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Date Of Birth:
February 09, 1955 (66)
Birth Place:
London, ENGLAND
Bio:
Charles Shaughnessy, born and raised in London, England, came from a show business family. His father was the principal writer and script editor on "Upstairs, Downstairs" and his mother was an actress. He started acting in school plays while in grade school but, after graduating from Eton College, ... (read complete bio)
 
Date of Birth: February 09, 1955 (66)

Birth Place: London, ENGLAND

Bio:
Charles Shaughnessy, born and raised in London, England, came from a show business family. His father was the principal writer and script editor on "Upstairs, Downstairs" and his mother was an actress. He started acting in school plays while in grade school but, after graduating from Eton College, ... (read complete bio)
Cynthia Nixon Joins 'Pink Campaign on Broadway' Benefit 5/4
by Eddie Varley - Apr 28, 2009

Star of stage and screen, Cynthia Nixon, has joined the cast of The Pink Campaign on Broadway - an inspirational Broadway benefit performance filling the stage with original music and theatre that explores the ways in which breast cancer touches people's lives. Other new additions to the evening include actors Will Rogers ('Gossip Girl,' From Up Here) and Charles Shaughnessy (Urinetown, 'The Nanny') and directors Michael Berresse ([title of show]) and Marc Bruni (White Christmas).

Invitation Only Reading Of UNDER MY SKIN Presented On 1/26
by BWW News Desk - Jan 26, 2009

An invitation-only staged reading of the new play UNDER MY SKIN will be presented January 26th at 3 p.m. at Ripley Grier Studios 520 Eighth Avenue 16th Floor, New York, NY. The New York premiere reading of Robert Sternin and Prudence Fraser's outrageous new comedy about 'sex cancer and the health care business' is being produced by Heather Provost ( [title of show], reasons to be pretty, 'Reality Check') after a successful reading in Los Angeles. Best known for their many successes as writer/producers for network television, Sternin and Fraser have written shows for CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX and the WB, producing hundreds of episodes of primetime television. They have also created and developed over a dozen series. Credits include 'Alice,' 'Three's Company,' 'Who's the Boss?' 'The Charmings,' 'Married People,' 'Live-In,' 'The Simple Life,' 'Run of the House,' and 'The Nanny,' which they co-created and executive produced with series star Fran Drescher. Sternin and Fraser recently collaborated with Hall of Fame songwriter Jeff Barry on the stage musical The Girl Who Would Be King, which premiered at the Granada Theater in Santa Barbara and went on to be seen at the Stamford Center for the Arts and Riverside Theater in Vero Beach, Florida.

Invitation Only Reading Of UNDER MY SKIN Presented On 1/26
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jan 16, 2009

An invitation-only staged reading of the new play UNDER MY SKIN will be presented January 26th at 3 p.m. at Ripley Grier Studios 520 Eighth Avenue 16th Floor, New York, NY. The New York premiere reading of Robert Sternin and Prudence Fraser's outrageous new comedy about 'sex cancer and the health care business' is being produced by Heather Provost ( [title of show], reasons to be pretty, 'Reality Check') after a successful reading in Los Angeles. Best known for their many successes as writer/producers for network television, Sternin and Fraser have written shows for CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX and the WB, producing hundreds of episodes of primetime television. They have also created and developed over a dozen series. Credits include 'Alice,' 'Three's Company,' 'Who's the Boss?' 'The Charmings,' 'Married People,' 'Live-In,' 'The Simple Life,' 'Run of the House,' and 'The Nanny,' which they co-created and executive produced with series star Fran Drescher. Sternin and Fraser recently collaborated with Hall of Fame songwriter Jeff Barry on the stage musical The Girl Who Would Be King, which premiered at the Granada Theater in Santa Barbara and went on to be seen at the Stamford Center for the Arts and Riverside Theater in Vero Beach, Florida.

Cusack and Redford Host Special Reading Of 'Don't Blame Me' 10/2
by Faetra Petillo - Sep 24, 2008

West Los Angeles: 'Don't Blame Me, I Voted For Helen Gahagan Douglas' was written by Wendy Kout and Michele Willens and is based Helen Gahagan Douglas' life. 'Don't Blame Me…' follows Helen from an entitled Republican and successful stage actress to an incorruptible liberal congresswoman who stood for education, internationalism, feminism and integration and finally to the 1950 Senate race where Nixon's anti-Communist/ anti-Semitic smear campaign ended her political career.

'Orson's Shadow' is a Gift to the Stage
by James Sims - Jan 21, 2008

With so many larger-than-life figures on stage, and the inevitable egos that follow, there are plenty of laughs to be had as they are each bursting with arrogant overtones and plenty of pent up frustration at their stalled careers. Yet, beyond such comical moments, Orson's Shadow is filled with poignant glimpses at the insecurities and even disturbed mental states of actors and all those involved with theatre...

BC/EFA Broadway Flea Market 2003: Photo Coverage
by Craig Brockman - Sep 21, 2003

Photo coverage of the 2003 BC/EFA Broadway Flea Market

WAKE UP! with BWW - Charles Shaughnessy
by - Jan 1, 2000

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