17 Burst results for "Bob Macky"
"bob mackie" Discussed on WCPT 820
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"bob mackie" Discussed on WEEI
"Anything can happen in sports and often does what's right and who just couldn't see in bones in actually but I think you know how this works Santa's gonna read a question you're going to give your opinion whether it's in bounds or out of bounds and give us your reasoning why you ready let's go let's go all right Erin it is a huh over the past two seasons your minis plays been arguably the most critique in all of football getting benched in twenty seventeen by Bob Mackie due to last season having media experts calling up the giants to draft many replacement well they did and now this year they're Clarice have you on a short leash for the team to turn to rookie Daniel Jones at the first sign of trouble however giant owner John Merrow was as yesterday how we'd like the quarterback situation to unfold this season I hope you'll have a great year down never ceases I mean I I would be in an ideal world see but again it's candidates can be decision by the head coach of someone now for instance is it that you really give you what I mean I was looking to win a lot of games in the playoffs with Daniel doesn't play one snap as a rookie the okay would be very happy about that because it means that we're having a great year yeah inbound or outbound is wise for giants ownership to publicly state they hope Daniel Jones and see the field this is awful and bells on this one.
"bob mackie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I know that in eighty eight I guess she did a bunch of costumes for them and got an EMMY nomination for that, then you did for who for the, the Academy Awards, the but then there was another thing with where when we'll be Gobert was hosting in ninety nine she caught out in the used to do those, those shows musical numbers that everybody in New York hates because you're on it. You're watching it at midnight is horrible. But now things have gotten a little bit. So. Okay. So those were something to do with the but other outside the box things, I mean, you did Barbie, people forget that you did sometimes forget that you did. RB was just like a joke kind of the beginning. Yeah. Sure. I'll do Barbie. And they had all the seventh avenue designers would do an Oscar de LA Renta Barbie. And Donna, Karen Barbie, and whatever. And I said, yeah. Sure. I'll do a Barbie but I can't just do a cocktail dress. I've got to do something that people expect me to do otherwise why do a Barbie to start with. So what did that mean? Well, I did I did Barbie that was kind of share like, but because they weren't paying her to be share share I made her blonde. Completely blind, which share is a lot of the time. But anyway, it's it was kind of gold, and it was very glamorous. And the Harris pulled back and had a cone with a big long, blonde ponytail, the doll came out the next. I don't know whenever six months later, whenever they do it, you know, it's got be made in China and whatever. But all of a sudden Madonna was doing her tour, and she had plot this big blonde ponytail with a cone, and it was like the dole look like Madonna doll, and it became this huge selling doll and all of a sudden, he's which do more for us. You know. So I was doing these sort of like, like Barbie meets less Vegas, whatever every year. A lot of years group of people. Yeah. Forty some dollars later but I don't do it anymore. One thing that I read, which I was surprised to discover was, you said, quote, the fashion world, never really accepted me. I was always a costume designer not a fashion designer close quote. And I know that you had tried, I think from eighty to ninety three you'd had a studio in seventh avenue. Right. Right. Don't we did good business, but they always, they always thought that I was, I don't know that it was too glamorous to theatrical. And then, of course, I couldn't I couldn't stand do a show bashing show without doing finale that kind of like made him Waco and have a good time and their show pieces. And you'd have a few pieces that you never sold. You just it was kind of good for presser whatever. But has that changed with time to people, I mean, it's crazy to me, I think fashion designer, I think of you, I, I can't imagine that you're saying that the within the industry, they're still that kind of snobby. No, it's kind of changed now recently at the met ball. I, I met all these European designers that were around middle aged. Now, they're younger middle-age, whatever that is that we're young kids in school. When I was doing all these share shows in different kinds of Vegas. Big huge Vega shows and stuff because that was so much fun. And they were watching me, I didn't even know. I knew all their names. They were famous, but when they were in school, they were collecting pictures of stuff that I had done, and they knew who I was and all this nonsense, and I was in California, you know, just jumping out all that glitter. And flash. So they they've now it's now kind of grown into it with the people who are now all of a sudden now, they're saying you were such a huge influence on fashion, and you change the whole look of the red carpet that you did this, this this, and they just gave me the other night for it. So it's you know, a lifetime achievement award. I'm going really after all this years. They finally got it. Yeah. But it's okay, I wasn't unhappy..
"bob mackie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And she had done the photo session for Richard Avedon in the dress. And nobody paid that much attention. It was in vogue, and it was black and white, and all of a sudden and so we send her off. I with her to, to the met ball in both of us real looking pretty good. We were young and whatever, and people were like, oh, oh, visit photographers all of a sudden appeared just if somebody has if they if they're trying to visualize what we're talking about. It's a nude colored. But also there's quite a bit. That's visible very sheer dress, right? All beaded. And then with little little feathers vulture feathers. Everybody thinks they're all mulcher feathers stripped, vulture. And so was that address that you were particularly or not drilling is one that I did that I wanted to, to make a little bit of noise? When we when we invoke bags, Zine vote magazine layout, was interesting. It started at turn of the century and worked its way up through the through the decades to the nineteen I wasn't nineteen seventies, I guess, you know is futuristic what? Ever. Anyway, anyway, she wa-. She is what he what do you think we should wear to the to the metropolitan? And she's all my wanna wear that new dress. Well, of course it was new. It was, it was so see-through and all these kind of divas of a moment. Ribeiro. Dressed up. But not that good. Bianca jagger. Orissa Berenson's in all these ladies that were that moment in time, they were the Hutsi dot CS, and we sat down freelance table, and she had poet guarded forties movies there. And and I just had the best time that night. And of course, I had stuff in the exhibit and she got photographed by million. I mean, share every, every photographer there when omega now we can really do something. And it was in every paper the next day..
"bob mackie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"How did come? No, no, no sequence. Everyone's like sequence come out of my blood or whatever. It just happened that she was glamorous and fun. I used them where I needed them was thirty gainer had her share. But that that was just you do it in the right way, for the right person. Now, people seem to think alike away do that. But it was because of the sheriff because the share shows where right? So can I ask you about a few of these again, just like we did earlier, just like firstly in the comes to mind about a few of these iconic dresses you did with L fits with share? Let's start with the seventy four met gala, this is the sort of nude. Caused the stir. It did it did cause a bit of a stir it a breach. Let me see if I can remember when it came right out. Nobody had really seen her in this dress. It was photographed for vogue magazine for their holiday issue. The met ball used to be, and it wasn't anything like it is now, it was just a party in wonderful exhibit of closed, and it was the Hollywood exhibit. Dan land had come out to Hollywood and gathered up things from the archives and whatever and, and also she's looking over she'd seen the share she'd already been on for a few years by that time. It was nineteen seventy four that the minimum was. So she looked at all our clothes in the way they were made now beautifully. They were made. I mean they were like a tour clothes, and she just got very excited. So all of a sudden here I am practically a beginner I had I had share fits in there at Carol Burnett. I had Barbara Streisand. Enough. It's in that exhibit it was fabulous for measure Alrighty working with Barbara too. Yeah. We. Yeah. We did. I'm trying to think that. So it was in funny late. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Lady on your first Oscar. No. It came out in seventy five but we glossed over you'd already had an Oscar nomination for lady, sings the blue diner, Roth Ross, then three years later, for funny, sixty eight I did, especially with her and got another. Emmy. Oh, my guess, so this, I have nine Emmys now and it's kind of like an one in one Tony nomination. Well, then that will update that in a few days. Okay. So the and the dress from the ball also was the same one that was on the cover of time year later it wasn't a year later. It was just a few minutes, a few months. Yeah. And at that point sunny and share had broken up and I took it to the met ball. Right. And it was fun..
"bob mackie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I liked working with it because I got to design more, but the men any men that you ever talked to about, if it was like there is a furious one other custom from Carol Burnett years. Mrs Wiggins dippy secretary, well, Tim Conway late Tim Conway, who is brilliant, rope that sketch and wrote it for himself and for Carol and he wrote it as an elderly old lady just who is the secretary and couldn't get it together. And we had done so many sketches about. Old folks, Harvey and Carol and Caroline, then everybody would put on their gray wigs and their, you know, their print dresses in their body pads and be old people. And, you know, we've been so much of this, and there was a group called the gray Panthers at the time. I said the gray Panthers have been sending you letters and they're not happy can't, we do somebody different than that because it's gotten. So it's not really funny anymore, and she agreed with me and she's all what should we do? And I said, let's dress like those temps that come in that sit at the desk, and watch the clock and do their nails and don't get much done and don't know how to do anything. And so we gave her a faira Fawcett hairdo and push up bra and tight skirt slit of shuffle. Well, she had walked with her knees together. Now sick out your but, you know it was like one of those things, and she goes, oh, I get it. Okay. And it became a regular very often certain characters in the show became regulars. But sometimes we'd say, oh, we think this could be. Regular we'll do a whole character. And then it just lays there doesn't get repeat escape. But that same thing happened when she was doing her impression of glorious once and sunset Lamar as Nora Desmond. She was Nora wasn't much of a different name. Those eleven years with Cowburn show, then were doing mama's family, all kinds of other things mama's family. I did with red Turner who I later worked with a lot on the share show. But I had to stab the look of the mama's family group and so- Joe Hamilton, who was care were nets husband at the time he gave me some money every week just for having established the original. So I basically didn't do moments family, although I did get an MBA with red, and we tied with dynasty, which was really funny because this is this is like low end low class plenty close. And there was dynasty with all this beads and shoulder pads and whatever, you know. Right. Well, what was it? The I mean, I guess you and Carol to this day. Same. A very special bond. Thank you really hit it off to the extent that you would work for all of those years together. When you I know you were also doing other things simultaneously and those I'll mention in a second, but I mean that's a pretty similar in many ways. You know, her grandmother, brought her up her parents were both troubled and alcohol, and whatever. And so they lived in the same maybe apartment house, but she and her grandmother lived together, and they went to the movies a lot. So she knew all these movies. She's a little older than me. So she knew some that I didn't really know them. Well, but basically, when we would do our movie takeoffs, which we did many after a while, you know, really a lot. We really got it. And I said, well, what if you do this, and then I made her special eyebrows for Joan Crawford. The fifties Joan Crawford. The eyebrows just became the caterpillars, and I think they really grew they were real really. You know, I went to the way glady, and we made little ones on we lace and they glued them on. And she has the best time, she would do anything for a laugh as long as it's a good laugh, we just had her on the podcast, a few months ago and she was she the best she's singing. You're absolute best, but also fun to hear her. Talk about you, and now get to hear you so. Well, that's, but we really she trusted me. So no. Don't black that tooth out black the win over here. That, that one's out the Senator when I think is like a hillbilly number..
"bob mackie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"She was fabulous. That's the thing about her is when she was good. She was the best actress ever. She was just fantastic. But she was just so screwed up with things and insecurities. And I don't know. But Ray now you're working closely with I'm you guys set it off. Well, we hit it off very well. In fact, we became very close friends, and so we did the show and I, I ended up having to do all the course close for sure. And a lot of the guest stars. And we had the best guest stars ever. And because the show was kind of always in trouble. We had different directors. We had different Corey. Gophers different set designers even I mean it just changed as we went along, and I met all these people, these are people that ended up working with and for the next twenty years, fabulous in that respect. And I think right met lies lies. It was eighteen right? I think she had just finished working in New York. The us about forward or one of those shows, I think you had said in one of the interviews. I read preparing for this that it was sort of through the experience of seeing Ray, who was dealing mostly with Judy on that show. Seeing what that interaction was like that you learned. It's probably good to keep a little distance between yourself and your clients. Is that fair to say? Well, I always have I mean, I've always been good friends with clients. But I'm not their best best friend. I don't rush over instead at the end of the bed, and cry with them when they just just stopped, what I do because he was getting calls in the middle. And he did Judy like Tim along and they had a very good relationship, and he made her look at the clothes that we did for her would just like terrific, and she got thinner. So she looked good in them. But, you know, it was it was tough several times in the middle of the night things happen on that show to that woman, and she'd be back rehearsing the next day off to the hospital off to the horrible. I think you said that she had one of the weirder. Figgers that you had to have designed for what was her? She's four foot eleven that's a really short girl and long legs should this beautiful eggs, but really short little body. And so it was hard it was hard. But and somebody when they're that small, everything was small VCR in the old movies as a kid. She was tiny five pounds looks like fifteen when you put it on. It's just has nowhere to go. So I guess the big takeaway from your years, working on that show were just what learning to work quickly and sort of on the fly will anytime you do weekly television. You better work quickly. You're out of a job, and don't I spent a lot of my life, doing weekly Televisa and sometimes more than one show week. The first client that you really became personally associated with would've been Mitzi gainer. I tell you I love Mitzi Gaynor. That was yeah. That was my first star lady that decided she was going to really let me do it. And this is like. Nineteen sixty six she's gonna do review. What was I mean, we now, think of as the place for flashy, showgirl types up was it already that it was already and sheet loved clothes. And she wasn't happy about designer. She had before I think he drank a little too much. But that's another story anyway. We sat down and talked. And I was a fan of hers watching her from the time she was like eighteen in the movie. She was like, well South Pacific was she was already started by then. But when she went to FOX, she was just a kid, and they were like grooming, her to be musical comedy star, but musical, comedies, basically, declined in the next few years, where there weren't very many and if they were they had to be a big win like South Pacific, right? So she wasn't getting the work. She wanted. And so they decided to do a nightclub Mitzi gainer is miss show business. She knows how to entertain to this day to this day, she knows how to tell a joke fishy..
"bob mackie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"She knew how to do interviews publicity and give recipes. And, and she was on art Linklaters house party every week. You know, she wanted everyone to know. She was, and when they know who you are very often when you're voting you go down. Oh, you did a good job. Not even seeing the move that happens. So after these first few years of sort of essentially freelancing, how did you end up with what I think, was the first steady job, I believe, beginning in sixty three with the Judy Garland show, which speaking of black and white, I think that was that was right? CBS was still black and white at that time. So for you. How did you end up there? And I think that was the beginning of another very important relationship. Well, actually, I was working pretty regularly paramount. And then withdrawn the we I worked on some Doris day movies and all those kind of stupid glamour movies that had names had nothing to do with the script, you know it's just the thrill of it all. So they laid me off it was April, and I thought, oh, it's April the beach is good. And I was collecting for the first time unemployment, which I was delighted, and my mother will my mother, my stepmother more than my mother, my mother kind of money just came shouldn't aware, but my stepmother, who was account. And she says, well, how long this job he's going to last. I said, no, it's just last to finish it. And then I'm off. She goes, wait a minute. That was really terrible. Now, you don't have a job, but I know I get unemployment because I can go back to it again. All of a sudden, she realized that was making more just doing this beginning job at this thing, then my father was making it the Bank of America like, not good. Okay. And she ended up working for me eventually, I really accounting office. But so Judy Garland show. You get there and who is the. I'll tell you how that word I met a friend at the costume gills thing and I got to know several of these young designers that were working. And you know, I was at the lowest lowest level of work on that thing. And I was still considering assistant sketch artist whatever they call that thing. So should maybe I don't know. We are not to dinner a couple times. I Finally I can go out to dinner with somebody and talk about things that I'm interested in because usually you don't just go out with people that you think you gonna have a hot date. Does it usually there's nothing to talk about? Anyway, he was hired to do the costumes, for the Judy Garland show, but not Judy Garland. And it turns out that because Judy who I saw going to the ladies room had just finished a film, in England with Edith that he'd have had designed not very well either awful looking anyway. She was going to do duties, costumes for this. And ADA, thin wanna really do television. She's in those days television was considered low class. Yeah, so she came in and the first show we tape, which was not the first one on the air is decided that she would have like a little black Leotard just add skirts for the whole show. And this show they wanted to change your down. Whatever a half a dozen times at least doing the show and the first show didn't look very good, a nice set derail, again, the designer of the show. Of the rest of the show, that's really dressed, those girls up in that Mickey Rooney number for show, had Mickey Rooney on, and we had all these glamorous, you know, kind of dancing showgirls and stuff. And I said, let's make them all really special. And there's poor Judy in her. Little black dress. Which, you know you have to fight for those things. And so we did that. And by the next week Ray was doing the costumes, all of a sudden, Judy was not the easiest person to kind of corral and control, because basically, at that point of her life. She was drinking a lot, a lot of trucks. Yes. And no. I mean when she was great. She was amazing just amazing..
"bob mackie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"She wasn't bear topless, but she might as well she had fabric, and she was pushing Bubis up, it was funny. And it was really we had a good time. And then we had to go fitter, and she had this house in Beverly Hills right on Sunset Boulevard, that had a heart shape pool special has got a lot of publicity. Mickey built this whole heart shaped pool and the whole house. One room was turquoise with a picture of Jane turquoise dress, be based on the wall. And the next room was pink and the next room and she had they, they were taking a shower before the fitting, we're going to fit both of them because they were going to she was going to be a Greek goddess and he was what he didn't have my once you're design had already been shows. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I didn't have any competition at that school right at that time, because everybody wanted to be sports where design, okay? And you know, sit costume design. That's what I'm here for. Well, let's stop there, though, because what point did you decide this was what you were gonna pursue? And how that was when I was ten years old. I decided that so to go up to this college which I guess today is now California Institute of the arts. It is it is it had a big Disney backing at the time and a lot of the artists that they early artists that Disney gone to school there. But then they took over when they just changed the whole school. So I guess had you not got in the scholarship. How would your mom and grandmother have felt about I don't know. I don't think either one of them cared what you, I mean, I was such a weird child that they just figured you better just let him do what he does because he's doing. All right. I got a scholarship. So that was good was the scholarship on the basis every money. So that was good help stuff. You think the scholarship was? On the basis of your sketching, because you were obviously a really great jar from early on. I was two years in this junior college that had a really good art department and I was already pretty good. I was making money, doing strains and stuff around, and the people at the school thought, oh boy. Here we go eastern illustrator. He could be advertising art, commercial art. And then I know I wanna come here to be a costume designer. So the art part was pretty strong to start with it is interesting. Because in some ways, totally different skill sets spiel to draw that beautifully end to make costumes lines and you do. Well, so drew all the time. You know, I live with my grandparents, and there weren't any kids around there were no kids in the neighborhood to speak of sought kids at school. Right. But I was that weird child that didn't like sports whatever anyway, we'll still the reason you ended up leaving college early was because I went back in the fall for the next year and they were saying and this year, we get to do the Kapiti oh shoe competition. And we do this over here in this over there. And I've won them all the year before they said it's time for me to get out of here. I'll just quit a get my portfolio together and it was a good portfolio. And I had to portfolios had one for commercial art, and I had another one that I put together for getting jobs in the studios as sketch Artis for designers, a lot of them didn't draw or they didn't want to, you know or they did huge films. And they had to have help to do all the people in the crowd scenes and all that stuff. Anyway, I did about I don't know half a dozen to a dozen things that were I thought. Very movie, oriented. And I had a friend who was a teacher in the school and look to his stuff. And I went, okay? I can do that. And I did this one drawing. I did a whole lot of stuff period stuff and everything wondering a man in tuxedo. Next tool blonde, glamorous woman.
"bob mackie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Patrick page for eighty sound germy pawprint, proud and a from Sykes for ain't too proud. I think the gut reaction when you see something like this, where you've got two pairs of people from the same shows to me sound too, for me, too proud. Is that you sort of think the other guy has the advantage, except that in this case Andrea shields is such a veteran and then you have these two relative newcomers from eight to proud. I don't know how you pick between the two into proud guys who are both excellent as members the stations, and I think, Andy gresh solution is fine. Intouch very good. But it doesn't feel like enough there to, to merit a win. So the two guys from Haiti's town, both excellent. Patrick page with that booming voice as Haiti's and Andre shields, as basically the MC of the production is the storyteller guides us through, he's the messenger. I feel like it's got to be him. Right. You know, it's hard to imagine a scenario in which he doesn't win as you say, he's an absolutely beloved veteran. The industry with a history fifty or so years in the business. He's in his seventies now he hasn't been on Broadway, and ten years is never wanted, Tony. He's a phenomenal force in not just African American theater. But in theater in general, and I think it's a wonderful performance its plan boy and showy but it's also it draws you in as a kind of conspiratorial aspect to to the way he draws you in the way he sort of invested in the story, but also detached from it that requires a real balancing act, and I think he's pretty wonderful. But if there's a surprise here, I would think it's gonna come from one of the into proud guys and I love Jeremy pope. I think doing that as we said back to back performances in choirboy ain't too, proud is really something and speaks highly of his energy and commitment at this young age. But I was blown away, by the way, he moves the way he sings on stage, the pay off he invested in this very troubled conflicted. Character I thought was great. His performance has David Ruffin if. Had to pick a dark horse. I would pick out from Sykes. All right forms by featured actress musical Lilli Cooper Tutsi in the, Jessica Lang part, amber gray in Haiti's town star styles and Tutsi in the Terry are part alley stroke in Oklahoma, as any, and Mary, Testa, as Eller also in Oklahoma. I thought emigre was great in both the great comet. And now again, back with rich Trafton in Haiti's town. But I would be surprised based on the way things of broken so far, L stroke, or is not the winner, and that would be Sorek in the sense that the first disabled actress in a wheelchair to win a Tony. That would be quite a moment. And I think that's where we're headed. Yeah. I gotta agree. I don't think I had a more enjoyable time on Broadway. Any point in the season. Watching alley stroke are absolutely jubilant. While singing, I'm just a girl who can't say, no, the idea of this woman in a wheelchair who is just. With this sexual exploding out of her. It was almost revolutionary, and it was such a high point in that show, which is often very melancholy, very downbeat..
"bob mackie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"It's a tough category. Not just because of his apps, but I think I would go with Benjamin Walker. He I think he's really an underrated actor and he brings a pay off to that character that I wasn't always aware of imposs- productions of all my sons. And again, it's a very good on samba Jack O'Brien is very good with a large ensemble. And I think he keeps them unified, Tracy Letts does great work and it bending, superb work. But. Jim Walker manages to stand out in that crowd, that to me is worth something I'd have no problem at all if that happened. But my kind of gut feeling is that the one actor from the on some of the boys in the band, who is nominated is Robin days, and I feel like this may be the people may sees that as a place to do it. I don't feel so he's, he's a much love Broadway performance Macaj fall and in the heights. And, you know, he's again, a real trooper I think you did terrific work in the boys in the band, and it would be a very dignified win. There's also a lot of support for birdie carbon who won the city was great one, the parallel awarded the alleviates in London for the same role, but that one it bothers me because I feel like the same way that it's hard to swallow the idea that is nominated, but Tracy Letts as an Laurie Metcalf is nominated, but John Lithgow is not here that birdie Carville, could win and Jonny Lee Miller, isn't even nominated seems a little unfair. But I guess that's the name of the game. And yet, could certainly be it's actually this category probably more than any other is. A place where we might see a disagree surprise. I mean getting lick was great and significant other. I don't feel had that much to do instill among see I really liked him into kill Mockingbird. I love the way he was giving a subtle kind of wink of the linked to Truman Capote, the sense that this is a young boy, who was going to grow into a gay man. I think all of that is very understated and just woven into the performance in quite subtle ways. I also think Brennan around, which is terrific. I don't ever think I've seen him giving on interesting performance. I think he's great in burn this for me burn this. The weakness is I don't think the play holds up particularly well well the guns to my head for the Welwyn. I'm going to go with Robin days, but agree with you. All right. Featured actress in a play fiancial Flanagan for the Ferryman Celia Keenan Bolger for kill Magdeburg Kristine. Nielsen and Julie white, both for Gary a sequel, Titus andronicus and Ruth Wilson for king. Lear the one actress nominated there, there is not a nomination this year, sort of somewhat surprisingly for Glenda, Jackson who won. Year. I think that this seems to really be most people would agree for the shit, and the well Celia Keenan Bolger. Absolutely. She again, someone with a great history Broadway in the last ten fifteen years, she has done, very consistent work over number of productions both plays and musicals starting with the lovely twenty fifth annual Putnam county spelling bee and I think what she does playing scout Finch is really interesting. It's hard for Natalie play a kid, s she's doing one for two forty three years old. She's playing eight year old perfectly never you never question now veracity, the performance and I love flanigan's performance in the Ferryman as well. She may get some traction, the other, you know, I think very worthy nominations, but I do think it Celia Keenan bowl. Yes. Best performance by a featured actor in a musical. Andrea shields eighties town. Andy crowd Aleutian for Tutsi. Good job..
"bob mackie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I tend to just really to answer your question in a long winded way. I tend to really go with what I just got what I think, is the best show of the mall. Also in this case, we agree, the should win and the whirlwind in a very tight race. But I think we're coming in with Haiti's town in both towns that could be spoiler category. You know, for sure for sure. From even out, you know, they, they all have defense. Absolutely. I just think if we have the guns and have to call right now, the easiest to justify but it's it could go on a number of ways best revival of a play the third of the big four show awards. You've got three shows that are closed the boys in the band torch song, and the Waverley gallery and then to others that are still running. We saw all my sons together, and then there's also burn this, a lot of Hollywood talent between these categories. All my sons has an bending boys in the band, had a whole host of folks, burn, this carry Russell and Adam driver, and then Waverley gallery. Elaine may Lucas hedges on Joan Allen, who was not nominated individually. Same with hedges terms of revival of a play. Where do you fall on that? I think it's a tight race. I really enjoyed the oh my son's revival. I think it's very solid. It doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it's a really sharp production, beautifully acted, and burn this. I think. Drivers phenomenally just one of those performances that you really remember everything about is so physical, so dynamic. It's Brando Brandis, guess performance, and torch song. I had kind of lukewarm feelings about when it was off Broadway. But I think by the time it moved to Broadway. Michael Iurie, who was playing the Harvey Firestone character had sort of stepped out from that shadow, and made the role his own in ways that I thought were quite beautiful Mercedes Ruehl was great. I think it was a terrific revival. So this is a strong category. But I do think it's going to come down to a clash between boys in the band, and the Waverley gallery, both of which are terrific productions. I love Kenny Loggins plays. And I don't think the way really gallery is his strongest, it's maybe his most personal. But I also find we've seen this kind of territory, so much indie movies particular always eighteen versions of this play at every Sundance. And I thought it had its limitations. What did have that I think was incredible was Elaine May's? Yeah. Hormone. And I think it's also quite beautifully directed by Lila Noyer Bala for me. Joe, Allen's emission from the featured actress category is one of the big crimes of these Tony nominations. But if I had to go for production process revival might pick would be boys in the band. I think that that is as that you're should win. Absolutely should win. I mean first of all, politically, it's inconceivable that ten years ago, we could have had this play which has been equally vilified and celebrated by LGBTQ audiences over the decades. Some people think it's great. Some people think it perpetuates the ugliest kind of stereotypes, but I think what Joe Montello did in directing, this beautifully cost production was to take a play that is potentially problematic and show us via compassion for the characters for the situation, they're in show is the context, the social context of what created these men and their hangups and then euro sees what made them bitter and aggressive with one in. Other that, you know, there's as much hate as love as much self loathing as celebration in it. And I think all of that is what made that production, very complex entertaining and rewarding. I think that does seem between those two for the will win as well though it's unusual certainly not unheard of it all, but unusual that you would have this between a bunch of shows that have closed, but I think there's of the two that are still running..
"bob mackie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"bob mackie" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Jimmy buffett i don't know what they did they kind of messed it up a little but i think it's going to have a tour natalie it's it's not dead totally right going to go out on tour and actually i believe that they're going to be forming at the national fireworks fourth of july celebration in dc can do better than that i thought it was going to be a big still be right here they knew at very quickly another show coming to broadway we are keeping our eye on the share show musical about share it opened in chicago last week the reviews are kinda nixed for it but they have a lot of time to pull it together problem is the review said the best part of the show bob mackie's costumes geno those outrageous camp costumes that mackey share well there are three different women who play share at various stages of her life is young share there's sunny and share share and then their share the pop diva so so my fingers across because i have a lot of friends working on that show we hope they pull the share show together before it comes to new york all right when we come back you're not gonna believe what some cops were called because of what some kids were doing another this our last segment every every day is the outrageous stuff so this is an outrageous story coming up but let's check on traffic with sydney way hey michael and joe watch out for delays on these sound cross bronx by jerome avenue the left lane is out with an accident also george washington bridge outbound upper level with roadwork taking the right lane until two thirty hitting inbound things are looking pretty good ten to fifteen in at the lincoln both directions the holland tunnel about twenty twenty five both ways alternate side parking rules aren't effect and on long island sconsin highway with the closure both ways in the.
"bob mackie" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Appeals court has thrown out a fifty five million dollars verdict against johnson and johnson in a lawsuit by woman who claims she developed ovarian cancer after using its town page products the american civil liberties union of indiana praising federal judges ruling that temporarily blocks a portion of the state's newest abortion law order temporarily blocks enforcement if indiana's requirement that medical providers reports detailed patient information if they treat women for complications arising from abortions are reporting provisions that the aco us ken fox said was too vague term abortion complication is defined so broadly that it covers potentially anything that can happen during an abortion planned parenthood says the law is the latest attempt to erode access to abortions the state argues the ruling which is still being fought in court is a blow to transparency in women's health jeff monosso fox news towns and other evening wear born by carol burnett share in cal welsh going up for auction the clothing created by fashion and costume designer bob mackie who has been honored for his work in film television and the fashion industry julien's auction says the exhibition will be displayed on the queen mary two in august with the auction taking place in november lisa lacerra fox news radio it's a very simple procedure mister we're just gonna make one small incision here and we're going to go in and remove your sixty seven corvette that it's just a gallbladder you don't have flack paying a cash so you might have to sell that sweet little muscle machine.
"bob mackie" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The the costumes actually is the showstopper there's one scene that focuses on the legendary fashion designer bob mackie who was actually in the real bob macky was in the audience last night wow the the scene about the costumes is the best part of the show it show stopping people went nuts during the scene and you know what a show that's about share shouldn't be stopped by about costumes true the rest of the show needed to be as good as that one scene dean was there any was there any scene that was like you think i could be a set a singer when she met sunny and well with your mom and i wanna be a star is that sort of thing could be a star and get off the farm i don't know if we can do it and sunny is like us together babe you you don't guess what song comes after that cliche by the books it's a little bit cliche i wouldn't say overly cliche but there are so many things happening that the show just seemed so scattered and she has this magnificent collection of songs and for the most part the songs are abbreviated versions of song i get you can't do every song in its entirety but there should have been like lake mama mia tatas the stage show like jersey boys and other release accessible shows like that you can't do a lot of the songs is terrible and give the people what they came for they wanted to hear man blown up to pieces and perform magnificently the way a share does and what they did was they took many of these songs and did kind of somber acoustic versions of them in order to further the story so the show is a little bit on the sambre sign do you believe in love because none of us do anymore i just want to believe in love you know what if i could turn back time to the beginning of this segment so it's it's very misled i got one more you don't have adopted you know where i met share we're both born in the wagon of a traveling show are mama's used to dance for the money that through grandpa did whatever he could preach a little gospel sell a couple bottles at dr good you know the drill and the badly the recreate the sonny and cher tv show and the share tv show they hit on milestones in her life it's very nostalgic the performances are really good but man the these producers in these writers need to trim this thing down before it ever hits new york i hope so share herself snuck into town this past weekend and i love this so candidly said that the show needs work which must've mortified the producers and the promoters of this but she's one hundred percent correct the show needs work so it's fun it's fun it's not perfect till july fifteenth before it goes to the big apple movie we got to see this weekend uncle drew is funny i i went in completely skeptical it's where these nba all stars all dress up and senior citizen makeup and latex masks in wigs and all that a basketball movie gonna bring the old team back together again and teach these young bloods about basketball and about life and about the wisdom of seniors sounds incredibly dumb well it's it's a simple in pleasant how good but this this movie has so much heart that really surprised me it's very very sweet movie thanks to the athletes not so much the actors the athletes did an amazing job dean philis be plus on that one and there is the gritty sequel to sicario that comes out today sicario day of the soul salah sold dotto that brings back a josh brolin and benicio del toro together not only working to fight the mexican drug cartels but the we've into the story undocumented people coming over the border and terrorism it's it could be ripped from the donald trump stealing children that holding will you will be thinking about donald trump quite a bit while you watch this movie but it is beautifully shot wellmade amazingly performed super serious super violent dean's list plus on that one what is the before we run out of time here which we did two minutes ago what is what is this.
"bob mackie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Of calling uh i feel bad for you lie i love you i almost got a little emotional watching him uh his press conference um well i agree it's time to move on and work i don't like what i'm hearing is uh gino smith is the innocent bystander i don't know why people are batch of him so much and four bashing him for that he argued benson eu live not one john what has gino done you tell me okay would gino who wants to work with great route now he's plus twenty he's twenty seven zero unproven i'm excited to see what he got his job growth is false he was the starter who lost it because the injury i still think the jury is still out on gene gino mif any okay two years starting with the jets he he did start for two full seasons you believe that there are still more to find out about gino smith uh you allow with terribly for a few years or more europe your fear very fill out on gene though he might not be a good number of bob mackie's do in a preseason praised gino but he's a starter in his lee so he's uh pretty much uh born along for what he said in the pre season to me but i feel bad for eli i just don't think you just enough business he's a back up i well gino started thirty games like i said he started two full seasons and then lost his job twice to ryan says patrick so if you believe there's more and and you know what maybe gle has gotten so much better with the giants the hard that is not you can't hide from is that gino is going to go out there with no number one wide receiver no number two wide receiver no real running back at a porous offense of line and so the issues that the giants have which they are now kind of scapegoating onto the back of your life meaning are going to be cheetos the defense has showed up the last couple of weeks kind of because of their manhood was tested but the defense has been nonexistent for most of the season it's still a two and nine team it's a bad team so in gino.