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Comment by Jean Simon on April 20, 2012 at 11:27am

So glad I tried Andr'e (Boom Boom) Washington's kickboxing class!  I saw it here!  It was wonderful!!!  I thank him for offering this and encourage other HAN members to try it.  Looking forward to going again.  :-)

Comment by Hawaii Film Industry on April 19, 2012 at 10:23am

Comment by Hawaii Film Industry on April 18, 2012 at 10:27am

CBS/AP) Host and TV producer Dick Clark has died. He was 82.

TMZ first reported the news Wednesday afternoon. A rep told the site that Clark underwent surgery Tuesday night and suffered a "massive" heart attack following the procedure.

Clark started his career as a radio announcer at WRUN in Utica, N.Y.,  when he was 17.

Comment by Roger Garrett on April 16, 2012 at 9:08am

I have a request for the web site. The top part of each page consists of the "Hawaii Actors Network" banner, the "quick links" section, and the "Discover a Whole New World" banner. These appear on every single page of the site. But they occupy an entire page-worth of space all by themselves. So no matter what page you go to you have to first scroll down to get to see whatever it is you're looking for on the page.
This "top border" area of the pages should be significantly reduced in size so that they are simply a border, and so it allows the actual content of the page to appear without requiring the visitor to scroll, scroll, scroll.

Comment by Hawaii Film Industry on April 13, 2012 at 5:19pm

Free kickboxing class on every saturday for all Han members

My name is Andr'e (Boom Boom) Washington I just wanted to let everyone know i'm offering all Han memeber's they can come and train at my school for free on every Saturday from 4:00-6:00 at 310 Paoakalani ave, Waikiki Community Center 2nd floor. one block from the Zoo plus free parking in the back. any questions call me @ 808-389-2155... 

Comment by Karen Agudong on April 12, 2012 at 9:16pm

Aloha,

I just wanted to confirm Carol's comments about Susie's workshop based on past experience.  My daughter, Sydney, has attended several acting workshops over the last two years in her personal effort and ambition to continue to improve her craft and because of the passion that she has for acting and performing.   She took Susie's workshop on Kauai in 2010  and was so inspired and learned so much! She is really looking forward to having Susie back. My youngest daughter, Siena, is excited that she is finally old enough to also be able to attend and learn from  the experience.  I highly recommend Susie's workshop and am grateful on a personal level that my both of my girls will have the opportunity to attend her workshop in May.  Thank you, Carol for your all your efforts in bringing Susie here!  (Wayne, Thank you for your nice comments :-)

Comment by Hawaii Film Industry on April 12, 2012 at 10:07am

Mahalo Wayne

Comment by Elyssa Joy on April 11, 2012 at 4:24pm

Hi Wayne & Carol,

Look forward to seeing you at Susie's workshop,

Elyssa Joy

Comment by Wayne Ward on April 11, 2012 at 3:33pm

hi, Carol!...I feel that actors appreciate authentic first-hand experience from genuine people like yourself and karen agudong, both of Kauai, in regard to experiencing Susie Main's workshop(s)...

after anyone views her website and her work, there is no doubt that she is the "real mccoy"...and it means so much to hear a local professional's (and fulltime resident) like yourself opinion on the content of her workshop and what she 'delivers"...I highly recommend Susie's workhop to local actors...and look forward to being your and Susie's "guest" on May 4th here in Honolulu... good luck!  ...wayne

Comment by Carol Culver on April 11, 2012 at 12:53pm

I understand people’s concerns about acting workshops promoted on HAN. I appreciate the upset of expecting to get valuable critique in a workshop, and not getting what was promised. Since I had just posted and sent to many of you in the various groups about Hollywood talent expert, Susie Mains, workshops on Oahu May 4 & Kauai May 6, I thought it helpful for you to know who we are.

 

I am a Kauai resident, not a fancy outside company. Susie Mains is a dear friend of mine who is the “real deal” and really DELIVERS in her wonderful workshops. I was a dancer/singer/actor for many years in Los Angeles and New York. I retired from the LA scene and for 11 years now, I have been living on Kauai, teaching dance and choreographing for the Kauai Performing Arts Center (DOE high school program) and often for Hawaii Children’s Theatre, a non-profit theatre company. I do not make a lot of money doing this, by the way.

 

Susie Mains is coming back to Hawaii for the 3rd time at the request of students who did her workshop before. Both previous workshops were on Kauai and several students took it both times, Younger siblings of several past attendees who were too young to attend before will be attending this time.

 

I brought Susie Mains to Kauai the first time in 2007 because many of my students wanted to pursue acting careers and had “stars in their eyes”. I felt it would be helpful for them to know what it takes to be in “the biz” and how to prepare for it all. Knowing Susie taught workshops, was great with people, an expert on young talent, and was an incredibly loving and supportive person, I knew my students would learn a tremendous amount from her. I was blown away by how valuable the workshop actually was. I thought people on Oahu would also enjoy experiencing her work there. Promoting a workshop is a big job, especially if you are not familiar with the area… and I am not that familiar with Oahu, which is why I was so grateful to find out about HAN. By the way, Wayne Ward has also been very supportive of this workshop and will be attending it as our guest. Here on Kauai… we are a very tight Ohana. People here know me and know my integrity. I wouldn’t promote anything if I didn’t feel good about it.

 

SUSIE MAINS works individually with EVERYONE in her workshops in a completely interactive way with all participants learning how to better evaluate their own work by what they are seeing in others, thus supporting everyone learning from each others work as well as their own. She, and only she, teaches her workshops. Since she works so much with children and young people in the industry, she is very clear and supportive about what it takes to be a professional actor. As a personal manager, it is her job to look out for the welfare of her clients in addition to helping them get jobs. Susie is impeccable in this way, which is one of the reasons her management company, Trilogy Talent, is so highly respected and why her workshops are so valuable, especially for children and young adults wanting to pursue an acting career.

 

No one should do anything they do not feel good about. Always check things out thoroughly before plunking your hard earned money down. If you are interested in the Susie Mains workshop but have doubts, I urge you to go to her website: http://www.susiemains.com and click on “Make My Kid a Star” to check her out for yourself. The workshop info can be found at: http://dancekauai.com/workshop/

 

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