We're only heading into June and these NBC Live Events begin rehearsals in the Fall so I think NBC will go ahead and announce a replacement very soon. At least they have a year to prep for BYE BYE BIRDIE: LIVE!.
I loved OVER HERE! I was 9 years old when it opened and I saw it 3 times. My dad loved swing and big band music so that explains that. The set design was fantastic. There were 3 levels each with a treadmill which were incorporated in the staging cleverly. I remember a sequence with swimming beauties so it looked as if they were swimming. John Travolta's solo "Dream Drumming" was a fabulous and crazy showcase and I remembered him so it wa
Super excited for this as David Yazbek is involved. Hit or miss are the shows he's work on but one thing always stands out - his music.
TOOSIE is one of my Top 5 favorite films of all time and I STILL listen to the original motion picture soundtrack regularly as well as watch the Criterion Collection Blu-ray disc of the film at least once a month. I hope AND expect they keep the timeframe of the film in the early 80s and evoke that era and pastiche to death the s
With all due respect to the mother, she is more than aware how her child responds to things and behaves in public. It is her negligence to have chosen to take her autistic child to a theatrical production where they would be sitting amongst hundreds of people, in a dark auditorium and with live music. It not only is rude but quite ignorant to expect people to ignore the situation due to the child's handicap. She is an idiot for taking her child. Peri
Loved the segment when Glenn showed/displayed the replicas of bracelets once belonging to Gloria Swanson, Marlene Dietrich and Paulette Goddard. Gorgeous replicas and definitely part of Miss Close's personal collection as it's well known that she has it stipulated in all her contracts that she gets to keep all of her costumes and accessories.