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Man and woman in costume practice a dance move off-stage.

1959

1985-11-26

1985-11-26

This video was created for my final project in Ken Cheeseman's Acting for the Camera class. It is made up of footage I took leaving my 3 week quarantine in Boston, briefly stopping at my grandparents' house in Delaware, and finally arriving home in Chesterfield, VA where I am now. The project was inspired by the limitations I have experienced in learning how to create film and most notably the restrictions on movement given the circumstances of quarantine.

2020-04-27

In her one hour and ten minute interview for the American Comedy Archives at Emerson College, Barbara Feldon talks about her start in dancing, music and modeling, and how that path lead her to acting. Feldon speaks about her breakout role as "99" on "Get Smart," and the illuminating experience of working with the late Don Adams. She discusses how she doesn't consider herself a comedienne or a star; Dana and Matz insist otherwise. Feldon discusses her novel "Living Along and Loving It" along with her literary inspirations and considers the question "Was it worth it?" Bill Dana and Jenni Matz conducted the interview on October 18, 2005 in New York City, NY. Additional topics covered include: Creative Influences, Dance, and Pivotal Career Moments.

2005-10-18

In her one hour and ten minute interview for the American Comedy Archives at Emerson College, Barbara Feldon talks about her start in dancing, music and modeling, and how that path lead her to acting. Feldon speaks about her breakout role as "99" on "Get Smart," and the illuminating experience of working with the late Don Adams. She discusses how she doesn't consider herself a comedienne or a star; Dana and Matz insist otherwise. Feldon discusses her novel "Living Along and Loving It" along with her literary inspirations and considers the question "Was it worth it?" Bill Dana and Jenni Matz conducted the interview on October 18, 2005 in New York City, NY. Additional topics covered include: Creative Influences, Dance, and Pivotal Career Moments.

2005-10-18

In her one hour and ten minute interview for the American Comedy Archives at Emerson College, Barbara Feldon talks about her start in dancing, music and modeling, and how that path lead her to acting. Feldon speaks about her breakout role as "99" on "Get Smart," and the illuminating experience of working with the late Don Adams. She discusses how she doesn't consider herself a comedienne or a star; Dana and Matz insist otherwise. Feldon discusses her novel "Living Along and Loving It" along with her literary inspirations and considers the question "Was it worth it?" Bill Dana and Jenni Matz conducted the interview on October 18, 2005 in New York City, NY. Additional topics covered include: Creative Influences, Dance, and Pivotal Career Moments.

2005-10-18

Simple promotional flier for Ahana Dance Party at the Vault, 216 Tremont. "All Welcome"

1996-09-14

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