of Film Shorts on Coral FM
Ted Harms (and Penny The Wonderdog) from VOC Silent Film Harmonic return to chat about Buster Keaton's Shorts, at 8 pm Friday March 16 at The Registry Theatre. This is the last piece in this three part improv film music score series which has also included silent films Robert Wiene's The Hands of Orlac, and G.B.Pabst's Pandora's Box. Harms talks about Buster Keaton, "The Great Stone Face", and one of the stars of the silent film era. Of the approx 122 Keaton Shorts, Harms also outlines The Keaton Shorts that VOC decided to choose for the show.
41:50 minutes (37.29 MB)
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