EP38 SWEET REASONING WITH ACTOR & AUTHOR, MARCIA JOHNSON; HIP HOP ARTIST & AUTHOR, TAYE UHURU
A MultiLingual Affair (AMA)
A MultiLingual Affair (AMA) on CKUT 90.3FM Thursdays, 6-7AM EST, breakfast with Takeyce (www.ckut.ca), Montreal Canada. This episode features Marcia Johnson, Actor, Author, Dramaturge and Taye Uhuru, Hip Hop Artist and Author who have visited over 70 different countries!! Jamaica, Canada, the USA with African roots strongly representing.Plus fantastic music and inspirational words to soothe your hearts and soul! Spread the word! Spread the love! Gratitude is a must! Ancestrally empowered! 🙏🏾🙏🏾Bless -- Takeyce🥰😘
Episode 2 - Playwriting with Marcia Johnson and Steven Elliott Jackson
Stage Presence! The Podcast for Community Theatre artists and emerging theatre artists to take their craft to the next stage. Today we are talking about playwriting. My guest are playwrights Marcia Johnson and Steven Elliott Jackson. Marcia has been a theatre artist in Toronto for over thirty years. Her latest play, Serving Elizabeth premiered in February 2020 at Western Canada Theatre followed by a run at Thousand Islands Playhouse. Steven is an award-winning playwright and AD of Minmar Gaslight Productions. His play, The Seat Next To The King won Best New Play and Patron's Pick at The Toronto Fringe in 2017. The Seat Next To The King was published by Scirocco Press in April 2018. SHOW LINKS "Serving Elizabeth" By Marcia Johnson https://www.canadianplayoutlet.com/products/serving-elizabeth-by-marcia-johnson "The Seat Next to the King" By Steven Elliott Jackson https://www.jgshillingford.com/shop-books/the-seat-next-to-the-king/ Toronto Cold Reads https://tjcdesign.wixsite.com/torontocoldreads David Newberry Music http://www.davidnewberrymusic.com/ BurlOak Theater Group www.botg.ca
Playwright, actor, and activist Marcia Johnson wrote the play Serving Elizabeth which was developed at TIP's Playwright's Unit and was slated for a production in 2020. COVID's thorny fate didn't slow Marcia down. What started as a simple exercise of reading children's books on Facebook for fun, has blossomed into 'Hello, It's Marcia', a daily online story-time... with some surprising perks!
Kingdom Authority Broadcast - Rev Dansiea w/ guest Marcia Johnson
Kingdom Empowerment Radio
Join Rev. Dansiea Jones Morris on the Kingdom Authority Broadcast with guest Marcia Johnson on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 8:00pm EST and 5:00 pm MST.Join in to discuss: Tradition vs The TruthCall in to talk with the hosts at: 646-668-2413.**Learn more about Rev. Dansiea Jones-Morris: LanD Ministries and Dansiea on Facebook**Follow Kingdom Empowerment, Inc Radio: Website - http://www.keifm.com/Kingdom Empowerment Magazine Facebook - @KingdomEmpowermentIncKingdom Empowerment Inc Radio (KEIFM) & Twitter @KEIFM_RadioiTunes: Kingdom Empowerment Inc
Not Conformed Ft Dee J Episode 3 - Marcia Johnson's show
Just The Beginning
This episode features my friend Dee J who is on fire for the Lord! We talk about EXAMPLESHIP, discipleship, and not being conformed to this world! Oh yeah! His spoken word is at the end! Powerful! Be blessed!
There's More To Your Story Episode 2 - Marcia Johnson's show
Just The Beginning
This episode features a spoken word written by yours truly! Previously recorded before the live broadcast on the same day. Though Powerful in it's execution may God get all of the glory! It is because of Him that there's more to my story. Please forgive the technical issues in the beginning!
This is a special mini episode featuring the stories of Ted and Marcia Johnson, who you heard in both of the last two episodes. Ted and Marcia met at the Old Town School in in the early sixties, and have now been married for over 50 years. Ted was involved before the Old Town School even began, in a group guitar class led by Frank Hamilton in Dawn Greening's Oak Park living room; he soon went on to become the school’s second teacher. In this extra, they talk about their role in establishing the long-running Chicago Sacred Harp Singers community, as well as the Old Town School’s impact on their lives to this day. To hear the full conversation, listen to excerpts from other conversations, or to learn more about the project, go to www.oldtownschool.org/StoryCorps. Music: "All My Trials" performed by Ted Johnson & Shirley Hirsch, 4/15/1962
In this week's episode I sit down with Marcia Johnson. Marcia Johnson is a performer, writer, and teacher. In our conversation today we discuss how she got involved in the theatre industry, her work as a playwright, and where she sees theatre in Canada headed in the future.