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January/February 2023
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Samantha Beaulieu Stars on Stage, Screen and TV
When MyiaRené Carter received the email informing her that she was chosen for the role of Sofia in the upcoming Le Petit Theatre musical production of “The Color Purple,” she spontaneously dropped to her knees praising God and shedding tears of joy. As she describes the joyful moment,“I was in my classroom in front of my
students and I literally fell to my knees in tears. I’ve gone through so much in life where I thought I wasn’t good enough to play a major role.
When a local talent enjoys success as an actor, director and writer this is something surely to be celebrated. And Samantha Beaulieu certainly has a lot to celebrate. With dozens of film credits under her belt she has co-starred in the films “Unhinged,” “Bad Moms,” “Now You See Me” and “Big Momma’s House,” just to name a few. She has guest starred on the television series “Leverage: Redemption” and starred in recurring roles in “Queen Sugar,” “NCIS New Orleans,” “Tyler Perry’s The Oval” and “Treme.”
More than half a century ago, a musical genre known as “folk music” was in vogue and it enjoyed widespread appeal among those who were activists for various causes. The purveyors of this musical style focused their lyrics on controversial issues like war, racism, nuclear disarmament and other significant national and world events. Today very little folk music is being composed and performed and there are fewer broadcast media outlets from which to convey these messages...
While most New Orleanians are still sleeping, Whitney Patterson is wide awake and hard at work.
As the producer of WWL-TV’s “Eyewitness Morning News” program, she is the model of professionalism and journalistic integrity. Whitney explained that as a producer she wears many hats. She communicates
with the anchors, making sure they have all the information they need, whether it’s for an interview or background for a story. She also books all the talent for the show, including bands and featured guests.
By Dean M. Shapiro
Harmonica virtuoso 
Smoky Greenwell  takes on today’s issues in his songs
“The Color Purple”
Musical has MyiaRené Carter Thrilled Over Major Role
By Anita Oubre
“Up Close and Personal: A Look Behind the Scenes
Producer Whitney Patterson
 details her role and  journey at WWL-TV
By Dean M. Shapiro
By Anita Oubre