Posts tagged marky monday show
Youth Create Change

Episode 14 features Heather Skoll and Sarah Neezon of Lifenotes Wisdom. Heather is also the founder of We Can Change the World Day and has put on many events raising money for youths in foreign countries. We talk about the importance of following your heart to create change, and about her new app called RESET ZONE. We play the song BE THE CHANGE by Marky Monday, Sonshine, and Broccoli, and OIAM's ME TO WE.

Celebrating 10 years of children's theatre

009 – Chris Madsen and Bon Craig owners of Ovation! Performing Arts Academy, talk about their amazing school for kids. Celebrating their 10-year anniversary the co-owners are very excited about upcoming performances and the level of professionalism from both teachers and students. We play a song from a musical performed live by some of their students and also play Marky Monday’s song “In The 90’s.” For more information about Ovation! Visit www.ovationarts.ca

Dynamic Children's Entertainment Duo

008 – Sonshine and Broccoli are a dynamic children’s entertainment duo who talk about their experiences being in the children’s performing industry. They share how and why they started over a decade ago, and how fulfilling it is to work with kids. We play their song “Wave Hello” and also feature a new song written by Marky Monday with Sonshine and Broccoli called “Be The Change.” The episode ends with exciting talks of a possible new Sonshine and Broccoli Television show. www.SonshineandBroccoli.com

The Importance of Happiness

007 – Lydia Zheng (Pineapple – 10 Years Old). Pineapple is a voice over student at Ovation Performing Arts School. In this episode we discuss James Bond, who Pineapple has never heard of, but the studio audience enlightens her. Pineapple loves to make people happy and talks about the importance of making people smile and laugh. We play the James Bond Theme Song and Marky Monday’s ‘Yes No Maybe’ which is a semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition.

Character Impressionist In The Making

006 – Aaron Maman (16 Years Old). Aaron is taking a voice over class because he loves doing impressions of characters and celebrities. Marky and Aaron do impressions and then get into discussions with the live studio audience about speech crutches and what to watch out for if one is to be a professional speaker. They play the song “Fool In The Rain” by Led Zepplin and Marky Monday’s “Dairy Is Magic.”

Future Broadway Star

OO5 – Kyla Shelly-Randall (16 Years Old). Kyla is a talented theatrical singer who loves animals. In this episode Marky discusses Kyla’s passion for singing and how she is able to sing in different languages. They play the first song she can ever remember hearing as a child, Daniel Powter’s Bad Day. Stories are shared about animals and Marky plays the song Celebrity Turtle. The show ends with a segment of Ask Marky and a brief discussion about a really bad movie called The Room.