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Lynnie Godfrey -Straight No Chaser

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LYNNIE GODFREY...STRAIGHT NO CHASER... is ..No attitude ..just conversations that enhance our visions of each other! Giving Alternatives....We'll talk: The Arts, Diversity, Empowerment...and more...

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Part II ...a Conversation about Lloyd Richards, this time his son Scott will join in the conversation with Julius Hollingsworth. Further information on the dedications to Mr. Richards, the first Black Director on Broadway. This Canadian direct the March 1959 producdtion of A RAISIN IN THE SUN.

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This episode is Part I of a dedication to the Legendary Director and Instructor/Coach ...Broadway Legend Lloyd Richards. Julius Hollingsworth and Jack Shalom will speak of their relationship with Lloyd Richards and their... more

Lynnie Godfrey and Diane Wittry met years ago while Lynnie did performances at the Allentown Symphony bu they never worked together.,. A bus ride from New York to the ABE Airport in Bethlehem threw them together on a winter's... more

LYNNIE GODFREY STRAIGHT N CHASER will enter into its third year and over 100 episodes by reviewing some the favorite episodes and speaking on episodes that are to come. The holidays have brought many things, peace, and and... more

Lynnie Godfrey welcomes Franz Jones and Diane Wilson back to continue their conversation on Education and the Arts.

Lynnie Godfrey will welcome Dr. Zanaida Stewart Robles. She is the winner of the Melodia Women's Choir's 20th Anniversary Women Competition. Introduced by Melodia's Board Member Cindy Cooper, this should prove to be... more

Lynnie Godfrey talks to three esteemed playwrights... Philip Kaplan, Bathsheba Monk and Celeste Bedford Walker about their plays that center on the current events. Lively Conversations !!!

Lynnie Speaks with Celeste Bedford Walker, Bathsheba Monk and Philip Kaplan about their works that focus on current situations.

Lynnie Godfrey welcomes three accomplished Playwright: Bathshebaa Monk, Celseste Bedford Walker, and Philip Kaplan. They speak about the plays they have written or may consider to write about current issues.

How does the social media affect our students, teachers and system?

Anne Dunning and Lynnie Godfrey will speak about the status of theatre organizations and the consultant business to get organizations centered.

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