A few weeks ago, I interviewed, father and son duo, Scott and Chris McGilvray about their short film, Water for Santa Cruz, that is an educational and inspirational film that explores alternatives to the proposed Desalination Plant, Water for Santa Cruz.Posted by admin | 0 comments
Santa Cruz’s multi-talented actress and recent UCSC graduate, Katelyn Laird came into KZSC on July 24, 2013 to talk on Artist on Art about her acting, singing and dancing.
Katelyn will be performing in Cabrillo Stage’s production of Oklahoma, the Rodgers & Hammerstein’s story, song and dance. Set in a Western Indian territory at the turn of the century, the high spirited rivalry between the farmers and cowboys provides the colorful background against which Curly, a handsome cowboy, and the sinister Jud Fry vie for the affection of Laurey, a winsome farm girl. Oklahoma’s multi-award winning depiction of the pioneering men and women of the American Southwest is a joyful classic for the whole family.
This musical event is presented at the Crocker Theater July 26 – August 18, 2013 with 7:30 Evening performances and Saturday and Sunday at matinees 2:00pm.
To hear Katelyn’s interview, please click on the grey button below: [haiku url=”http://miljkovic.org/old_public_html/nada/katelyn.mp3″ title=”Katelyn Laird” graphical=”true”]Posted by admin | 0 comments
Sean’s work predominantly feature birds, fish, and marine mammals images depicted on wood panels using paint, wood burning, and some carving to highlight the images. His experiences is inspired by the lush and rugged Pacific coastline and ocean.
Dancer & yoga teacher, Laura has been dancing American Tribal Style Belly Dance (ATS) for over ten years teaching for the last five. Her troupe, Calla Lily Tribal will perform a choreographed piece as well as ATS pieces that are extemporaneously by multiple leaders through cues such as a turn of the head and/or a wave of a hand. She teaches two classes each week at the West Side Studio on Swift Street in Santa Cruz.
On July 10, 2013, the Director of the Santa Cruz Fringe Festival, Dixie Mills, and participating artists Sandra Risser and Dana Sumnar-Pritchard came into KZSC with Nada Miljkovic about the 2nd annual Santa Cruz Fringe Festival. Sandra Risser is performing an interactive comedy show that she wrote and directed entitled, Act 1: Miss your Ex? Reload and Fire Again. Dana Sumnar-Pritchard is performing a show that she wrote entitled Boobs and Hope.
Dixie is the Director for this 10 day festival that brings together over 30 art groups for over 150 performances beginning July 11th and ending July 20th. There are seven venues for the festival: The Tannery World Dance and Cultural Center, the 418 Project, the MAH, Louden Nelson, Motion Pacific, and Center Stage.
To hear our interview, please click on the grey button below: [haiku url=”http://miljkovic.org/old_public_html/nada/aoa71013a.mp3″ title=”Dixie Mills, Sandra Risser & Dana Sumnar-Pritchard” graphical=”true”]Posted by admin | 0 comments
Father and Son, Scott and Chris McGilvray spoke with Nada Miljkovic about their newest film, Water for Santa Cruz! Scott is a water conservationist expert, educator, and has a company, Water Aware, that is dedicated to reducing your water consumption. Chris is a co-owner of the film company Six Finger Films.
Water for Santa Cruz! is an educational and inspirational film that explores our local water sources and interviews local water experts about three specific steps to water security as alternatives to the proposed Desalination Plant.
Water for Santa Cruz! premieres July 11 at 7:30pm at the Rio Theatre. The event also includes musical performances by Steve Newman’s Kitchen Jazz, Gail Swain, Michael Levy, and Russell Brutsche and several other short documentaries.
To hear our interview, please click on the grey button below: [haiku url=”http://miljkovic.org/old_public_html/nada/scott_2.mp3″ title=”Scott McGilvray” graphical=”true”]
To hear our interview, please click on the grey button below: [haiku url=”http://miljkovic.org/old_public_html/nada/aoa71013.mp3″ title=”Chris McGilvray” graphical=”true”]
Here’s the trailer for Water for Santa Cruz!