Linda Ann Watt

Linda Ann Watt is a member of SAG, AFTRA and AEA and owns Corlin Productions, a union franchised production house. Through Corlin Productions, Watt has written and directed film, television, documentaries, commercials and educational programs with celebrity guests including Betty White, Nell Carter, Dom DeLuise, Aaron Neville, Tippi Hedren and Sid Caesar. Watt teaches two acting & scene study classes at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center—the Master Class using "Method" techniques and the Workshop Advanced for working actors, directors and writers. Watt has been a recipient of a Grass Roots Arts Project (GAP) Grant 2008-2012, awarded through the Union County Community Arts Council (UCCAC) and the North Carolina Arts Council for an Enrichment Arts Program teaching acting and filmmaking & editing to youth, coordinated though Union County Public School (UCPS). Watt produces lectures featuring entertainment industry and celebrity guests for the Charlotte community. As a past executive board member of Women In Film in Los Angeles, Watt chaired and produced the Academy Awards© Viewing Party four consecutive years, which became an annual top Hollywood event. Watt has appeared in movies, television stage and national commercials. Watt is presently in post-production with her children’s series for Funny Productions, a division of Corlin Productions and she has been asked to direct a feature film "Thirty Day Promise" in late summer. For more information: www.corlinproductions.com
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BWW Interviews: BRANDON CURRY, a Charlotte Native Talks GHOST THE MUSICALBWW Interviews: BRANDON CURRY, a Charlotte Native Talks GHOST THE MUSICAL
Posted: Mar. 22, 2014


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BWW Interviews: Liam Mower in Matthew Bourne's SLEEPING BEAUTYBWW Interviews: Liam Mower in Matthew Bourne's SLEEPING BEAUTY
Posted: Oct. 31, 2013


BWW Reviews: I LOVE LUCY: LIVE ON STAGEBWW Reviews: I LOVE LUCY: LIVE ON STAGE
Posted: Aug. 12, 2013


BWW Reviews: The BLUMEY AWARDS, Recognizing Excellence in High School TheaterBWW Reviews: The BLUMEY AWARDS, Recognizing Excellence in High School Theater
Posted: May. 28, 2013


BWW Interviews: Mason Ames Talks TRACESBWW Interviews: Mason Ames Talks TRACES
Posted: Apr. 27, 2013


BWW Interview: Dominique Scott Talks ROCK OF AGESBWW Interview: Dominique Scott Talks ROCK OF AGES
Posted: Jan. 11, 2014


BWW Interviews: David Benken, Technical Director for THE LION KINGBWW Interviews: David Benken, Technical Director for THE LION KING
Posted: Aug. 3, 2013


BWW Interviews: BRIAN TAVENER, North Carolina Native Talks BLUE MAN GROUPBWW Interviews: BRIAN TAVENER, North Carolina Native Talks BLUE MAN GROUP
April 16, 2014

The Blue Man character is relevant at all times. There is a primal instinct, celebrating life and interacting with neighbors. It's a great show for all ages!
BWW Interviews: BRANDON CURRY, a Charlotte Native Talks GHOST THE MUSICALBWW Interviews: BRANDON CURRY, a Charlotte Native Talks GHOST THE MUSICAL
March 22, 2014

I woke up to this text from Camille. No, it's not meant to expose her (and I won't tag you hun), BUT, this brings up a topic that's been on my mind a lot lately. Are our kids overscheduled, who or what is to blame, and what/can we/should we DO something about it? Note the time of this text (2:53AM). A full day of school (all Honors classes), straight to school musical rehearsal (Hairspray), straight to a performance (Freckleface), then finally home to work literally ALL night on a school project due by 12pm the next day. Now. I partially blame myself (I've exposed my kids to everything and I'm not a good example of relaxing), I partially blame the teachers (for piling on too much all at once), I partially blame society (for making kids feel like that they have to do EVERYTHING), and I partially blame my kid for WANTING to take on everything (plus probably poor time management). All I know is this is unhealthy and I don't like it. I know we're at the end of the school year, so it's extra stressful, BUT kids at this age should NOT have to pull all-nighters. PARENTS: What have you noticed?
BWW Interviews: CORY THE CLOWN a.k.a. Cory Riback Talks FUN WITH STEM
February 24, 2014

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
BWW Interviews: SEAN MacLAUGHLIN Talks EVITABWW Interviews: SEAN MacLAUGHLIN Talks EVITA
February 21, 2014

This production of EVITA is the most beautiful,... visually stunning. The re-conception of the orchestrations are wonderful. Audiences will really enjoy EVITA.
BWW Interview: Dominique Scott Talks ROCK OF AGESBWW Interview: Dominique Scott Talks ROCK OF AGES
January 11, 2014

Dominique Scott who plays Drew in ROCK OF AGES was all business about music and performing when I spoke to him imid-morning.
BroadwayWorld Charlotte Top Holiday Picks for 2013BroadwayWorld Charlotte Top Holiday Picks for 2013
December 16, 2013

CHRIS ISAAK HOLIDAY SHOW, December 16, 2013, Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts. Take a moment from the holiday rush to enjoy the music of Chris Isaak. A music sensation, his sultry voice dominated charts in the 1980s and 90s with songs interwoven into our culture including 'Wicked Game' and 'Baby Did a Bad, Bad Thing.' Isaak was nominated for 2 Grammy awards. He will entertain with his greatest hits and include Yule favorites in his own style!
Cory the Clown to Appear in Novant Health Thanksgiving Day Parade!
November 16, 2013

Cory the Clown, star of FUN WITH STEM, will be on his horse-drawn cartoon wagon with his friend, Darrel the Barrel, at Charlotte's NOVANT HEALTH THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE.
BWW Interviews: Sue Massek in PRECIOUS MEMORIESBWW Interviews: Sue Massek in PRECIOUS MEMORIES
November 10, 2013

PRECIOUS MEMORIES, A new musical starring Sue Massek of the legendary Reel World String Band is coming to the Evening Muse on Sunday, November 17, at 7:00PM, located at 3227 North Davidson Street (NODA) in Charlotte. Tickets on sale at www.EveningMuse.com
BWW Interviews: Liam Mower in Matthew Bourne's SLEEPING BEAUTYBWW Interviews: Liam Mower in Matthew Bourne's SLEEPING BEAUTY
October 31, 2013

Liam Mower on tour with Matthew Bourne's SLEEPING BEAUTY.
BWW Reviews: I LOVE LUCY: LIVE ON STAGEBWW Reviews: I LOVE LUCY: LIVE ON STAGE
August 12, 2013

For the I LOVE LUCY enthusiast, this show will entertain.
BWW Interviews: David Benken, Technical Director for THE LION KINGBWW Interviews: David Benken, Technical Director for THE LION KING
August 3, 2013

David Benken, whose talent is amazing, has a long list of credits as Technical Director on Broadway.
Summer Stages: BWW's Top Summer Picks in Charlotte!Summer Stages: BWW's Top Summer Picks in Charlotte!
June 14, 2013

Summer is around the corner. While enjoying those sultry nights, here is an eclectic mix of theater choices..
BWW Reviews: The BLUMEY AWARDS, Recognizing Excellence in High School TheaterBWW Reviews: The BLUMEY AWARDS, Recognizing Excellence in High School Theater
May 28, 2013

The Blumey Awards was created to honor outstanding student achievement in musical theater in Charlotte.
BWW Interviews: Alex Morf of WAR HORSE National TourBWW Interviews: Alex Morf of WAR HORSE National Tour
May 24, 2013

The horses are so real I forget that they're puppets.
BWW Interviews: Mason Ames Talks TRACESBWW Interviews: Mason Ames Talks TRACES
April 27, 2013

MASON AMES is a porteur (the bottom of an acrobatic partnership). He has been performing with TRACES for three years. When I caught up with him in Los Angeles, there was definitely a three-hour time difference. Mason was yawning and just getting his morning in gear.
Can Film Production Leave Charlotte? You Bet it Can!Can Film Production Leave Charlotte? You Bet it Can!
April 21, 2013

If Representatives Luebke, Catlin, Millis and Stam succeed with legislation revising the North Carolina 25% film tax credit and making their proposed bill retroactive to January 2013, production companies will feel like the rug was pulled from under them and will not trust doing business in North Carolina.
BWW Interviews: Brian Culbertson Appearing at THE 4TH ANNUAL UPTOWN CHARLOTTE JAZZ FESTBWW Interviews: Brian Culbertson Appearing at THE 4TH ANNUAL UPTOWN CHARLOTTE JAZZ FEST
March 28, 2013

The 4th Annual Uptown Charlotte Jazz Fest, Friday and Saturday, June 21 & 22, featuring Jazz/R&B musician and instrumentalist, Brian Culbertson at the Time Warner Cable Arena.
You Say You Want to be On-Stage! - Stand-up, Improv and Acting Classes in ClarlotteYou Say You Want to be On-Stage! - Stand-up, Improv and Acting Classes in Clarlotte
March 14, 2013

If you've made the decision to give performing a try, Charlotte has great classes for whatever your passion; stand-up, improvisation or acting.
BWW Interviews: Alyssa DiPalma in AMERICAN IDIOTBWW Interviews: Alyssa DiPalma in AMERICAN IDIOT
March 2, 2013

Alyssa DiPalma in AMERICAN IDIOT at Blumenthal Performing Arts, Belk Theater. Be prepared to hear great music and have a good time.
BWW Interviews: Adesola Osakalumi Starring in FELA!BWW Interviews: Adesola Osakalumi Starring in FELA!
February 13, 2013

Serendipity or divine will brought Adesola Osakalumi to the role of Fela. Adesola's father owned a record label and a record store in the Bronx. Fela Kuti, the Nigerian multi-instrumental musician and human rights activist would come into the store. As a child, Adesola met him two times, observing the soul of the man. Now as an adult, Adesola is unfolding Fela's music, beliefs and life story.


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