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"ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE"
San Francisco Community Television Show
Featuring the Arts and Culture of the Bay Area
Comcast cable channel 29
Sundays at 5:30pm
Produced through the facilities of the
Bay Area Video Coalition
AWS SF MASTER SHOW SCHEDULE
"ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE"
From the old set at Pasadena Community Access tv studio, on the edge of Hollywood, some liked to say.
Michael Durand created "All the World's a Stage" (AWS) in 1999 in Pasadena, California.
Before moving back to San Francisco in 2007,
durand productions produced 64 half-hour episodes covering the
arts and culture of the first suburb of Los Angeles. More history...
After a five-year hiatus to work at a more-than-full-time job,
Michael started creating new television in San Francisco in 2012.
2012 AWS SF
Producers, Directors, Writers, Actors,
Singers, Dancers, Musicians, Comedians,
Models, Poets, Set Designers, Storytellers, Photographers,
Videographers, Video Editors, Wardrobe, Make-up,
Artists and Players of Every Sort.
COLLABORATING ON AN INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SHOW
and want to volunteer for any of these roles
"All the World's a Stage"
an interview with Michael Werner, Chief Scientist of Astronomy and Physics
and the Spitzer Space Telescope Project Scientist
at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Michael Werner explains the mission of the pioneering infrared space telescope
and the scientific breakthroughs that have made the Spitzer one of science's most exciting and fruitful endeavors.
Highlights from previous episodes of
"All the World's a Stage" Pasadena
- Doo Dah Parade (many times, many ways)
- Interview with Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard in his office at City Hall
- Celebration on the Colorado Street Bridge (several times)
- Chalk Festival (many, many times)
- Interview with Rachel Worby, Musical Director of the Pasadena Pops
- Wisteria Festival in Sierra Madre
- Lake Avenue Car Show
- Architecture of Caltech
- Blooming of the "Corpse Flower" at the Huntington Botanical Gardens
- FDNY's Ride Across America
- Exchange Club Children's Talent Show
- Photography of Walt Mancini
- Interview with artist Jirayr Zorthian
- Interview with Michael Werner, Chief Scientist, Astronomy and Physics at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Rose Parade and Float Decorating
- Much, much more.
2012: "All the World's a Stage" begins taping in San Francisco...
To volunteer, sponsor, advertise or suggest story ideas for AWS SF,
please contact Michael Durand at 415-706-6428
Thank you to the many dedicated contributors, artists, cast, crew, support and
talent who have helped make the show such a success over these many years.
Copyright © 2012 durand productions
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