Tuesday, May 11, 2010

[MISP] Support the local acting, music and production community

Albuquerque Little Theater (ALT) joins forces with The Film Apprenticeship Programs, Inc (FAPI) to bring you Lights! Camera! Music!. This special fundraising event will be held on Sunday May 16 at the historic Albuquerque Little Theater. The evening will be emceed by former Miss New Mexico Christina Olmi with entertainment provided by native New Mexican country music sensation, Bo Brown, local comedian and Breaking Bad cast member Steven Michael Quezada and British finger-picking guitar master Richard Smith. This special night of music, comedy and all-around entertainment, will be kicked off by the Cast of ALT's rollicking musical number from the upcoming production, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. (opening May 28) Y'all come on out now for a foot-stompin', gut-bustin' evening and get a sneak-preview of this hilarious Texas tale. 

The VIP Pre-show Event and Lounge will feature entertainment from 2001 National Finger Picking Champ Richard Smith, food, drink and a chance to mingle with cast members from film and television shows currently in production in New Mexico.

Ticket prices are $10 each for general admission

$25 admission for VIP entry, which includes a VIP lounge with local celebrities, snacks, beverages and a special performance by 
Richard Smith. 

Tickets are on sale now through 
the ALT Box Office,
by phone at 505-242-4750 ext. 2
and


This ticketed-only event will be taped by Music From The Q for later broadcast. 

LIGHTS! CAMERA! MUSIC! 

Bo Brown:
Rising country music star and a veteran of the New Mexico country music scene, Bo, - who is the son of the late New Mexican Spanish and country music legend Freddie Brown - began his music career at the ripe old age of 12 after winning a talent show in Phoenix, AZ singing George Strait's "The Fireman". He went on to pay his dues playing throughout New Mexico and the Southwest and, after stints in LA and San Francisco, returning to his roots. Bo will be performing songs - all self-penned - from his new Rema Records CD Believe.


Steven Michael Quezada
Steven has gained national recognition in his recurring role as "Gomez" on AMC's locally-produced, Emmy-award winning, hit television show, Breaking Bad. A true entertainment renaissance man, he is a playwright, an actor, a producer and 5-time winner of New Mexico Hispanic Entertainers Association (NMHEA) Comedian of the Year Award that has been making people laugh throughout the Southwest since 1987 with his unique Chicano-style of humor. 

Check out Stephen here: http://www.stevenmichaelquezada.com

Richard Smith
Considered one of the world's most accomplished guitarists by the likes of Chet Atkins and Tommy Emmanuel, Richard was finger-picking Atkins and Merle Travis tunes at age five. There seems to be no limit to Richard's ability to quickly master whatever guitar style captures his fancy. He has toured around the world, surprising audiences everywhere with his genius, showcasing a repertoire spanning an incredible range of musical styles from country, bluegrass, mainstream jazz, modern pop and rock, to classical guitar.

Check out Richard here: http://www.richardsmithmusic.com

Christina Olmi
Christina, who reigned as Miss New Mexico 2008, will serve as the evening's Emcee. Actor, producer, and artist, Christina, along with her current work on Jersey Shore 2, is deeply involved in community service and motivating others to make a difference. Her quick-witted and lively style will keep the program moving and entertain the audience throughout the evening. 

and the Cast of Best Little Whorehouse In Texas!
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All net proceeds from Lights! Camera! Music! will benefit 
Film Apprentice Program, Inc. (FAPI) & 
Albuquerque Little Theatre (ALT)

Sound by Oasis Sound

Lights! Camera! Music! is produced by ALT & FAPI 
in association with Avokado Artists

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