Jambios.com Contest:3 weeks, 3 favorite memories……share them with Ian and you could win something very special from him! Watch the video for all the details… @JamBiosInc

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Annie Cusick Wood and ‘Martha’ Travel To Shanghai

“A unique experience!”  That’s how Annie Cusick Wood describes her trip to Shanghai and the opportunity to present ‘Martha’  at ASK Studio Theatre.  This Chinese version of Martha And The NeNe Goose, (written and directed by Annie for her local Honolulu Theatre of Youth) will no doubt now delight the children of Shanghai too!  Annie is […]

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TV Directorial Debut For Henry Ian Cusick

Congratulations to Henry Ian Cusick, who recently had his TV directorial debut on The 100!Ian has been a regular cast member on the CW show since it’s beginning and now currently in it’s 4th season.He directed episode 11 of season 4, titled ‘The Other Side’ which aired May 10, 2017.With heartfelt gratitude Ian sends a […]

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Annie Cusick Wood To Direct At ChildsPlay Theatre Write Now Festival

Annie Cusick Wood will be directing My Name Is Loofa Tutu, one of the 4 finalist pieces to be presented at the ChildsPlay Theatre Write Now Festival.The festival will be held in Tempe, Arizona on March 16-19, 2017. My Name Is Loofa Tutu is written by Nicholas Kryah and joining with Annie’s direction will be dramaturgy […]

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2017 Welcomes Annie Cusick Wood’s ‘Home’ at HTY on Feb 11

Annie’s newest production Home,  will open on February 11 at Honolulu Theatre for Youth and will run through February 25 with two performances on Saturdays.Family Performances Dates:Saturdays, February 11, 18, 25 (2 shows each day)@ 9:30am & 11:30amSaturday, February 18 @ 11:30am – ASL Interpreted PerformanceIn addition Home will have school performances in February too: School […]

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BLUE Returns To Honolulu Theatre For Youth

‘HTY Brings Beloved BLUE Back To The Stage For Toddlers’ October 25, 2016 BroadwayWorld.com By popular demand, Honolulu Theatre for Youth presents blue, a humorous, whimsical short play for the littlest of theatre patrons by Annie Cusick Wood which first premiered at HTY in 2012. Show times are Saturdays November 5, 12 and 19 at 9:30 and 11: […]

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‘Best Actor In A Short’ For Henry Ian Cusick in Visible

Ian won the Best Actor In A Short for Visible, this past weekend at  2016 NorthEast Film Festival!Nominees were as follows……BEST ACTOR IN A SHORT Christopher Lloyd (The Coin) Karl E. Landler (DuO) Lance Henriksen (Fragile Storm) Jordi Vilasuso (This Modern Man is Beat) *Henry Ian Cusick (Visible) Kohl Beck (We Remember)Congratulations to Ian and to […]

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Visible Review: Best of the HollyShorts Film Festival

Thank you for the review! Best of the HollyShorts Film Festival Rachel Bohlen, Aug. 22, 2016 “Here are my top 5 favorites from this year’s festival.(1) Visible (Directed by Clay Delauney)Decades in the future, the human race becomes invisible. No one knows why. Slowly, a small number of people begin to reappear without any explanation. Our protagonist, Guy (played by […]

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Best Director, Actor and Actress Noms for Visible at NEFF

Mahalo to NorthEast Film Festival!  Congratulations Ian, Sonya and Clay!Visible will screen there next month, exact date to follow! Clay Delauney – Best Director of a ShortHenry Ian Cusick – Best Actor in a ShortSonya Walger – Best Actress in a Short Visiblemovie.com

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Visible Film Festival Schedule

Upcoming Screenings:Burbank International Film Festival – Saturday, September 10, 2016 @ 9:30 pm (Genre Shorts 3 Block) –  Burbank, California  Ticket link: VisibleTix/BurbankNorthEast Film Festival  – Sunday, September 11, 2016 @ 4:00 pm (Teaneck Cinemas)  – Teaneck, NJ  Ticket Link:  VisibleTix/NEFF    Twitter:@NEFilmFestival    Previous Screenings:HollyShorts Film Festival –  Friday, August 12, 2016 @ 2:30 pm (Block: Family […]

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