Meet the Life in the Cancer Lane Production Team!

16 Oct

Life in the Cancer Lane Production Team

Carla Banks Waddles, Director

Carla is a televiscarla bio picion comedy writer in Los Angeles who has written and produced such TV shows as For Your Love, That’s So Raven, Half & Half, The Bill Engvall Show, the Fresh Beat Band, Sonny With A Chance, Let’s Stay Together, Lab Rats and The Soul Man. Most recently, she served as Creator and Executive Producer of the sitcom, One Love, which aired on Bounce TV this year.

Carla handles script rewrites, casting, rehearsals, and all creative aspects of the production.

Crystal Houston, Director

Crystal Houston

Crystal is Director of Digital and Content Marketing for Valley of the Sun United Way and an emerging screenwriter; she is currently a staff writer for the TV pilot project The Palace. As an experienced writer, Crystal oversees strategic stakeholder engagement communications leveraging digital media – from websites to blogs, video, e-communications and social media.

Crystal also serves as director of the production and handles technical and actor logistics.

Tonya M. Evans, Producer

Tonya is an Associate Professor of Law at the Widener University School of Law with expertise in the areas of intellectual property and entertainment law. She is a published author of an award-winning series of legal reference guides for writers and publishing industry professionals that was selected by Writer’s Digest Book Club as a club selection for its members. Tonya is also a nationally recognized speaker who presents to various audiences regularly on publishing law and intellectual property law.

She handles the intellectual property, contract, fundraising and finance aspects of the production.

Lori Hall Armstrong, Co-Producer

Lori Hall ArmstrongLori is the Principal and Chief Activation Officer of Verbify, a strategy activation consulting business based in New York. She specializes in strategically positioning clients and mapping out the steps to activate their ideas, needs and goals.

Lori handles outreach and fundraising aspects of the production.

 

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Credit: Renee Pilot Photo

LAUGH, CRY, CHEER & leave TRANSFORMED!

National Breast Cancer Awareness Play to Benefit Survivors & Families

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Herberger Theater Center-Stage West, 222 E. Monroe, Phoenix, AZ 85004

 

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