Since we have been thinking about something to contribute to that has some meaning, APSS might want to buy a chair as a donation to The York, a theater company that keeps musical theater alive. Marvelous, mischievous Marilyn Maye will be strutting her stuff at The Palace Theater in Stamford, CELEBRATE WITH US April 7th in NYC Don't Tell Mama Presents... Directed by the incredible Helen Baldasarre with great musical direction by Matthew Martin Ward. - Sue Matsuki In “What Do You Do All Day”, Wendy Scherl shares anecdotes and song about the numerous hats she wears every single day as a wife, a mother of two boys and two dogs, a short order cook, a daughter, a house manager, a chauffeur and Cabaret Singer!Wendy is an amazing vocalist with a rangy and rich sound. Her show is both touching and real, theatrical and funny! So reserve today and be a part of his star studded audience!We usually had at least one traveling artist living in the house, you never really knew who you’d meet at breakfast. My career has been more of a journeyman actor’s career rather than one big break. Your question points to a bigger question about the cost of theatre tickets in general. A chorus of curses rang out from them collectively to the rude cabbie. Since I closed my studios in 2010, and having the privilege and honor of working with Legendary Comedian, Pat Cooper until his retirement in 2015, and the passing of Joe Franklin, (I booked, produced, recorded and edited Joe's radio shows for over 25 years), I am at a time of rebirth in my life.Its a pity the business model has made it such that the prices need to be as high as they are. It was a glorious moment and the woman was, I hope, comforted by the gallant gents who without a moment’s hesitation came to her rescue. Please join us tomorrow night at The night at The Metropolitan Room. Today, I also celebrate Steve Garrin who had a birthday yesterday. WPAT Radio - Reviewer Music, Theater, Film, Music, Cabaret and Arts. Not "Born Again", (I was born right the first time), but a period of "reinvention".
People can "buy" a chair and have a plaque put on it with their name.We had artists coming for dinner on a regular basis, sometimes staying with us.We had visits from Helen Hayes, Henry Mancini, Harold Clurman…Tennessee Williams lived with us for a short while. We had so much fun doing all this; it was the family glue.Purl has starred in numerous plays and musicals on Broadway as well as in regional theatres across America.
Concert venues have included Jazz at Lincoln Center, Feinstein’s, NYC; Naples Philharmonic; Satin Doll, Tokyo, Japan. Solo albums are Alone Together, Out of this World—Live and Midnight Caravan. I'm a Yankee…born in Greenwich but was raised in Tokyo as my Dad was in business there.
I don’t recall a specific moment of being bitten and that’s likely because the arts were always a part of my family’s rhythm. In the inclement weather I saw a cabbie refuse to drive through the slush, close to the curb.