Riding High in April, Shot Down in May

Salomon, Andrew
June 2008
Back Stage East;6/12/2008, Vol. 49 Issue 24, p16
Trade Publication
Several interviews with theater actors in the U.S. is presented. Franklin Ojeda Smith states that it is fine with him after hearing that his voiceover work for Lemur Kingdom will not be renewed. Bobbi Owens states that she is doing an audio for YourNaturalDelivery.com. Nadia Owusu states that her play "Interning" was accepted into Midtown International Theatre Festival and will run for six performances in mid-July 2008.


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