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Peters, Goldblum and Ivanek Chat on Breakfast with the Arts, Sept. 18

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Leading lady extraordinaire Bernadette Peters and The Pillowman's Jeff Goldblum and Zeljko Ivanek will take the spotlight on the September 18th edition of A&E's "Breakfast with the Arts." The three stars will be interviewed on the show, which is hosted by Karina Huber and airs from 8 AM to 10 AM (check local listings).

Peters will be on hand to chat about her new CD, 
Sondheim, Etc., Etc.—Bernadette Peters Live at Carnegie Hall (The Rest of It)--as the title implies, it's the follow-up to her popular Sondheim, Etc. disc. Goldblum and Ivanek will discuss their experiences with The Pillowman, the Martin McDonagh thriller that will close on September 18th.

In addition to the three Broadway stars, singer/solid body guitar inventor Les Paul, the hit Tim Burton film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, author Robert James Walker, the new romantic comedy film The Baxter, and the all-female band Antigone Rising, and the NYC Dream Yard Project will be profiled on the eclectic arts show.

A two-time Tony-winner for Song and Dance and Annie Get Your Gun, Peters has received Tony nominations for her performances in the 1972 revival of On the Town, Mack and Mabel, Sunday in the Park with George, The Goodbye Girl and the 2003 revival of Gypsy. She also originated the role of the Witch in Into the Woods, and has appeared in such films as Slaves of New York, Alice, The Jerk and It Runs in the Family.

Goldblum received a Drama Desk Award nomination for his performance in The Pillowman. His previous Broadway credits include The Moony Shapiro Songbook and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Best-known as a film star, he has appeared on screen in The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, Igby Goes Down, Jurassic Park I and II, Independence Day, The Right Stuff, The Big Chill, The Fly, Next Stop, Greenwich Village and others. Ivanek has appeared on Broadway in The Glass Menagerie, Loot, The Survivor, Two Shakespearean Actors and Brighton Beach Memoirs; he received Tony nominations for the latter two.

For more information on Breakfast with the Arts, visit www.aetv.com.

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