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, 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!

Monday, October 11th 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guest: SCOTT TOMASSO, Story Producer – Magnolia Network

“Life imitates art” said Oscar Wilde, and this month’s guest creates artful stories from life. A story producer largely working in the non-fiction space, his responsibility is to create a masterpiece from everyday events. His expertise weaves a tale for millions of viewers.

Join us on Zoom Monday, Oct. 11th to hear about his journey from Omaha to LA, and how he jumped into producing early in his career which has made him highly sought-after talent on the brand-new Magnolia Network.

SCOTT TOMASSO attended high school and college in Nebraska, studying at the Univ. of Omaha and Bellevue University. He began his professional career in the Big O, leading teams for six years. Eventually, he flexed his leadership skills in a move to Los Angeles where he began producing content for E! Network.

Scott is currently a Story Producer on Magnolia Network’s FIXER UPPER: WELCOME HOME with Chip and Joanna Gaines, along with the original series FERNEY’S RETRO PLANT SHOP with Joanna Gaines and her sister Mikey, and FIRST TIME FIXER.


Over the years he’s worked in a variety of genres and formats for a number of high-profile companies such as: E! Entertainment, Style, TV Guide Channel, NBC, Lionsgate, Syfy and Hasbro. He is a proud member of the Producers Guild of America, and has signed multiple TV shopping agreements for original unscripted TV shows in 2021 alone!

NCCers, Mark Your Calendars…!

  • Learn how Scott transitioned from acting to producing one of the most successful home renovation TV shows on air!
  • Connect with a creative who is leading story development for a the highly anticipated, fully branded Magnolia Network.
  • Are you a Writer or Producer curious about the unscripted television creative process? Learn from Scott and his years of expertise!

Hollywood Salon with Scott Tomasso

8-10PM PST Monday, September 13th

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

Monday, September 13th 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guest: RON HULL, Legendary PBS Programmer & Senior Advisor – NETV

Culture is a feeling and an experience. Monday’s Salon guest is a whisperer of that culture, impacting Nebraska and the nation through his  over 60-year career in television. Undoubtedly, each of us has been influenced by the choices he’s made working with PBS and NETV.

Join us on Zoom this Monday to hear about the inspiring personal and professional tale of this legendary Nebraskan. An adoptee born in South Dakota, his evolution of self-discovery has been mirrored in the U.S. histories he’s been pivotal in cultivating for PBS & beyond.

RON HULL currently serves as the Senior Advisor to Nebraska Educational Telecommunications, and Professor Emeritus of Broadcasting at UNL. He has dedicated his life to a career in Public Television in Lincoln and Washington, DC. He developed the AMERICAN EXPERIENCE series for the Corporation of Public Broadcasting which continues to influence viewers, thereby shaping the culture of the United States.

The Nebraska Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame inductee helped build the statewide NET network, considered one of the best in the PBS family. At the national PBS headquarters, Ron used his expertise to recommend 850 TV shows for revival. His cultured perspective comes from first-hand experiences as a Fulbright Scholar, through which he taught International Television at Cheng Chi University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Additional programs he helped create include ANYONE FOR TENNYSONREADING RAINBOW, & THE MARK TWAIN SERIES. Notably, Ron was awarded a Presidential Commission to serve on the President’s Committee on the Arts by Pres. Jimmy Carter, and the Henry Fonda Award in Nebraska. He is the author of the award-winning BACKSTAGE – STORIES FROM MY LIFE IN PUBLIC TELEVISION.

NCCers, Mark Your Calendars…!

  • Have you ever watched Reading Rainbow as a kid? Ron made that show happen!
  • Have you heard the tales from the American Experience series, or seen Bill Moyer back on PBS? That was all thanks to Ron!
  • Are you a Writer, Director, or Producer wanting to know more about how to get your work produced by PBS?

Come meet our guest who will share his lifelong wisdom working with PBS & NETV!

Hollywood Salon with Ron Hull

7:30-9:30PM PST Monday, September 13th

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

Monday, August 9th 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
DEIRDRE HAJ – Film Streams, DAN LADELY, The Ross, & TAYLOR MOORE – The World
Co-Sponsored by LAURIE RICHARDS – Nebraska Film Office

Do you remember your favorite moviegoing experience? The popcorn, treats, and lives lived large on the screen transported us through time and space. For the first time ever, the Salon will provide a forum for the people running the major art houses in Nebraska to discuss how they provide quality film programming to Nebraskans.
Join us on Zoom next Monday for a one-of-a-kind Salon, meet folks from Nebraska’s major cinema art houses, and learn about how you could host your next premiere in the heartland!

has served as the Director of the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center (MRRMAC) for over 48 years. Amidst a variety of responsibilities, importantly, curating MRRMAC’s programming. He oversaw the design and construction of MRRMAC’s new building, opened in January 2003, including two state-of-the-art theaters, a film/video storage facility,  & research library, thanks to a major donation he solicited from Mary Riepma Ross. After her death, The Nebraska Foundation announced she made a $9.5M gift to The Ross, creating their endowment.

is the newly appointed Executive Director of Film Streams in Omaha. Previously, she served as ED of the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival for over a decade, which became an Oscar-qualifying festival under her tenure. There she established year-round programming & community engagement as well as prioritized equity, diversity, and inclusion across the organization and its programming. She has served on various festival panels, including for the Milwaukee, DC Shorts, and Minneapolis St. Paul Int’l Film Festivals, and was a founder and the first VP of the Film Festival Alliance. She holds a BA from the State University of New York at Purchase College.

 grew up in Kearney is the House Manager for The World Theatre. He attended UNK, studying natural sciences, philosophy, and art. Working as a handyman since college, he decided to volunteer at The World Theatre’s Pop-up Drive-in in 2020, supporting a great initiative to safely provide entertainment and a sense of community during the Covid pandemic. As a result of his dedication Taylor was recently offered the House Manager position and has been managing events and movies since April of 2021. He’s excited about what’s in store for both himself and the theatre going forward, as he’s grown to love The World and its volunteers.

 serves as the Nebraska Film Officer. The Nebraska Film Office, part of the Department of Economic Development, provides resources to the filmmaking & media industry. The Film Office works with producers, directors, & location managers to identify potential locations for feature films, documentaries, shorts, & commercials. Notably, the Oscar-winning NOMADLAND & THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS were recently filmed in the state, assisted by Laurie. In the last legislative session, the capitalization of the Film Office Cash Fund passed, making $1mm available as a grant for filmmaking in Nebraska. Grant applications will be made available later in the fall of 2021.

Are you a Filmmaker and want to hold your premiere in Nebraska?
Have you ever thought of restoring and preserving cinema?
Come meet the professionals who can provide insight, and hear how they went about making their dream come true!

Hollywood Salon Composer Panel

7:00-9:00PM PST Monday, August 9th

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

Monday, July 12th 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!
Special Guest: Actor Abby Miller

Let’s be honest: the entertainment world can frequently seem like a fortress, where only a few soothsayers know the right password to enter. Yet this month’s special guest, an actor who hails from Nebraska, has been able to utter ‘open sesame’ to some of our time’s most iconic sets.

Join us on Zoom next Monday to ask questions about how she made magic happen, booking role after role on award-winning, hour-long dramas. Hear how her acting career took her from Clay Center to the center of Tinseltown!

ABBY MILLER comes from a town of only 800 people. But their community theatre gave a girl a part in The Sound of Music, and that girl, Abigail Miller, knew at age 12 what she wanted to do for life. Studying theatre at UNL and in London, Abby got to play Ophelia and Helen Keller, honing her skills with improv and stand-up along the way.

Abby currently stars on the Apple TV+ original series HOME BEFORE DARK. Prior to this, Abby appeared as a series regular on THE SINNER, where she played Officer Caitlin Sullivan opposite Bill Pullman. Her turn as Charles Manson follower Mary Brunner on AQUARIUS came on the heels of her dynamic turn as Ellen May on the FX original series, JUSTIFIED. Abby also recurred as Emily Greenstreet on THE MAGICIANS.

Other TV credits include: IMPOSTERS, STATION 19, SNOWFALL, THE REAL O’NEALS, THE CATCH, GREY’S ANATOMY, LAW AND ORDER SVU, and MAD MEN. She also appeared in numerous feature films such as the 2010 Sundance Selection ONE TOO MANY MORNINGS and the indie feature CONGRATULATIONS (co-written by Miller).

NCCers, Mark Your Calendars!

  • Are you a Writer, Director, or Producer wanting to know more about the inner world of network television’s biggest sets?
  • Want to know what’s unique, from a working professional’s perspective, about working for a major streaming platform?
  • Come meet Abby, who can provide insight and who wants to share the secret of her magic with you!

The Hollywood Salon with Abby Miller
8:00-10:00 PM PST Monday, July 12th

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


RECAP: The June 2021 Composer Salon
Last month, we welcomed Composers Leanna Primiani, Jeffrey Gold, and Joseph Neidorf to the Salon, and we wanted to be sure you had the opportunity to listen to their incredible scores. Additionally, if you have feedback for Devil’s Threesome as they pitch their brand new animated series, please share! Click their names to be directed to their work.

BONUS: Leanna has offered to make her entire library available to YOU. She only asks that she be credited, with a listing on IMDb. Have a film that needs that final something? Check out Leanna’s library!

Monday, June 14th, 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom!

Have you ever turned down the volume during a horror movie to find…it isn’t scary at all? The epic soundtracks to the films we love help us feel as the director intended. Movies would be missing an entire sensory component without this month’s special guests and their talents.

Join us on Zoom next Monday to meet this panel of musicians, composers, and creative directors who have taken their musicianship to the silver screen to inspire us to feel a full range of emotions.

LEANNA PRIMIANI is a musical storyteller. Using electronics as well as orchestral instrumentation, she explores the limits of musical form, sound, and time. As a conductor, her credits include the NATIONAL SYMPHONY and LA OPERA. Her music is championed by the NASHVILLE SYMPHONY, the CABRILLO MUSIC FESTIVAL, and the CENTRE DE CRÉATION MUSICALE IANNIS XENAKIS (Paris). As a composer for film and television, her credits include SIGNAL, and THE BAD SEED, directed by and starring Rob Lowe.

JEFFREY GOLD began his career as a film composer in 1996 when he scored the music to his doc short, ISLES IN THE MIDST OF THE GREAT GREEN SEAWhile attending Cambridge, he scored the short film, MONK, which premiered at the Bafta Centre in Cymru, Cardiff, Wales. Other credits include TONY & LOUISEWE CAN DO BETTER, AMERICAVALLEYHEARTand the award-winning score to COIN. He is currently working on the score for the monologue, THE CLERKJeffrey is also an accomplished playwright and screenwriter.

DEVIL’S THREESOME (creative team below) is a 22-minute animated horror/comedy for adults, featuring music from the band, GWAR, and original compositions. OLIVIA TAPHORN is a Music Supervisor and clearance specialist for US and International film, TV, advertising & new media on behalf of production companies, networks, ad agencies & music supervisors. Owner of the midwest-based Rhythm and Roads, she’s cleared music for Gillette, supervised the film THE JOB, & is currently supervising the doc, OPERATION KINGPIN: 27 MINUTES AT SON TAYand the feature doc, FULL OUT


JOSEPH NEIDORF is a film composer who has written for comedy, drama, & action films, as well as reached over 1,000,000 viewers through political video soundtracks for the Biden Digital Coalition, Creatives 4 Biden, and the SuperPAC, Meidas Touch. He is in the process of founding Living Library Musican innovative service that will merge the detailed expression of custom scores with the efficiency of music libraries.

KELLY EISENBRAND is an animation comedy writer represented by The Jackson Agency. She has worked in a 2-day writer’s room at Fonco Studios, and writes for both children & adult audiences. She has a Masters in English Literature from Claremont Graduate University, & Fiction Novel Writing Certificate from Stanford University.

MARCO OLIVARES AGUILAR is a storyboard artist working in animation. He has boarded for several animated television pitches and has done animation for award-winning student films.

Are you a Director, Producer, or Actor looking for music for your project? Come meet the professionals who can provide exactly what you need, and hear how they go about collaborating to make it happen!

THE Hollywood Salon Composer Panel
7:30-9:30PM PST Monday, June 14th

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


Are you a UNL Theatre Alum? This Salon is for you! Come and meet the new team at the Carson School – from the comfort of your own home! Please feel free to spread the word to classmates around the country who you think might want to join in as well. This is our chance to get us all together digitally for a big multi-class reunion, & to meet the new generation of leaders!
Monday, May 10th, 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom! 
The UNL Johnny Carson School: Christina Kirk, David Long, Michelle Harvey, & Andy Park

This month’s Salon brings you a reunion of EPIC proportions and you’re invited! Come hear from faculty, staff, and students of the current UNL Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, and hear updates about the productions & their post-Covid plans. Catch up with your fellow alumni via Zoom at this May’s Salon!

You’ll also have the pleasure of getting to hear about the Nebraska Repertory Theatre and their work this upcoming season. NCC is more connected than ever – come hear about the opportunities in regional theatrical productions!

CHRISTINA KIRK is the Director of the Johnny Carson School & Executive Director of the Nebraska Rep.  Her directing credits include THE LIVING THEATRERICHARD III, & 39 STEPS. She began her career performing at the NE Rep, and favorite roles include “B”,THREE TALL WOMEN & Violet, AUGUST OSAGE COUNTY. Her one woman show, CONVERSATIONS WITH JUDITH MALINA, was featured in Theatre Journal. She is a contributing author for THE ART OF DIRECTINGACTING IN THE SPACE BETWEEN.  She has an MFA in Directing from Columbia Univ. & a BFA in Acting from the Univ. of Illinois. She is a certified yoga instructor.

ANDY PARK has served as the Artistic Director of the Nebraska Repertory Theatre since 2017.  A sampling of his favorite directing credits include SEASHORE with TriArts Inc., PETER AND THE STARCATCHER at the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, & CIRCUS CRASHERS at Actors Gym.

DAVID M. LONG (SAG-AFTRA/AEA) serves as the Head of Performance at the Johnny Carson School. He has worked in both the US and Japan, & recent credits include DRACULA: MINA’S QUEST, RHINOCEROS, VIOLET, & PRIDE AND PREJUDICEDavid received his MFA from the UW PATP and a BA in Acting from CSU Fullerton.

MICHELLE HARVEY is the Assistant Professor-Lighting Design at the Johnny Carson School. Previous credits at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre include: UNRELIABLE, WELCOME TO FEAR CITY, STILLWATER. She received her MFA from UNLV BFA from UNL.

The Hollywood Salon Panel 
with Christina Kirk & the UNL Carson School
7:00-9:00PM PST Monday, May 10th

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



Monday, April 12th, 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom! 
Special Guest Panel: The Creators of #MyCorona – Kirk Zeller, Phil Gorn, & Crystal Carson
Think back to one year ago: the world was at a standstill and filmmaking was halted for the foreseeable future. Since then, productions have found a way to make things safe, and this team of creatives led the way! 

You’re invited to join us next Monday, April 12th on Zoom, as we catch up with these filmmakers and learn about their filming process during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Shot on a closed set in both Nebraska and Los Angeles, hear how their ingenuity and perseverance led to a full-length feature film! 

is a producer of the movies #MYCORONA, DIRECTING REMOTELY AND FILMMAKING DURING THE PANDEMIC: THE MAKING OF #MYCORONA, THE PICTURE OF DARIA GRAY, and FINDING ALOHA, as well as the SILICON PRAIRIE CENTER SERIES. Kirk has returned to his home state of Nebraska and is the founder of the Silicon Prairie Center Studios where the romantic comedy #MyCorona was filmed. Kirk has a Doctorate of Business Administration from the International School of Management (Paris), MBA from Imperial College London (London), and BA from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he spent much of his degree studying at Nanzan University (Nagoya, Japan) and Senshu University (Tokyo). Kirk appeared in a number of commercials and television shows during his time in Japan. Kirk has lived, worked, and studied in the US, Europe and Asia and traveled to more than 50 countries.

PHIL GORN, Director of #MYCORONA, was born & raised in San Francisco, and became a projectionist in his family’s repertory movie theater when he grew tall enough to see out of the projection room window (similar to the boy in Cinema Paradiso). Graduating from San Francisco State University, he began writing, producing, editing & directing features. After exploring representation for his own films, Phil found a need to start his own sales company — for himself as well as his fellow filmmakers.

CRYSTAL CARSON starred in and was the Casting Director for #MYCORONA, and has been one of the top acting coaches in LA for 25 years. She is the creator of “The Actor’s Mind” visualization method, “ReActing by Heart” emotional connection exercise and “Auditioning by Heart” audition technique for film and television. She grew up in Nebraska and majored in theatre at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Not a stranger to the life of a working actress, she was a series regular for five years on GENERAL HOSPITAL, had recurring roles on JAG and DALLAS, and starred in films like WHO’S THAT GIRL with Madonna.

The Hollywood Salon
Panel with the #MyCorona Filmmakers
8:00-10:00PM PST Monday, April 12th

The Hollywood Salon
Panel with the UNL Carson Theater School
8:00-10:00PM PST Monday, May 10th

Connect with the Carson Theater School NEXT MONTH at the Hollywood Salon. The panel will be led by Theatre Department Chair CHRISTINA KIRK and will include Nebraska Repertory Artistic Director ANDY PARK and St. Louis Black Repertory Company Producing Director RON HIMESExplore opportunities in regional theatre and reconnect with Carson Theater Alum!


The Hollywood Salon
CaliBraska Update with Erica Larsen-Dockray
8:00PM – Monday, May 10th

Catch up with ERICA LARSEN-DOCKRAY, the founder of CALIBRASKA ARTS INITIATIVE at next month’s Salon! Registration is open summer programming, and she’ll share about the online and in-person classes available in all areas of the arts. BONUS: She’ll be inviting some of her teaching artists to share their experiences of exploring Nebraska and teaching in Scottsbluff!



Monday, March 8th, 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom! 
Special Guest: Geoffrey Lower – Actor

It has been 30 years since this month’s guest and our founder Todd Nelson appeared together in “The Diviners”, a play at UNL’s Johnny Carson School, directed by Judi Dickerson. Our guest went on to appear in many more plays on a variety of stages.

You’re invited to join us next Monday as we catch up with him on Zoom! Stop by and hear how his time at UNL shaped his career, leading him to Julliard and beyond!


GEOFFREY LOWER is an award-winning actor who has worked with Oscar-Winning Director Steven Spielberg, shared the screen with Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman, and can be seen on timeless TV hits like FRIENDS, DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN90210, NCIS, and many co-starring roles in his career spanning 30 years.

Attending the UNL Johnny Carson School and later the JULLIARD SCHOOL, Geoffrey went on to work as an actor in classical theaters in NYC, Hartford CT., and Washington D.C. with such names as Joseph Papp, Richard Thomas, Brian Bedford, and Kelly McGillis. In addition to his stage work, which landed him the Philadelphia Drama Critics’ Award for Best-Supporting Actor, Geoffrey has worked with Matthew Modine on Roger Spottiswoode’s AND THE BAND PLAYED ON, and with John Lithgow, Peter Gallagher and Francis McDormand in JOHNNY SKIDMARKS.

Recently, he had the pleasure of working on the independent film DISRUPTED, written and directed by Andre Welsh. The film is currently making its way through the film festival circuit. Geoffrey is excited to share with fans his talent of playing his first full-blown psychopath.

Born in Casper, Wyoming to British ex-pat parents, he grew up in a construction household where his two older brothers became a contractor and a structural engineer. Geoffrey carries both a general construction and a real estate license and has remodeled and flipped many houses in his Los Angeles neighborhood of Silver Lake with his wife Karen. 

Geoffrey splits his time between acting, creating homes for Angelenos with his wife, hanging out with his sons, and a large Akita named Kioko.

THE Hollywood Salon with Geoffrey Lower
8:00-10:00PM PST Monday, March 8th

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



Monday, February 8th, 2021
Hollywood Salon…on Zoom! 
Special Guest: Leta Powell Drake – Actress, Producer, Writer

This month’s guest made a fresh name for herself when a compilation of her celebrity interviews went viral via Twitter last November.  Many have said her bold, brash interview style was legendary for its time, as she interviewed stars like Carrie Fisher, Tim Curry, and Tom Hanks.

Join us next Monday to meet her (on Zoom) & hear how this Cornhusker made her mark! And how Johnny Carson himself dubbed her, “Leta of Lincoln.”

LETA POWELL DRAKE is an actress, writer, producer, and perhaps best known to Nebraskans as KALAMITY KATE, the television personality from CARTOON CORRAL (1967-1982). She made a name for herself over a 50 year professional broadcasting career.

She moved to Lincoln in 1960 for her post graduate studies, and it was at that time that she began working for KLIN Radio and KOLN-TV. Notably, she produced the 10/11 Morning Show for 25 years, interviewing more than 1,000 movie and TV celebrities, humanitarians, and two presidents, and boasts more than 10,000 television shows hosted and produced during her career.

Notably, she has her pilot’s license, and flew the F-4 jet with the Blue Angels. When the pilot found out she had her pilot’s license, he allowed her to take the controls! She also flew in the All-Women’s Transcontinental Air Race and twice placed in the top ten.

She spent three years writing THE CALAMITIES OF KALAMITY KATE, which looks back and reflects upon her work during the Golden Age of television. Drake is known for her work to help those suffering from muscular dystrophy, and has been awarded numerous honors for her work both on and off of the silver screen.


Click below to play the interview compilation that became a viral sensation!

THE Hollywood Salon with Leta Powell Drake
7:00-9:00PM PST Monday, February 8th

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


Miss the Three Minute SalonFest? View HERE.

We invite you to take a look at the projects of NCCers who shared their work at the SalonFest – from Los Angeles, to Nebraska, to Australia! Be sure to click on the document with hyperlinks that says “READ ME“, since many folks sent us their online content!