V.23 No.13 | 3/27/2014
Brooks Studio, PA1978.153
Loving Vivian Vance
The highs and lows of an Albuquerque legend
By Kristi D. Lawrence
Beautiful, talented and compassionate, the real Vivian Vance was more than an “I Love Lucy” sidekick. She didn’t always gel with her famous costars, and her personal life wasn’t always picture-perfect.
V.20 No.35 | 9/1/2011
Rowdy’s Dream Blog #217: I am chosen for a part in a movie.
By Brutus De Cervantes [ Sat Sep 10 2011 6:05 AM ]
I am chosen for a part in a movie. It is a major speaking part. All my lines are in Hebrew. I move into a large room with my acting coach and begin work on the first line. It has three or four syllables. This is going to be hard.
V.20 No.31 | 8/4/2011
Sony Pictures Television / Ben Leuner
The Colorful Mr. White
Bryan Cranston on seeing red, going black and being a chameleon
By Sam Adams
He's won three consecutive Emmys for his leading role on AMC's "Breaking Bad." Watching him alternate between the feeble, stomped-upon character of Walter White and a meth kingpin persona known as “Heisenberg,” the dramatic range that brought Bryan Cranston such acclaim is clear. “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan calls him the greatest talent he’s ever worked with—“an actor who comes along every hundred years or so.”
The Alibi spoke with Cranston about Albuquerque, getting inside the mind of Walter White and why Michael Jordan should step aside.
V.16 No.50 | 12/13/2007
By Devin D. O’Leary
Acting Up in Class
Actor/director Lee Kitts has taught acting since 1987 in California, Oregon, Hawaii and Kentucky and has recently relocated to Albuquerque. Kitts will be teaching a series titled “Acting Technique 1” early next year. The 10-week course starts on Jan. 14 and is now enrolling adults of all skills and levels. Classes will take place in the afternoon or evening (call for schedule) and will run three hours per week. Total cost is $295 with a $100 deposit to enroll. Kitts’ class is decribed as “an in-depth, step-by-step approach for the beginning student or the experienced actor, which translates to authentic, organic behavior for stage and film with focus in the following areas: Acting as action, focus outside the self, clarity and specificity of intention, theatre ethics/ensemble.” For more information, call 872-2349.
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