A Place Called Sacramento: Film “Parkway” & California Stage “Love Isadora”


A Place Called Sacramento: Film “Parkway” & California Stage “Love Isadora”

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This week is another installment of “Meet the 2014 PCS Filmmakers” on LiveWire on Access Sacramento. Each week we are introducing you to one of the ten winners of the Place Called Sacramento Scriptwriter turned Producers. This week features Filmmaker, David M. Schwartz who wrote and Produced “Parkway”. The film takes on a story that faces many people around us who are homeless. There are struggles and challenges each day for people who are on the street all day and sometimes they come together to defeat the odds. Join us on LiveWire! on to learn more about what inspired the filmmaker and get a sneak peek at a clip of the film.

To learn more about “Parkway” by David M. Schwartz  you can visit the Access Sacramento website at www.AccessSacramento.org PCS 2014 page.


We’ll also get a visit from California Stage play, Rick Foster’s “Love Isadora” directed by Janis Stevens and starring Lori Russo as Isadora Duncan, the mother of Modern Dance. The show brings Isadora’s life experiences and passions to the stage in an inspiring light. This play is one you won’t want to miss. Watch LiveWire! to learn more.

For information about “Love Isadora” log on to www.CalStage.org

Tune in to LiveWire! on Access Sacramento channel 17 at 5pm on Wednesday, September 3rd at 5pm. You can also watch the simulcast online at 5pm at www.AccessSacramento.org and click ‘watch 17.’ The episode will re-air the following Thursday at 7:30pm.


  1. April..."Annie" from "parkway" film...
    Sep 06, 2014 @ 09:54:33

    How can I view the live wire episode aired last Wednesday august 3, 2014? Is it available on a disk of utube? Thank you, April Lind


    • Gary Martin
      Sep 06, 2014 @ 16:16:40

      The show will be on Comcast Get Local soon, but call the main office and talk with producer Michelle Barbaria to see if the episode can be loaded into our YouTube channel. Good luck.


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