UPFRONT/Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry

Saturdays 9:00am

UPFRONT/Inside Atlanta’s Entertainment Industry takes an in-depth look at Atlanta’s arts and entertainment scene including TV, film, theater, music and more. UPFRONT features one-on-one interviews with all of the major players and the behind-the-scenes influencers that make ATL Hollywood South.

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Don’t forget to tune in today at 9 a.m. for another edition of “UPFRONT” Inside Atlanta’s Entertainment Industry.

This week’s guests include CAU Drama Professor Jonathan Kitts and student actors Derrick Robertson and Sky Pugh, who are both starring in “Yellowman.” The Pulitzer Prize nominated play was written by Dael Orlandersmith and tackles the sensitive issues of colorism and stereotypes within the African-American community.

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Don’t forget to check out Saturday’s edition of “UPFRONT” Inside Atlanta’s Entertainment Industry. This week I’ll be talking to actress and comedienne Cocoa Brown. She dishes about starring in the OWN's hit series "For Better or Worse" as well as her non-profit organization "Wigs of Love" and more.

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“UPFRONT” Inside Atlanta’s Entertainment Industry talked to Reality Star, Actress and Author Stacii Jae Johnson of CENTRIC TV's “From the Bottom Up.” The second season premieres October 29 at 10:00 p.m. EST.  

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Check out the October 15 edition of “UPFRONT Inside Atlanta’s Entertainment Industry.” The show featured acclaimed Costume Designer and Fashion Maven, Johnetta Boone. Celebrity Photographer and Author of the book, "Time Served My Days and Nights on Death Row Records," Simone Green stopped by to chat about "Surviving Compton." Actress and CAU Alumna Terri Abney also stopped by to dish about her upcoming film "Loving" and starring on the OWN series "Greenleaf." 

 

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Make sure you all check out today's edition of “UPFRONT Inside Atlanta’s Entertainment Industry.”  The show will feature Issa Rae, star of HBO's new series "Insecure".  We also talk to rising photographer and artist Joshua Rashaad McFadden about his new exhibition, "Come to Selfhood", which explores Black male imagery and masculinity. Tony winning-director and CAU alumni Kenny Leon is also in the studio to chat about directing "Hairspray" with Jennifer Hudson as well as his fondest memories of the late actor, Bill Nunn.

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