Carol Channing Presents “Broadway Voices” for Arts in Education
On Sunday, October 11th, Carol Channing and her husband Harry Kullijian are taking on their most ambitious project to date. They are putting together an evening with some of Carol’s friends entitled “Broadway Voices” for Arts in Education at UCLA’s Royce Hall. The program will consist of a few of Carol’s friends and colleagues participating with one or two songs, routines or even just entertaining banter.
Kim Rhodes will host this event as a number of celebrated Broadway veterans including Joyce Aimee, Mary Jo Catlett, Carole Cook, Jason Graae, Ilene Graff, Sam Harris, and the voices of Los Angeles’ Vox Femina and NPYNK of GMCLA, as well as students from Creative Planet School of the Arts join together with Carol Channing for a one night only event. The evening is designed for the purpose of raising money and awareness with regard to the need for arts in the public school system. Exposure to the arts in school builds self-confidence, self-discipline and teamwork. And, ultimately these things create better, safer schools for our children. “You and I don’t need to save the arts. We need to help the arts save our children,” says Carol.
L.A. Cinema Club Video Workshop
Guests are invited to view members’ efforts at making a short commercial, subject of their choice. Short videos are often a real test of skill. The meeting will be on October 28, at 7:30pm at the Social Hall of the Little White Chapel in Burbank. The hall is located on Jeffries, just east of Hollywood Way. Parking is adjacent.
For further information, contact Walt Gilmore (President) at (818) 842-3820.