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"falstaff" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
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Tottenham vs Manchester United highlights and reaction
"In the Premier League Tottenham Hotspur taking on Manchester United Finish Spurs. One united one. Craig Burley Stephen Nickell on frank, leboeuf. Replaced on that Game Craig. Let's start with you one one fan. Well, thank you deserve something that the game that we played No. No surprise that taught them were Clinton deep. That's what he did before the lockdown. That's continue to. But I thought you know journey. Passenger falstaff the shift. The Ball quelques PAS and particularly sweat. You play doughnut, right hand side where? You know for them. They were trying to exploit Maguire in Shaw. who comfortable for long periods but? You know all ultimately. Goal which is a really good one from United's perspective, and Maguire and couple of glory now. He made some changes then in April you know greenwood definitely poke pogba Mehta. Devon's and taught them. Just started this deep so I I think united at least good for point. Of course pro on ensuring the second half Franken in performance that you want to see more of his United Fan. Yes definitely you made a huge impact. When he came on and play for like thirty minutes and we saw was Fernandez that he was. He could make a very good pair and I want to see more of course, more involvement, but. E creed the penalty eventing. Maybe we're going to talk about it I don't think it was a penalty, but E was It was good. We had good mentality, and we know how good he is and how? Big Can before Manchester United. He's gotTa start now from now on Stevie. No, I don't think so it didn't. It didn't look particularly strong I. Mean You saw closeup? Italians and he was blowing. Pray heavy for the guy who. was playing for half an hour so clearly. He didn't start because he's not. He's not physically strong enough to settling. Play a whole game. Solskjaer decided to bring him on for a Hafer. Which is actually for? Makes, him look good. Clearly, the opposition were were running a steam. When you can bring on Sunday we're has ability. Then that's good forever body. It makes him look good and of course. Gives a team a left. I'd have to see on the other Tondo taught. Them. have. Marine is GONNA. Play this we all the time. What she certainly looks like. He's going to have to find a playmaker because he doesn't have what Eric Lamelo as much as you have the ball. He come come pick A. I don't know whether he sees a possible, even if he does it come pick it and he kept giving away and how? Kate must be thinking Oh my goodness. For the on percents shop. Physically, not he must be thinking while we actually going to do this game and game out because if he's going to have a tough time getting goals.
The Vanishing Act
"My podcast. Last Friday about Billy falstaff who in nineteen eighty eighty two h eleven vanished in front of twenty. Two adult witnesses turned up fifteen hundred miles away wandering in the Shiloh. National Cemetery in Tennessee E and WHO. I finally tracked down as Drummer for the Union side. During the civil war was killed in the battle of Shiloh in eighteen sixty two. I've I been bombarded with two kinds of emails. Those who were skeptical of the story despite the facts I provided and emails wanting me to investigate a vanishing gene based on personal knowledge will there was one email that caught my attention. It came from the daughter of Karl Hayes Democratic senator from Arizona Zona. It's important to note the senator as passed away at age. Ninety two and nineteen seventy and that in one thousand nine hundred forty. Two is only child. Patricia Hayes was was born and is now seventy seven the absolutely unbelievable incident that she recounted occurred nineteen sixty one she when she was nineteen her father. There was a key figure though out of the picture and her promise not to mention any details of what she had witnessed anyone until fifty years years after his death. Some quick math assured me that indeed it had been fifty years sensors passing the incident though. Incredible in itself is almost overshadowed Out By the length of government dent President John F. Kennedy went through to cover it up. It was a Saturday morning. June nineteen sixty one and senator. Haitian Jason Walking up the steps for his office in the Capitol building because it was a Saturday who's bringing his nineteen year old daughter long and for the most part the steps and surrounding the area was deserted. Halfway up the steps Senator Hayes was approached by a man asking for a handout pattni email so the stranger was ten or twelve feet away hey and two steps below. She said she remembers her father producing a ten dollar bill. Now remember this is nineteen sixty one and the homeless were far less prolific prolific and numbers. Anyway she said the man took two steps up was on the same level as she and her father but still about ten feet away when he stepped forward closing the distance in reached out to take the ten dollar bill he vanished pass says her father was frantic quickly looked around including up in the sky then took her by the hand and together they ran. The remainder of the steps hustled through security and locked the door. Once they were in his office for Father Older explained that he was afraid of laser activity. Remember this was also the Cold War and she was driven to their home by security officer. Pat explained in her initial shaw. Email that although she was really spooked by the event on the Capitol steps. It didn't hit home until her father came home that evening and swore her and her mother her to never speak of the event she ended that first. Email asking me if I would be interested in creating a podcast around the event might response was was a resounding yes but only if there was more than just the event that I needed proof of the abandoned facts invalidated the proof. Her response was that she could provide advance places determined that the banishing did not result from a laser but it would be up to me to validate those events and places probably through the freedom. Him of Information Act okay. I'm game her. Next response. Came in a letter it was short. Lock up the S. T. R. C.. And get back to me with what you found. I've mentioned previous podcasts. That I get some of my research facts for why a that would be freedom of Information Act and they usually. I was fishing for for specific reference. But in this case I requested information on the S. T. R. C.. Forty one days later received a two page response as usual much of the contest was redacted or blacked out in this case. I could tell that names had been blocked out but remained was that S. T. R. C.. Stood for Space Time Research Center. The center's location was blacked out but the date of its defunding enclosure was nineteen ninety ready to research on space and time was enforced by the president. Though I know it was Kennedy by the date has name was redacted in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. The funding he'd set up ran out and was reappropriated by Congress at the request of the ad see now the Atomic Energy Commission which has been around since nineteen forty six. It was president. Truman that put the commission in private hands rather within keep US operations regulated by the government some earlier research on another story revealed the ADC had ties to area. Fifty one. But that's the side from the documents of the I. A. Showed Space Time Research Center was under the umbrella of the T. S. slash. Sei c-i-s a top secret label. That was as need to know as it gets from all this I knew for sure that the S. T. R. C. Did exist and that it conducted research into space and time and that it was all top secret but it lost his funding and was closed down in nineteen ninety two. What I wanted to know was what the S. T. R. C.? Discovered if anything from the research so I asked promised I sent the result of my findings through the freedom of information at indeed showed the. Start was a real place. I asked Patricia Hayes and a letter for the next x bit of information that would lead me to the conclusion reached by the SDR see. Here's the kicker I never heard back from Patricia Hayes. And here's the strange inge part. I found after a little research there was no. US Senator Carl Hayes a Democrat from Arizona. Therefore no Patricia Hayes the email wherever she was she used got no response and when I called the number that showed up when we talked by phone it had been disconnected. But someone out there wanting to research the S. T. R. C.. When I mailed the freedom of Information Act with specific reference to the SDR are seat? I did get a response. So was a story. She told me about the man vanishing fabricated like her identity and simply a ruse to gap to inquire into the existence of the TRC. I I don't know this story left me with more questions to be sure than
"falstaff" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Welcome to catch myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid chrome four months ago. I did a story called where to billy go. Usually my stories stories have a beginning middle and an end and kind and his kind of a conclusion in this particular case here just four months later and I've received an interesting email that I will reveal on Friday. Today is Wednesday the twenty second and I want to re tell the story and some of my methods for for collecting information and doing research and on Friday. I will reveal a very interesting response to this story that I think will surprise you because certainly certainly surprised me since I first began this podcast. True mysteries at the Pacific northwest. I've renamed it kiss miss and mysteries because I ran out of strange H.. Mysteries in the Pacific northwest did about one hundred fifty. I've done over two hundred stories. At this point they've ranged from vampires sitting in Oregon to you flying saucers in the school yard in Australia. I've validated each story with research that involve police or F. B. I.. Reports correspondence with firsthand. Witnesses this is an occasionally. I talked or emailed with individuals that experienced an unbelievable that in the rare event that I consult the Internet Internet. I will locate three sources. Do not know each other but have corroborating testimonial during the research process I've been told to cease and desist by law enforcement mm-hmm and attorneys. I've been hung up on. I've received emails telling me to back off for the most part. The reasons have been at the individual or family member. Doesn't I don't want to rehash details. What to them was a disturbing event? So today's podcast. As I mentioned talk of this podcast is why did four months is ago and have just our received an interesting response which I will reveal Friday the twenty fourth. But today's story where billy go is by far the most bizarre story I have run across because it is so unbelievable. I decide to relate some of the steps I've taken in an effort to make sense of it. All this is a story. We have an eleven year. Old Boy who vanished from just outside Tucson Arizona while performing in front of twenty two adult witnesses he is discovered seventy two two hours later wandering across a civil war battlefield. Fifteen hundred miles distance in southwestern Tennessee. The site was the Shiloh national forest I and military park. He was discovered by tourist taking a tour who identify a district vigorous looking like a child more on this in a minute. It all started when I was scouring some thirty-seven-year-old F. B. I. Files. I haven't blocked that in a long time hoping to find something intriguing. When I noticed under the child abductions section the case involving a young boy he'd been abducted in one thousand nine hundred eighty two from his Arizona residents and located in south western Tennessee wandering in a state park three days later? What caught my eye? Aside from the distance involved is that this wasn't marked as a kidnapping and there was no ransom call the FBI were brought in when the child was discovered in another state. I managed to get my hands on a heavily redacted. Police report anything anything. This old has been archived and available on a special website that I have access to anyway. The report related how the victim and three other children were in a field performing jumps. On on their stingray bicycles. The report described that the children had built a ramp and each would perform a jump over the stack of tires at the other end of the rap. Twelve tourists visiting the nearby town of Oatman Arizona. Twenty two residents including the children's parents parents were in attendance seated on homemade bleachers. The victim was the last to make. The jump is by crashed on the other side of the tires but he was nowhere near and could not be found. He had vanished before I go any further. You need to know that police. FBI reports reports made available to the public. Investigators like myself are cryptic to say the least heavily abbreviated and redacted or blacked out. Especially when a child is involved involved often there are more black and lines than there are complete sentences. I contacted as many residents of what virtually became a ghost town. The Volkmann as I could of twelve phone calls and several emails I had one hit after fifteen minutes of small talk. Mrs Jones said she remembered the incident. The incident written up and said the boy's name was billy something. I promise not to use her name. That's why the Mrs Jones she also confided that I should talk to to William Howard who she thought saw the boy vanish. Another couple of phone calls nine located Mister Howard in assisted living center outside of Apache Junction Arizona Persona. He was ninety four but very alert after much program was able to remember. Billy's last name as falstaff. He said like the beer after contacting attacking the county sheriff's Department the Office of the FBI located in Phoenix and coming up empty. My next move was to contact the folks that oversee the tours of the Shiloh state military park Tennessee were billy was found again. Nothing with no other ideas. I reluctantly decided to bag the story but four days days after making that decision I received an email from escondido California wanting to know how my investigation into billy falstaff was going. The email all came from a woman whose father had passed away. Two events prompted her to contact me I at the funeral. Several re-enactors of the battle of Shiloh. Who who were on the tour with billy was spotted and they had heard about my inquiries related them to her second while going through her father snows vials journal well? She discovered that he was the doctor. That treated billy at this. I assume that the boy might have been treated for shock and said rather emailed us much. Her response knocked me out of my chair. Her father had removed a civil war. Era Mini ball from the boys upper thigh. I E mail back asking if she meant bullet. Her response was an emphatic. No it was a mini ball and she found it wrapped in wax. Paper stapled to the top of a journal explaining the injury. I asked her if she could take a picture of the Journal. And the mini ball and send it as an attachment. This is just getting better and better. I punched billy's age agent. My calculator added the elapsed thirty seven years from nineteen eighty two to twenty nineteen to come up with his current age forty eight but stopped short putting the calculator he later away. He vanished April six. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty two exactly to the day one hundred twenty years since the battle of Shiloh. I had to find right billy. Assuming he'd been taken back to Arizona. I ran a check on the name. FALSTAFF I only found one in the region. The individual had no connection through contact contact with law enforcement and CIC check one. Billy falstaff was in Marian penitentiary a medium security federal prison in Illinois. My problem prisons are are notoriously tight lipped. When it comes to giving out information about prisoners I submitted a form question physical characteristics sir scars? Who received a brief description? That could have been anyone but was rewarded. When the description included a scar on them right upper thigh fading and unsought to have been caused by something when he was quite young? This was my boy but I figured I'd taken the story as far as I could. My last effort at communicating with him was a letter addressed to William falstaff care of Marian. Federal Prison Forty five hundred person road. I received response twelve hours later. But not from William a a man of few words emailed me asking what my interest in William falstaff was several emails determined. I was communicating with an FBI. Agent William had escaped just days after my form was received a question of physical description. I had an interesting story in a series of events at linked together her giving credence but nothing really solid dealing with phone calls. Receiving emails does not truly make a story. But I just couldn't let it drop. I assume that Billy's parents were deceased or at least out of the picture but someone must have known him between the time. He was discovered in Tennessee. And his incarceration in in federal prison. I started this new search with child protective services. I narrowed Zona than in Tennessee. People that might have been involved. Were retired KNOL. Paul records had been archived for the most part sealed. Get at IRA reexamined my progress since first scanning the F. B. I. Reports realized just that I'd been conducting what amounted to a missing person case. Surprise that I put knowledge that a doctor had removed a civil war era. Many Lieberthal from Billy's THI- out of my mind. It just seemed to weird still decided to take a look at children involved in the civil war it was a simple search to determine airman the preteens as young as ten were often horse and wagon. Tenders never really fought in any battles. I contacted the museum at Shiloh military part for any information on children involved in the battle next. I placed ads in several newspapers Tennessee Arizona asking for information on William or Billy falstaff. I actually received a call a few days later from Virginia falstaff Smith Billy Sister Jackpot. My first question was the most. It's difficult did she know that billy had escaped from prison. She laughed and said he hadn't escaped. They'd lost him that they have been transferring him from Marianne a medium medium security prison to a minimum security and when the bus arrived wasn't on board after few awkward moments. I continue by question. This was not oughta happy person and after a few questions she let me know in no uncertain terms that it was going to cost me to continue. I let her go and thirty seven years. He must've two how to girlfriend. I felt if I could put together. Billy's character I might be able to track and by employment. The problem was what I did in Arizona. I had to do in Tennessee heavy. Knock my door pulled me away from my computer. I checked the time was almost six. I opened the door and stood facing a young man man of about thirty. That could have been salesman until he opened his mouth. Well that's where this part of. Where did billy go? And I know it's Cliche to say but but the very exciting end where billy go will air Friday the twenty second kits myths and mysteries where billy go was produced here night. Owl Sound Studio Studio and brought to you by the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library and I'll creek cabin and writers getaway at Al Creek Cabin Dot Com. Check it out. I'm Kit CRUMB. Thanks for listening. Talk to you Friday..
"falstaff" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Anheuser Busch and Falstaff a really smart when prohibition ended all they had to do Alvin greasy told us is they just simply disconnected the alkalis someone prohibition ended gas who had beer are ready to go when people were allowed to buy it legally Anheuser Busch and Falstaff all these other breweries they didn't have anything ready to sell in fact supposedly at the Falstaff plant unforced Park Avenue it's now actually twisted root micro brewery they actually a near riot because they had beer ready to go with legal amounts of alcohol at the end of prohibition that people actually were sorry almost have a riot because they sold it all out to Anheuser Busch and fall staffer ready to go also very importantly a lot of the other breweries they had let their wooden casks get moldy sell their beer tasted terrible Anheuser Busch all their equipment was all ready to go so that's why they emerge so strong after prohibition and is now schools are set naps nav Sigur said at the beginning of the story most of the breweries buildings went away the fifties and sixties although if you walk around some south city neighborhoods you'll still see remnants if you know where to look you might just see a little circle where the snow is melted and that's an entrance the old sellers prohibition one hundred years ago it was just getting under way cable X. news time is seven twenty six and coming up at the bottom of the hour historic village of prairie to Roach is trying to secure its future I'm Brian Kelly I'll tell you about the plan village leaders will unveil later this week you've got all kinds of hustle like get the job done.
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"falstaff" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"John Morell did it. All the Calgary playwright made a name for himself with the Second World War drama waiting waiting for the parade which brought to life his interviews with women who had worked on the home front while their husbands were fighting overseas his productions since were wide ranging dipping into opera translation adaptation and more. He died this week. After a long battle with leukemia he was seventy four years old in two thousand sixteen John Morell spoke okay with the. CBC About one of his final plays a reimagining of the last hour in the life of recurring Shakespeare character. Sir John Falstaff. I felt the need to To to give falstaff his last hour to show what happens. We hear it reported in in Shakespeare's Henry. The fifth we hear other people talk about how he met his untimely end or maybe timely and but it does feel like false falstaff last hour for Shakespeare is a bit of a footnote or an afterthought and I just thought well we old guys. I mean I'm I'm in my seventies now and if falstaff was in his fifties which is likely He was the equivalent of a seventy year old so So I sort of wanted to give him and maybe give myself kind of good exit saying you know Canadian playwright John Morell speaking with. CBC Calgary's David Gray about his play. Fat Jack Falstaff last hour in two thousand sixteen. Mr Morell L. died of leukemia this week. Anita Majumdar is an actor and playwright. Who was in John Morales? Who was John? Morales prochet through the governor. General's Performing Arts Ward mentorship enter ship program. We reached her in Toronto. Ms Majumder my condolences to you. Thank you go through your mind. As you hear hear that clip of John Morello reflecting on his play fat Jack Falstaff last hour. The thing about John was that in his self deprecation of Sort of referring to himself as an old man and referring to his immense Manson long legacy in Canadian theatre history. He was actually really young at heart ahead. A real curiosity for the work that you normally family finding in artists who are just beginning their careers and I think his approach so work was always with his mindset that there's still room to expand the sort of underlying definition of what it is to make theater what it is To Be Theater you I met Mr Morell at the Kennedy Council Fiftieth Anniversary in two thousand seven. Can you tell us what you remember about that evening. I remember being A one of the few people who didn't know Most people in that room and John and I had been seated at the same dinner table and John didn't make me feel like I was sitting next to the Great John Morale. He sat next to me and we talked for the entire evening. And in my memory of of that dinner I also think it was just him and me sitting at this very large table in this in fact not true true There were very many people at that table. It's that we were the last people sitting about table because we were there till midnight just talking to one another you later. became his T- through the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards Mentor Ship Program. What did you learn from him during all of that There's a lot of things that I learned from John. One of those things was most definitely having really clear boundaries between professional and personality. It's not that he was a slave to the work and Sacrificed his own family. He loved his family of his extremely clear. Every time we we met and spoke and work together but he also had a separate space for his work That when he was was in the throes of being a writer and and how selfish second sometimes feel that he cleared separate space which was away from his family so that when he was with his Lupton once he was really with them. You know in an interview with the Globe and Mail about your partnership. He said that he hoped to learn. Just as much from you as you would learn from him Do you think that happened. Can you tell me a little bit about the professional development. You experience working together. He what he said in the Golden Male. He'd said to me on numerous occasions that for him this mentorship was a was fluid would in its direction that he was equally eager to learn what what I could offer and and to see play writing and making plays through through my lens which was very different from his. At the time I had been writing a show about shade Azeem in shade them. Is You know the the experience. For instance warning lighter fairer skin color and that was an experience a John hadn't had and it was one that I was very well versed in. It was a very immediate for me and things like that burgeoned into talking about our experiences of also also being Canadian playwrights But that that came from you know deep within us from places generosity and and deep kindness or at least a desire to be kind and desire to be honest. I think that's what we shared but our lenses are what we're different. I imagined today a lot. The people across the country who know and Love Theater are thinking about his impact on the Canadian. Theatres seen But but more specifically he was very committed. Did to Calgary in Calgary theaters seen. What do you think accounted for his particular affection for for the theater life of that city? I think it's a where he started. I think it's where his family was. It was his first point of migration when he he left the United States. I think it also speaks to the actual theater community. In Calgary it's it's hard to leave There is a remember. He hit once told me that he had a job offer to write for days of our lives. In your but New York wasn't home and it wasn't the right fit but that he entertained it and you know entertain the idea of moving his family there But ultimately you know to the end of his days it was always cow grave always out BERTA. Yeah so you've shared a lot of wonderful memories with US already but as you're thinking back on your time together and your your friendship. Is there something that stands out for you that you'd like to share with us I remember when away staying at the Banff Centre Center and I told John I'm I'm I'm not sleeping very well And because he had been the director of the theater program is he's really familiar with the territory and he had said you know when I first took up the job I was told that there's a lot of spirit activity in this area that you know we are on a land that many indigenous people don't actually live there because of this kind of spirit activity and Justice Justice. He told me that we saw coyote cross across our path Because we were driving in the car and he said it's a very special place ace and maybe it might be in your in your interest to just have a moment to understand that there. There's as an energy in a in a life force that is that is a greater beyond you and it's It's what I'm really holding onto today. Thank you so much for sharing that with us. I appreciate it thank you you too. Anita Majumdar is an actor and playwright in Toronto. Her Mentor. John Morell died this week week. He was seventy four years old..
"falstaff" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"John Morell did it. All the Calgary playwright made a name for himself with the Second World War drama waiting waiting for the parade which brought to life his interviews with women who had worked on the home front while their husbands were fighting overseas his productions since were wide ranging dipping into opera translation adaptation and more. He died this week. After a long battle with leukemia he was seventy four years old in two thousand sixteen John Morell spoke okay with the. CBC About one of his final plays a reimagining of the last hour in the life of recurring Shakespeare character. Sir John Falstaff. I felt the need to To to give falstaff his last hour to show what happens. We hear it reported in in Shakespeare's Henry. The fifth we hear other people talk about how he met his untimely end or maybe timely and but it does feel like false falstaff last hour for Shakespeare is a bit of a footnote or an afterthought and I just thought well we old guys. I mean I'm I'm in my seventies now and if falstaff was in his fifties which is likely He was the equivalent of a seventy year old so So I sort of wanted to give him and maybe give myself kind of good exit saying you know Canadian playwright John Morell speaking with. CBC Calgary's David Gray about his play. Fat Jack Falstaff last hour in two thousand sixteen. Mr Morell L. died of leukemia this week. Anita Mitchum Dir is an actor and playwright who was in. John Morales who was John. Morales prochet through the governor. General's Performing Arts Award mentorship enter ship program. We reached her in Toronto. Ms Majumder my condolences to you. Thank you go through your mind. As you hear hear that clip of John Morello reflecting on his play fat Jack Falstaff last hour. The thing about John was that in his self deprecation of Sort of referring to himself as an old man and referring to his immense Manson long legacy in Canadian theatre history. He was actually really young at heart ahead. A real curiosity for the work that you normally family finding in artists who are just beginning their careers and I think his approach so work was always with his mindset that there's still room to expand the sort of underlying definition of what it is to make theater what it is To Be Theater you I met Mr Morell at the Kennedy Council Fiftieth Anniversary in two thousand seven. Can you tell us what you remember about that evening. I remember being A one of the few people who didn't know Most people in that room and John and I had been seated at the same dinner table and John didn't make me feel like I was sitting next to the Great John Morale. He sat next to me and we talked for the entire evening. And in my memory of of that dinner I also think it was just him and me sitting at this very large table in this in fact not true true There were very many people at that table. It's that we were the last people sitting about table because we were there till midnight just talking to one another you later. became his T- through the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards Mentor Ship Program. What did you learn from him during all of that There's a lot of things that I learned from John. One of those things was most definitely having really clear boundaries between professional and personality. It's not that he was a slave to the work and Sacrificed his own family. He loved his family of his extremely clear. Every time we we met and spoke and work together but he also had a separate space for his work That when he was was in the throes of being a writer and and how selfish second sometimes feel that he cleared separate space which was away from his family so that when he was with his Lupton once he was really with them. You know in an interview with the Globe and Mail about your partnership. He said that he hoped to learn. Just as much from you as you would learn from him Do you think that happened. Can you tell me a little bit about the professional development. You experience working together. He what he said in the Golden Male. He'd said to me on numerous occasions that for him this mentorship was a was fluid would in its direction that he was equally eager to learn what what I could offer and and to see play writing and making plays through through my lens which was very different from his. At the time I had been writing a show about shade Azeem in shade them. Is You know the the experience. For instance warning lighter fairer skin color and that was an experience a John hadn't had and it was one that I was very well versed in. It was a very immediate for me and things like that burgeoned into talking about our experiences of also also being Canadian playwrights But that that came from you know deep within us from places generosity and and deep kindness or at least a desire to be kind and desire to be honest. I think that's what we shared but our lenses are what we're different. I imagined today a lot. The people across the country who know and Love Theater are thinking about his impact on the Canadian. Theatres seen But but more specifically he was very committed. Did to Calgary in Calgary theaters seen. What do you think accounted for his particular affection for for the theater life of that city? I think it's a where he started. I think it's where his family was. It was his first point of migration when he he left the United States. I think it also speaks to the actual theater community. In Calgary it's it's hard to leave There is a remember. He hit once told me that he had a job offer to write for days of our lives. In your but New York wasn't home and it wasn't the right fit but that he entertained it and you know entertain the idea of moving his family there But ultimately you know to the end of his days it was always cow grave always out BERTA. Yeah so you've shared a lot of wonderful memories with US already but as you're thinking back on your time together and your friendship. Is there something that stands out for you that you'd like to share with us I remember when Away staying at the Banff Centre Center and I told John I'm I'm I'm not sleeping very well And because he had been the director of the theater program is he's really familiar with the territory and he had said you know when I first took up the job I was told that there's a lot of spirit activity in this area that you know we are on a land that many indigenous people don't actually live there because of this kind of spirit activity and Justice Justice. He told me that we saw coyote cross across our path Because we were driving in the car and he said it's a very special place ace and maybe it might be in your in your interest to just have a moment to understand that there. There's as an energy in a in a life force that is that is a greater beyond you and it's It's what I'm really holding onto today. Thank you so much for sharing that with us. I appreciate it. Thank you you too. Anita Madame door is an actor and playwright in Toronto. Her Mentor. John Morell died this week week. He was seventy four years old.
"falstaff" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"falstaff" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"No 'paparazzi wants a picture of me. My plan worked perfectly. I get to be in comedy. And I am completely uninteresting and remain uninteresting to anyone who takes photographs of celebrities. And yet, you probably have all of the annoying aspects of celebrity of can you go down the street without people wanting to take your picture. I get a lot of selfie request. Right. Yeah. How many do you grant? I grant every single one hundred joke really joke. Why is that? Do you take yours? I do it. And I know that. Yourself as as a young comedy fan. I remembered I remembered when I was a young comedy of just fanatic and occasionally would meet a hero, and I was not the kind of person to approach them. But if I did get the chance to I did get the chance to spend a day with John candy. Right. Who I just idolized? It was recently the anniversary of his death. I believe for his birthday recently is one of the two coming or going. Why you cut in there? I don't know. But but that was your choice, and you made it and now we're talking about his death. Interesting stein. Seal ball him. Yeah. But I got to spend a day with him keep going. I got to spend a day with him back in nineteen eighty four. And I remember very clearly that he was everything I wanted him to be he was just full of life. He was Falstaff. He was really hilarious. He was really funny. And I thought if I ever get the opportunity everybody did think this at the time of the opportunity to do what I would most like to do. And I'm known for it. I wanna be when people are a fan. And they meet me I want to show them that. It's a real thing. You know? I don't want it to be orifice. And no, no that that's how I act on TV. But. I'm not really that person. So that's sort of almost a real quasi religious thing with me. Can you tell us one example of a story about John candy where he? In the day. How how many hours are we talking? I got to spend. I was in college at the time, and I was running the humor magazine, and I invited him to come. Visit our he remained Zine because I just doored him and in Boston. And he he said, yes, which I couldn't believe I picked him up at the airport. He flew in remembered him to this day remembered him coming down and escalator holding a paperback they'd been reading on the plane the minute I met him. I thought oh don't bring don't be the nerd who brings up all your favorite SETV skits. But he's so friendly, I started I just brought up the yellow belly was a skit where it's it came. With a song was a parody of TV show about a cowardly. It was like his yo lo Bowie, and he's a cowardly cavalry officer who gets discharged for cowardice. And it just shows him walking down the street and a woman and a little girl walked by him. And the girl says, I think that's yellow-bellied any turns around and shoots them back. It was the hardest. I've laughed as As a kid. a kid. You'd never saw anything that knee that edgy. And there was a song. He's a coward yet. I brought it up to John candy, and he was delightful, and he reenacted it what? And then I have been told by his people you've got to make sure that John candy stays on his diet..
"falstaff" Discussed on WTVN
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"falstaff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"falstaff" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"falstaff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"falstaff" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM
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"falstaff" Discussed on College Football Live
"He at use yet the program that recruited goals twins should keep saw the field just three times in his first two season he wanted to give up its arms he just so maybe is just wasn't meant to be in our my main thing was banned to protect the rim i am just got for store you can't control everything being freshman and sophomore i didn't really understand what that meant as i got older ones like is true you can't control live days until i got the let go let the process itself it wasn't until scout falstaff took over in converted him to linebacker ficci keen finally got his shot last season he tally eleven sacks was named the conference's defensive player of the year he doesn't want to be seen as having a disability he just wants scott by fogel intravenous matter what athletes azerbaijan powder day that we apply not for them up roses and make a difference the get rid of dollars for my uk football pool mon he also earn defensive mvp honors in the peach bowl capping off a very strong senior season four chicane he will now head out to hang out with his brother in seattle where he plays for the seahawks to train for the nfl the all the acci team linebacker tied for fifth in the conference in fact i was the night third leading tackler overall and eat the athlete to pull for coming up the warmer and disappointing season got even worse on new year's day you don't wanna miss lepaul firebomb had to say about his pal jim harbaugh.
"falstaff" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM
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"falstaff" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
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"falstaff" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"falstaff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Our next guest is a legend among the legends in the world of wine as a renowned columnist and failed master of mr heinz reviews were both beloved and fear in vineyards from bordeaux the bakersfield while his extent civil cabby larry no longer echoes through the pages of fancy wind journal's we are delighted to enlist his services as our very own staff critic where this week is wit and eloquence give us the inside scoop on those early release snow tires we are honoured to once again present bertrand falstaff or let's high sorry bertrand falstaff joining lewis i look at lensman winter's rushed radio's nerve fingers of a drunken old rummy retain a better gripped the this discount rubber charade as a scotch blush tumbled from the rumblings such wish finger the winter asphalt slide shrewd of these slick austerer as cheap booze stains the pale shag carpeting the snow drifts or painted with crimson regret blaming the winter thrust nosed harmless meshal nobes at a loss to do more than wearily massage the snowpack making solo original a final on granted.