Category Archives: Hollywood Salon

Hollywood Salon: Always the Second Monday of the month at the historic Culver Hotel, Culver City, Los Angeles. The Hollywood Salon is an educational program of events featuring guest lecturers working in film, television, entertainment and the arts, sponsored by the Nebraska Coast Connection.

Monday, August 8th 2022
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guest: TOM ELKINS, Editor & Director

We have the power to draw our dreams to us. This month’s guest was given the chanced to make movies from his home in Nebraska. Turning this gift into a glittering Hollywood career, he now edits and directs films with some of the great creatives of our time.

Join us this Monday, August 8th via Zoom to hear how his creativity led him from one open door to another. See you then!
TOM ELKINS is now an accomplished Editor and Director, who started out making dozens of 8mm films as a kid in Nebraska. Some of those movies were horror, with titles like THE KILLER TRIKE. His professional career began when he was hired by Herman Cain, then-president of the national restaurant chain Godfather’s Pizza, to make humor-based training videos and TV commercials in Omaha, NE.

He later broke into feature films, initially as a production assistant (GATTACA), then as a production coordinator, with credits that include Mel Gibson’s PAYBACK, and THE BIG LEBOWSKI for the Coen Brothers.

Tom eventually moved into feature editing as an assistant, and had the good fortune of working with — and learning from — Oscar-winning editors such as Mike Hill and Dan Hanley on THE DA VINCI CODE and THE MISSING, and David Brenner on WANTED. He was later hired by Wes Craven’s editor, Patrick Lussier, for Wes’s CURSED and RED EYE, and continued moving up the ladder. Lussier went on to direct WHITE NOISE II for Gold Circle Films, on which he gave Elkins his first opportunity as a feature film editor.

Among other credits, Elkins edited 2009’s thriller, THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT, the success of which helped earn him the opportunity to direct (and edit) the sequel, released by Lionsgate in 2013. Soon after, he edited the box-office hit ANNABELLE for New Line Cinema, as well as INFERNO for Ron Howard, and FLATLINERS for Sony Pictures.

More recently, Tom served as editor on the MGM thriller THE PRODIGYOrion Pictures well-received reboot of CHILD’S PLAY and WRONG TURN for Constantin. His two latest films, PREY FOR THE DEVIL for Lionsgate and THE INVITATION, for Sony Pictures, are scheduled for theatrical release in the coming months.


   NCCers, Mark Your Calendars for Monday, August 8th!

  •    – How did he turn Godfather’s commercials into a Hollywood career?
  •    – But he’s in Omaha now! How does he does that work?
  •    – If he has the opportunity to direct, does he prefer to also edit?

   Hear his answers and more this Monday!

The Hollywood Salon

with Editor & Director Tom Elkins

7:00-9:30 PM PST | Monday, August 8th

Celebrate with your worldwide NCC Family.
Let’s Zoom Party together!


Monday, July 11th 2022
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guests: UNL Carson Center Graduates

What does the future of Hollywood look like? The answer lies with those who not only dream big, but can shape & create with the latest available technology. This is the very first graduating class of those creative experts.

Join us Monday, July 11th at 7pm via Zoom for a Preview Screening and Q&A to hear their take on the future of the arts. Meet your newest group of co-creators on Monday!

MEGAN ELLIOTT is the founding director of the Johnny Carson Center for  Emerging Media Arts. She will be introducing The Inaugural Class of the Emerging Media Arts Program at UNL. They’ll be telling us about their projects and answering questions. Four projects, nine grads, one night only! Find out more about each of the recent grads here.

1. PROJECT 046 is a psychological horror pc video game where the player explores an abandoned laboratory, discovering the past and the role they played in what happened. Students from the Johnny Carson Center teamed up with a Senior Design team in the School of Computing to collaborate on the design and production; the first interdisciplinary capstone between the two schools.

KAYLA LAPOUR is a technical designer. She is blessed with the opportunities to use her 3D modeling, level design, and game engine skills on games such as Expedition Nebraska, a shipped paleontology game with Nebraska Public Media, and her capstone, PROJECT 046. She loves the creative process from start to finish. ALLISON LUND is from Omaha and is looking forward to pursuing a career in 3D modeling. Prior to UNL, she had not known about the world of 3D. She plans to continue her studies and pursue professional opportunities using 3D art in game design. ANGELA WALSH is from Creston, IA and hopes to pursue a job within the industry as a 3D modeler. MEGAN WHISENHUNT is from Mascoutah, IL and is looking forward to entering the field of 3D animation in the cinematic or gameplay worlds. She would prefer to first work with a digital design company in Nebraska to gain foundational experience.

2. HUMAN ERROR is a scene made into reality from Annie Wang, Mitchell Guynan and Madeline Schmit. Their camaraderie brought their vision to life by each pursuing their strengths and interests.

ANNIE WANG is from Omaha, and directed and edited her final piece. After graduation, she plans to pursue work in post-production. MITCHELL GUYNAN is from Blair and was the cinematographer for HUMAN ERROR. He plans on continuing his freelance filmmaking journey and preparing to move to the coast to pursue a career as a cinematographer. MADELINE SCHMIT is from Lincoln. She hopes to pursue writing for TV, Film, gaming, and film/tv production.

3. IF WALLS COULD TALK is a film by cinematographer Payton Bergkamp. She is excited to tell a beautiful story that she deeply cares about, assisted by a great producing partner and director.

PAYTON BERGKAMP is from Salina, KS. After being DP for her capstone film, she plans to move to the East Coast (NYC or Boston) to pursue opportunities in the camera department.

4. WALKER is a documentary which introduces UNL basketball player Derrick Walker, a competitive athlete who wants to win. However, his season did not go as planned with the team finishing last in the B1G conference. The documentary explores Derrick’s identity through his coach, mother, half-brother, and father.

MIKE RAPSYS was born and raised in Naperville, IL. Mike wanted to incorporate his love for sports with his filmmaking ability in his film, WALKER, his capstone project. He is now working as a Creative Media Specialist with the Nebraska Athletics.

The Hollywood Salon

with UNL Carson Center Graduates

7:00-9:30 PM PST | Monday, July 11th

Celebrate with your worldwide NCC Family.
Let’s Zoom Party together!

Monday, June 13th 2022
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guest: CHRISTINE CONRADT, Writer | Director | Producer

Hollywood demands daily diligence. This month’s guest met and surpassed Tinseltown’s rigors and has gone onto produce over 70 writing credits! One of which she wrote and directed in Nebraska.

Join us Monday, June 13th via Zoom to hear how taking one big leap after another led our guest from Lincoln to Hollywood, began a dynamic writing career, and recently inspired her to be a three-time published novelist. See you very soon!
CHRISTINE CONRADT has more than 70 produced writing credits, & has been writing for television for almost two decades. Her movies have aired on HallmarkLifetimeLMNShowtimeUSAFoxHallmark Movies & Mysteries, and UPtv. Christine has directed seven feature-length TV movies, two of which she also penned, and has produced more than 30 indie films and TV movies. Among those films include 12 DAYS OF GIVING, which was filmed in Fremont, Nebraska.

Originally from Lincoln, Christine graduated from Lincoln East High School before moving to Los Angeles to attend the undergraduate screenwriting program at USC and then went on to get a Masters degree in Criminal Justice from Boston University. She novelized three of her Lifetime movies into YA novels which were published in 2018 by Harper Collins.

Christine is a member of the WGA, west, the Writers Guild of Canada, and the National Criminal Justice Honor Society. In addition to writing, directing, and producing, Christine also works as a screenplay consultant.

NCCers, join us Monday, June 13th!

  • Learn about how Christine stays fresh after 70 writing credits
  • Hear how she almost got forever sidetracked from writing at the beginning of her career
  • After two decades writing for TV, learn about how the business has changed – and how she has shifted with it

The Hollywood Salon with Christine Conradt

7:30-9:30 PM PST | Monday, June 13th

Celebrate with your worldwide NCC Family.
Let’s Zoom Party together!

Monday, May 9th 2022
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guest: PRESTON HILLIER, Actor

To succeed in Hollywood, relationships are key. The odds are even more in your favor if those relationships include Nebraskans! May’s guest started his LA career with the help of some friendly Nebraskans who landed him on-set opportunities.

Join us Monday via Zoom to hear how taking one step at a time got our guest from his hometown of Lincoln to credits in over 70 TV shows & films! It’s sure to be a masterclass in navigating the ebb and flow of Hollywood. See you there!

PRESTON JAMES HILLIER was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. Acting was never something Preston would have seen in his future, having been an extremely shy person. It was always something he enjoyed doing, creating with friends and a friends video camera as a teen. It wasn’t until he started taking classes at UNL and acting in plays at the Lincoln Community Playhouse that he found himself truly bit by the acting bug.

In and after college he did lots of local commercials in Nebraska, with familiar companies like Runza, Valentino’s, & Nebraska Furniture Mart. Most of the time there was no pay or pay through Valentino’s gift cards given by the production company.

In 2000, Preston moved to Los Angeles and stayed with a close friend who happened to be a fellow Nebraskan. His connections to several Nebraska Natives in Hollywood helped him get jobs as a PA to learn film from behind the scenes. Doing regular background work on a show got him his SAG card and eventually his first line on television.

Preston currently holds credits in over 70 TV shows & films, and dozens of national commercials including GENERAL HOSPITALMAGNUM P.I., 911, THE WALKING DEAD, NASHVILLE and MAGYVER. Notably, he appeared in 12 DAYS OF GIVING, a film written and directed by a Nebraskan and filmed in Nebraska. Preston will also appear in the upcoming Hulu series CANDY with Jessica Biel, which premieres on the Salon date – May 9th!

NCCers, Mark Your Calendars for Monday, May 9th!

  • Learn about the role he had for four years – but that never had a name!
  • Hear how he saved up for the big move while being paid in Valentino’s gift cards.
  • After being in LA for 22 years, stop by for his best advice on navigating Hollywood.

The Hollywood Salon with Preston Hillier
7:30-9:30 PM PST | Monday, May 9th

Celebrate with your worldwide NCC Family.
Let’s Zoom Party together!

Monday, April 11th 2022
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guest: DON HALL, Animator


To win an Oscar, one starts with big dreams. Having supportive, nurturing people surrounding you doesn’t hurt, either! Our incredibly talented guest is coming to share his successes with the NCC on Monday, which have taken him from small town Iowa to onstage accepting an Academy Award.

What questions do you have about working for places like Disney? What was it like being at the 2022 Oscars? And importantly…Hawks or Huskers!? Join us to hear his answers on Monday!

DON HALL is an animator who grew up in Glenwood, Iowa, a hop and a skip over the Missouri River from Nebraska. He always had an affinity for drawing, and his mom supported this endeavor as much as possible. She worked at the local bank, and always had a steady supply of recycled paper to bring home for him to color with.

“I was always encouraged by both my mom and my dad to pursue this, there was never a conversation trying to dissuade me from following this dream.” With the wind in his sails, he started on his biggest dream: to work for Disney.

Don received his BFA from The University of Iowa, and set his sights on CalArts. On his third attempt at applying, he was accepted. Soon after, he began working as a writer, animator, & director for Disney on projects like THE EMPEROR’S NEW GROOVETARZAN, & CHICKEN LITTLE. More recently, he directed the Oscar-nominated RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON, and won his Oscar for directing BIG HERO 6.

NCCers, Mark Your Calendars for this Monday, April 11th!

  • Ask questions of one of the top animators in Hollywood!
  • Find out how a small town like Glenwood has shaped his work.
  • Want to do something similar to Don? Drop by and ask your best question!

The Hollywood Salon with Don Hall
7:30-9:30 PM PST | Monday, April 11th

Celebrate with your worldwide NCC Family.
Let’s Zoom Party together!

Monday, March 14th 2022
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guests: RANDY J. GOODWIN, Actor 

Ever wonder what it would be like to be a triple threat in Hollywood? Then you’ll want to tune in MONDAY to hear from this month’s special guest. BONUS: he is a quadruple threat, excelling no matter which hat he wears as an actor, producer, writer, and director.

Plus, our guest is bringing his success back to Nebraska. See how he is sharing his expertise with his hometown – Omaha. See you Monday!

RANDY J. GOODWIN was born and raised in Omaha & has had a multi-disciplinary career in Hollywood as an actor, producer, writer, and director. He has starred in more than sixty network television shows and feature films, most recently including STAR TREK: PICARD, THE ROOKIE, THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, GREY’S ANATOMY, 911, & NCIS. He also starred in the critically acclaimed drama KEVIN HILL with Taye Diggs, and the hit sitcoms GIRLFRIENDS and ABBY. He also starred as Marvin Yancy, Natalie Cole’s husband and producer, in LIVIN’ FOR LOVE: THE NATALIE COLE STORY, and co-starred in the action series FAST TRACK and the political comedy, LINC’S.

As a writer, Randy has penned over 20 television and feature scripts and has developed a number of television pilots, including the drug and alcohol rehab pilot, ONE-EIGHTY, currently in pre-production in Omaha.

In 2019, he completed his feature film directorial debut, co-writing, producing, and starring in THE JOB, a faith-based drama produced under his Fallen Giant Films banner in LA. Acquired by Sony Pictures faith and family streamer, PureFlix, the film was released on June 1st, 2021. He also produced the horror film, THE CALL, written by fellow Creighton Prep alum Patrick Stibbs, which was released in theaters in October of 2020. Randy also has a cameo in the film.

Yet for Randy, 28 years in Hollywood haven’t just been about fame and fortune. His lifetime goal has been to become successful in Hollywood, learn it, master it, and bring it back to his home state of Nebraska to share it. “I love home, and I want to help young people realize their dreams. I want to give them something I never had…a professional actor who made it “out there”, but [sic] came back. Well, I’m back to help that same 8 year old, like me, who has a big dream to be on the biggest stage in the world. The possibilities are endless…and achievable. I’m living proof.”

NCCers, Mark Your Calendars for Monday, March 14th!

  • Learn how he successfully navigates between his roles as actor, director, producer and writer.
  • Find out what it’s like being on different sets – from big studio networks to smaller independent projects!
  • Have an itch to write, direct, produce, and/or create your film? Randy is excited to share his mastery with YOU!

The Hollywood Salon with Randy J. Goodwin
7:30-9:30 PM PST | Monday, March 14th

Celebrate with your worldwide NCC Family.
Let’s Zoom Party together!

Since our regular Salon day would be Valentine’s Day, and the Sunday before is the Super Bowl, we are moving this month’s Salon to TUESDAY, FEB 15th. Just for this one month only, join us on Zoom a day later than normal for a very special guest. There’s been tons of buzz about Dan’s movie — I can’t wait to see some excerpts and hear all about how he made it smack in the middle of a pandemic. It’s going to be another great one…on Tues the 15th this month…see you there! -Todd

THIS MONTH ONLY — TUESDAY, February 15th, 2022
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guests: DAN MIRVISH, Director | CHRISTOPHER DUKES, Stunt Coordinator


Pandemic? No problem. This month’s guest is an accomplished filmmaker, who discovered a way to safely complete his feature in 2021. He is spreading the love and bringing along a special treat – a Nebraska actor he’s worked with in each of his films!

This month only, please join us on TUESDAY, February 15th via Zoom. V-Day inspired us to push the Salon to Tuesday, so be sure to save some love for the NCC!
DAN MIRVISH is a director, screenwriter, producer, and author. He’s currently on the festival circuit with his new award-winning feature, 18½, a film about a White House transcriber who tries to leak the 18½-minute gap in Nixon’s Watergate tapes but runs afoul of hippies, swingers and nefarious forces. Garnering a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, it’s already played in ten festivals in the fall of 2021 (from São Paulo to Anchorage, from Belize to Spain) and has several more lined up for the spring of 2022. The film stars Willa Fitzgerald & John Magaro, with Vondie Curtis Hall & Catherine Curtin, and the voices of Ted Raimi as Gen. Al Haig, Jon Cryer as H.R. Haldeman and Bruce Campbell as President Richard Nixon.

Prior to 18½, he directed the film Bernard and Huey, scripted by Oscar/Pulitzer-winner Jules Feiffer, and starring Oscar-winner Jim Rash and David Koechner which screened in over 30 film festivals on 5 continents before its theatrical and digital release.

Dan is the author of the bestselling non-fiction book The Cheerful Subversive’s Guide to Independent Filmmaking from Focal Press/Routledge. The 2nd edition came out last summer and will be coming soon in audio book form. Dan’s film Between Us, starring David Harbour, Julia Stiles, Taye Diggs and Melissa George, played in 23 festivals in 7 countries, and got a 50+ city theatrical release in the US, and sold to 145 countries, plus screening on Netflix, Showtime and Starz.

Dan was mentored by Robert Altman on his first film, Omaha (the movie), which led him to co-found the upstart Slamdance Film Festival along with producing partner, Nebraska-based Dana Altman. Their film Open House prompted the Academy Awards to controversially rewrite their rules on the Best Original Musical category. Mirvish also co-wrote his bestselling, critically-acclaimed novel I Am Martin Eisenstadt based on the fake McCain advisor who took credit for Sarah Palin not knowing Africa was a continent. A former speechwriter for U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin (Iowa), Dan has a master’s degree from USC Film School, is a member of the Directors Guild of America and has guest lectured at more than 45 film schools and universities. A native of Omaha, Dan went to Central High School.

CHRISTOPHER DUKES, shown above being directed by Dan (“aka, dropping a boot on his head”) at Carhenge, is a Nebraska-native. He has appeared one way or another in every one of Dan’s movies, as well as his books. An acclaimed actor and talented stunt coordinator, Chris played a Colombian jewel thief in OMAHA (THE MOVIE), three different roles in OPEN HOUSE: a snitch, a homebuyer and a groom (as well as stunt coordinator), a wedding photographer in BETWEEN US, a pickup artist in a bar in BERNARD AND HUEY, and he was the stunt coordinator on 18½

NCCers, Mark Your Calendars for TUESDAY, Feb 15th!

  • Learn how the 18½ filming process paused, shifted, & was completed amid the pandemic. 
  • Connect with a Nebraska filmmaker who has blazed his own trail in the movie business alongside a great team.
  • Are you curious about Slamdance? Stunting? Acting in indie features? Hop on Zoom with us and learn from Dan & Chris!

The Hollywood Salon with Dan Mirvish & Christopher Dukes
7:30-9:30 PM PST | TUESDAY, February 15th

This month ONLY on Tuesday!
Celebrate with your worldwide NCC Family.
Let’s Zoom Party together!

Monday, January 10th 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guest: You and Your Fellow NCCers
2022 is here! And with it, our annual 3-Minute Salonfest via Zoom. We look forward to seeing your work and ringing in the New Year with you!

You’ll have three minutes to share whatever you’d like. RSVP info and details on how to showcase your work are below. See you Monday, January 10th!

SALONFEST: THE THREE MINUTE FILM FESTIVAL, our ever-popular NCC mini-film festival, is being held on Zoom once again. We will show three minutes of anything you want to showcase for your Hollywood Family.

There’s a ton of talented folks in the NCC, and many of you have found ways to create some amazing work the past year – once again in the most trying of times. You’ve triumphed, and this is our chance to connect and to see what you’ve been up to!

Cue up your latest short, reel, or anything you helped to create, and we’ll show three minutes at the January Salon. You’ll get a minute to tell us about it, before or after. (Got something longer? Barter with others to share your time…)  

Please send your files and/or links (links preferred!) to howdy@nebraskacoast.com by 12pm PT on Jan. 10th. We’ll be able to properly queue the lineup in advance for your viewing pleasure.

What will you see? It’ll be an eclectic and fast-paced evening… Animations. Webisodes. New acting reels. Docs. Kickstarter promos. All kinds of YOUR latest masterpieces. Whatever you want to share with the group — this is your chance to show us what you’ve got.

Remember – we’re not bragging, we’re way too Nebraska Nice for that. We’re sharing our wins in artistic format with our extremely supportive Hollywood fam. So share what you’re featuring via your socials (or that you might share, or that you’ll be there to support) and we’ll tag, re-post, and give folks a heads-up on what to get excited to see!

First time? Wonderful! Introduce yourself to us via your art. Seasoned regular? Share what you’ve been up to and show the new folks what they could be doing one day. Who knows, you might decide to collaborate! SalonFest is always one of the most fun Salons of the year.

The NCC 3-Minute SalonFest

8-10PM PST Monday, January 10th

Celebrate with your worldwide NCC Family. Let’s Zoom Party together!

Sunday, December 12th 2021
Hollywood Salon…In Person!
Special Guest: YOU and New Friends & Old Friends

After 20 months apart, we are reuniting with one another once again to celebrate the holidays! We’ve missed you so much, especially the hugs and one-on-one chats that usually come with our monthly get-togethers.

After 20 months apart, we are reuniting with one another once again to celebrate the holidays! We’ve missed you so much, especially the hugs and one-on-one chats that usually come with our monthly get-togethers.

We pride ourselves on being your Home Sweet Home in Hollywood. So for the first Salon ever, Todd & Marion are opening their home to all of us. Come enjoy the spectacular sunset and park-like wilderness from their newly remodeled mid-century retreat on the mountain above Pasadena. We’re moving the December Salon from the regular Second Monday to Sunday — SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12th — just to make the party more of an afternoon-into-evening cocktail affair.

We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with famous Nebraska brands to fly in Tastes From Home: Valentino’s pizza bites, Dorothy Lynch salads, and Vic’s Popcorn. Tickets will be on sale soon, for just a $30 donation, and discounts available for volunteers. To keep things pandemic-safe, we’ll require proof of vaccination or a recent negative Covid test. See you on our NEW DATESunday, December 12th!

You never know who might turn up…movie stars, bigwigs, & top talents. More of our Salon Special Guests come to this event than any other, year after year. And partying with your Nebraska Hollywood buddies is an exclusive “A” Ticket. Definitely NOT to be missed, especially now! All your glamorous NCC friends in holiday spirits. Super raffle prizes, special guests, Santa, and much much more — all in person!

We all know there’s no place like Nebraska, and there is no party like the NCC Holiday Party.

Tickets on sale now! Follow the RSVP link below. Need a bigger price break? Ask about volunteering at the party in exchange for a discount on admission.

It’s the holidays with your Home Sweet Home in Hollywood…see you there!

Hollywood Salon Holiday Party

3-7PM PST Sunday, December 12th

Celebrate with your NCC Family – in person!

Remember, the Salons are a great way to network, catch up with old friends and new ones, and have a taste of home in Hollywood.


Monday, November 8th 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guest: CRAIG ALBRECHT, Executive Producer

This month’s guest has made his childhood dreams come true. Moving halfway across the country from Deweese, NE to Hollywood, he pursued what he called the hardest position: executive producing. Now, he has not only fulfilled his goal, he continues to work with some of the biggest names in Tinseltown while doing it!

Join us on Zoom this Monday, Nov. 8th to hear about his journey to Los Angeles. He has plentiful expertise as an EP on feature length films to share with YOU!

CRAIG ALBRECHT is from Nebraska and moved to Hollywood to pursue his dream – making films. As a kid growing up in Clay County, he was always fascinated by the medium, and his ultimate goal was to become an executive producer.

For nearly three decades Craig has called Los Angeles home, and has worked in production for over 20years. He is the Producer of TIMECRAFTERS THE TREASURE OF PIRATE’S COVE, starring Denise Richards, Malcolm McDowell, Eric Balfour, Lew Temple, and Patrick Muldoon. Craig is also Executive Producer of MONSTROUS starring Christina Ricci, Lew Temple, Santino Barnard, Colleen Camp, and Don Baldaramos. Other producing credits include SENIOR  SKIP DAY starring Lea Thompson, Larry Miller and Tara Reid, WICKED BLOOD starring Sean Bean, Abigail Breslin, and James Purefoy, & DON’T KILL IT with Dolph Lundgren Kristina Klebe and Tony Bentley. Follow the hyperlinks above to see press releases on his films.

When interviewed recently by the Lincoln Journal Star, he shared this advice: “To all the kids in rural Nebraska, if you have a dream, pursue it, because dreams do come true.”

NCCers, Mark Your Calendars…!

  • Learn how Craig came from Clay Center to call Hollywood home!
  • Connect with a Nebraska creative who has made his dream come true in film.
  • Are you curious about the role of an Executive Producer & how they can help get your projects made? Hop on Zoom with us and learn from Craig!

Hollywood Salon with Craig Albrecht

8-10PM PST Monday, November 8th

Celebrate with your worldwide NCC Family. Let’s Zoom Party together!