Monday, May 20, 2013

Member Spotlight: Singer Aimee Whelan in Voices and Strings

International Women Artists' Salon is delighted to announce singer and salon member Aimee Whelan will be performing in her cabaret show titled "Voices and Strings" on Friday, May 24th at Duplex Cabaret Theatre


Voices and Strings

Duplex Cabaret Theatre

Friday May 24th


Duplex Theatre

Christopher Street on the corner of 7th Avenue take the 1 to Christopher street station

The ladies are back and they are bringing a gentleman along for the ride! Chanel Thomas and Aimee Whelan have come together once again and are joined by stellar guitarist, Ryan Quinn for an evening of all your favorite hits, acoustic style. Join us for an evening of great songs and killer guitar riffs. Tickets are just $7

Aimee Whelan is originally from the north of England, Her favourite roles include: Dick-Dick Whittington (Dixon PLace), Chantel- Citizenship (National Theatre- UK), Jane- Get Over It (Lowery Theatre- UK), Pistol- Henry V (Shakespeare in the Parking Lot), Ado Annie- Oklahoma (Blackpool Grand Theatre) and May in Billy Carver (Manhattan Theatre Source). Aimee has been a Salon member since 2011. She can be contacted at

Saturday, May 18, 2013

International Women Artists’ Salon at Hell's Kitchen Arts Festival Salon Film & Video Showcase Producers’ Club, NYC ~ 18 May 2013

Compilation of work by Lisa Ferber, writer and Lisa Hammer, director (1 pm)

Ultimate Team Invasion Force, trailer, Lisa Hammer

Terror Lab, trailer, Lisa Hammer

Turn of the Century, trailer, Lisa Hammer

Why Does it Do That?, excerpt, Lisa Hammer

The Pox Show, excerpt, Lisa Hammer

Whimsellica's Grand Inheritance, short film, 8 minutes

The Sisters Plotz and Their Afternoon of Will Reading and Poetry, film, 42 minutes

Pay Someone to Do the Things You Don't Want to Do, music video

Sisters Plotz feature film 2013!, trailer

The Sisters Plotz is a frothy musical comedy about three madcap heireasses who live with their devoted butler. The eccentric sisters Plotz—Dada poetess Celestia, reckless inventor Ladybug, and dreamy artist Whimsellica—have arranged for their Uncle Sinley, hairdresser to the stars, to read their father's will. Madcappery immediately ensues with the recital of Celestia's first depressing poem, a visit from Whimsellica's theatrical French boyfriend, the revelation of Ladybug's romance with the butler, the maids plotting to ruin the Plotzes and become rich, the pitching of woo from Celestia's young suitor, and Whimsellica causing an explosion with Ladybug's science tools. Will the Plotzes survive the whirlwind afternoon?


Pat Lewis

1992 ~ 30 mins.

video, documentary

In making her first video documentary about gays in the military, 'CEASE FIRE', Pat was meticulous in gathering and reading all the news, documentation and information she could find about the issue of gay men and women being kicked out of U.S. military branches just because they were gay. She just couldn't understand how this could be happening, and that nobody seemed to be doing anything about it. She still has every article and document she collected in 1994.

For 'CEASE FIRE', Pat interviewed many gay women at a demonstration that took place in Washington, DC in 1994 who had served in various branches of the military to find out about their personal experiences with sexual harassment and being discharged because of their sexual identity . Their individual stories are amazing, and Pat is still sharing them almost 20 years later in this amazing video!

You are invited to stay for a Q & A with the filmmaker

Salonista Compilation


Silvana D'Mikos

2013 ~ 1 minute, 35 seconds

video, sound animation

I grew up in Shangrila, a small village in Uruguay where gardens gave way to wilderness; children played on unpaved streets and explored the nearby forest and beaches. A place characterized by raining, cold winters, and colorful, warm summers. The interactive installation presents a sensory perception experience of touch, smell, sounds and visual elements associated with these memories, evoking the feelings of my childhood. Moreover, encourage the participants to review their own memories and emotions.

Collage of Colorsculpting Pieces

Sabina Păuţa Pieslak

2011 ~ 2 minutes, 40 seconds

video, visual art time lapse

I paint paper sculptures, creating works out of shredded paint chips. My medium is a color-coded card intended to be held or affixed to a wall for a short time until replaced with paint or thrown out. Its purpose is to help bring color into our lives, but its own handling is short-lived. In my works, I question whether transient, typically discarded objects like paint chips can be transformed into more permanent objects that enliven the spaces in which we live, work, and play. After shredding the chips, I recycle them into works of art that have a close relationship with the painted wall on which they are displayed. By using materials typically associated with painting but not art, I suggest a new perspective of what art is and how it can be made. I would like to acknowledge the Benjamin Moore Paint Company for its generous donation of materials for my artworks.


JiYe Kim

2011 ~ 2 minutes

video, experimental

I've created an archival of personal, everyday images that is entitled: "I Am a Leaving.” The collected images represent several years of actively seeking out images from everyday life including found photographs and videos.

All You Need, from NOT AT WAR album

Marye Lobb

2012 ~ 2 minutes, 51 seconds

video, music

This video/song encourages young people to consider the consequences of sex before following through with it. Director: Ivan Barahona; Actors: Lennie Diaz, Evan Lidestri, Marye Lobb and Francisco Sarmiento. Special Thanks to: Andy Cofino, Nikki DiNatale, Bryant Henderson, Debra Humphrey, Caitlin McGee

"All You Need" written by Marye Lobb. Copyright 2012. All Rights Reserved.

Women In Motion

Kristin A. Thomas, producer & director

with music by Kristin Hoffmann

2013 ~ 6 minutes, 12 seconds

film, trailer

Women in Motion is film with a mission to inspire female entrepreneurs with a vision to follow their passion. Some of the leading female business owners of the world have come together to share their wisdom and message. Women in Motion is a movement of women making a real impact and becoming leaders in the world of business.

Little Pink Balloon

Cheryl B. Engelhardt, music score

2011 ~ 15 minutes

film, short

When a Man wakes to find his shirt covered in blood and his lover dead, he goes on a journey to discover what happened. Little Pink Balloon serves as the first collaboratin between the power house, all female creative team of Joanna Bowzer, Lacy Wittman, Dorothy Krajewski, and Cheryl B. Engelhardt. Adapted by Joanna Bowzer and Lacy Wittman from the stage play by the same name (also written by Bowzer), the piece was presented on the Lower East Side of New York City in Fall 2010. Once complete, the creative team aims to present it as part of the narrative short film programs at the major film festivals including the Sundance Film Festival, the Tribeca Film Festival, the Toronto Film Festival and others. Further, it will serve as a showpiece produce of the creative team with the ultimate focus of raising money for a feature film.

Science Fair Archive 1988 (R.S.)

Annie Heckman

2012 ~ 3 minutes, 8 seconds

video, animation

A seven-year-old girl, drawn in by the release of Wizardry V and desperate to complete a challenging science fair project afterhours of video game distraction, writes to her godmother, a neccentric physicist based in Virginia. Auntie Robbie responds, candidly offering her projections for the humans. This is her first public speech in 40 years, because of her controversial research and ostracization from the scientific community. Science fiction drama viewers may guess Auntie Robbie’s identity.

Rope and Chasm

Re’ut Ben-Ze’ev, mezzo-soprano

with collaborator Matthew Greenbaum, composer and video animator

2012 ~ 1 minute, 48 seconds

video, trailer

Rope and Chasm is an evening-length work for mezzo-soprano and video animation based on Nietzsche’s Also Sprach Zarathustra. It is made up of a series of episodes in which the mezzo sings with a pre-recorded musical score and interacts with numerous video characters, including a leech expert, a tightrope walker, and a half-mole, half-human “spirit of gravity.” Greenbaum is both the composer and video animator. It was premiered in its entirety by Network for New Music in Philadelphia, 2012.

Gravity Pulls

Mayuna Shimizu, dancer and choreographer

2012 ~ 2 min

video, dance

Just beauty of Simplicity, engaging with earth.

Short film by Barry Steele, Music : Water Way by Del

Marla Mossman

Peace Caravan Journey Along the Silk Road: Xinjiang Province, China

17 minutes, 30 seconds

film, documentary

Documentary which follows Marla Mossman as she continues her solo journey along the ancient Silk Road in China's remote Xinjiang Province (East Turkestan). From Turphan, one of the earths lowest places to Tashkurgan in the Pamir"s some of earth's Highest Mountain Ranges, Mossman photographs the local people and shares in their daily lives, their cuisine, customs, music and the beautiful landscapes that make their home. The Peace Caravan Project's mission is to inform and inspire others to achieve understanding, respect and acceptance. By photographing the wonderful religious and cultural heritage of the Silk Road nations, by nourishing international cooperation, the exchange of cultural values and the equality of all people, including women and children, a new appreciation and a new way to peace will reveal itself. If you like this video and want to learn more, please go to my website at: to get more information about the project.


Re’ut Ben-Ze’ev majored in Theater at the Thelma Yelin High school of Performing Arts, Tel Aviv, where she also toured as the vocal soloist of its Big Band. After moving to NYC and studying the Strasberg "Method" with Terese Hayden she decided to pursue a classical singing career. Re’ut’s operatic roles, performances on the concert platform, and collaborations have taken her around the world. In 2013/14 season, she will make her debut with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in the world premier of David Del Tredici’s Dum Dee Tweedle under the baton of Leonard Slatkin. Her standard concert repertoire ranges from Haydn’s ARIANNA A NAXOS to Mozart’s REQUIEM to Adler’s NUPTIAL SCENE performed with St. Cecilia Chorus and Orchestra, The Israel Chamber Orchestra and others. Re'ut lives in NYC and studies with Gerald Martin Moore.

Cheryl Engelhardt considers herself a "music creator who shares her process", working as a freelance composer for films and ads, a songwriter, and an author of articles and E-courses written for aspiring artists.

Silvana D’Mikos is an interdisciplinary installation artist from Uruguay. Her installations are characterized by the investigation of different materials thru the use of diverse aesthetic languages like sculptures, digital images, and animation. In 2004, She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Rio de Janeiro. In 2005, she moved to Miami, Florida, where her work began to change direction by the incorporation of new media elements. In 2007, she participate in the international curatorial program of L’ecole du Magasin, Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble, France. Shortly after, she attended the residency summer program in New Media at Transart Institute, Berlin, Germany. Currently, she lives in Miami, USA, where she is a resident artist at the Bakehouse Art Complex.


Lisa Ferber (Writer/Whimsellica Plotz) is a prolific multidisciplinary satirist. She wrote the hit web series The Sisters Plotz, which was a Top Five Most-Watched video on Lisa's film Whimsellica's Grand Inheritance won the audience vote in the It Came From Kuchar Festival, and her play Bonbons for Breakfast was a New York magazine notable production. She starred in the final film of underground icon Doris Wishman, Each Time I Kill, featuring cameos by filmmaker John Waters and B-52s frontman Fred Schneider, and she studied lyric writing with the Tony-honored BMI Musical Theatre Workshop.

Matthew Greenbaum, composer, was born in New York City in 1950. Greenbaum’s awards, fellowships and commissions include the Serge Koussevitzky Music Fund/Library of Congress, the Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Fromm Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation, the Martha Baird Rockefeller Fund and the New York Foundation for the Arts. Greenbaum is also a video animation artist. Works in this medium include ROPE AND CHASM for mezzo and video animation, an hour-long setting of excerpts from Nietzsche’s Also Sprach Zarathustra; AUTOMAT for video animation/electronic music, and BITS AND PIECES, for tenor sax and video animation. Matthew is collaborator of Salonista Re’ut Ben-Ze’ev.

Lisa Hammer (Director/Ladybug Plotz) has been entertaining audiences for decades with absurd comedies and eerie silent film fairy tales. She released the outrageous musical-art-house gore flick Pus$bucket in the 1990s, which caused riots at her screenings and became a Blockbuster and Tower Video "Midnight Movies" favorite. Her short and feature films have been screened worldwide for decades, winning festival awards and screening at one-woman shows. Fans love her as Triana Orpheus on the Cartoon Network show The Venture Brothers, and as the singer of the bands Requiem in White, Mors Syphilitica and Radiana.

Annie Heckman is an artist and educator whose work explores mortality and the workings of the mind, with sources ranging from the journals of Antarctic explorers to surgical films and Tibetan philosophy. She received her BFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago and her MFA from New York University, both in Studio Art. Heckman teaches drawing, video, and color theory at DePaul University, and specializes in contemporary art & dialogue methods with the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago's School and Teacher Programs. She develops her studio projects in the form of drawings, animations, installations, and books, and is currently exhibiting as the Artist in Residence at the International Museum of Surgical Science in Chicago.

JiYe Kim is an experimental video artist and editor. She recently completed a short film titled, (1990 – 2011), and edited the documentary feature, Cerro Rico, Tierra Rica. Born in South Korea, Kim moved to New York City to pursue her interest in video in 2007. Her work has been shown in various film festivals, including 2nd Women’s Film Festival, Chennai, India, The Independent Documentary Festival, Seoul, South Korea and Kim’s work has been exhibited at numerous gallery including Giacobetti Paul Gallery, Manhattan Theater Source, IndexArt Center, Samson Project, and Chashama. Kim received her MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts and BFA in Korea National University of Arts.

Pat Lewis' dream as a teenager was to be a photojournalist when she grew up, and to tell stories about issues in the world that were wrong. She thought that perhaps she could tell some of these stories via camera, and share them with the world in order to make a difference! Hence, Pat attended NYU for film and video production. She produced a series of programs on Manhattan Neighborhood Network for five years. Pat won a Producers' grant from Film/Video Arts in New York, and two production grants from the Manhattan Neighborhood Network. She also won two video short awards, one from The Knitting Factory Film Festival and the other from the New Zealand International Film/Video Festival. Pat currently lives and works in New York City.

Mary Lobb was born in the Midwest and raised in Rochester, NY. Marye trotted the globe in search of inspiration and purpose. She listened to the sounds and took in the culture of Ireland, Norway, Brazil, Argentina, Greece, Turkey and Chile. Her experiences living and volunteering abroad and at home led her to see music as a form of social service and so she put herself through school at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. After graduating in 2008, she released Finding Home. NOT AT WAR was released in 2012 followed by a national tour to celebrate the work.

Marla Mossman is an international photographer, artist and poet who has traveled extensively documenting the human condition. Avidly interested in promoting arts and education, she co-established non-profit art organizations and a non- profit organization whose mission is to provide education and healthcare to rural Asian communities. She was the first foreigner and woman to visit Waras, a remote part of Central Afghanistan, on horseback, with donkey and mules. Most recently spending months circling the Taklamakan Desert in western China, Born in Detroit, Michigan, and raised and educated in Canada, she currently resides in New York.

Born in Iaşi Romania, Sabina Păuţa Pieslak immigrated to the United States in 1986 when she and her family moved to New Jersey. She was formally trained in painting during her teen years by Evelyn Leavens. Also a gifted pianist, Sabina was offered numerous scholarships to conservatories and pursued academic study in music, earning a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. After moving to New York City in 2003, she continued to study painting at the Art Students League of New York with Dale Myers and Timothy Clark. Her works have been purchased by private collectors in the US and Romania, and exhibited by galleries throughout the US and internationally.

Mayuna Shimizu is a choreographer of Blue Muse Dance, multi-performance arts collective that presents its work as well as film, music and other dance productions in Unites States and abroad. (under construction)

Kristin A. Thomas is the founder and CEO of Thomas & Ingram Real Estate, a notable luxury boutique sales firm in Manhattan. Kristin's admiration for women who have achieved success as entrepreneurs motivated her to executive produce Women In Motion, as an opportunity to capture some of the leading female entrepreneurs of

today’s wisdom and inspirational stories of hardship, determination, and success.

Annie Yan is yet to be an award-winning independent tv producer and abstract artist. But in her delusions, she equates compliments as Emmys. Her work tend to be experimental and educational with elements of humor. She is always striving to find an alternative approach to presenting art and info. Some of the tv programs she has produced are Trivisual, New Word Order, Two Losers (a game show), and Earliest Memories. She has worked with numerous nonprofits as a videogapher and editor. Her abstract sketches are psychedelic, organic, and graffiti like. Her works have been exhibited at the Hell's Kitchen Art Fest, BWAC Gallery, Minerva Gallery, people's homes, Salvation Army thrift stores, and dumpsters. She was born in Hong Kong and grew up in New York. She has a BA in History. Much of her early professional training came from the Immigration and Naturalization Service where she had master the art of redundancy.

Thank you to our venue partner Producers’ Club and Staff ~

Thank you to Hell’s Kitchen Arts Festival ~

Kudos to Salon curatorial team members JiYe Kim and Annie Yan

for curation and technical support of this showcase.

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Monday, May 13, 2013

Salon Radio May 13th: Women Stage the World and Singer/SongWriter Azania Steady

Salon Radio May 13th, 2013

International Women Artists' Salon is thrilled to present
Janice Maffei and Mahayana (Yana) Landowne with Women Stage the World for our feature interview and singer/songwriter Azania Steady for our Salon Solo {Radio} segment. 

Jenny Green hosts and presents. 

Tune in to listen live 9:00-9:55 pm 
Show archived and available for on-demand listening from May 17th on.

Women Stage the World Janice Maffei and Mahayana

(Yana) Landowne

Women Stage the World is a new initiative from the Advocacy Committee of League of Professional Theater Women(LPTW) targeting ticket-buyers and theatre decision-makers, to support and create awareness of gender equity for theatre women.

Visualize teams of costumed women, representing Women Stage the World, advocating for professional theatre women wherever theatre people convene and wherever theatre-goers gather.

We members of the League of Professional Theatre Women, dressed as our famous theatrical foremothers, are launching a campaign to bring women's voices to the world's stages.

Women writers/directors/designers/choreographers/actors/stage managers and producers are under-represented in the theatre globally.

With your help we will start the conversation about how to get women working in the theatre in the same numbers as men. With your help audiences will hear and see women's stories onstage.

Janice Maffei
is a playwright whose work has appeared at the Barrow Group Theatre and The American Globe. Her play, "Re-Upholstered," won a Netty Award and was published in The Southampton Review.  She's an MFA student at Stony Brook University and a member of the Dramatists Guild, the League of Professional Theatre Women and Playwrights Gallery.

Mahayana Landowne
is a NYC based director/ art activist who creates work with dramatic visions that transcend daily life.  Productions include: The Skriker, The Seagull, brass logic, Streetcar Named Desire, Obgynt, King Lear, and Mud.  Member of Calling All Parties, interactive performance collective. One of the Founders of Dance Parade (May 18th).

Learn More:,,‬
Workshops in Creativity -

We are holding an Equality Parade through the NYC Broadway Theater District on June 11th, 2013. Please join us in the parade all are welcome. Also ask theaters you attend what they are doing to help support women's voices.

‪Learn more about Dance Parade at

Salon Solo {Radio} Azania Steady

Few people are born with the gift of instantly touching people's hearts with their voice. Azania is one of them. Originally from Sierra Leone, West Africa, this award-winning, multi-cultural artist was born and raised in the U.S. & in Geneva, Switzerland. Azania's captivating voice, powerful energy and warm charisma make her a phenomenal performer and a joy to see on stage. She has performed hundreds of concerts around Europe, the U.S. and in Asia. In Paris, she won first prize in the French T.V. competition “Graines de Star” which was the first French show similar to 'American Idol'. As a songwriter, Azania’s lyrics are often enriched with uplifting and positive messages, and she is presently composing her highly-anticipated new album, full of soul and
powerful songs.

Photograph by Johann Sauty

"A star is born." - DB Magazine

"The next Whitney Houston." – TV Guide (France)

"Azania's captivating voice, powerful energy, positive and sensual charisma make her a superlative performer that you want to hear and see more and more of on stage." - African Sun Times

"Azania is absolutely incredible... a mixture of Adele and Whitney Houston".- Lara Richards

"With a little rock and roll, and a whole lot of soul, the depth and range of her voice is unbeatable." - Swit Salone News (Official Website)

Photograph by Yuno Takayama


All Salon Radio shows will be rebroadcast in a rotation with the other week's shows during CityWorldRadio's non-live 24/7 airtime, and will be archived for on-demand listening at on the Thursday each week.

City World Radio reaches over 30,000 listeners in over 30 countries around the world.

Thank you to City World Radio for helping make Salon Radio possible.

If you are interested in sponsoring a show or being a regular Salon Radio sponsor, please contact Heidi Russell, at, with the subject "Radio Show Sponsor."

IWAS thanks you for your ongoing support!  


Monday, May 6, 2013

Salon Radio May 6th: Malini Singh McDonald and Jenny Green

Salon Radio May 6th, 2013

International Women Artists' Salon is thrilled to present
Malini Singh McDonald and her guest Lynda Sing for our feature interview and actress Jenny Green for our Salon Solo {Radio} segment. 

Candi Sterling guest hosts, with presenter Heidi Russell. 

Tune in to listen live 9:00-9:55 pm 
Show archived and available for on-demand listening from May 10th on.

Malini Singh McDonald
and Guest Lynda Sing
Malini Singh McDonald (Producer, Publicist, and Marketing Director) is a native New Yorker who has been involved in the arts for her entire life. She’s served the theatre in many aspects of which she’s very proud – actress, director, producer, stage manager, costume designer, prop designer, theatre reviewer, publicist and writer/monologist. She received her BA in Theatre Arts and English Literature from Baruch College and her MFA in Directing from the Actors Studio Drama School. In 2003, Malini and her husband, Ian, created Black Henna Productions with a handful of innovative artists. Every member of the company collaborates on every piece, either writing, acting, directing, designing, or filling any other role that fit their own personal skills with a commitment to bring new, exciting, and challenging theatre to the world. She is an associate member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. Malini received the Woman of Distinction Award for her contribution to Media, Arts and Culture from the City of New York in 2008. She was a Person of Godspell during it’s run on Broadway at Circle in the Square. 

She is currently co-producing Imaginary by Nick Radu with Nick Radu. Malini is also very excited about Gym Shorts: The Show for which she is currently the Press Representative.

My project, simply, is to help give a voice to fellow artists. My number one means of doing that is through my newsletter, Theatre Beyond Broadway. The official newsletter began last August but I have been emailing friends about friends' projects for almost decade. Besides the importance of supporting one another, I feel it's important to let others know that art isn't being created in a vacuum but is consistently occuring if you look for it. It's not just on Broadway or at New World Stages. It's happening down in the Lower East Side, or Brooklyn Heights, or City Island, Snug Harbor, all over Queens and Long Island. Artists are creating. The PR becomes more special when I am specifically hired to promote a project like Gym Shorts.  Great concept of relationships set in a gym told in five vignettes. Endorsed by Tony Horton, creator of P90X. When an artist creates their magic, there are times I have interest in producing which is currently Nick Radu's Imaginary. We are working on a backers' audition in June.

Current Projects:

  • Co-producer of Imaginary by Nick Radu
  • Editor and Founder of Theatre Beyond Broadway (a newsletter for the carefree theatre lover who craves theatre beyond Broadway)
  • Marketing Director, EstroGenius Festival
  • Executive Director, Black Henna Productions

My Philosophy:
My Theater:
My Festival:
My Dream:A Person of Godspell: Circle on the Square (

Lynda Sing
(Producer/Company Manager) is thrilled to be producing Gym Shorts: The Show. She holds a B.S. in Arts Administration from Butler University and has a background as a performing artist with major companies here in NYC.  Because of her interest in health and well-being she is now a Registered Yoga Teacher at the 500 hour level and is studio manager for Zenyasa Yoga & Wellness Studio. This project combines the knowledge and skills she's acquired as a performing artist, arts administrator, studio manager, and yoga teacher.  This endeavor brings together her enthusiasm for the arts and fitness, and she's strived to administer this show in a positive and kind way for everyone involved. She is happy to help to bring this truly unique show to audiences who will absolutely identify with the life it explores. She'd like to thank everyone who has put their time and effort into this production especially Derek, Kermit, and Eric for this Short journey, which is just the beginning of great things

Salon Solo {Radio} Jenny Green

Jenny D Green is an Actor and Producing Artist living in Brooklyn. Glasgow born and Manchester raised, Jenny came to the US in 2008 to study acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She also works as a Costume Designer, Presenter and non-denominational Priestess and enjoys collaborations with the Salon, Art Boundaries Unlimited and Origin Theatre Company. Jenny worked for seven years as a journalist with BBC News and two years managing Manhattan Theatre Source and is a proud member of the League of Professional Theatre Women, New York Women in Film and Television and Actors' Equity in the UK. Most recent performances with the Brit Pop Choir and in Dick Whittington: an Xmas Panto for NYC, which she also co-wrote, produced and costumed.


All Salon Radio shows will be rebroadcast in a rotation with the other week's shows during CityWorldRadio's non-live 24/7 airtime, and will be archived for on-demand listening at on the Thursday each week.

City World Radio reaches over 30,000 listeners in over 30 countries around the world.

Thank you to City World Radio for helping make Salon Radio possible.

If you are interested in sponsoring a show or being a regular Salon Radio sponsor, please contact Heidi Russell, at, with the subject "Radio Show Sponsor."

IWAS thanks you for your ongoing support!