“…before Cheena’s talents aired for millions on network television, the Illinois native’s acting roots trace back to Chicago, where he launched his career in the hub of improv comedy and theater. Cheena, who attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Roosevelt University in Chicago, grew on the stage at local spots like the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Apple Tree Theatre, and the Lifeline Theatre”.
Horror TV anthologies feature a range of talent behind the camera, and in their early days, they were one place to find women in creative roles. Ida Lupino directed multiple episodes of Thriller as well as one of the more renowned episodes of The Twilight Zone, and Catherine Turney wrote for One Step Beyond. Nowadays, women are producing anthologies; Mary Laws […]
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The new, eight-episode CW docuseries MARCH focuses on the revered marching band for the historically Black college Prairie View A&M, known as the Marching Storm. Each one-hour episode takes an in-depth look at every aspect of the band, the musicians, directors, dancers and flag team, as they try to handle the pressure of marching for one of […]
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