Janette Lane Bradbury was abused by her mother. Her mother would beat her with a horsewhip, a riding crop or whatever she found handy. Lane escaped her abuse by being a dancer. She lived to be in acting class, lived to be in dance class. Lane ultimately grew up to be the youngest member ever of The Actors Studio in New York. She was in the original casts of "Gypsy" and "Night of the Iguana" on Broadway originating the roles of Dainty June and Charlotte Goodall. When Lane had her first child, she picked up her baby and screamed at her. At this point, Lane realized that abuse was a self-perpetuating cycle and she had to stop it. Lane wants to bring others the opportunity to experience what she felt "saved her." So workshops in various aspects of filmmaking including: dance, drama, camera, horseback riding, costumes and makeup were offered to abused women, at-risk teens and others that were physically or mentally challenged. The participants were given the opportunity to use their ...
8 October 2010 (USA)
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