REPLAY: The Amazing Tovah Feldshuh. Tovah Feldshuh is the quintessential actor. For her work on the New York stage, from shows such as Yentl to Golda’s Balcony, she has earned four Tony nominations for Best Actress. She has won four Drama Desk awards, the Obie, among many other awards. On October, 2004 Golda’s Balcony became the longest-running one-women show in the history of Broadway.Tovah is also a TV and Screen Actor, a acting teacher, a wife, a daughter, and a mother. The list goes on and on about Tovah’s many activities and in this episode of “V,” you can get a snapshot of a look at the life of this remarkable woman.
V for Vitality
Susan Brender has 20 years experience as a television producer with diversified broadcasting experience in the Political, Entertainment, Legal, and Business arenas. She is the recipient of the ACE Award for (Best Program in an Educational Series): Teenagers: Drinking and Driving “A Killer.”
As a producer on CNBC, The Charles Grodin Show, Susan was the driving force behind a critically acclaimed series that examined the inequities in the justice system. Her other network cable producing experience includes Pozner/Donahue, and Gerry Spence Shows. At MSNBC, Susan lent her producing expertise to a variety of talk programming with leading newsmakers. She also produced business news segments for the top-rated, nationally syndicated business news program, The Wall Street Journal Report.
Susan became involved in the “Dot.Com” world in 2001 where she became Vice- President and Director of the Women’s Channel for Stellar Networks, a Seattle based Company. Today Susan’s interests lie in the Arts and Health arena. She is currently working in communications and development for non-profits dedicated to arts and education and arts and health.
Susan is also the Host of V for Vitality on WomensRadio. V for Vitality features interviews with artists discussing how the arts play a vital role in maintaining youth and vitality. This show will discuss the fundamental importance of the arts in the mind-body-spirit relationship as a health strategy.