TV: That's Kentertainment — All About Kiki & Herb!

By: Sep. 06, 2006
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This week on "That's Kentertainment!" we bring you the "Kenstory" of Kiki & Herb...that is, the history of the relationship between Kiki & Herb and That's Kentertainment!.  We begin the tale with the "musical duosome's" first appearance on "That's Kentertainment!" during the run of their successful Off-Broadway show "Kiki & Herb: Coup de Theatre" and take you through their subsequent "deaths" (during the "Kiki & Herb Will Die For You" CD recording stage) and ressurrections, trips to London, side projects (like "Kenny Mellman Is Grace Jones") and lots of never-seen-before interviews bits and show clips.  The show culminates with the current, critically praised, limited run Broadway show "Kiki & Herb: Alive on Broadway (We Has Risen!)".  Don't miss this bit of Kiki & Herb/That's Kentertainment! history on an all new "That's Kentertainment!"

THAT'S KENTERTAINMENT!," recently mentioned in the newly published "Official Celebrity Handbook", is a variety/talk show which features celebrities from around the world. The show had the distinction of being the first in the world to snag an interview with Liza Minnelli post-David Gest. Recently featured in the NEW YORK TIMES, NEXT, UK's REFRESH MAGAZINE, the CHICAGO TRIBUNE, deemed "Hysterical!" by Liz Smith, and seen on ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and Ireland's FAME GAME, THAT'S KENTERTAINMENT! was also ranked as one of HX Magazine's "101 Reasons to Love New York". Host Ken Kleiber has also been a guest on several radio programs, including SIRIUS RADIO's "Frank DeCaro Show". In addition to being a performer (most recently seen in the NYC Fringe Festival hit "The Cosmic Calamities of Henry Noodle") and a member of the OuterCritics Circle, Ken is the Chief Theatre Writer for "" magazine. Recent segments have included Hugh Jackman, Antonio Banderas, Cyndi Lauper, Woody Allen,Robin Williams, Bebe Neuwirth, Carol Channing, Boy George, Julie Andrews, Christina Ricci, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christopher Guest, Kristin Chenoweth, Jason Biggs, Deborah Gibson, Charo, Elijah Wood, Rosie O'Donnell and the casts of many Broadway and Off-Broadway Shows, plus films, including "SAY ANYTHING", "A MIGHTY WIND" and "SHREK 2".

THAT'S KENTERTAINMENT! airs Thursdays at Midnight on Channels 34 or 110. For more information, visit