THE ON-GOING CAREER OF MARY KAY PLACE
(Starts at 7:45)
Mary Kay Place is one of those actors who's been in so many TV shows and movies that, if you saw her on the street, you might think you knew her. Her first TV roles were in "All in the Family" and "M*A*S*H." In 1977, she won an Emmy for her role as Loretta Haggers in "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," and in 2010 she was nominated for an Emmy for playing Adaleen Grant on "Big Love." She's also directed been in more than 50 films, including "Being John Malkovich" and "The Big Chill," but her new film, "Diane," is her first leading role. First-time director Kent Jones wrote the film — about a woman who's devoted her life to taking care of others, including her drug-addicted son — with Place specifically in mind. The actress spoke with The Frame host John Horn about "Diane" and about how she got her start in Hollywood — writing for shows like "M*A*S*H" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show."
THE FRONTWOMAN OF CHERRY GLAZERR WANTS WHAT MEN HAVE
(Starts at 18:45)
Clementine Creevy fronts the L.A.-based band, Cherry Glazerr. In this feature, produced by musician Allison Wolfe, Creevy reflects on how she's grown up in public with the band, which she founded at age 15 and why she so often writes about gender roles and power dynamics.
CINEMACON IS ON
(Starts at :45)
The annual convention of movie theaters known as CinemaCon is underway in Las Vegas and The Frame's John Horn is there. This Spring event is meant to be a pep rally for the movie industry where Hollywood studios trot out big stars. But with the rise of streaming platforms incentivizing audiences to stay home, what is the future of the multiplex? Horn talks with guest host Steven Cuevas.