Gregg T. Daniel, Karole Foreman & John Prosky

Hi Cyber Babies on today's show "Mother Love" talks with Director "Gregg T. Daniel" Actress "Karole Foreman" Actor "John Prosky" about Rare revival of "Wedding Band:A Love/Hate Story in Black & White"

Gregg T. Daniel, Director, Karole Foreman, Actress & John Prosky, Actor join Mother Love in studio to chat about the rare revival of Wedding Band: A Love/Hate Story in Black and White by Alice Childress. Set in 1918 on South Carolina's Gullah Coast, Wedding Band is the profoundly poignant and affecting story of Julia and Herman, two people in love who yearn to be together as husband and wife, but are held apart by society's mores and laws prohibiting interracial marriage. 
Wedding Band runs Oct. 18 through Dec. 7 at the Antaeus Theater in NoHo
About Gregg
Gregg T. Daniel most recently directed the New Jersey premiere of playwright Katori Hall's The Mountaintop at Cape May Stage. In 2013, he received a Best Director nomination from the NAACP Theatre Awards for the West Coast premiere of Kwame Kwei-Armah's Elmina's Kitchen. (The production won in the category of Best Ensemble.) For the Group Repertory Theatre, he directed a critically acclaimed production of Lee Blessing's Cobb. Additionally for GRT, he has directed Tom Stoppard's translation of Heroes and Frank McGuinness's Someone Who'll Watch Over Me. He is the Artistic Director and a founding member of Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble for which he directed the West Coast premiere of Mustapha Matura's, Three Sisters After Chekhov. He is a graduate of New York University's School of the Arts and a member of the Antaeus Company. Gregg is an accomplished actor who has appeared on stages across the country including Mark Taper Forum (Joe Turner), South Coast Repertory (Death of a Salesman, Fences) and the Pasadena Playhouse (Jitney). 
About Karole 
Recently appeared as Diana Goodman in Cal Rep's production of Next to Normal. Her performance won an OC Weekly BEST OF 2014 Award for Best Actress. Karole also appeared as Caroline in PCPA's production of Caroline or Change. Other shows include: The Violet Hour, Hollywood Food Chain; 1940's Radio Hour, Beehive, Jesus Christ Superstar, South Bay Civic Light Opera; Parade, Jelly's Last Jam, Mark Taper; My Way: A Tribute to Frank Sinatra, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Cosmopolitan Cabaret/Sacramento Music Circus; Jelly's Last Jam, Alliance Theatre (Suzi Bass Award), Crowns, Denver Center; Mama Mia!, Mandalay Bay Vegas; A Flea in Her Ear, San Jose Rep; Hot Mikado, AMT San Jose; The Good Body, Restless Spirits, King Lear, Merchant of Venice, Cabaret, Christmas Carol, Whole World is Watching (Drama-Logue Award), San Diego Rep; Comedy of Errors, The Illusion, 10 November, The Crucible, Minamata, Los Angeles Theatre Centre; Romeo & Juliet, Measure For Measure, Othello, Los Angeles Women's Shakespeare Company; Comedy of Errors, Portland Center Stage; From the Mississippi Delta, Blood Wedding, Emma's Child, Strindberg in Hollywood, Oregon Shakespeare Festival; Tin Pan Alley Rag, Pasadena Playhouse; As Bees in Honey Drown (Garland Award), North Coast Rep TV: The Kroll Show, See Dad Run, Grey's Anatomy, Bones, Jon Benjamin Has a Van, Medium, Third Watch, Law & Order, The Bold & the Beautiful, Strong Medicine. FILM: Warner Brother's biopic 42, about ballplayer Jackie Robinson. Directed by Brian Helgeland. For more info go
About John
John Prosky: Regional Theater-Arena Stage, Guthrie Theater, Mark Taper, Pasadena Playhouse, The Geffen, The Walnut St Theater, and The Lucille Lortel and Playwright's Horizon in New York. At Antaeus- The Crucible, Cousin Bette, and Tonight at 8:30. Movies and television- 90 TV appearances, 45 films; full list on John is head of the education outreach of Antaeus and is one of the creators and the lead teacher of The Odyssey Artist's Workshop at Antaeus; a Shakespeare and dramatic writing program for the incarcerated and underserved young people of Los Angeles. Proud son of the late Robert Prosky, proud father of Joseph, happy husband of Kimiko Gelman. Latest Television; Criminal Minds, True Blood, (recurring) Revenge, Major Crimes, The Mentalist
Latest Films; Straight Outta Compton,The Devil Inside, The Park Bench.
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