Cheryl was the drama coach for an episode of TLC's hit show "Faking It".
Sunday, 6/20/2004 at 10 p.m. "Simple Life to Social Life" .
Since aired twice on "Oprah".
Cheryl served as an expert consultant for Women's Wear Daily magazine on the topic of Body Language. Click here to see that two-page spread.
Last of a Kind
by Amanda Raine
starring Cheryl King
by Murray Williams
starring Cheryl KIng
& Hans Hoffman
Cheryl's essay on the creation of solo shows was published in
Click here to read that article
Cheryl was interviewed by Liz Berntson, and the results of that interview open the chapter called Getting Space. ACT NY 2005 is a compendium of information, all immensely useful to actors and solo show performers in the NY area. For more info, visit www.actorscraft.com
Cheryl and her work as artistic director of the NY Solo Play Lab are featured in ACT New York 2005, by Larry Silverberg.
The material, "another way to approach autobiographical material" is on pages 33 and 34. For more information on Glenn and his book, visit www.glennalterman.com
Cheryl contributed two pages to the just-released second edition of Glenn Alterman's book
"Creating Your Own Monologue."
Cheryl contributed an article on Body Language and Burlesque, her innovative body language workshop, to SelfGrowth.com.
Click here to read that article.
Cheryl was the acting coach for the Emmy-award winning All My Children, on ABC, from 2007-2010.
Cheryl's blog "Page to Stage" has nearly 1000 followers. It addresses every aspect of getting a show from initial idea to full production.
Cheryl appeared as the first guest on blog talk radio's "Meaning In Madness on Feb 26, 2014. Listen here www.blogtalkradio.com/MeaningInMadness