Michelle Cameron – 22 – Music Video (Unofficial)

http://EnewsOf.com – Michelle Cameron (actress/singer) – 22 – Music Video (Unofficial) –

Clips: Remixed and re-edited by EnewsOf.com for this video.
Clips came from online videos at: michellecameronofficial.com/media/ and genero.tv/watch-video/38159

Song: Written and performed by Michelle Cameron –
Music produced by Travis Yablon –

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
1 (800) 273-8255

About Michelle Cameron:

Michelle Cameron (born November 14, 1991) is an American stage and screen actor best known for her stage role as Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Violet in the film Those Who Wander and April in the film Kensho at the Bedfellow.

Early Life

Cameron was born Michelle Mary Cecelia Berry in Bellingham, Washington on November 14, 1991, the daughter of Eydie (nee Bourgeois) and David Berry. She completed her K-12 education in the Blaine, WA School District.


In 2010 Cameron received a scholarship to attend the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University where she studied musical theater in the New Studio on Broadway. She graduated from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts in 2013 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama. She was awarded the Tisch School of the Arts, Artist and Scholar Award in 2013. The same year Cameron studied on-screen acting at Stonestreet Studios whose alumni include James Earl Jones, Susan Sarandon, Johnny Depp and Mike Myers. In the summer of 2013 Cameron performed at the Town Hall (New York) in Broadway Rising Stars, a national showcase for the top graduating Musical Theater students in the United States. In June 2013 Cameron played the role of Violet, a drug dealer’s girlfriend opposite Bonnie Wright’s character Zoe in the film Those Who Wander. In Kensho at the Bedfellow which is pre-production she plays the role of April, the deceased sister of protagonist Dan Bender played by Brad Raider.

Source: Wikipedia User

Angels in America New Script Reading Act 2 part 1

Updated ‘Angels’ script gets first staged reading in Provincetown
Martin Bedogne rehearses his role as Joe Pitt with director Michael Walczak (seated) for this weekend’s staged reading of Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America Part II: Perestroika.”

By Maria Nazos
GateHouse News Service
Posted Nov 14, 2012 @ 07:00 AM
Last update Nov 14, 2012 @ 02:21 PM

A slender woman with closely cropped blond hair struggles with an imaginary tree. She lugs the invisible, but nonetheless heavy pine across the floor by its trunk. She has an intent look on her face, as if she is determined enough to bend steel.

Meanwhile, a second woman sitting in a chair looks on, concerned. The air is rife with tension. The blonde woman is smuggling a tree from an arboretum. And there is nothing that anyone can do to stop her.

This is only one of the arresting scenes in “Angels in America: Part II: Perestroika,” which the Actors Theater Group, a lively and diverse new ensemble of mostly local thespians, is performing this weekend at Provincetown’s Unitarian Universalist Meeting House.

The reading’s director, Michael Walczak, heads the group, which includes Anne Stott, Melissa Nussbaum Freeman, Mark Adams, Griff Griffith, Tony Johnson, Mark Weinress, Sewall Whittemore and Martin Bedogne.

“Angels in America Part II: Perestroika” is the sequel to the “Angels in America Part I: Millennium Approaches,” which the group performed at The Provincetown Theater last spring. Both full-length plays were written by Tony Kushner, who has worked and vacationed in Provincetown for the past 20 years and who was honored this past summer by the Fine Arts Work Center at FAWC’s annual benefit gala.

“Tony volunteered the rewrite,” Walczak says. “He said he had always thought the original needed work. The rewrite is tighter. It clears up confusion over heaven and angels. The poetry of his work comes through loud and clear. He said he would hope someday to stage a full production [of this rewrite].”

The plays, which opened on Broadway in 1993, earned Kushner both a Pulitzer Prize and a Tony Award. Several years later, the HBO epic miniseries aired in 2003, directed by Mike Nichols and featuring Meryl Streep, Robert De Niro and several other major celebrities, earning its author an Emmy.

According to Walczak, Kushner updated the script for this reading after he met the playwright at the summer FAWC party. This revised version has not yet been performed, thus making Provincetown’s Unitarian Universalist Meeting House its first dramatic home.

Set in New York City during the late 1980s, the plot follows the entwined lives of an assortment of people affected by the AIDS crisis. The lead character, a young man named Prior Walter, contracts AIDS after being abandoned by his partner. Shortly thereafter, Walter falls in love with the character of Joe Pitt, a closeted gay Mormon. Meanwhile an angel appears to Walter who informs him that both he and others afflicted by the AIDS virus are actually prophets.

Read more: Updated ‘Angels’ script gets first staged reading in Provincetown – – Wicked Local Provincetown http://www.wickedlocal.com/provincetown/photo/x970306970/Updated-Angels-script-gets-first-staged-reading-in-Provincetown#ixzz2DTh0OzVL

THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH: UIrich Thomsen i TV 2 Nyhederne (1999)

Ultimo januar 1999 bragte TV 2 Nyhederne et interview med skuespilleren Ulrich Thomsen, der netop havde fået rollen som Sasha Davidov i “The World is Not Enough”, den 19. James Bond-film fra EON Productions.

I indslaget fortæller 35-årige Ulrich Thomsen, at han drømmer om at gøre karriere uden for Danmarks grænser:

“Det kunne være sjovt, hvis man kunne få lidt at lave i udlandet, i nogle europæiske sammenhænge. Eller i amerikanske. Lad os bare dække hele verden, når vi nu er i gang!”

Dét ønske gik som bekendt i opfyldelse. Efter “The World is Not Enough” har Ulrich Thomsen spillet over for bl.a. Johnny Depp (“Mortdecai”), Nicolas Cage (“Season of the Witch”), John Cusack (“Max”) og Naomi Watts (“The International”), haft en bærende rolle i fire sæsoner af HBO-serien “Banshee” samt medvirket i adskillige europæiske film.

JUMANJI: WILLKOMMEN IM DSCHUNGEL / Trailer K Deutsch / Startdatum: 21. Dezember 2017

In dem brandneuen Abenteuer JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE mit den Schauspielstars Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart und Karen Gillan werden vier ungleiche Teenager in die gefährliche Welt von Jumanji hineingezogen und in Avatare mit einzigartigen Fähigkeiten verwandelt. Dort müssen sie das waghalsigste Abenteuer ihres Lebens bestehen – andernfalls bleiben sie für immer im Spiel gefangen …

120506 Collage Theater This Is Not A Show! 4

Collage Theater Presents:

as part of the Home Theater Festival

THIS IS NOT A SHOW! a fun evening to tickle your fancy, and ask the question: what does it mean to do, or not do performance?
Brought to you through installations, dance, theater, music, video, sitting, standing, crying, laughing, snacking, and more
If you’ll call it fun, we’ll call it performance, just as long as you don’t call it a show


This Is Not a Drum Solo –
performed by Suki O’Kane, Dohee Lee, and John Hanes

This Is Not a Monologue –
performed by Darl Andrew Packard, with Darl Andrew Packard

This Is Not an Audition –
performed by David Dillen

This Is Not a Little Ditty –
performed by Karl Cronin

This Is Not a Video Installation –
by Matisse Michalski and Sarah Fiske

This Is Not….Awkward? –
performed by Dasha Che and Lila

This Is Not A Cat Fashion Show
This is Not Your Dirty Laundry
These Are Not Refreshments
This Is Not A Puppet Show featuring Barbara Millicent Roberts and her friends Chloe, Chloe, and Chloe
This Is Not A Lighting Installation with special guest Robert Pattinson of Twilight!
Offending the Audience
and more!

Sunday May 6th, 2012
doors open at 7p for installation and lounge access
performance starts at 7:30p

3400 Ulloa St. (at the corner of 35th Ave.) in San Francisco
Easy access from L-Taraval, 29 or 23 Muni Buses

$4.99-9.99 sliding scale available in advance through Eventbrite, or at the door

Help us get the word out!
Facebook the event, invite your friends,
we’ll see you there!

Sunday, May 6
THIS IS NOT A SHOW, by Collage Theater (SF)
WhenSun, May 6, 7pm – 9pm
WhereSF (map)
DescriptionCollage Theater Presents: THIS IS NOT A SHOW as part of the International Home Theater Festival Collaborators Include: Sarah Fiske, Matisse Michalski, Darl Andrew Packard, Suki O’Kane, and David Dillen All Proceeds will be divided among the contributing artists. http://collagetheater.com/ Presale tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3271217299?utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new_eventv2&utm_term=eventurl_text
more details» copy to my calendar

JUMANJI: BIENVENUE DANS LA JUNGLE / Trailer K French / Date de sortie: 20 décembre 2017

Dans le tout nouveau film d’aventures JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE, les stars Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart et Karen Gillan sont quatre amis propulsés dans l’univers aussi surprenant que dangereux d’un jeu comme aucun autre: Jumanji. Transformés en avatars, ils possèdent chacun des aptitudes particulières. S’ils échouent aux épreuves de la plus dangereuse aventure de leur vie, ils resteront à jamais prisonniers du jeu…