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Creede: Il teatro riceve una donazione da Johnny Depp / Lemonade earns Depp donation for CRT

Creede: Tre giovani sostenitori del Creede Repertory Theatre (CRT), hanno deciso di offrire gratuitamente limonate col desiderio di aiutare, tramite donazioni, il teatro locale.

Mary Beltran, 12 anni, dice  “volevo incontrare Johnny Depp e anche aiutare la comunità”, insieme a Ryan, 13 anni e Matt Wilcock, 16 anni, sono stati in grado di fare entrambe le cose. Hanno allestito un chiosco di limonate con l’aiuto delle madri Ann Beltran e  Beverly Wilcocks e il  residente di South Fork Sharon Thompson In tutto hanno raccolto $500 da donare al teatro.

Il chiosco è stato posto davanti al Mountain Man Rafting, e molte persone si sono fermate per un drink e donare. I tre ragazzi sono andati al teatro per anni ed erano contentissimi di poter aiutare.

Il 22 giugno, i tre hanno ottenuto l’attenzione di Johnny Depp, firmando loro autografi e quindi incontrandoli. Mary si è dimostrata la più contenta, in quanto aveva visto moltissimi film di Depp. Ryan ha ricordato a Depp dell’iniziativa della limonata e quest’ultimo ha affermato che avrebbe sicuramente fatto una donazione. Il giorno successivo, ultimo giorno di riprese di “The Lone Ranger”, lascia la città di Creede. Il gruppetto è andato a teatro e ha depositato i soldi ricavati dall’iniziativa della limonata. Il 9 luglio il teatro ha ricevuto da parte di Depp, una donazione superiore al doppio del ricavato ottenuto dai ragazzi.

La madre Ann dice di Depp “Ha un cuore gentile ed è un grande esempio per tutti con la sua generosità”

ENG: CREEDE – Three young Creede Repertory Theatre (CRT) supporters turned free lemonade and a desire to help into a large donation for the local theatre and an experience none of them will soon forget.

Mary Beltran, 12, says that she originally “kind of wanted to meet Johnny Depp and also to help out in the community,” along with Ryan, 13 and Matt Wilcocks, 16 they were able to do both. They came up with the idea of a lemonade stand with South Fork resident Sharon Thompson and with the help of their mothers Ann Beltran and Beverly Wilcocks were able to collect around $500 to donate to the theatre.

The lemonade stand was set up in front of Mountain Man Rafting in Creede, and many people stopped to enjoy a drink and donate to the education program. It was hard for the group to keep up with demand at times. Mary, Ryan and Matt—the Lemonade Gang— have been going to the theatre for years and were excited to raise money for those programs. Ann said that it was “fun to make people smile.”

On Thursday, June 22, the group got the attention of Johnny Depp who drove by the stand and rolled his window down in full “Lone Ranger” dress and waved at them. The next day when Depp went to the town hall to sign autographs Mary, Ryan and Matt were there in line to meet him. Mary said that she has seen many of Depp’s movies and she was very excited to meet him. Once they had gotten their autographs, Ryan asked if he remembered them from the lemonade stand and they explained their cause.

After listening to their story Depp said that he would match their donation to the theatre. Friday, June 23, was the last day of filming for “The Lone Ranger,” and Depp left town that day as well. Mary, Ryan and Matt went to the theatre and their donation was accepted by CRT Business Manager Elizabeth Zurn. On July 9 the theatre received a donation from Depp for more than double the amount raised by the lemonade stand.

Ann said that Depp “has a kind heart and is a great example to everyone with his generosity and follow through of his word.” As a thank you for their generosity and hard work, the CRT will be sending Mary, Ryan and Matt each a gift certificate for the summer education programs.

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Johnny Depp incontra una donna molto creativa a Creed, racconto molto simpatico | Andrea Foshea: My experience meeting Johnny Depp

ITA: Per la maggior parte dei miei amici e della mia famiglia, io sono semplicemente una normale donna di una certa età. Eppure a Creed, poche settimane fa il mio mondo si è trasformato in qualcosa di divertente, emozionante e con un pizzico di celebrità..ho incontrato Johnny Depp..Si ricorderà di me? forse..d’altronde, quale altro uomo o donna era lì completamente truccata con un corvo sulla testa? Se non altro, sono una persona avventurosa. Quando abbiamo pianificato di essere a Creed nel mese di giugno, ho detto ad amici del remake di The Lone Ranger, e avevo detto loro che dubitavo il fatto che avemmo incontrato delle star del film. Un pensiero ha cominciato a venirmi in mente, e attraverso la mia inventiva, ho reso omaggio alle riprese che si svolgevano a Creede. Avemdo visto le foto del personaggio di Depp, ovvero “Tonto”, mi sono fatta un idea del costume che aveva. Così, ho creato un costume con le mie stesse mani, di panno nero, l’ho chiamato “Crow Hag”, aveva un corvo sulla testa. Ho cucito tutto a mano e dipinto il becco del corvo con un acquerello pastello. Ho usato un cappello rimodellato, sciarpe, nastri indiani, perline, gioielli indiani ed una piuma ovviamente per completare il tutto (E la piuma l’ho trovata per caso, è volata ai miei piedi il poco prima di finire il costume. Era un segno). Mio marito ha colorato la maglia, stretta alla vita da una cintura. Ho dipinto il mio viso, poichè era fondamentale per il guerriero. Ho cercato a lungo l’ossido di zinco per il pallore del viso, ma invano. Alla fine ho optato per Caladryl e cipia. Le strisce nere invece erano fatte con ombretto e eyeliner. Guardandomi allo specchio il mio sangue indiano si è mostrato. Ero un pò ansiosa, ho pregato per poter far divertire gli altri e strappar loro un sorriso. Camminando per le vetrine di Creed con l’amica Jennifer Hammer, ho capito cosa significa entrare nel personaggio. Facevo fatica a riconoscermi. Chi mi vedeva mi fissava, si chiedeva sicuramente se facevo parte di un film. Dopo una foto e una chiacchierata al cancello di sicurezza Disney, abbiamo incontrato varie persone, tra cui Jerry, un assistente di Johnny e mi ha chiesto dettagli riguardo il mio costume e trucco. Ho fatto una foto anche con lui. Mi chiese anche se mi sarebbe piaciuto incontrare qualche attore. Io feci un cenno affermativo e mi disse che mi avrebbero chiamato per comunicarmi giorno e ora. Più tardi lo stesso giorno, Sandy Kroll mi ha chiamata e quella sera dopo una lunga attesa ho incontrato Johnny Depp. Mi ha sorriso, ha espresso approvazione per mio costume. Gli chiesi di autografarmi la camicia e lui gentilmente scrisse “Ad Andrea, tutto il meglio, Johnny Depp”. Grazie Johnny Depp, Jerry Judge, Michael Singer, Darrel, Will Harper, Sheriff Fred Hosselkus e tutti gli altri che mi hanno reso possibile partecipare a questa magia. Chi avrebbe mai pensato che una donna che è moglie, madre, nonna, che ama dipingere, e ha un idea così, avrebbe avuto una simile esperienza? Chi avrebbe pensato che una donna normalissima avrebbe ottenuto tanta attenzione e avrebbe incontrato Johnny Depp?

 

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ENG: CREEDE—To others, and most in my circle of family and friends, I am a mild-mannered woman of a certain age. Yet in Creede [a few] weeks ago, my world was transformed into fun, excitement, and a tiny bit of celebrity—I met Johnny Depp. Will he remember me? Perhaps; what other man or woman was there in full make-up with a crow mounted on their head? If nothing else, I am adventuresome. And bold…
When we planned to be in Creede during June, I told friends about the movie remake of “The Lone Ranger” scheduled there and said I doubted we would have encounters of the movie star kind. But a thought began to grow that, somehow, through my own inventiveness, I could feel a part somehow, and pay tribute to the filming taking place in my most special place, Creede.
Having seen photos of Johnny Depp’s character, “Tonto,” I had a vague idea of what his costuming consisted of. As well, I was somewhat familiar with Kirby Sattler’s painting, “I Am Crow”, which I understood was the basis for the costume. So, a trip to Alamosa to buy some black cloth sent me on my way to creating my own costume, which I called, “Crow Hag.” I cut the cloth freehand in the shape of a crow; hand stitched it, sewed on painted eyes, and colored the beak with watercolor crayon. A refashioned hat crown, some scarves, some Indian ribbon, yarn plaits, beads, Indian jewelry, and a feather completed the ensemble. (The feather was a motivator. I could not find the right feather, and the day before I began the crow, the wind blew a hawk’s feather to my feet and it lay there. It was a sign.)
My husband’s rust colored fishing shirt, belted at the waist, served as the finishing touch. The painted face was an integral component of the warrior. I looked and looked for plain zinc oxide to provide the white face covering, but finally had to settle for a coat of Caladryl, with a finishing of light face powder. The black stripes were easy enough with black eyeliner pencil and black eye shadow. I looked into the mirror and there was “Crow Hag.” My Indian heritage had come to life in front of me. Feeling a little anxious, I whispered a prayer to simply have fun and make others smile.
Walking along the storefronts in Creede with my friend and fellow artist, Jennifer Hammer, I became aware of what it felt like to be “in character.” Friends who have known me for years, failed to recognize that it was me, Andrea. Strangers stared and either said words of encouragement or completely stopped stock-still, wondering, I’m sure, if perhaps I was indeed part of the movie crowd. After a photo and chat at the Disney security gate, we made our way to Sheriff Fred [Hosselkus’s] office and caused a little stir. More photos and then a nice man with a British accent asked about my make-up and costume. He said he was “Jerry”, an assistant of “Johnny’s,” and would I like to meet the actor? Someone in the room said, “This is where you do this…” and demonstrated an affirmative nod. So I nodded yes and took pictures with my new friend, Jerry Judge.
I was told I would get a call as to place and time, and thought, “well, just maybe,” but was doubtful.
Later that day, Sandy Kroll indeed called me and, as I hung up, I was remembering where my simple prayer of having fun and making people smile had taken me that day.
That evening, after a very long wait with many other fans, I did get to meet Johnny Depp. He smiled, expressed approval and a small amount of amazement at my efforts to pay homage to his character and the movie. I asked him to sign the back of my shirt, which he did with grace and care; “To Andrea, All My Best, Johnny Depp.” My husband says he’ll buy a new fishing shirt…..the autographed one hangs in my closet with the hawk feather and ribbon plaits.
Thank you, Johnny Depp, Jerry Judge, Michael Singer, Darrell (who helped move things along that Friday night), Will Harper (an amazing stunt man with an even more amazing life story), Sheriff Fred Hosselkus, and all the others who allowed me to get a glimpse and feel a miniscule part of movie magic.
Who would have thought a woman who is a wife, mother, grandmother, who loves to paint, and moves on an idea when the wind carries a hawk feather to her feet, would have such an experience? Who would have thought that a woman, who normally gets noticed little, would now have the rapt attention of the younger set with the mere mention that she met Johnny Depp in Creede on a clear, crisp Friday evening?
Firmly nodding my head in the affirmative—that would be me.
Editor’s Note: Andrea Foshea is a full-time resident of Glen Rose, Texas who has been vacationing in Creede for the past 12 years. It is her “happy place.”

 

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Johnny Depp e Ralph Steadman New Pics

Grazie alla Pagina Facebook di Ralph Steadman sono arrivate 4 nuove foto di Johnny Depp insieme all’artista, protagonista di For No Good Reason.

Relaxing at lunch with friends. (Rilassamento e Pranzo con gli amici)
 — con Ralph Steadman e Johnny Depp a Maidstone.

 

 

 

Going through drawings that could be included in filming. (Passando attraverso i disegni che potrebbero essere inseriti nerlle riprese) — con Johnny Depp e Ralph Steadman a Maidstone.

 

 

 

 

Reading the Human Rights booklet Ralph released a while back.  (Leggendo un libro di Ralph Steadman sui Diritti Umani, da lui stesso pubblicato) — con Ralph Steadman e Johnny Depp a Maidstone.

 

 

 

 

Filming with Ralph drawing. (Le riprese con i disegni di Ralph) — con Johnny Depp e Ralph Steadman a Maidstone.

 

 

 

 

 

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