Keeping up with the Guiding Light Alumni

This blog will now aim to keep you up-to-date on what is going on with the former GL cast members as they explore new horizons. Many of the stars you loved are involved in new projects, some in the genre, some on stage, while others have ventured on to something completely different! This blog is written and maintained by Tracey and Mike. If you have information you wish to submit for publication please contact one of us and we will consider your request!

Monday, August 16, 2010

Recent News

Kim Zimmer will be appearing in the pay Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods:

By Tammy Ryan
Returning to Premiere Stages by popular demand as a full production!
Co-produced with Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey, in partnership with the
Kean University Human Rights Institute
September 2 through 19
Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m.
Zella Fry Theatre
$25 Standard • $20 Senior • $15 Student
An optimistic “Lost Boy” from Sudan meets a suburban mother in desperate need of adventure. What begins as an unlikely friendship soon becomes an unbreakable bond that leads them toward a better understanding of their place in the world.

Tina Sloan 
Tina Sloan's book Changing Shoes will hit bookstores on September 16th. She is also taking her stage production if the same name into several cities including New York (sold out), Pittsburgh and Cincinnati.

Ron Raines
Ron Raines will be busy this September and October appearing on stage in Florida and North Carolina. For information visit his official home page

Ron also invites you to view his Featured video section and to share your comments. He loves to hear what you have to say!

The So Long Springfield Cruise 
Fans and cast members spend four days and five nights aboard the Carnival Ship Glory for the So Long Springfield at Sea event, the final Guiding Light only event to be held by CEG. During one of the meet and greet sessions fans asked about getting GL back on the air. The actors all agree that that is NOT going to happen. They cited the fact that Proctor and Gamble has no interest in selling the rights to the 72 year old icon that went dark on September 18, 2009. GL's sister show ATWT will go dark this September.

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