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During the month of March we highlight the contri-butions and achievements of women as we celebrate Women’s History Month. How wonderfully appropriate to offer this feature on the multi-talented Gina Swanson. Gina has the attributes that we see in women who are successful in their own right. As a wife and mother of
two young children, this Emmy Award-winning journalist keeps herself busy as a news anchor and an adjunct professor at Loyola University, coaching students in Media Performance on delivery and presentation.
It’s been 11 years since New Orleans native actor Lance E. Nichols graced the cover of Breakthru Media magazine’s March/April 2012 issue and, as he put it, “A whole lot of water has gone under the bridge since then.” In the early part of 2012 the HBO series, “Treme,” was in its award-winning heyday and Lance was playing a key role in the action on screen. Since then he has appeared in well over 100 films, TV movies, television series, documentaries, shorts and other visual media, according to the most recent Internet Media Database (IMDb) listings.
Professionally, he goes by his full name – Salvatore – but informally, among friends, he prefers to be called Sal. But, by whatever name he is called, he can also add the title of “director” and others that have reflected his profession over the years. New Orleans born and raised, Salvatore
Mannino, is a professional theatrical director, producer, writer, innovator, actor and just about everything else associated with live stage productions. He is currently
directing “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” one of Tennessee Williams’ best-known stage plays, at Le Petit Theatre.