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                     How You Feeling!

COFFEE CHATTER Presents. How You Feeling!

During the pandemic of COVID-19 Coffee Chatter along with the rest of the world has had to change our method of connecting people together. Coffee Chatter misses you and while we can't meet face to face right now and provide you with a delicious cup of coffee, we sure can continue getting together via virtual reality. Only this time you will have to bring your own coffee and together we will all contribute as usual to the chatter. So join us Saturday, April 11, 2020 at 2 pm for Coffee Chatter Presents: How You Feeling. Bring your coffee, laughs and thoughts. 

Coffee Chatter is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Coffee Chatter 'How You Feeling"
Time: Apr 11, 2020 02:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/455066447?pwd=cjhmemdPaWtwWkpwa0t0K3phUXB6UT09

Meeting ID: 455 066 447
Password: 2AxCGk

  
 Actress Jackie Marriott
Coffee Chatter Writer Chairwoman  

Quarantines are not so bad when you are keeping safe and saving people’s lives ! The benefits of being home just got pushed to a whole new exciting  level when you discover that casting Directors, that you may never have a chance to meet for free, are having open calls! How cool is that? You can work on your auditioning skills and get a chance to be seen in front of some of the most sought after casting directors without leaving your house. Coffee Chatter has always Made their business of connecting artist and actors  to leaders in the entertainment industry and as an actor those meetings and connections are so valuable! A Big thank you to ALL of the casting directors that are bringing this virtual opportunity to so many artist and actors 💋❤️During this quarantine!  Please find a short list of the ones that are on Instagram and were sent to me via  Coffee Chatter family member and outstanding actor Joe Thornton!

Open call list link below for Leah daniels: 

(deadline at 5pm today)  or go to Leah daniels casting page on Instagram @ldbcasting. 

https://breakdownservices.com/?action=opencall&oc=2z62c&tr_oc=0

 

Open call for ABC discovers coming soon on April 13th:

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-p_p70HEg4/?igshid=b45carpal2wh

 

Open Call for Seth Caskey ends April 10th:

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-hsY5Jp6Lj/?igshid=ngsfy3a92hha

Keep safe and big hugs.

      
        
 
 Michael Gavino
Director of the film For The Greater Good.
Coffee Chatter Secretary

There is an old expression that goes, “May you live in interesting times.” Thanks to the pandemic, we are living in very interesting times. This has impacted the world of entertainment in serious ways. Practically all production has shut down. We can’t even go to the movies or to a play. On top of this, many people have lost their day jobs for the time being and possibly for good. What is an entertainment professional to do during this difficult period?

If you have time on your hands as a result of the pandemic, this is the time you can work on your craft. If you are an actor, you may not be able to work or even practice with your actor friends, but nothing can stop you from downloading scenes from the internet and putting yourself on tape. You can watch great performances and analyze them. You can watch videos of acting teachers and actors talking about the craft.

If you are a writer with time on your hands, you can write. Indeed, a lack of time and focus is a major problem for writers. It was the great writer Ernest Hemingway who said, “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit at the typewriter and bleed.” Now you have the time to bleed; you just need the determination.

If you are a producer, you may not be able to attend meetings, but you can still call people on the telephone. You can still plan and try to put deals together. In the end, no matter what your job is in the industry, you may not be able to perform it for money, but you can definitely work on your skills and keep them sharp for when entertainment production comes back, which I am confident it will.

If you are one of the lucky ones who is still working at your day job or even blessed with more work during the pandemic, thank your lucky stars. However, sometimes this blessing can take you away from your dream. Thus, always try to do something entertainment related. If you have acting dreams, you may be too busy to spend hours studying acting techniques, but perhaps you can take a couple of minutes to perform a scene or monologue in front of a camera. If you are a writer, maybe you can write one page a day, or half a page, or even a couple of lines. If you are a producer, you can make one call each day. In the end, do something, no matter how small it is, to make sure you are still focused on your dream. 

Sadly, we are faced with a situation that none of us have seen before, but I think if we take care of ourselves and look out for each other, we will come back better than ever. Although things look bad now, let us never forget the words of another saying: “This too shall pass.”


  

 Television Director Ron Mosley. 
5 Tips For Actors
During Social Distancing

1) Stay active, physically.
2) Stay active, socially. Meaning CALL people. Have two or three phone conversations a day, at least.
3) Be mindful of your actions and utilize them while honing your craft.
4) Use and incorporate any and all of your actions and store them  into your toolbox.
5) LISTEN! take the time to slow down and LISTEN to what people say, as well as your environment.

 

  

  Stefani Whiteside

Eating Healthy= Feeling Good   
 

 Tofu Fried Rice:

Extra firm tofu

Healthy veggie mix

Onions

Mushrooms

Minced garlic

Coconut Aminos

Liquid Aminos

***can use regular soy sauce in place of coconut and liquid aminos***

Spices

Sesame oil

Sunflower oil

Cut up and season the Tofu with sesame oil, spices, garlic, coconut Aminos garlic sauce. Let it marinate a few hours if you have the time. Bake the tofu in the oven until desired consistency. I like mine firm, so I cook it for around 30 minutes.

Saute veggies mix, onions, mushrooms, garlic and spices with the Sunflower oil, and a little more sesame oil. Add cooked rice to the veggies and continue to saute. Add more seasoning to taste. When tofu is done, mix it into the rice and veggie mix, and stir fry them all together.

 

https://www.facebook.com/stefaniw20/

 

  
Lynne Burnett
Coffee Chatter Founder

That's A Wrap!
Stay Safe, Stay Inside, Stay Connected 
Protect each other and the animals too.
See you in May!  


 

 

 

 

 


 

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