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"elaine stritch" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

03:43 min | Last month

"elaine stritch" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

"My God, it's so on. And so specific, and I was talking to somebody I'm like this is for such eight hyper targeted audience of people that that are either musical theater, people or fans, or whatever, but then I've also seen that specific documentary and get all of the other things and the rest of the world is a what is this? Totally, you know I my very first audition for television show was a show called the Ellen Burstyn show and I got it. Which is insane? And this is in Nineteen eighty-five and So, and it shot a New York, so we did thirteen episodes and. Ellen burstyn played my mother and Elaine stritch played my grandmother. Yeah so I got to work with her and Allen. Who's incredible and Knicks actually gotten to work with Alan to? But Elaine and I got to be really good friends and so i. I currently have two books. I have one autobiography of her on her and then her another book that she wrote that I. Am going to read, but I don't know. I just really honestly like there are so few people like that who are truly one of a kind who? You've just impossible to describe to other people and she was one of them and she knew Cole Porter. She worked, who knows reporter? She worked with. With no coward I mean it's crazy. Brando and Brando. Tried to date her, but anyway she she's just. She was just so funny and amazing, and really the most exciting performer of music that I ever saw live, I mean she was just. It was the when she did her show Elaine stritch at liberty on Broadway the, so that was. Fifteen years ago, yeah. It was so incredible. What Nick had never heard of Elaine, he know anything about her and so. I wouldn't say I had to drag in there, kicking and screaming, but I had to drag him. They're like. So I could see that. Have and so there we are, and we're in house seats, and you know the lights go up and nick kind of squirmy and. Heavily sighing and Watch and I mean. She walked out on stage. You know with the white shirt on and no plants. And the heels and mic just sat bolt upright in his seat in this big smile spread across his face, and stayed there for the rest of the show, and he was a complete convert by the end I mean she. She so incredibly compelling and so fascinating stories, our life, and what she's gone through it or losses. All the you're just like. What a life, yeah, and endear listener if. If you watched thirty rock, and you're not familiar with WHO Elaine stritch is. If you watched Thirty Rock, she played Alec Baldwin's mother She won an Emmy. I mean she. She was on many. APP deserves. She was very funny on thirty. Sell, great on that show. Did you ever see the other one? That's kind of like that, but. Carrie, Fisher's one woman show, yes. On. Yeah the Geffen to not now thinking. Maybe we were at the same show, but I I'm not issue. I wish will Ben Tree. I was sat next to Mike Nichols..

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Remembering Harold Prince, Synonymous With Broadway

The Frame

04:18 min | 1 year ago

Remembering Harold Prince, Synonymous With Broadway

"Musical Michael guest all that coming up on the frame news comes today that Broadway director and producer Harold Prince is dead at the the age of ninety one according to a statement the musical theater giant died in Reykjavik Iceland after a short illness a prolific producer prince had his hands sculpting some the most endearing and enduring musical classics including West Side Story Sweeney Todd and fiddler on the roof. Jesse Green is the CO chief theater critic of the New York Times uh-huh any join me to talk about Herald prince in his career in musical theater. I started out by playing him a little bit of a tune. You might have heard before from west side story what Prince again as stage manager and producer not as part of the creative team of these shows. It's important to the rest of his career that he knew how to put shows on and not just how to artistically lead them and in west side story and some of the early shows we're seeing more of a matter of his taste which was different from the taste of a lot of the people working at the time then we are car sharing his artistic vision which came into play a little bit later the modern musical can be very political and have a strong point of view. I'm thinking of maybe Hamilton or we're going to be kind of a political and completely bland like Disney's beauty and the beast what was Herald Prince's bias but he was certainly interested in talking about the real world within the theater he was not only talking about it but bringing that to the forefront so a typical thing that how prints how prince show would do would be to invert the usual way you would get information in the great musicals of the Golden Age of Broadway you would typically get a story with characters that suggested a theme what Prince and his collaborators started to do in the seventies in particular is to flip that and begin with the theme and then fit the characters and plot around it so often you get these concepts musically that don't even have very much of a plot in and some people would say even characters but have these very powerful themes that people related to an example would be company where the team is marriage and you don't even really know exactly what's going on for most of the show. I'll play a clip from company. This is Elaine stritch singing. Here's to the ladies who lunch stay smart are again rushing to their classes in October. What was his reputation in terms of working with actors like Elaine Elaine stritch well. He was known as a pretty good disciplinarian. I'll say that much but you had to be if you were going to work with Elaine stritch and the kinds of people that he I chose to cast and that came from the fact that he had been producer and often was the producer of his own show so he had double quote with him whenever he went into that rehearsal room. I WANNA to play a clip from a New York Times interview with Prince that you have up on your site now. This is him talking about the aftermath of a nervous breakdown in its youth. I came to my my parents and said I think there's something really wrong. It's just a black cloud over everything and within a space space about three months it began to go away. The legacy of it was that I I came out of it. A different person extremely ambitious. I wanted what I wanted and I was Gonna get it. I can't help but think of another contemporary prey Broadway producers Scott Rudin right now who is equally driven. Was He really that driven was he. I guess somebody who would never take no for an answer. He certainly it was driven but he actually was terrifically enthusiastic and generally very positive. I actually was his apprentice at one point in the <hes> in the eighties and and I got to see him at work and I never saw him fall into those bunks that most artists do there was always more work to be done on the current in project but more than that he would have two three four five other projects in various states of readiness as you

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

Extra Hot Great

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

"It's inspired by original cast recording colon company, which I had known. I've never seen it. And then the last one any given Saturday afternoon, which is like a bowling documentary spoof from league of ordinary gentlemen, starring one of the Detroit or so and in Dexter. That one was really good to the other ones. I just kind of find that. I was like, you know, just kind of nodding my head. Yes. Yes. I see what they've done there. But I really the ones that are funny. I not so hot on the ones that are just well-crafted. Molly do agree. I mean. Yeah. Like, they're very well crafted, and I feel like I do the what would you call it like the emotional? Grunt the point in granting. Yeah. Right. Like, yeah. You know, there's a part of me. That's like, oh, look, they exactly replicated the cinematography of this documentary. But. Not always laughing necessarily about that just kinda like, oh, yeah. Job yet. There some that. It was mostly the back half of this season that like I did admire the craft, but it was like, then I sort of lost interest in it. Once I figured out what the craft was designed to imitate or peyot Bosch too. But coop was so amazing. And that's what I'm talking about about both loving and sort of having familial contempt for. Better. Yeah. Renate at least gold's vary. What a good sport. Like just making sober new. Feeder cases on like, the camera is not like this will not be reflected in the recording. But just these like big is last row faces they were so, and it's always nice to see. Urbana yak. I love that guy. He just looks snarky just sitting there. Very please, Richard kind. He's one of my favorites in. So funny. This one is fantastic. He so he's so good. And the songs are so perfect. They're like unbelievably brilliant and how not quite good. They are at in that way. It's a hard thing is that I made I remember when I was charged at an advertising firm to recreate a bad late nineties website for campaign, and you know, what it should look like, but actually to actually build it while you're a good designer to build a shitty and make it look Efendic is really hard and y Matic kudos to marvel for kind of pulling it off with their captain marvel nineties website movies. It's pretty good. It's pretty good and this thing. Yeah. Yeah. I thought coop was great. And for the reason that Sarah said like none of the performers are winking about it like they're being they're being those characters. They're being those actors like cooped up in the studio for twenty four hours or Cording this album for a show that they find out while they're still there just closed. And Paula Pell is Elaine Stritch was so funny. I mean, it's just like top to bottom amazing..

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Are you knees buckling what I'm? Well, I'm getting like excited anxiety, all of the turn to the room because there were her saying they're already in rehearsal. They were doing side by side. When I walked when I walked in the building and. As I walk in, I see everybody, but my eyes doom in. Of course, I'm Patty who, by the way looks incredible. Yeah, she's had hip surgery. She looks so good. Honestly, she looks younger than she did in warpaint. Yeah, she is so quick and with it and stabby aunt Hinchey dash him move. She was all over the place with hip surgery. Yeah, because it's done hip surgeries done. So she was just zooming all over the place. It was so incredible to see her so quick and with it, and you know, not the, I know she must have been a pain when she was doing warpaint, you know. And I was talking to her a little bit about that, but then they did what's the song you can drive a person crazy, but it was they were doing this on that. They were rehearsing before we got there? No, it was. It was side by side. Is the three. The girl group? Yes, seeing it instead of the boys, whatever song it was. I'm fucking this up, right? No, you could drive curse person crazy. They did. That that was amazing to watch. You could drive a person crazy. Usually Kathy April, Marta, the three boys now to it, they sing it to Bobby, right. So then they were like, okay, well, we're gonna do one more song before lunch, and I was like, okay, I just got to watch that. By the way this production is going to be brilliant or Patty was in the room at this is in the room. Yeah. She came over to hug me and I went back to put lipstick on and then they set up the bar. They set up a table at a bar. Then Bobby, the girl, Rosalie, Craig, who's playing Bobby, sits down and then patties sits down. And then she starts doing her lines and it was great because she was forgetting her lines and asking for lines and just to see her work was like, oh, thank God. The dialogue of the dialing. Then she picks up the Cup and says, I'd like to propose a toast. Well, that was it. That was it. I lost it was like she not get to it, and she just started with his two ladies and that was it. And then by the end of the song when she's everybody, right, she's just got tears streaming down her. She's fully in it and she stopped went, oh my God. I had so many realism realizations in this number right now that I've never had before and she's done it a million times she did at this time. I think eightieth birthday party to Elaine Stritch. She she really something about the lyric about the song in that moment, and I found out after it was done that. She wasn't scheduled to sing it. They hadn't even rehearsed it yet with her. It was the first time she sat down to do that. That's why the whole cast. When I turned around, they were all in tears, like seeing Johnny because she started getting into it, you felt the raw emotion because you know. That song is really about your midlife. Yeah, you know, you're pissed off about everything that's going on around you. You feel left out. You feel like the dialogue going into it basically says, I'm too young to be old, and I'm too old to be young up, stuck in this purgatory, you know, and then to see Patty, do it was unbelievable. And then you know, we talked for a little bit and she then she and the company sang happy birthday to me and it was like, wow, this moment is not. I tried not to have any so happy for you. This is such a great gift for you of all the gifts in the world. I think this is probably the best one. It'd probably God would you deserve. I don't know if d. is what it was a long enough. Just like you said it's right. You said to her, I would love to have you on our pot. I said, to who come to LA. No, you're, you're in Connecticut. She's like, you can't even Manila all the time. I said we'd love to have in the pocket, this done. Here's my number on my God..

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"And then he would be really amazing again and very fun, golly, like and get her back. And then he'd go back to being horrible. Then they divorced. And then he never. He never really left her. He came over to our house every single afternoon, and she would make him lunch and he would hang out sometimes through donor and into the evening. Did you think about his career when you were going through your career? She must have been a probably none of the stuff you're planning to talk about. This has gone down a very, very interesting different road. You know, I know I didn't think about his career. I thought about my own just trying to hone my own talents and developed my skills, you know to the as best I could. But I will say that when I first moved to Los Angeles, I moved here in one thousand nine hundred. Five was twenty six years old. And I was here for a very short time and the first television show that are dishes for was a show called the Ellen Burstyn show starring none other than Ellen Burstyn and. Starring Carol Burnett and Ellen Burstyn played my mother and Elaine Stritch played my grandmother, and we shot thirteen episodes of that in New York. And anyway, came back to to Los Angeles and my father called and announced to me that he would be moving to Los Angeles and I needed to get him an agent. And I said, okay. You know, listen, okay. I'm have the the balls to say no, or, you know, get your own agent or don't move here are you know, I'm not your. I don't know. I just was confused and I was trying to help and do a total people pleaser, you know? So he did. He moved out. He got an apartment a block away from my apartment, and I was with ICM thought agency at the time, and he had a crazy headshot. That wasn't cute. And he was, you know, sixty years old ish somewhere in there. And he didn't have any credits of note, and I took it to ICS them and they were like, we can't. I mean, we can't really do a lot with your dad doesn't really. He doesn't have a real or he doesn't have anything on film. He doesn't have credits, really. He's slick kind of a hard type to cast. And I said, okay, and they said, but how about the voiceover department? So the voice over department I see 'em actually took him on, and so he did have some voiceover dishes and that was it. And then after about a year he became very, he packed up and moved back to Oklahoma City and a half saying he would never set foot in California again, and he didn't, you know, at the time, nobody said like nobody said anything to me. But like after the fact I know people have said like, I just couldn't believe it when your father moved out to Los Angeles and blah, blah, blah. And I'm like, well, why didn't you say that to laying? Nobody said anything like I was just out there like trying to get my doubt into show business. It's kind of an only child thing to not have any place to not even think to run it by somebody somebody else. 'cause you're just I, like you. you'll with siblings. They're used to having like a special coven that they encircle whenever there's a question in their lives, especially a family question, I just I didn't have that and nobody's nobody ever set in my mom for whatever reason. I'm sure my mom was fit to be tied about. I'm sure she was furious about it, but she didn't say that to him or me because of, you know the way things were because you know, you didn't want to incur his wrath. So you know, that was a cute year. And now we're can comedy..

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Elaine Stritch auditioned for the girls okay here's Another one tell me your you. Would consider yourself a casual fan of, very very casual very shallow this would surprise even the casual is to fans. Number. Three Again of the things that are supposed to surprise even. The biggest fans of the golden girls what although the show takes, place in, Miami the. Home that we see featured throughout the series is actually in Do you know this Holly Okay maybe not maybe I'm. Just so assume everybody knows Throughout the series is actually in. The Los Angeles neighborhood, of Brentwood that is. Not news we know that well that's a no brainer any exterior shot of a. House in a sitcom dating before the year two thousand it's almost always going. To. Be a. Shot. Of a house in Los Angeles Yeah the Brady bunch studio city the golden girls Brentwood leave it to beaver probably was something in Brentwood as. Well or someplace in, Hollywood it's all fake. Bradley Jay I continue on the list of things that are supposed to surprise even. The biggest fans Holly are you surprised to learn this as a casual fan Number four Obviously the ladies love cheesecake on. The, show, well duh in. Real life do you know the truth to this? Particular factory this is like this is like bargain-basement golden girls fact one on one like this is stuff that I knew and thought I was special about knowing back in like the nineties because that was before you know where pedia that was when you were in the fan chat room.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on Who Charted

"Buy it just rent it for like three bucks four bucks more how much to buy it probably like fifteen like who do that why i don't get it yeah you don't like or like rented rented while it's playing tape it on your yeah that's what i've been telling people you know just pirate or stream it if you have like items or spotify what's special you've watched more than once more than one side you're on for me it's gotta be maybe ban ban tambourine by chris rock i watched i don't think i've ever watched someone maybe delirious back in the day wow fact way about about yeah yeah i think i watched what's her name it was a one person show though oh reno no kathy griffin one woman show when did it come out big really we'll see her name never mind boca reader roseanne barr he's not a comedian o j k rowling her one thing she's things broadway things ladies who lunch through elaine stritch that's right fifteen years ago yes you should do a cabaret show like that yeah maybe it's called cabaret i mean i know it's that's the john that's john yeah yeah i'd love to see that she's good she's like an old broad i like old brawd will broad and she has got a good voice all right wreck good let's see what's coming in at number one yeah now bone why tau is pick dream wife with f you you.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"Poem through town what did you do well i i gosh d is that word thou i do it the way i'm not the way you went down oh my god lovey she said listen she said my friend played me the podcast where you shuttle shuttle the end the girl talk about you said some really lovely things about me and i really appreciate it and i said well we meant every single word of that can you come on the pod cava great now she's of course in new york but about to go to london for the production of company which i'm getting myself over there to see it's different oh don't like i have chills and joanne obviously she ended the lady oh my god let's everything's hard on me yeah yeah yeah your nipples it was a heart i have goose mea i am going there to see la poma and the bobby is a female wow i'm nodding like i know what you mean a 'cause you've never seen ever seen company actually it's not a success on broadway it's one of my favorite sondheim musicals of all time right i love it i love it so much and they're still living together perking up from companies no that's from promises promises this is what is from company latest launches from company on trying to think of what else you might know i because everytime here company i just think bobby cutie you know not getting married not getting married investment in mary today vera from mel's diner was that original vera from mel's diner the oh that would draw yeah was the not getting married right right in the broadway elaine stritch obviously was the joanne right ladies who lunch yeah okay so being alive yes that's the other big on the show stopper yeah so boys to that was andrew rannells he i don't get to you're going by patti lupone way too quickly yeah okay padukone it was great she looked great and dishes new hip she says choudhary audie she's back on the state she surgery before she did the thing i didn't know and she was back well we we had dinner at that place above joe allen's which is the new allen's but apparently what might what dak window or whatever you call him his name yeah he's.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Dot com in the story about little palmer who was eleven when his grandparents sent him off to angel tree camp he had a he had a rough rough life as a kid just a tough childhood he said my father threw me down the stairs told me i was worthless i was never going to amount to anything between the ages of five and fourteen after his stepfather was sent to prison palmer was ordered by a court to stay at his dad's house where he was abused verbally physically and sexually at school he was bullied he said when he went to angel tree camp for a week he shot i discovered it all changed someone love me god cared about me and he said even the life was still happening out there it was still hard i learn stuff happens for a reason good or bad so what i learned and the reason i'm just feeling so grateful and phil boys of course our boss how i just could i do should i do this should we really i mean should we ask people to and then i said wait a minute you get this opportunity to send hundreds of kids to summer camp they're gonna learn the gospel they're gonna learn what god's love is like they're going to get away from this awful life that they're in were they happen to have a parent who's in prison you know we've all had stories we all have our like the great elaine stritch used to say we all have our bagger rocks we all carry around our bag iraq's we got a lost my parents when i was young you know and i and and other people have had lost parents to alcoholism or whatever i mean people that tough tough things in their life this prison this ministry you're sending a child to experience the great outdoors and all the great.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on WLOB

"In the story about little palmer who was eleven when his grandparents sent him off to angel tree camp he had he had a rough rough life as a kid just a tough childhood he said my father threw me down the stairs told me i was worthless i was never going to amount to anything between the ages of five and fourteen after his stepfather was sent to prison palmer was ordered by a court to stay at his dad's house where he was abused verbally physically and sexually at school he was bullied he said when he went to angel tree camp for a week he said i discovered it all change someone loved me god cared about me and he said even the life was still happening out there it was still hard i learn stuff happens for a reason good or bad so what i learned and the reason i'm just feeling so grateful and phil boyce of course our boss how i just could i should i do this should we really i mean should we ask people to and then i said wait a minute you get this opportunity to send hundreds of kids to summer camp they're gonna learn the gospel they're gonna learn what god's love is like they're going to get away from this awful life that they're in were they happen to have parent who's in prison you know we've all had stories we all have our like the great elaine stritch used to say we all have our bag iraq's we all carry around our bag iraq's got a lost my parents when i was young and i and other people have had lost parents to alcoholism or whatever i mean people that tough tough things in their life this prison this ministry you're sending a child experience the great outdoors and all the great.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"It's how to be amazing i'm michael ian black when you think about theater at its best eat lives in a kind of electric state he can be a vibrant and startling experience in which every moment onstage has been mind to its core but it somehow has to remain new every time it's perform and that's a very very hard thing to get right my guest today the great american stage and film director and writer jorge seawolf has spent a career getting it right from his early successes with the colored museum jellies last jam and the first broadway productions of angels in america parts one in to do his work helming the public feeder soon after its founder joseph papp died where he directed among many many other plays bring into noise bring into funk to his more recent work directing for example elaine stritch at liberty shuffle along long the immortal life of henrietta lacks for hbo in now the iceman come with which is about to open on broadway pan stars denzel washington george c wolfe has made a career out of finding truth and presenting it as unvarnished as he can to america and it is my delight and honor to welcome him to how to be amazing hello hello hello so happy you're here and excited but it is daunting when you're speaking to when i'm speaking to somebody that i consider as much a philosopher as anything else and i was watching you in many interviews speak about truth and speak about using this work to find the truth in it made me wonder is there a truth in any production that you're trying to find or is the truth.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"We'll seena tells us on let's army they'd was a little bilo talks here and there are a little fowler just like everyone else in west went man did you imagine they just sell it they just sell bo talks on their menu then i it say chicken enchilada with the side of both talks get some ray case about toxins vaginal rejuvenation hosted by billy lee we then seed lee lee says near chandeliers and she so proud of them she showing the msa jack subsidy do you like it do you like the chandelier rule cat it it's a sex scene accent chandelier sock yeah it's like a plastic sandal lear in like a medal with a metal top on although it's very i think it was there before but let me say this from shane spain and he's a genius snia elaine stritch with and then santa liam make up not just to make up an artisan craftsmen he's a chandelier beshir it's like a habit dashanpu chandeliers i just made that up on thai witty through lack of shelter lear tapering frayn's jacks i would like a glass of kerosene please it's for the chandelier gadgets like it has candles and there are long ago i will tell you the end of this czech because we are not in that police yet tax so visa is carrying over her real hafeza beverly hills forgiveness issues to the show on beverly hills who won't forgive somebody for saying something she doesn't really understand it a party she was map and now she won't forgive tax for kidnapping jacks yosi's she's like i think i'm going to bring huge vegas because you need you shadow me and then what it's like to be in the vanguard pump regime so here's one of our soldiers now what say you soldier.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"When mary tyler moore died i i kind of reminisced about her impact on my psyche as a professional you know how to comport yourself as a professional single young single professional woman but then going back i think rosemarie probably had just as much so you know just like being in a man's world and you know never really um she would often appear with carson you know a armor one time carson showed as a kid she was in the wc feels movie international house lau and they they portend that television is coming in they tune in and they're sees this little kids singing this hot mama earth song and as a as the as a portent of things to come and and carson showed that clip and that she walked in all begnaud oh oh well she had a good long life that was good run so wait for your left all right we're gonna we're gonna track that elaine stritch there's a documentary about her shoot me antione robert were joan rivers there's a documentary about her a piece of work which was just fabulous th at them or wondered want to see a strong women there's three survivors is it that is as examine that is outstanding so now should we have a word from our new friends said aid so we got another sponsor we do know can hot yes i would like to thank anthony m virna who is now are new a sponsor virna law and that's the are in a verte law pc focuses on patent trademark copyright and advertising law for businesses and create licensed in new york and new jersey they help clients around the united states and around the world.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Rock almanac what's going on fans of rock into a role at your powerball frequency enemy to take you on a trip back in time to this week in rock and roll history starting in 1963 when the beatles released the single i want to hold your hand their first on capitol records 1968 led zeppelin the in their first us tour supporting panella fudging spirit at the denver auditorium in colorado tickets go for five dollars in 1973 ac dc make their lives debut appearing at chequers bar in sydney and this week in 1979 the legendary al from a floyd the wall gets number one on the yelp jarred me oh no there's your look back at this week's rock almanac is the mark simone show one seven ten wor in for mark here's michael riedal and good morning traveling battling through this frog in my foot this little cold that i have a we were talking about the great broadway actress says she was a good friend of mine uh one of the funniest people one of the sadc's people i knew elaine stritch and jan john's calling and i think you knew a link to denture jim i i worked on a tony award and yes as a standin and the here that we had moved to the curse wouldn't theater um i believe that was the year that we had didn't have the born host we have several host oh yes that was that was kind of a disastrous tony awards because it had no focus and all that they well he appalachia yet but.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"We do this not because it's our job but because this is about our veterans lives this is our mission more than three hundred thousand was working as one together with families and loved ones no matter where they live in this country will be there we all come to go and stand together to serve our we stand strong united stand with us and caring for our veterans wdbo traffic and weather together tied 495 northbound we're still looking at delays in two kleeman curve have elaine stritch and between filled up ccupied can namings road muscat traffic jammed up right there half the philadelphia pipe inner change and back around the flame on curb good spot trying to board can't we already have a lotta trap don't you will choose to the taliban larry in both directions and pledges from the day just kind of the classic lunchtime traffic through there but now we have an accident nor failed to a to how melt eleven in a row that is adding to the delays in that area so that twice now because of its fight the china released if he can your wbal delaware accu weather forecast mostly sunny skies with a high forty three degrees today partly cloudy skies lows thirty four tonight and then for tomorrow wilder still with a high of fifty two under mostly cloudy skies partly sunny thirty nine time for the rick jensen shelled on the one one seven fm 1150 am w g l is live in jersey it's time this is richards hoover mr xi thursday runs in the news at no cost he's a little way up today to you by crushed and wine and spirits room street add conquered avenue also in middletown on crossing microphone behind him on my dear guy no you couldn't hear about it was a visual jo i wish we are streaming live on hayworth wrong with your microphone maybe it's backward i'm looking at me with in your microphones backwards yet so i just i just leaned over internal microphone around so it's forwards dealth take to hello everybody and it's live radio piece german uh equipment old old the well it was again a few years on it the microphones look the same coming and going which on where you are like except for years they're telling a pain in brooks defence i realized that they were doing in a matter of of.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Many hours should have been a lot more feature films i that he wise anna unfortunately who kill teddybears rulings that wires in india at the arm things for anybody who's career involvement in hill anybody's career pat the so in arab there's a reason why it's more in a cult several groups being this helps to be out like with the criterion it's at center something like that i think the other stood up person in this one is acting stands up to me is elaine stritch fantastic group by act up choosing company eric during this one has a credible cut a lewis but adb acuity and is that cutters sleazy underbelly to it which we call on glittering the movie i really like a big bills early it's not just somebody bring a script and catching your chick she really does exist in the role in a really look that still are desperately yeah she's like this glamorous ball buster c c survey's out sake and ending either i lived in such a great work for it said because this spill fills it's it's already at obscenity it feels like everything the film fills very authentic at yet stylized which i love it when somebody can kind of combined as tier serta contrasting elements together yeah the movie bruce really look budget the cup simply particularly crammed what's lots of people to a small space to make it look like a much begin not club the disease and there's a couple of jews women approved and things like that the cobra really love sings or people dancing the '60s.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Kim and insist on can we work towards nobility you know can we like move but with the big sick and perhaps the reason why that felt like it was native lly part is because it was a true story and camille was playing camille emily was at the monitor on the the true story was was literally with us on and commando was serious you know he he he wanted to approach being an actor in the movie with great ability is that something when you choose roles you try to sniff out it by by the scripture by conversations if there's if there's something pure and the dna of of the of the script that will that will filter down through all raffin now i don't have that luxury i wish i did yes i do movies for too many different reasons sometimes i need the money you know uh i've somehow they will movie for the dow they while they're offering me watt okay very honest statement know and because that's that's the real world that's that's life on but it's funny in light of what we're talking about of of you know what the film business look like after i had fulfillment to that reality now yes but you know what there's an honor in that because that's that's real life and i you know i deliver a privileged existence um but not too privileged keno and i've been you know it's like a elaine stritch with bet to stephen sondheim song what is it some of the you know sometimes it champagne sometimes as pretzels and beer whatever those lyrics for i'm kind of butchering them but that's definitely my life i mean i definitely been you know i've been you know on the party and and and then not and um sometimes i miss the party but i also like being part of really really the the the real world gives me much more on food for my my work new york city gives me more gravitas more just like here's the the real life the seeing being.

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"elaine stritch" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"elaine stritch" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"A court to me a horse of horror hooker gets paid for her you know the horror ho same thing but i don't have a problem that's who i was you're absolutely certain on that i think that's a very smart approach and i feel eggs you know it because it's also at the end dates like everybody's got their own bag iraq's right not event that abuse of apparently elaine stritch has has been used to stay to her own he used to say to her like elaine everybody's got their own bag iraq raqqa and it's very true like once you know you kind of like an open person abate you discover all of a sudden everybody's got some fog shenanigans sure and the you know really it's about like the death of shame in a way kind of like you know like the world is like it's lastgasp of like we will falcons shame new ran everybody's like now you're now i thought it was about to be over them they and with this i can't be share your people to feel things that people can do that can be can you retard your ability to make money you know if you if you're mia if if you're a if you're what you sell as your trust worthiness people can you know put a damper on trail but i can't be shamed though you can't be shape now at otagao a well as you as an actress mrs were going to wrap it up with this what would be the the the role of a life term view as as we're talking of the you could probably do a good sandy dennis movie who was i am rate actress and soul she just so open it you could feel her when she when she at her thing.

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