ACTS OF LOVE, NEW WEBISODE RELATIONSHIP SERIESFOR ANYONE WHO HAS EVER LOVED OR BEEN LOVED,STARTS OFF THE 2012 SEASON OF LOVE
JANUARY 24 2012 –-- If there is anything everyone
in the world has in common, it's the need and desire for a soul mate. Welcome to Acts of Love
, a new scripted webisode series about relationships for anyone who has ever loved – or been loved. If you have ever spent time thinking about the one that got away, the hurt of a breakup or the joy of falling in love, this show will entertain you, make you laugh and speak about the universal language of relationships and the truth behind our mixed emotions.
Now available at http://www.mediablvd.com/magazine/acts-of-love-ep1-chemistry.html
, Acts of Love
will explore romance from all perspectives: men, women, gay, straight, young and old. The series will look at new relationships, old relationships, the joys and perils of dating, marriage, as well as divorce and everything in between. Acts of Love
will address what matters most to us -- searching and keeping our soul mate, and the journey to find them.
The first episode of Acts of Love
is the poignant and funny Chemistry
, directed by Ron Piretti and starring Jay Rivera and Kerri Ford.
Produced by MediaBlvd Productions along with Larelley Productions, Acts of Love
is executive produced by Kenn Gold, Gary Morgenstein and Carlo Fiorletta. The first episode was written by Morgenstein, author of the dating book How to Find a Woman...Or Not
- Ron Piretti has worked on the Broadway and National touring productions of West Side Story, In the Heights, The Miracle Worker with Abigail Breslin and Bengal Tiger at the Bagdad Zoo, starring Robin Williams.
- Kerri Ford is an actress, singer and dancer whose most recent film projects include An Internet World and Waffle, which won several awards and screened at over 27 festivals
- Jay Rivera's film and television credits include The Road Narrows, Boyfriend, The Queen of Greenwich Village, Guiding Light and One Life to Live.
- Gary Morgenstein's plays include A Tomato Can't Grow in the Bronx, Ponzi Man and Mad Mel and the Marradians, and the novels Loving Rabbi Thalia Kleinman, Jesse's Girl, Take Me Out to the Ballgame and The Man Who Wanted to Play Center Field for the New York Yankees.
- Carlo Fiorletta is executive producer of Surviving Family, the upcoming feature film by Larelley Productions, directed by Laura Thies from a screenplay by Mara Lesemann. Fiorletta also starred in the horror short Foreclosed.
- Kenn Gold is executive producer of the The Real Hollywood Story, as well as Editorial Director of mediablvd.com.
For more information contact: Kenn Gold/720-841-6331