Saturday, May 28, 2011

NEWS: Billy Miller, Megan Ward, DYNASTY, Ana Ortiz, GLEE

Billy Miller, Greg Rikaart & Megan Ward set for 19th Annual Young Playwrights Festival
Jerry O'Connell, Jennifer Stone, Lenny Jacobson, Ariel Winter, Michael J. Willett, Scott Lowell, and Larry Poindexter will join soap opera stars Billy Miller and Greg Rikaart (THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS), and Megan Ward (GENERAL HOSPITAL) in The Blank Theatre Company's 19th Annual Young Playwrights Festival. Twelve winning plays by teen playwrights aged 15 -19, from five different states, will be presented during this year's festival at The Stella Adler Theatre in Hollywood, running from June 2 - 26, 2011.

Among the 70 actors who will appear in this year's festival, WEEK ONE (June 2-5) will feature Larry Poindexter and Greg Rikaart, along with Gale Harold (QUEER AS FOLK), and Susan Park. WEEK TWO (June 9 -12) will feature Jennifer Stone, Megan Ward, and Ariel Winter, along with Dale Dickey. WEEK THREE (June 16-19) will feature Lenny Jacobson and Jerry O'Connell, along with Julia Campbell, Scott Lowell, Eric Nenninger, and Marcia Wallace. WEEK FOUR (June 23-26) will feature Billy Miller, along with Parvesh Cheena, and Tessa Thompson.

TORCHWOOD in America won't shy away from Capt. Jack's bisexuality
John Barrowman says Capt. Jack "gets to have full-on boy-sex a couple of times."

UGLY BETTY's Ana Ortiz Expecting Baby Boy
Ortiz and husband Noah Lebezon are expecting their second child.

Why does everyone want to fix GLEE?
For all its popularity, GLEE sometimes has trouble keeping even its most devoted fans happy.

The DYNASTY That Could Have Been
Thirty years after the series premiere, it's possible to look back and see the unrealized promise of its less-than-blockbuster first season—the DYNASTY that could have been, before ratings pressures and the introduction of diva Joan Collins put an end to challenging story lines.

PRETTY LITTLE LIARS Cast: Staples for Students PSA!
Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Troian Bellisario and Shay Mitchell are teaming up with for a new PSA.

Soap Opera Set in a Corn Field
AS THE CORN GROWS is a series set in fictional Sweet Swine County that aims to give a tongue-and-cheek look at rural life. The story follows big-city girl (Urban Katie) who leaves behind her city life to move to Southern Minnesota after inheriting a farm from her Aunt Ella.

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