Gratitude Lifts its Voice From The Depth

Cara Salmeri dropped by the Studio to say hello.  She is in town with several projects ready to sell.

WATCH OUT FOR:

  • The Westerner: (Scripted Drama)
  • Street Games: There’s a World of Fun Out There (Children’s Travel Doc-Series)
  • Jeepney Journey: Destination Unknown (Travel Doc-Series)
  • Pale County Limits (Feature Film)

The Susan Batson Studio sends out a huge hug full of pride and thanks for Cara’s contribution to the Studio and her continuum of generosity to the actors at the Studio, past and present. Congratulations Cara!

Also congratulations goes to Eric Colton for booking a guest spot on Oxygen’s series My Crazy Love,

Eric Colton

and to Chloe Xhauflaire for booking a commercial.

Cleo x

I know that I do not have to write about gratitude.  But let me share this story with you: I was walking across DeKalb Avenue in Brooklyn with Spike Lee.  From everywhere people reached out to him with such joy and pride, to simply say hello.  The love and appreciation filled the air. I said, “It feels good, uh?” Spike said, “I stay in a state of grace.  Even now walking down the street with you, I’m giving thanks for being with you.”  Thanks resounded throughout Brooklyn that day, because I certainly gave thanks for being with Spike Lee.

Your challenge of being an actor has many difficulties—so when good comes as small as a blade of grass or as grand as an Oscar, gratitude lifts its voice from the depth of us.

Always in the Art!

Susan Batson

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