This man has a NUMBER ONE rating in Japan and all over the Orient, he has worked with NM’s Own Mike Cee Carpenter…and he has captured the heart and speaks to the soul of the TRUEST TRUEEB…(true Eric Benet fan).
You know her…we all love her, NMFilm’s regular gal Friday – Thursday, eight days a week, every waking hour, SANDI KAY!
As a charter member of his U.S. fan club she needs to get in with Eric Benet and get the recognition she deserves as his number one fan so that she can bring him here.
Sandi’s been instrumental in getting countless shows, performances and productions rolling. Help us, help her bring her favorite performer to town…
Just check out this super-romantical video, share this link and help us get some “True Love” into New Mexico!
COMING SOON – Thursday nights at the 8 p.m. “hot slot” on UPublicTV:
Front Row Divas is a lighthearted, quirky web-series that is a laser sharp review of movies from the perspective of four unique, smart and sassy women. Each week the Divas will bring you first rate of features showing at a theater near you.
But these Divas are no laymen; they’re writers, producers, actors, and directors, who are actively working in the film industry. They’ve been in the trenches on countless movie sets and have the moxie to tell it like it is. As women in an often male dominated industry, they bring a fresh, unique perspective to what’s being shown on the silver screen.
- Front Row Divas
Brought to you by a collaboration between Mean Mug Films, Santa Fe University of Art and Design, and Garson Studios.
G. Vincent Pulli, Director of A&M Talent Agency in Santa Fe, died the morning of September 12 following a valiant three-year battle with cancer. A stalwart champion for the New Mexico film and entertainment industry, he will be sorely missed.
Vince was born August 18, 1944 and raised in suburban Philadelphia. He served in the army during the Vietnam War and ran several businesses in Pennsylvania and Florida during the 1970s and 1980s. As the Florida film industry boomed, Vince became a franchised agent for the Screen Actors Guild in 1992. After moving to Santa Fe in 2002, he joined the Santa Fe Association of Realtors and hung his license with RE/MAX but was soon drawn back to working with actors and built A&M into the largest SAG agency in the state.
Vince is survived by his wife and co-director, Elizabeth, son David, of Denver, Colorado, and sisters Cindy Godshall and Pamela Wenger, of Souderton, Pennsylvania.
I found out this morning that a great Man passed away last night peacefully in his sleep after a three year battle with Cancer. Vince Pulli The Co-Owner of A&M Agency which represents a large pool of NM Talent has left us. Vince’s work helped me realize a dream that I am forever grateful for. Thank you for all your work and dedication to each and every one of us. Liz my heart goes out to you and Jody Black as you carry on his work. Let’s celebrate his life. – Manny Baca
Out of all the agents I’ve had over the years, he believed in me the most! I will really miss him. Praying for all who knew and loved him. – Shenita Moore
Rest peacefully Mr. Pulli. Praying for the hearts of all who love you. WE will celebrate your life. The A&M family will miss you, and we love the legacy that you have left. Liz, Jody Black, Warm thoughts being sent your way. – Sandi Kay
Just found that one of the few people who believed in me from the very beginning six years ago, a man that I trusted, one who acted honorably both with me and on my behalf, one who had as much passion in his laughter as he did in his cussing…Vince Pulli is gone from this Earth…so very many good memories, life lessons, and growth both as a person and as an actor came as a result of knowing him…Liz, Jody Black, you are in my thoughts and prayers. – Amy Jo Larson
Vince was more than just my agent, he was a friend & father to everyone in the film community. His spirit, fight, & passion for the industry will live on through us all. – Erik Hausmanis
Writer, Director, Producer – Julie Reichert, Producers – Chris Ranney, Brent Tiano, Director of Photography – Corey Weintraub, Production Designer – Scott Christopher Clark, Composer and Sound Designer – C.K. Barlow, Editor – Sterling Grant 3
Cast: Karen Young, Vic Browder, Steven Michael Quezada, Lan Tat, Dave Colon, Kristin Hansen, Nicolise Dorian Louis, Etain O’Malley, Joanne Camp, Aarti K. Attreya, Chad Brummett, Lauren Myers, Paul Hunton, Sandi Kay Shelby, Sylvie Obledo, Marcus Taylor, Alexa Bauer, Ann Kirby, Kristin Elliot, Lovie Johnson, Raquelle Lucero, Shylah Ranney, Mikie Silva, Bill Mohr, Julie Reichert, Amy Baklini, Megan Pribyl, Michelle Alena Smith, Chandra Ursule Brown, Andrea Good, Tangee L. Gutierrez, Jennifer Loli, Jodi Nemish, Erin Roady, Rebecka Ross, Theresa Marie Salazar
Rainbow Studio Theater Company and VSA North Fourth Art Center proudly present Ntozake Shange’s Obie-award winning play “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” this month at the N4th Theater.
This is the inaugural production of Rainbow Studio Theater company founded by Cathryn McGill, Producer and Regina Dawley, Director. McGill is a veteran, award-winning actress/singer/songwriter and community activist and Dawley, a relative newcomer to the New Mexico scene, has extensive Broadway and Hollywood credits as a principal dancer with Shirley McClaine, Redd Foxx, Marvin Gaye, et. al. These two dynamic women are committed to creating memorable, dynamic. entertaining and socially relevant theater experiences for audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
For Colored Girls by Ntozake Shange is a series of 20 poems set to music and dance about sorrow, shared experiences, looking for humor in every situation and persevering to find the the pot of gold at the end of our collective and individual rainbows. Shange coined the term “choreopoem” to describe this exploration of what it’s like “bein’ alive, bein’ a woman and bein’ colored”. For Colored Girls is a theater classic and a perfect first production for the Rainbow Studio Theater Company.
Please come out and celebrate with us at one of three performances of this play. Friday, April 29 8pm, Saturday, April 30, 8pm or Sunday, May 1 1pm.
THESE SHOWS WILL SELL OUT QUICKLY!
BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE NOW
or call the N4th Theater Box Office to Make a Reservation -
Call Rainbow Studio Theater Company at 505-407-6784 to negotiate group discounts and to get additional information about the production.
We can’t wait to see you at one of our performances. Tell all your friends and come out and support live theater in Albuquerque.
To become a part of the team of professional actors & models (men, women and children) send your headshot and resume to: email@example.com
Our company is based on the belief that our customers needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. What makes our agency stand out is the personal attention and local hires, we are local and have personally screened all our staff.
We welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry. We look forward to staffing your next event!
Click here for event details for Albuquerque’s, For Colored Girls Theater Performance!
Regina Dawley, Cathryn McGill, Sandi Kay, Teona Ducre, Dia Gaitirira, Kalene Dan-Jambo, Dominque Gray, Lamonique “Lala” Davidson, Chandra Ursule Brown, Cecelia Webb, Brenda Hollingsworth Marley, Alana Grier
Click the pic to hear me unabashedly gush over one of our most favorite New Mexico ladies – model, actress and now producer, Diana Gaitirira. I was able to chat with her on Friday to catch-up on some of what’s new with her.
Diana gave us an exclusive interview about two of her newest and most exciting projects. Find out what upcoming Rainbow Studios Theater Company production she’ll be starring in at North Fourth Art Center.