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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:54 min | 2 months ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"You and Jodi had dental surgery at the same time. Not the same time. I had my jaw done. Yeah. Okay. It was broken in two places. Yeah. I still have wires back here. They took out part of my bone here and lifted. Because wait, your mom had an overbite, and you had an underbite. No, I had a, yeah, my teeth met. And then mom had a slight weaker chin. Yeah, I had a weaker chin. Jodi got that, and so I went to the oral surgeon and I asked him about I said, but I don't want to go through what? He said, don't have to. Just kind of cut in here and pulled it out three millimeters. Wow. Is all. You know, so I just wanted to feel The Rain. You know, on my chin without having to look up. The awning. So now, we had done the easy street number. Before, and we'd wrap Annie and I got the operation. Procedure done. And now the easy street number when we first did it was overkill. It was 400 dancers in it. And in the street with a monkey grinder and it was just too much. And Bernadette Peters and Tim Curry and I said, this is very good, but you know, it should be just the three villains in the orphanage doing the number. So now I had the procedure, and I get a call from the producer, like a month later, saying, we're going to reshoot. The easy street number, and so bernadette is coming in from New York and Tim from England, and I was in white at the time. So we all went and I said to I said to the producer over the phone, I said, I have a chin now. And he said, what? And I explained it to him. And he said, oh, with all that miss hannigan drag, nobody's gonna know, you know, right. So okay, I just thought I'd tell you. So I flew in. Now we're in the easy street. We're in the office of miss hannigan. Right. John Huston says all right. And he said, I think what I'll do, oh, because ray stark said, you know, it won't be pictured a picture. It'll just be that scene. And nobody's going to notice with all that miss hannigan drag, so. Okay. So now we're in the hurt office. Bernadette Tim and I and mister Houston says, I think what our water do. Is take it from when Carol went into the closet to find Annie's locket. We'll pick it up from when she comes out of the closet. Pictured a picture at all. Yeah. I said, mister Hughes. Call me John, dear. John. Two months ago, when I ran into the closet, I didn't have a chin. Now I'm out of the closet. Right. Right. Thought for a minute and he said, well, dear. Just come out looking determined.

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Carol Burnett Went Into a Closet Chinless and Emerged 'Determined'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:54 min | 2 months ago

Carol Burnett Went Into a Closet Chinless and Emerged 'Determined'

"You and Jodi had dental surgery at the same time. Not the same time. I had my jaw done. Yeah. Okay. It was broken in two places. Yeah. I still have wires back here. They took out part of my bone here and lifted. Because wait, your mom had an overbite, and you had an underbite. No, I had a, yeah, my teeth met. And then mom had a slight weaker chin. Yeah, I had a weaker chin. Jodi got that, and so I went to the oral surgeon and I asked him about I said, but I don't want to go through what? He said, don't have to. Just kind of cut in here and pulled it out three millimeters. Wow. Is all. You know, so I just wanted to feel The Rain. You know, on my chin without having to look up. The awning. So now, we had done the easy street number. Before, and we'd wrap Annie and I got the operation. Procedure done. And now the easy street number when we first did it was overkill. It was 400 dancers in it. And in the street with a monkey grinder and it was just too much. And Bernadette Peters and Tim Curry and I said, this is very good, but you know, it should be just the three villains in the orphanage doing the number. So now I had the procedure, and I get a call from the producer, like a month later, saying, we're going to reshoot. The easy street number, and so bernadette is coming in from New York and Tim from England, and I was in white at the time. So we all went and I said to I said to the producer over the phone, I said, I have a chin now. And he said, what? And I explained it to him. And he said, oh, with all that miss hannigan drag, nobody's gonna know, you know, right. So okay, I just thought I'd tell you. So I flew in. Now we're in the easy street. We're in the office of miss hannigan. Right. John Huston says all right. And he said, I think what I'll do, oh, because ray stark said, you know, it won't be pictured a picture. It'll just be that scene. And nobody's going to notice with all that miss hannigan drag, so. Okay. So now we're in the hurt office. Bernadette Tim and I and mister Houston says, I think what our water do. Is take it from when Carol went into the closet to find Annie's locket. We'll pick it up from when she comes out of the closet. Pictured a picture at all. Yeah. I said, mister Hughes. Call me John, dear. John. Two months ago, when I ran into the closet, I didn't have a chin. Now I'm out of the closet. Right. Right. Thought for a minute and he said, well, dear. Just come out looking determined.

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

07:14 min | 6 months ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"To see her sing let it burn in person. You get chills, you know? When I saw it, she got, she got a standing ovation that just lasted and lasted unless. And you could absolutely understand why. Because she fully devotes herself and throws herself into that number 8 times a week, right? She doesn't hold back the same way that you saw on that stage. When I saw it, I wrote my notebook, I was like, oh, she's got the Viola Davis snot coming down her nose. But she also just has this big, rich, beautiful singing voice. And that's a new thing that I did not realize about her until I saw her in Paradise square this season. I don't know if you remember, but last season was also nominated for a Tony for her role as kenisha enslaved play. Again, you know, this is someone who really seems to have a bright future ahead of them. I'm not going to go so far as to say she's going to be the next audra McDonald because she doesn't have to. She can just be working in a Congo and that is more than enough. Sure. But I'm very excited about her future. As for actress in a featured role in a play Felicia Rashad, one four skeleton crew talked to me about it. Yeah, so this is a really interesting play written by Dominique Marissa. Helen Shaw, who's the theater critic for New York magazine, has called Dominique the Bard of Detroit. I often refer to her as feminist August Wilson. So in this play, Felicia is playing this really interesting character and Faye. She's a union rep at a sheet metal stamping plant that is very likely going to close, but of course the supervisor is being awfully cagey about that. They also has a lot of her own issues that are going on. Things have not necessarily worked out so well for her financially and so she's unhoused and much to the ignorance of her boss who is played by Brandon J durden. She's also sleeping at the plant or in her car. So that's we've hit some of the major categories. Now let's move on to kind of broader thoughts on the telecast itself. Let's talk about Ariana debose, as host, what'd you think? Wow, what a ball of energy. Absolutely. Oh my goodness. You know, if you can't follow her through a program, I don't know, man. Check your post, maybe. But man, there's just nothing she can't do. There's been too many shows over here to listen to talks about. So we matched up with you. Let's see if you can spot them. That opening medley struck exactly the right note for me, which is pure. Unapologetic showbiz with just like a twist of lemon squeeze of cringe, right? Because that bit about, we figured we'd remix it and then they mime the DJ scratching. That is so cheesy, but it is so knowing. They know exactly what they're doing. That's all they wanted, that is the perfect fuel mixture. We should also note that it's Pride Month and it is the Tony, so that opening number featured a kiss between two backup dancers who are boyfriends in real life, Charlie Williams and Ryan Steele. And in her opening, de Bose mentioned that at least when it comes to the denominations, the tonys are making some inroads towards greater inclusivity and diversity. I feel like the phrase great white way is becoming more of a nickname, as opposed to a how to guide. Her hosting was completely on fire, even when a bit didn't land. I don't think all the crowd work worked because crowd work is tricky. I thought she was perfect. This is how you host a program like this, especially a program that goes three hours and change. Let's talk about some of the other musical performances, the music man, Sutton Foster, Hugh Jackman, what'd you think? It is that sort of classic performance that I think there is a subset of tourists who that is absolutely what they expect is what they want to see when they come to New York, like they have this vision of what a Broadway show looks like and it is exactly that. 76 Trump bulls led the big parade with a 110 corn that's closer. They will follow by. You know, I felt a little nostalgic watching this. This was my father's my late father's favorite musical. He would play 76 trombones on the piano every Saturday morning. And I thought to myself, a, something foster can do no wrong. I'll watch her tap dance whenever. Be he would have loved this. This is for him. Yeah, exactly. And then the Steven Sondheim tribute with Bernadette Peters singing a children will listen from into the Woods to me this struck exactly the right note. Careful the things you say children will share careful the things you do children will see. And learn children will listen is one of my favorites on time songs. It's got this beautiful tenderness to it again. That I really, I hope translates through the television, I'm not sure if it always does with theater, you know, I think that's why people think that theater people are freaks. I will say that, man, the choice of clips where he is talking about how any form of communication is a form of teaching and how in particular theater can be a form of teaching a ties in so well with the theme of that song, the presentation of that song, the Bernadette Peters of it all, man. It was a high point of the evening. Big picture, state of the theater. What did this particular broadcast tell you about it? I'm very proud of this community, and it's resilience. New York was struck so hard by the coronavirus pandemic early in 2020. And so to see that engine get restarted, brings about a great deal of much needed hopefulness. I agree, I agree. Well, we want to know what you think about this year's tonys, find us at Facebook dot com slash PC, HH on Twitter at PCH so that brings us to the end of our show, soraya, not McDonald, thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much, Glenn. And of course, thank you for listening to pop culture happy hour from NPR, this episode was produced by Mike Katz and edited by Jessica riddy who are doing a very quick turnaround on this one. And I will look them in provides the music you are bobbing your head to right now. Maybe you're not. Who knows? I'm Glenn Weldon, and we will see you all on Wednesday. Sometimes politics can feel like just a lot of noise. But the decisions made by leaders in this country affect you. Stay on top of how changing policies breaking news and new rulings affect your life. Every weekday on the NPR politics podcast, listen now..

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

05:26 min | 8 months ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"I wrote the last one I did the gay one. By the way, let's test your real show queen knowledge. The gay parody I did, you said you watched it? Yes. What is it from? What is it parodying a song? Oh God, I've read it too. Wait, hold on. Oh, it's not a chorus line, is it? No. It's kind of obscure. It's a show that really made Carol Burnett a star, and it's once upon a mattress. Oh, okay. Musical that they did of princess and the piece, Sarah Jessica Parker did it, revived it, you know, 20 years ago or something. So many people don't know. So I won't hold it against you. But the point is that was written by Mary Rogers who I think she's the daughter of Richard Rogers of Rogers and Hammerstein. And the mother of Adam gettle, who wrote light in the Piazza. This is the gayest episode of your show. Anyway, Adam ghetto called me and said, my family, you know, Richard Rogers family and Mary Rogers family. We're passing it around. We love it. So to hear from these people who are the children and spouses or whatever of these legends, it's amazing. Well, in your book, you have Alan menken, you know, who writes you a letter saying that you love to work with you. And we did. He wrote, he wrote the pink glasses song, which I do in my live show, and appears on my album. Do you have my new album? No. How do I get? It's everywhere. It's on streaming and wherever find music is streamed or sold. What's it called? It's called a little brains a little talent. Oh, okay. I'll definitely go get it. And I do songs written by myself and Alan menken and Mark shaman. I sing duets with Bernadette Peters and Josh gad and Sean Hayes and Titus Burgess. It's very fun. And you mentioned Bernadette Peters in your book. Many times. Because you want to, you want to be her or something. Well, yes, obviously, but the story is my mother used to pray when she was young. That God would turn her into Bernadette Peters. She gave birth to me, so I guess there's something to the power of. Yeah, that's what you say in the book. Long shot, Louis Randy is climbing a lot at the stardom. Cherish him while we have him. And you know what? I think the same thing. That's why I was so excited to have you on because, you know, you're a shooting star, my friend. Aw, thank you, John. I'm always happy to come on here. I love talking to you. And I love what you do in your videos, like I was just watching where you interview Marjorie trail green, and you.

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:42 min | 9 months ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Little bit fat. Carol Burnett there with Tim Curry and Bernadette Peters in 1980 twos Annie, which had way more fans based on feedback than I ever thought. It was written by Thomas me and Carol sobieski, directed by John Huston, wow, totally forgot, yes, directed by that, John Huston, along with that massacre, we did our top 5 Stephen Sondheim moments. So why that scene from Annie? Well, here's trip Burton. He's in woodridge, Illinois. The answer to masker theater is Annie, the connection could be that, like all of the films made of Sondheim's musicals as a full composer, it is tone deaf overstuffed and a slog to get through. Ouch. Ouch, indeed. I think though I'm going to interpret that not as a jab at Sondheim, but at the adaptations of Sondheim, fair Josh. Yeah. Yeah, I think that's where he's gone. The connection could also be that the song in the film is sung by three Sondheim veterans, Bernadette Peters, perhaps the greatest interpreter of Sondheim's music alive, Carol Burnett, who starred in both follies and concert and putting it together and Tim Curry, whose performance of losing my mind in concert is legendary. The real connection, however, is the film Mars attacks. What? Are you ready? Are you ready for this job? You just got my attention. But I'm back with you. I know. You're back on an episode where Josh discusses being a Tim Burton acolyte throughout the 90s and 2000s. You were obviously referencing the ending of the divisive film where the invading Martians can only be defeated by slim Whitman's yodeling, Indian love call, which Adam Josh and Michael all definitely paid homage to in their musical number. Film spotting has brought me much comfort over the years, and now I can add that if little green men ever come barging through my front door, I can take out the earbuds on episode 8 60 and my life will be saved. It ain't fair. How we scrounge with three or four bucks. When she gets Starbucks. The little brat. Look in those. That good. Fantastic. All right, here's Dave Allen from Bonnie Lake, Washington. It's Annie. I love that you pushed out of your comfort zone and tried something different. Kudos to you, but please never do it again. Some of us listen to the show while driving. Sorry, Dave. Joy Piedmont in New York City says Annie is kind of a terrible movie with great song and dance numbers. I watched it a lot as a kid. And recently realized that what I love about it is the magic of people singing and dancing. I'm with you, joy, right before we taped. I was talking to Michael. I told him we were doing Annie for mask or theater. And he just started slagging the film. And it really was like, he was destroying my childhood. And I am fully willing to admit that Annie probably is actually a bad movie, but I watched it so many times when I was 6, 7 years old, that I just don't want to believe it. I'm going to refuse to believe it. And we really did get a few emails in saying they loved Annie as well. So I think there's a strong nostalgia factor with this obviously terrible movie. One last comment here from Marie pero right here in Chicago. It's true I've never seen a good movie version of this show, but as a kid, I saw the original Annie on Broadway and I remember easy street brought down the house. Yeah, our easy street brought down the house in a buster key kind of way. Josh reach into the pretty brimming film spotting hat and pick out this week's winner. Our winner is Kelsey Hamilton in Washington, D.C.. Congratulations Kelsey email feedback at film spotting .NET and we will set you up with your very own film spotting T-shirt. Master theater now, sadly, going on its annual hiatus to make room for film spotting madness. Speaking of which..

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Not the celebrated original 84 Broadway production with Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters, not the celebrated 2017 production with Jake Gyllenhaal and annaleigh Ashford, but from a 2010 concert performance. At the BBC proms, Michael Phillips, this can only be one of your picks. Not top 5, Steven Sondheim moment. I picked it because it's egalitarian. This thing I found on YouTube. I didn't know anything about this BBC proms series. It's like the Boston pops orchestra of stuff that was on PBS for a long time. It's just the highest possible end of pops concert version of this just this really, really moving climax to something in the park with George, the song Sunday, which kind of sums up everything about this version of George surratt's reason for being even if that shuts out other reasons for being in his life. Musically it's just unbelievable. And I'll tell you, I saw one number from this particular 80th birthday tribute to Sondheim and he was in attendance apparently in the Royal Albert Hall. I don't know. The YouTube link is easily found the entire pops concert of all the numbers is all there. And it's all just as good as it gets. So of its type, I love that it's on YouTube. It's why I put up with YouTube for the bad stuff. And it's just great. Sunday from this version of the BBC prompt. That's my number two. And not only will we provide that link over at film spotting dot net if you want to watch it. We will provide the links to all of these picks. Any that are available anyway over at film spotting .NET just click on lists. Josh and I have a shared Sondheim list here and our number two comes from Sweeney Todd, the song is epiphany. And I thought a nice setup here would be a note we got from a longtime listener of the show. His name comes up a lot. He's got some really good stuff here, Josh youngerman. He says I was never a musical theater person despite spending a lot of my life in rehearsal rooms and on stage. And I'm still not, but I love Steven Sondheim. I think it was his cynicism. Sondheim didn't tell stories of fake joy. His musicals were full of honest cynicism. Oftentimes as heroes and heroines didn't win. Sondheim wasn't afraid to acknowledge the world was a crappy place, and that spoke to me as it did a lot of people. He will be missed. My British drama school teacher once told me he was the only American musical theater giant that the Brits could do because they didn't have to fake the positive American can do attitude with him. His musicals, even the ones set in America were authentically British in their spirit and attitude. RIP says Josh. I thought not only was that well said, but it sets up this pick from Sweeney Todd if you want to talk about cynicism, you want to talk about the world as a crappy place. Well, no one has a more grim view of humanity than Sweeney Todd, this, of course, from the 2007 Tim Burton adaptation. And also go back to something we were talking about when we were discussing our number four pick from company that lack of ego with Sondheim. This is a guy who revered movies, and he understood cinema as its own distinct art form. If you read or watch him in any interviews, talk about films in the adaptations of his work. And you have to wonder how many composers would be as open to a filmmaker heavily altering their material as Sondheim was and not only that he championed it. He really approved and wanted such alterations to his work he is on record as saying he thought Sweeney Todd was the best film adaptation of any of his musicals because it actually adapted his work, which doesn't just mean that the film is bold and expressive in its visual choices versus feeling like a stage play on screen. It's that and the fact that Burton wasn't sacred when it came to cutting songs or cutting them down or elongating moments within a song, anything that basically supported Burton's take on the work in his vision and the characters was fair game. And Sondheim loved that. I know Burton did a fair amount of that type of cutting in Sweeney Todd. I'm not familiar enough with the stage production and the recording of this song in particular epiphany to say how much tweaking occurred, I do know that it's incredibly cinematic and thrilling to watch. And that Burton uses the camera to compensate for something that the staging of it did allow for. And this is the moment near the end of act one, where Todd assaults the audience. The performer could basically get right in the audience's faces with his rage. And on screen, without the ability to do that, Burton transforms it into this nightmarish scene within Todd's demented imagination where he instead assaults the men on the streets of London. And he resolves in this epiphany moment. This is what I was thinking of when you were talking about rose actually and that song roses turn a little bit. It's where he resolves to become the full fledged version of himself. He's going to murder the vermin of the world after his attempt to kill the judge, fails. And it's filled with people who are feeling shit on the vermin of the world, you have it. But not for love. By your deserve.

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Filmspotting

"For my and that was a take they didn't use. You're listening to film spotting. We were talking about The Godfather and eminently quotable lines. Well, after my daughter Sophie and I watched DA penny baker's 1970 documentary original cast album company for the first time, all we said for weeks was here's to the ladies who lunch, just like a lane stretch that is stretch performing. Steven Sondheim's the ladies who lunch from company, we will finally get around to celebrating the life and career of mister Sondheim, who died in December. He was 91. We're going to do that next week here on the show. We said then that we knew we had some homework to do and we wanted to give him a proper tribute. So we're going to share our top 5 moments movie moments. This isn't Broadway spotting yet, even though I might prefer it to be. Michael Phillips are movie music and movie musicals expert will be joining us for that top 5. Is that cast album, Doc one you have seen Josh? No, it's first on my list to catch up with before we do this show. Thankfully, if listeners also need to watch it and you subscribe to the criterion channel, I just saw today it's on there. So pretty available if you need to catch up with that one as I do and hope to maybe squeeze in a couple more, we should probably nail down eligibility that'll help me decide what I need to watch. You know, how are we kind of defining a Sondheim movie moment? Well, I can tell you how I'm defining it and this will not help you at all. It's anything that Sondheim was part of attached to appears in all should be eligible. So it's going to be things like Sweeney Todd. It could be things like either west side story adaptation into the Woods, a funny thing happened on the way to the forum, 1966, but I think you can't properly talk about. I know this is a cheat, but I just don't know that you can properly talk about Sondheim. If you don't at least consider the iconic Sunday in the park with George, starring Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters that stage production that was filmed for PBS that I think we see in TikTok boom. At some point on the TV screen, am I remembering that right Josh? Boom. I'm gonna trust you on that one. Okay. Or it could be tick boom because Steven Sondheim appears as a character. He also did the score for reds. He wrote the Oscar winning song for dick Tracy. And then I just saw on Twitter the other day, I had this whole comprehensive list and I think it was our longtime listener, Ross Bratton, who pointed out some movie I'd never even heard of before the Sondheim co wrote the screenplay for. So a lot of options, so many options, Josh, I'm sorry. All right, well, I'm not going to be able to get to all of them, but we'll see what we can do before next. Next week, we will also have some thoughts on the Oscar nominations, those will be announced on Tuesday. The 8th, if you have a favorite son time movie moment, please do share it with us, feedback at film spotting dot net. That's where you can send an email or an MP3 file. You can also leave us a voicemail. 312-264-0744 and bonus points. And a greater chance of it appearing in the show. If you sing it. We do love that. Me too. If you want to support the show, you can join the film spotting family over on Patreon. Here's what you get for $5 a month, ad free episodes via a.

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"So what? The choice may have been mistaken the choosing was not. You have to fall. He in addition to having this lyrical sophistication could deliver these little nuggets that you just go back to over and over and over again that you could use as a handy little motto for your life, like the moment and move on when this woman who is encouraging this artist says, I chose in my life was shaken. So what the choice may have been mistaken the choosing was not. And that is the kind of thing that you will find. I think about quotes all the time. That same verse in my notes. I was going to bring that up. That is such an upwelling of empathy from a dude who has a poorly deserved rep for intellectual coldness. It's just so warm. Well, I'm glad you both mentioned that because for me, my earliest connection to Sondheim besides west side story. And that was before I even really knew who Sondheim was, was into the Woods. And I remember watching the live performance that was recorded. The first thing I thought, when I found out that sometime had passed, was this lyric that I constantly go back to from no one is alone. Sometimes people leave you halfway through the wood. Others may deceive you, you decide what's good. It just pierces me to my core sometimes when I think about it when I'm dealing with someone disappointing me, someone making me upset or just a moment where I feel alone, it is one of those songs that I think it's sound so simple, but it is so complex in terms of offering that empathy offering that compassion, the part I actually want to play is even though that other lyric really gets me, I think this one just kind of hits in a really, really deep space. This is actually Bernadette Peters performing it in a live performance. She doesn't sing the song in the show because that is sung by the baker and Cinderella. But I.

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"I don't know that anything can be another Mr. Rogers neighborhood or another blues clues, but Apple TV plus and Jack McBrayer are eyeing a similar niche. I more says the Cupertino streamer has posted a first look for hello Jack, the kindness show ahead of the show's premiere, this week. I'm the show. Apple says, the new breakthrough live action series from creators Jack McBrayer and children's TV veteran and author Angela C S marro, aims to ignite kindness through exploring empathy, humor, playfulness and imagination. Make prayer as most famous for his role as Kenneth the NBC page on the sitcom 30 rock, though he has turned up in kids titles like Disney's Phineas and verb and the wreck it Ralph movies. And it turns out likening the show to Mr. Rogers and blue's clues makes sense. Santa marrow worked on blue's clothes, as well as the Mr. Rogers spin off, Daniel Tiger's neighborhood. Hello, Jack, the kindness show starts on Apple TV plus this Friday, the 5th of November. You can catch the first look promo on YouTube. More star power has headed to the high desert. That's a comedy series and production for Apple TV plus headline by Patricia Arquette and the boatload of other celebrities. Describing the series variety says high desert follows Peggy, played by our cat, an addict who decides to make a new start after the death of her beloved mother with whom she lived in the small desert town of yucca valley, California. She makes a life-changing decision to become a private investigator. The article lists 6 new cast members, including Matt Dillon from the outsiders, Rupert friend of homeland, where Wu che opia from I may destroy you Brad Garrett from everybody loves Raymond Christine Taylor from zoolander and Bernadette Peters from let's go with the jerk. Yeah, okay. I know, but seriously, how do you pick from everything, Bernadette Peters has done? See also Matt Dylan. Peter's plays Peggy's mom in the series who you may remember is dead. That's what prompts the change in Peggy's life. No word on when the series will premiere, but I will tell you this, I will definitely be there for it when it does. And finally today are two Mariah Carey Christmas specials better than one. Apple TV plus seems to think so. On the heels of last year's Mariah Carey's magical Christmas special, the Cupertino streamer has issued

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And makeup and get ready for the shoot and That's you know, that's what we did. However, however, I've got this key to the city of New York and I will tell you there was a lot of celebrating that day, although I had to go back to work at the end of getting that key, But as I went around to different restaurants, Um uh, I took my crew to lunch at 21 to celebrate. They've been with me. You know, from from the beginning to and, uh You know the waiters. They were set. Well, the managements and over champagne. The waiters were singing. I went to serendipity with my daughter and all the waiters upstairs and down. We're around singing. Congratulations. I was In the car, finally going home in the back seat of my car, and we stopped at a traffic late on Madison Avenue and A big truck of New York City. Firemen pulled up next to me how they looked down and saw that I was in there, but this whole truck of New York City fireman lean down to me and gave me the biggest sums up and the victory and hey, so That was there was something you know, you know the story about Meryl Streep leaving her Oscar in the ladies' room. No Meryl Streep, who has won 7000 Oscars, probably more than any other human being alive. Once was given an Oscar and she went into the can, as everybody does, because, after a few champagnes worlds, you're going to go so she left her Oscar in the Can. She left it in the ladies' room and went home and they had to finally finally find her and give it to her. I'm sure you didn't leave yours in the camp. Did you can I did not sure Did you carry with you? Do they give it to you? In your in your hand. I never won an award Do do they give it to you in your hand? Gosh. Uh um, What they did eventually had to go back to them so that they could engrave it, But then they got it right back to me. But when I was asked to do a lot of interviews after that, everybody wanted me to bring my Emmy And so it did travel with me for a while, Uh, you know, and people wanted to hold it and they wanted to see what it looked like and What do you carry it in plastic? I had a canvas. You know, back then I would like a carry on. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. You have also done. Well, I am I not right. Did you not also do Broadway? Susan? I did. That was one of the wonderful things that happened soon after winning the army of so when the M E in May, and in January I made my Broadway debut in Annie, Get your gun. Uh, Bernadette Peters. Won the Tony and a Grammy for that as well. She should have. But I got to be the first one to go in after Bernadette Peters, and that was a thrill of a lifetime. A thrill of a lifetime. Way to go in. What do you What did you know about singing? Only that I like to sing. I had had no formal training at all. But I knew I could think I just didn't know if I was good enough. And so, um Had I had worked with Marvin Hamlisch. I had, uh, done some appearances with Marvin on stage and concert halls around the country, and, uh, he had said to me if I ever needed him that I should just call him. And when the Wastler's Barry at Fran Weissler, the producers of Annie, get your gun offered me this part. I Wanted to sing for them. I wanted them to know what they were getting into. And I wanted to know that I could do it. I had been a little girl in Broadway audiences and I knew there would be kids and I didn't want people to just watch need play Annie Oakley and think. Oh, yeah, This is a stunt casting. Yeah, this this is you know, girls would have their dreams. So, um, anyway, so Was to share to call Marvin My husband was not too shy. I went to Marvin's apartment one Sunday night and rang his bell. Scariest thing I had done and he was a dull he turned, you know, he was just a doll and he listen to me sing and he said, Oh, you could do this. You can do this. Okay? You know what I have to do? They are going to kill me and fire me if I don't stop And do and, uh what do I have to do now? I'm the station break commercial, right? So that takes care of your entire career. Susan. There we are. I love you. Help Call you later. Okay. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Have you started developing.

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on 20/20

"About a secret. That's so traumatic that it is beyond. Ptsd and just eight jessica alive for so long and it was gossiped about and eventually got exposed brick famous evangelist. Jim baker caught up in his sex scandal. Daycare hostess show with his wife. Tammy admitted he paid over one hundred thousand dollars in hush money to cover up an illicit love affair. You said he was being blackmailed. Because of a sexual encounter. it seemed unbelievable. Because we know jim we know tammi we. This cannot happen. It can't be true. Well eventually proved to be true and so they go looking for a celebrity preacher who can step in and take bakers place until this scandal blows over such a huge valuable ministry that at least somebody with a big following and a good reputation. Jerry falwell could maybe step in and save that giant ministry jerry. Falwell goes to palm springs and he meets with jim and tammy in the wake of the revelation spat jessica hahn. They reached out to falwell asking him to take the hell of pt for a while while their issues were dealt with and jim baker and jerry falwell go into a room in the suite where baker said. I'd like you to take the helm of pto and hold it together. I need to take some time with my wife and family and when they come out they say that they have agreed that jerry falwell will take over as head of pt l. I don't know what people would say now like never resign. Jesus is the son of god. It's possible in two thousand nine hundred. He would have just tried to tough it out. He would have just counted on his natural charisma to get them through. Listen our motors. Were on fire. Way before this that ministry was not gonna survive. We were all exhausted. Jim was exhausted. Damning was exhausted and that was the beginning of him turning over at least at the time his ministry to another preacher as jim baker always thought he would get a second coming he would get the comeback and reclaim his heritage usa. They would start a campaign called for given in the aftermath of this. That i think just tells you what they were hoping what happened. That baker would be forgiven by his followers and would be brought back redeemed. In some way showtime tammy faye sell their movie rights to a network. Tell you i should've told you. Long ago i committed adultery. Silly me i was afraid. This was about our taxes and bernadette peters plays tammy faye kevin spacey plays. Jim baker hi. We're short a hundred monthly partners to meet our budget here in memphis. Jim and tammy really need you. It's funny yet. It's tragic because so many people were sucked in taken in gave over their money. Gave over life savings believed in these people. Worry about the investigations going off. There's an old saying that. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely and that can happen in politics happening business and it can happen in christian television might go. No no no. In fact i think investigations are the best thing that could happen. History will prove the bankers for honest people. And.

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Did you notice dare-devils arms dare-devils arms. Did you notice them. Did you notice arms. did you notice. They're devils arm. I did not see any issue. I mean there's while you winding dare-devils arms. I don't understand what you're asking me like arms. Did you notice them. There is no one in a red costume in this thing. Besides spiderman is costume has black on it so i don't think this is like black suit. I don't understand what's happening right now. There's a scene where spider man is in an interrogation room. And look is interrogating him and somebody across. The table has their arms out in front of peter parker as wearing a white dress shirt in their rolled up to expose his forearms and those dare-devils arms are eaten those daredevil arms okay. Here's your dare-devils arms. Here's the thing it you know. What if it is if it is like i. I'm assuming that means like charlie cox's where people are going here. Which if it is wool but also the internet has got them insane embiid. If that's what's happening right now on the internet the and i is is that we've all lost our minds of mine's screen shot and was just leave carly cops. So it's your arms early clocks at the internet. The internet's doing those dare-devils arms. There is a doctor strange park up before loving. That people are really loving to meema fi. Hello peter like showing different pop culture. Peter's like peter rabbit. That's good would have peter that you would do that. Your you'd say hello peter and then you posted image of a of a peter a maybe peter pan. I like peter pan So that could be a fun. One or peter penalties narnia. But it's the movie chronicles of narnia. Because they are rebooting into a tv show. It'd be a good like Yes the alternate version of chronicles of narnia. I think mine would be. Hello peters and it would be bernadette peters signing over something that hasn't good. Yeah that's i don't think anyone has done the. Hello peter bernadette peters. The actress and singer. Think i would my friend peter just there. This is peter smith the grade school with theater. It's just a picture of my friend peter's his high school yearbook and i only have our sophomore year..

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The musicals sunday in the park with george into the woods and passion usually called stevenson high musicals and of course sondheim is widely acknowledged as the most innovative and brilliant broadway composer lyricist of our time. But there's someone else who is essential in the creation of those three shows and he is my guest james lapine. He wrote the books for each of those musicals and directed the original broadway productions sunday in the park with george won a pulitzer prize for drama. The pine won a tony for the book of into the woods. Lupine also co wrote the book with william finn for falsettoes. The book of a musical is like a libretto. It's the part that spoken not sung but some are sondheim songs were inspired by or borrowed from lines written by lepine for the show's books now. A pine has written a book book. The kind that you read. It's called putting it together. Has stephen sondheim. And i created sunday in the park with george. It's a fascinating behind the scenes. Account featuring pines reminiscences and his interviews with many people who worked on the show including sondheim the shows stars bernadette peters and mandy patinkin as well as other cast members producers orchestrators set designers. And more james lapan. Welcome to fresh air. I love the shows that you did with sondheim and it is just a pleasure to have you on. The show will thank you so much. It's a pleasure to be here. Sunday in the park is a work of art about a work of art for people. Unfamiliar with the show. Just described the premise. Well it was inspired by a painting. By george sarah in eighteen eighty four eight hundred eighty six two years. It took for him to paint a sunday afternoon on the island of grown shot and it employed his methodology of pointillism in Creating art and it was ironic because we were one hundred years later ending up writing a show about the making of that painting and it took her two years to paint the painting and it took us two years to write the show. The initial idea for the show was sparked by you bringing in some images to look lookout with sondheim which strikes me as a very strange way to start a musical pictures but you used to be a graphic designer and did graphic design and posters. Repertory theatre So and one of the images you brought in was a postcard of the painting that inspired the show. So you put the postcard down you in sondheim gazed at this postcard of the painting by sarah. And how did that lead to sunday in the park well. We wasn't image. That i used in the very first thing i did in the theater which was a very abstract show by gertrude. Stein called photograph and in that. I used several famous images one of which was this painting so i was pretty familiar with it And when we sat down to look at it together along with other images that i brought in steve immediately said it looks like a stage set and from there we just sat and talked about it and realized all the strange details that are in the painting the peculiar perspective of the painting that the characters were not looking at one another. And why is there a monkey there and I don't know somehow. I blurted out while there's one person missing and he said who and i said the artist and somehow that sparked an idea That this could somehow be a the ethical venture so you realize that the character missing in this painting was the artist himself and he became the main character in the show along with his muse and model. The character played by bernadette peters. So why don't we here. Sunday in.

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"The house hers? Or was it her husband's? I think she got it in the divorce. So the issue was like she owns the house, but can't maintain it, very right? Okay. So, but she got the house for some reason in the divorce. Yeah, yeah. Well, and she's very attached to grow a garden. It's like, it is rolly gray Gardens. Yes. Cuz you remember like, especially, like summer homes of the wealthy, they all took names back in the day rubric sure. Why would they name their their summer home? Of course, you know, it's a, it's an entity in and of itself, you know? You're you have the breakers in Rhode Island and you have a great guy comes in the Hamptons and which Breakers. Oh, so Rhode, Island has all these like huge summer Mansions, which now you can't? Or cuz they're sort of like historically and marks. But like, most of them have names. You really don't be a story. I know they can't afford taxes anyway. So it was, that is okay, so there's the original Dr. Battery and then she wanted found-footage another hour and half. Is there an arc to the, to the first, there's an arc sort of to the first one or no home. So it's very slice-of-life. Okay. Now like I suppose that you like it's just sort of, you know, I think they showed up for God. I don't know if there was some for weeks or months off and sort of film them every day and then edited that into something interesting. I mean, there's a little bit of an arc in that the end is sort of poetic because little lady is dancing song. Biggie is shouting and there's something sort of emotional about it, but it's hard to exactly put into words but there's no plot. Like, it's not like the documentaries starts and you watch their Fall From Grace. It's more. Like, here's a summer with these eccentric. Women have been in this house for you guys. Okay, so it's sort of has at least a time frame. So yeah. And then so what's the second month? So the second one I think that when the first one was such a hit, it just had all this additional footage and as a creative, this is how I picture it when they were in the editing room, making the first one they were like me song. Biggie is so amazing when she sings, she for two. And she is so amazing when she sings, I Love My soft-shoe, which one, I mean to put the film and then make the call took the film becomes ahead. And they're like, guys, we have so much more to show you. And then, so the second film is kind of like it's very similar to the first and then it's just more of like these amazing life quotes and performances from these women. Okay. So it's essentially just another like that same time frame, but like from a different camera angle like other other episodes other things that would. Yeah. Okay. So and then there was A fictionalized movie of the HBO movie with Jessica Lange and Drew Barrymore. I highly recommend it just collated them. Yes. So Drew Barrymore plays a little song and it's actually one of Drew Barrymore's best performances. I mean, I feel like it shows what she can do, way more than sort of the average Never Been Kissed. You Know? Finish it again. Yeah. And she is also off of The Producers on it. So I think she might have been like, this is how I'm going to show the world who I am. I need to make this movie and being it. Yeah, like sushis person. The, The Princess Diaries. What's the name of that? Incredibly Anne Hathaway. Thank you very much, and Hathaway also had sort of a passion project that she did. She wanted a she kept being cast as that they, you know, pretty imperfect kind of thing. Yeah. And she did a a monster movie called colossal. I don't think I've seen that. It's, it's incredible. It's really, really good. And weird thoughts on them to watch, like, whatever I think it's on anyway. So Jessica Lange and Drew Barrymore are in grey gardens, the movie for HBO. And they're very good. And so some of the gaps that I'm filling in with what happened. I'm pulling from the HBO movie. So let's assume the HBO movie is accurate, you know? Cuz the documentary doesn't necessarily show the scene where the song Come Home for the father's funeral and they say Hey you really can't afford to keep living here on the trust. Why don't you sell Grey Gardens and get a little apartment somewhere and Biggie says, I believe Greg. Feet. First, this is my home, you know first, what a green line. Oh my God. Yes. so this is, you know, The benefit of a classical education. I think, is this sort of quit penis? Yeah, cuz they have really good lines. Like, very sophisticated women, like, rip it there. What part? A the amazing one about. So, so that is dead. So that's essentially a dramatization of their lives. The two of them, and when did you have some up that came out in the early 2000s? And that one has a little bit more of an arc, like, you see the the beginning, and it's amazing to see the house when it was beautiful and they were young and beautiful and they were hosting all these parties, okay? And then you see the sort of merits to the husband unravel, lavoro, e, d, try to make a go of it in New York on Broadway and that not go. So well, and her sort of to come home to stay with Mother temporarily. And then never really make it back to New York. Yeah, down there. Sort of a redness. Lovely, but somewhat toxic co-dependency and then there's sort of like a nice. I want to spoil it for anybody but it's sort of hard to a nice understanding off. At the end of the film, they cleaned it up. They clean it up in the in the dramatization. Yeah, I mean there's I think one of the things I like about it is there's definitely a lot of damage to it and a little tragedy but they're also is like a lot of like joy and Beauty to it at the same time. It sounds like a sympathetic adaptation of these women's lives. Yeah, well, I think even though they're sort of like Cooks, I think the people that really love it. And I think what I love about it is like okay, so your husband left you, the trust running is out on Broadway. Career didn't work out. And he got holes in your walls, but does that mean you still can enjoy some ice cream in a soft-shoe? Like there's like still this like Joi de vivre about both of them through it all here at all. I hope that I think that that is fascinating. Did you have the documentarians ever did anything else? You know? It's a wonder about the people who made it. Yeah, I think about that cuz there's not permanent called that day. That was made about like an artist that sort of a relative of the deals and they they appear in that documentary a little bit. And I think what happened is they met the Beales making that documentary and then we're like these women are so interesting. We gotta do a whole documentary about that and of course they're documentary became way more successful than the original one. Right? That they were supposed to do. Like they really, I mean, they walked in as extras and they stole the show, you know, suddenly the movie was about them off my gosh. So, okay, so now we have three movies of this thing has been about. And there was also, it was made into a musical that went to Broadway. What? Yes. When how did he do anything, literally to get to be an appointment. Bikini was passed away at that point. And I think little LED might have also been or at least she was eighty in down in Florida that point they were not in the musical. I want to say Bernadette Peters might have been in it but maybe that's just my imagination game wishful thinking. Yeah sure oh my gosh and you could see that on YouTube if you want to watch it which I think people will, I think people definitely want to watch that. So there's a musical. 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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The musicals sunday in the park with george into the woods and passion are usually called stephen sondheim musicals and of course. Sondheim is widely acknowledged as the most innovative and brilliant broadway composer and lyricist of our time. But there's someone else who was essential in the creation of those three shows and he is my guest james lapine. He wrote the books for each of those musicals and directed the original broadway productions sunday in the park with george wanna pulitzer prize for drama. The pine won a tony for the book of into the woods. Lupine also co wrote the book with william finn for falsettoes. The book of a musical is like a libretto. It's the part that spoken not sung but some are sondheim songs were inspired by or borrowed from lines written by the pine. For the show's books now. Alpine has written a book book. The kind that you read. It's called putting it together. Has stephen sondheim. And i created sunday in the park with george. It's a fascinating behind the scenes. Account featuring lupines reminiscences and his interviews with many people who worked on the show including sondheim. The show's stars. Bernadette peters and mandy patinkin as well as other cast members producers orchestrators set designers and more james pine. Welcome to fresh air. I love the shows that you did with sondheim and it is just a pleasure to have you on the show. We'll thank you so much. It's a pleasure to be here. Sunday in the park is a work of art about a work of art for people unfamiliar with the show just described. The premise was inspired by a painting by your sarah in eighteen. Eighty four to eight hundred eighty six That two years it took for him to paint a sunday afternoon on the island of legrand shot and It employed his methodology of pointillism and creating art and it was ironic because we were one hundred years later ending up writing a show about the making of that painting and took two years to paint at the painting and it took us two years to write the show. The initial idea for the show was sparked by bringing in some images to look out with sondheim which strikes me as a very strange way to start a musical pictures but you used to be a graphic designer and did graphic design and posters for the l school of well. Free repertory theatre. I should say So one of the images you brought in was a postcard of the painting that inspired the show. So you put the postcard down you in sometime gazed at this postcard of the painting by sarah. And how did that lead to sunday in the park. Well we wasn't image That i used in the very first thing. I did in the theater which was a very abstract show By gertrude stein called photograph and in that i used several famous images one of which was this painting so i was pretty familiar with it And when we sat down to look at it together along with other images that i brought in Steve immediately said it looks like a stage set and from there we just sat and talked about it and realized all the strange details that are in the painting. The peculiar perspective of the painting That the characters were not looking at one another and so forth. And why is there a monkey there and I don't know somehow. I blurted out while there's one person missing. And he said who i said the artist and somehow just sparked an idea That this could somehow be a The ethical venture and we took it from there so you realize that the character missing in this painting was the artist himself and he became the main character in the show along with his muse and model the character. Played by bernadette peters So what did you want to say about artists. and what. it's like to be an artist muse or model or mistress girlfriend mistress the language then. I have to say when we look back. We didn't really talk a lot about theme. We talked a lot about story and A lot about where and how music could engage in the in the storytelling and sondheim took the idea of pointillism. As a kind of inspiration for the kind of Music he was going to write and to some degree. I did as well in terms of the writing of the book Stylistically that is and i We were very very different. I tend to jump into the deep end of things and figure out how to swim. And steve is very analytical and doesn't start writing until he knows exactly where he's going and he does your suggestion that there needed to be an opening song. The show needed to open with a song and that song is sunday in the park right. That was excuse me. That was steve suggestion. I didn't when i initially initially went off after looking at the image with him and came back. Maybe a week later with six pages that i wrote for the beginning of the show and It was he who read the six pages. And then as i sat there. This is you know. Pre internet pre pre computer and He said i'm going to read this again. And i sat there thinking. What is this guy. I'm gonna make of this. And then he said. I think there should be an opening number here. And he pointed to under no somewhere in the middle of the second page and i said oh why and he said well this is really already so i think we need an opening number that will put the audience at ease. And that's how we came out of the gate. It's interesting that the opening songs. From the point of view of the bernadette peters character the model who is in the sun very hot very uncomfortable in modeling for the genius painter. Sure sarah but in the meantime she's just kind of like suffering and bearing it. Well i think first of all he was he may have been a genius and she may have known that at the time but the one thing i never was was success he never actually even sold a painting in his lifetime. He died very young. And i think looking back at it and a lot of writing is unconscious. I think it was a smart move for us to learn about the artist. George from another point of view and particularly you know his mistress who whom us you know so intimately involved and it immediately set up. the dilemma of Life and art and What you give up when you dedicate yourself to any aspect of art or work and how it impacts on your private life and that song which i totally You know tip. My hat to steve on. What did a lot of things drama logically that that helped us get out of the gate in telling our story. So why don't we here..

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Edited together into one Nonstop infotainment laugh strata ginza Yeah so without further ado. Here is the weekly zeitgeist. Please welcome anna rubino i. I didn't realize this was a singing. Podcast but i am here to sing was do it. Yeah what which. Bernadette peters song would you like your choice something from any dealer's choice. Wow you're going to the movies. Yeah let's let's just guys will will forget. I.

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on Filmspotting

"I resisted for a long time. Because i saw it as one of those prestige hollywood movies all the oscar. Nominations just couldn't be. That good is how. I looked at it and you have to consider to age. Wise for me. The first exposure i ever had to warren beatty was bulworth that was the first warren beatty film. I saw i didn't know him. How mccabe and mrs miller. Well it came out in ninety eight. So you're what eight. Oh yeah. I'm about eighteen and it wasn't until i was about eighteen that i started going back and watching those films like mccabe and shampoo and bonnie and clyde of course so i c bulworth which he directed and it's not a good film. I'm sorry and it's not a well. Directed fell that's so done with warren. Basically that was enough for me to just totally right off reds oscar. Nominations be damned and then of course five or six years ago whenever it was. I finally sat down and watched it and was genuinely surprised to see that. Just how good it was but to see beatty taking risks onscreen making a film about a communist in nineteen eighty-one but also in his portrayal of read making him a really difficult character to love and style. Wise i love the documentary in few scenes. I love the fact that he takes these people who actually knew louise bryant and john reid and puts them onscreen. I don't even think he gives them a name or tells oracle witness what the relationship is but yeah he just gives you them onscreen as historical witnesses and then that just adds context and sets up the story that we see play out in dramatic. I thought that was really effective so for me. Reds is one of those rare oscar movies. That actually lives up to its hype into its prestige. See i have to revisit it because in my memory it is from what i saw that prestigious bloated almost oscar picture. But it's been a long time. Jack nicholson is eugene. O'neill every scene to me. He has that may be disgraced mannered performance. And maybe the most effective performance in the film nicholson's portrayal of eugene. O'neill could be you hear it. Sometimes massacre theater. We use that theme one of his lines to diane. Keaton comes up and massacre theater here on the show regularly. Michael that brings us to our number. One film of nineteen eighty-one well so mark music psycho-sexual russkoe but It's it's pennies from heaven. Herbert ross's of big screen. It is what do what do you do. What josh is. Call the introduction. No i well. It's this is not an easy movie. I mean this is. I don't know if you know the dennis potter bbc miniseries. Were bob hoskins played. This of thwarted really really desperate sheet music salesman in nineteen thirties england. That's been transferred to that. Can thirty chicago steve. Martin arguably a little miscast as desperate sexually voracious sheet music salesman who falls in love. With this spinster i think virginal spinster schoolteacher played by bernadette peters who was fantastically good in the in the dramatic scenes and the whole operation of the picture is is dealing with you. Know really harsh miserable real-life situations that can only be escaped through fantasy musical numbers on. And this is this has been done before and since but The best five or six numbers. That the director herbert ross. In the choreographers pull off are just in terms of the way there Shot and cut and design and performed there really they seriously take you back to the best of the mgm years and yet i. It's in this completely different nasty accurate tone and it man. This is a movie that makes you eat. It and buy it really does get harsher and harsher and more desolate and more desolate. And i don't know if it all works. I don't know a lot of things. But i do know that i come back to that movie a lot and again even if martin isn't quite right for all the dramatic scenes it's I think i i actually i think. Bearnes peter's performance in and is probably the unsung performance of the decade lotteries. I mean she's immensely talented but it's incredibly. Subtle in naturalistic enriches. Great woman singer list is being married. Just a minute minute. The hotel where they were see they gave the elevator operator at twenty dollar bill to stop the elevator between floors and turn his back. People do things like that like what. Eileen my love in an elevator. We mean like kissing. Do you know why. That's a good girl. Do what i was talking about. Would you ever do that. They did between which floors arthur. That's one eighty to revisit josh..

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"bernadette peters" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

The Cinema Guys

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"bernadette peters" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

"Are usually held in wait for it late february or march and the grammies arctic rameez as are usually like january because award season. It's all within like two months. Like grammys golden globes. Emmys right. I think because i pay attention to the red carpet so i know my shit dad. So did you see this. It's a big stink about emily harris which is on netflix. It's sickly bot. Those nominations getting golden globe nomination. So it's fine what happened. Yeah so so there has been a ton of. I think we can all agree. There's been a ton of really good tv. That's come out tv and movies. Whatever streaming that have come out since the pandemic started an so. They announced the nominations and emily in paris. Which is fun nice to look at. I wouldn't say tv. Yeah i wouldn't say like life changing and bears got a bunch of nominations. And i didn't see it but i believe that it was amazing. Michaela cole who was on chewing gum and who i think she created chewing gum on that flex that came out a couple years ago she had a show called. I made a store you. I think on hbo. Max that's why. I didn't see it because i don't have. Hbo that like every single review. That i saw was like this show is amazing. She got snubbed So and so then it came out that like the people i guess producers were likely so the golden globes are given by the hollywood foreign press association okay and so then members of the association like came out. And we're like. Oh yeah they flew us to set and it was like you know all inclusive tread dining rooms that were fourteen hundred dollars a night. Yeah that's so. that's so awful. Not that we should be surprised. But that's like not okay with it and so yeah the holly. The golden globes are voted on by that that foreign press association and they've made some questionable calls over the years whereas if you look at like the oscars those are on by working members of the film industry industry yet And so are the emmys. So it's much more of a peer recognizing you right right but yeah it's it's crazy just crazy kate. Ni- do we. We're gonna talk about weird stuff. We're actually we're actually almost out. We both went off. We're going to do in the next episode. Which will take just a few seconds. But anyway kate where can people find us. People can find us on basic owner. Basically there's a lot of social media sites now but the big what three four social media sites were on facebook papa. Alex podcast were on instagram. Papa hawks podcast. We are on twitter. Which is at papa. Alex and then if you wanna shoot us an email give them recommendations for any type of pop culture that you are consuming that you think we might lake or you want to hear our views on. Send us an email at papa. Hollick's podcast at mail dot com. And i'll put in to plug one for the facebook posts which have trivia quizzes I was putting together one today. That had something about catherine o'hara's birthday. And so i had a fun clip from chicago. But catherine o'hara is catherine. I has birthday today. Notes not today. It's this coming week where you actually after the show airs but today he posted one. That was i. Think bernadette peters and a clip. From the jerk so yeah. There's always a lot of fun stuff on this facebook post. And if i can remember to do. The twitter ones there are twitter. Wants to But then Papa alex a playlist which is always politics than the number of the episode. Yeah which would be last week was twenty six and then playlist and then we always have fun music related to what we've talked about right. You can find those on spotify. We usually have a link to him. Both in our papa hollick's newsletter that we send out and also the stuff we post on the facebook page right on instagram grant. I on instagram. it's mostly just a recap. Hey here's what we talked about. And if you pay attention to the instagram stories. It's a link to the spotify podcast episode and the playlist finds so anyway For pollick steve. All go out and enjoy pop culture..

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Stephen Sondheim gets starry but tardy 90th birthday concert

Leo Laporte

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Stephen Sondheim gets starry but tardy 90th birthday concert

"A ninetieth birthday tribute is being held on line for a Broadway hit maker take me to the world as a free virtual concert saluting Stephen Sondheim on Broadway dot com's YouTube channel the event is hosted by Raul Esparza who starred in the two thousand six revival of Sondheim's hit musical company also set to perform America St Bernadette Peters and Mandy Patinkin among others Sondheim wrote the lyrics for West Side Story in gypsies also the composer for Sunday in the park with George Sweeney Todd in a little night music bill Stewart KFI

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