Clent Bowers Reviews, has been writing theater, film, festivals and entertainment event reviews for periodicals such as ShineOnHollywoodMagazine.com, TheArtistsforum.org, and most recently Examiner.com since 2008.
He is known for writing positive reviews that, while being truthful, encourage, and promote the socially uplifting qualities of the film, production or event. Clent’s background is in theater on Broadway and around the world for 35 years. He has most recently appeared in film and television in such projects as Jimmy Dean’s,” Thunder and Lightning” Commercial, Disney’s,” Hannah Montana”, Ben Stiller’s” The Little Fockers,” and several new projects now in post production.
Although Clent is primarily an actor/singer, Clent’s love for story telling keeps him exploring movies and theater daily. His unique connection to the industry prove for some very distinct observations within his reviews, unlike any other.
We hope you find Clent’s perspective helpful, enjoyable and informative. With the help of his team, many people enjoy Clent’s perspective on film, festivals, theater, and special places for
real-time “stories” worldwide.
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He resides in Atlanta, GA.
Roger Q. Mason is a Los Angeles-based writer whose gives voice to the silenced through the ritual of performance. His plays have been seen at such venues as McCarter Theatre Center, Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA; Son of Semele Theatre; Teatro Vista at Victory Gardens; Steep Theatre; Chicago Dramatists; and the Kraine Theatre. In 2016, he was nominated for a New York Theatre Innovator Award for his short play Hard Palate. Additionally, Mason was a finalist of the inaugural Activate: Midwest New Play Festival, semi-finalist for Theatre Masters in 2016, and the winner of an Encore Producer’s Award at the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival. Mason has received commissions from The Fire This Time Festival and Steep Theatre in Chicago. As a journalist, Mason recently began as a journalist for Better Lemons. He earned an MFA in Writing for Screen + Stage from Northwestern University, an MA in English from Middlebury College, and a AB in English and Theatre from Princeton University. For more info, visit: rogerqmason.com
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