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"helen hayes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Your smart speaker by seeing play Knbr. Yeah. Little modern hip hop early in the morning Copes. What do we got here, buddy? Little So imagine the stallion's gonna say sounds like yeah. Nicky, You're Meghan. Probably making the stallion. She got show. She'll throw some vocabulary. Yeah, yeah, they get animated. Who's the Queen of the scene? Now Copes. Is it making the stallion Cardi b. Or is Nicki Minaj? Even still in the mix? Yes, I'd say I think making the stallion is going to take the queen now had a minute, but she kind of fallen by the wayside. Nicki Minaj is almost getting into like Grand dame status, isn't she? She's almost like like hell in here in our you know, like Who was 12 years now? Who was that woman who was always called the court? The Queen of the White with a Broadway actress member. I know Paulie. Any awards show you went to the Queen of the White way. She was like the one who's in every bro. I don't know anyone. That's Nicki Minaj Queen or something. I think you're saying she's starting to take that Helen Hayes. That's it. Sam Spear. I could hear him yelling in my ear. Helen Hayes, the queen of the white Way where she was, like a name or Broadway plays, And anybody would be like ladies and gentlemen, the Queen of the White Way. Helen Hayes. I'm like Who's Helen Hayes? Well, listen on Lee, since you brought that name up No more Now, Mark, Let's do some trivial. What's the poly Matt Connection to the Great Helen Hayes? Dude, There's story. After all, I had to pull this out of my nether regions. He remember her name. I do not know your connection. Okay? This is the cell phone. We seldom revealed a little factoid, but it's it's gonna be on the final exam. So you might as well shut this down now, because I'm not going over this again. We've already done this. I'm talking to my classroom. Now we s summer when I was a freshman in college, the kid who lived in my hallway my freshman year, Keith markets in his Father was a big shot from Connecticut who owned the Helen Hayes Theater in New York City. Tremendous That's where we got the game. Six tickets. The Billy Buckner game from the bandits. That's the clubs. Dad. This guy who want to Helen Hayes Theater is the guy who put Paulie Mac and Shea Stadium for Game six. Nicknamed the first Lady of American Theater. She is one of 16 who's gone. He got heavy Grammy Oscar Tony Presidential medal of freedom there. Yeah, from wrong anyway. That's that's Nikki. Now. Nikki's Helen Hayes. And what about Cardi? B? Can we give her is she? You know, Chase Stadium Shea Stadium more than the hell anymore than great more than Helen Hayes Theater. It's more his favorite place. All you have you ever seen a show at the Helen Hayes Theater? You know what I actually have, Um, I have. And I know what it was called, was really good to you Know what it was called? You guys remember that show was a one man show was big in the nineties. It was really funny. I don't know if it came out West, but it was a big deal on the East Coast for it came back out here. Do you guys remember the one man show called defending the caveman? Charlie? Hey, did it Actually he's buddies with my dad. Every coach is the son of a one man show God, And I believe there's a new one. For Brian Copeland. It's not new. It's the revival. It's well, he does this Christmas play every year in this year. Obviously he can't do the theater in the show's in theaters, so they're doing a stream of it. So you have tweeted out the way to that. I want to say I don't want you get accused by your Boss of the plug, Ola, I'm doing it. I'm for it. You can plug it. He was fucking Brian Copeland Holiday a show, So check it out. Everybody. They're trying to forget the guy's name. Maybe it's Rob Becker. That's right. Hopes. That's it. That's his name, Charlie something that was good. That's very funny. It's all about men and women in the whole movie is about like the differences between men and women. It's called defending the cave. I think it started out here. I thought you said it didn't really fit in. I think it started that night. Bell copes Ring a bell? Very funny, very funny. Alan Hayes, go to the show that I don't know. I'm not sure she sat next to Nicki Minaj. Yeah, I could have been sitting next to a young Nikki Minaj from the Bronx. Or I will shoot Queen. Something like that. These rocks all the way, isn't she? You guys confusing, dehumanizing Cardi B right now, I might be, I think are to be in the Bronx. And I think Nikki's queens I think she's queen. Think so. I'll look it up anything. Yeah. There you go, man. By the way, Speaking of explicit song, so little Rory Murphy is now yourselves Spotify. Right. So it does. Now he's obsessed with dub baby and Little Baby Job says to me Because Daddy, do you know how many clean songs the baby has? And I said, What a question Clear zero. He goes to Too. So so, yeah, like that's pretty good. Turns out little baby, I think has won clean something. Nicky Minaj from turned out in Tobago. There you go. We missed on the whole thing s so when she moved to America where they don't like you guys are confusing. I think No. Then then she moved. Polly Mac. Shut up. Holy Mac. She moved to Queens s. I thought well done by one quick. One queens. Dude knows another exactly. Queens. You know, you could do it again. Stadiums. Shit. Just keep going down the rabbit hole to shout out to my compadre Vinny Chase. His independent film Queens Boulevard. I am Queens Boulevard. I am Queen, especially in the rain. I am Queens Boulevard. That's the best you ever coming back. You kidding me?.
"helen hayes" Discussed on X96
"Go first. I know that doesn't seem fair. But we are running out of time. So we have we're getting 1 86 029696. Hey, I didn't tell you a story about evil. Dead. Oh, or do we have? Someone got Dave back? Okay, day there. Alright, Dave, we have tossed a coin. We've determined that Gina is going first. The question. This first question is hers exclusively. And if she gets it right, she gets the point. If not, you get a chance to try to answer the question. If you get it right, then you get the point. And you steal the point away. We'll go back and forth like that until somebody has three points, okay? Gina? Yeah. Which now famous actor appears in the evil dead. It's now famous actor appears in the evil dead. Is it a Lucy lawless? Be Helen Hayes, First lady of the American Theater. See Bruce Campbell. Or D dame Judi Dench. Well, he's the famous famous for his chin and his acting. That would be Bruce Campbell. Arrigo Verse Campbell Fabric Very difficult. It was one of them for Gina. Let's see if we can find a difficult question for Dave Dave. Yes. What movie poster can be seen in the cellar in the cellar of the cabin in the woods that they're in. There is a movie poster that can be seen in the background. What is it? Is it eh? Gone with the wind. Be the hills have eyes. See Farris Bueller's Day off. Or D. Howard the duck? I'm going to go with gone with the wind. Incorrect Dave. Gina, you have a chance to steal is that the hills have eyes correct dude to nothing for Gina. She now controls the question and Dave's Let's say fate in her hands. What is the name of the book that is in the cellar? Was the name of the book that is in the cellar. Is it A Is it a the art of the deal, he said. It would be easy unless it's Dave's question. Does it be the Necronomicon? Is it see Harold sticks a purple crayon way up his nose? Or D, the Satanic Bible. Well Nick Roma Necronomicon, Come be Necronomicon. Necronomicon go. She wins the game in a cakewalk. Sorry day. We'll see you later. Way had such a hard time getting Dave on the phone twice. He fought. He fought.
Washington - WATCH Awards crown ‘Producers,’ ‘Time Stands Still’ as best of community theater
"The Washington area community theater honors were supposed to be held last night at the birch beer of course that event was canceled because of the pandemic but the watch awards a still revealed its winners online Helen Hayes awards are for professional theater and the watch awards are for community theater these are folks who don't ever get paid for your literally working your day job from nine to five or whatever and then driving straight to the theater until midnight production coordinator Jenna Ballard says Best Musical went to the producers by the little theatre of Alexandria while best play went to time stands still by the wrist and community players LTA has got the ability to put on the big shows like the producers Reston's time stand still the set was just really stunning overall dominion stage one the most with seven for last summer bluefish cove hopefully all of our companies will be able to come back and produce great theater when were able to gather again here are full chat on the B. two B. dot com Jason Fraley WTOP
Andrea DeLong-Amaya, Women Working in the World of Plants
"We continue cultivating places. Women's history month interviews. Were joined this week by Andrea Delong Amaya director of horticulture for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at the University of Texas. At Austin it is also the botanic garden for the State of Texas Andrea has been on staff for over twenty years and has more than thirty years of experience in horticulture. She Guides fifteen staff members in the design and management of nine acres of Native Plant Gardens. Two hundred and seventy five acres of natural areas and in native plant nursery. She teaches classes in native plant horticulture and writes and presents on her passion for the field widely. She spoke with US late. Last autumn to share more about the history and work of the centre including it. Being the legacy of another extraordinary woman ladybird Johnson Andrea shares. Her own enthusiasm for this field of work. Welcome Andrea Hi. How you doing? I'm great how are you wonderful? I'd love for you to start by describing describe the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center as visually as you can for listeners. Who may not have been there. And then we'll talk a little bit about your specific work there Andrea Sherr so we are in a South Austin and in the middle of Texas. We're in a part of the state that we refer to as Texas El country or the Edwards Plateau which is a beautiful beautiful part of the state. Of course Texans will say every part of the state is beautiful but I WANNA say text. The central Texas area is particularly beautiful especially in the spring were really renowned for having excellent wildflower displays including the Texas blue on it which occurs all over the state but the central Texas areas particularly flora for us in the spring. And so we are like I said in Austin and the site that were on is a public garden where about two hundred and eighty five acres. I think we actually added a little bit more In the last year or so and it's a public garden where we feature plants that are native to the state of Texas. That's the site now. The organization is bigger than that But the gardens here. We're demonstrating hell different. Native plants can be used in different kinds of landscapes different kinds of styles. We have collections of plants. From different parts of the State we are the Botanic Garden Texas. So we're trying to increase our collections to represent other parts of the state as well as the central Texas area so we have about nine acres of cultivated gardens and then we have a sixteen Acre Texas Arboretum of trees So those are the horticultural areas in then. We have natural areas in The other parts of the the property And that the natural areas also include some research areas. We have some Areas where we're doing Land Management prescribed fire treatments and different kinds of land-management to see how that influences the vegetation. Yeah we can talk more about that. If you're if you like definitely definitely I will i. I would love to get into some of the specifics of each of those areas you just described but before we get there. Describe your your your job there what it entails and may be the trajectory of your twenty years there. Andrea. Yeah well. I started as a gardener appropriately and really enjoy working outside. I mean I've always been interested in being outdoors and that goes way back to my childhood is probably most people who have an affinity for the natural world That usually starts childhood so I grew up doing things outdoors with my parents particularly with my dad. We'd go camping or canoeing. And I remember having a field guide of of wildflowers weeds that surrounded our area where we lived and that was great. Fun everything from astronomy to birds and lizards and insects. Just everything is so interesting And I just find that the more I learn about things the more I'm fascinated and in awe of the natural world so that's just started early but it's just been a long a lifelong interest in learning more and observing more. I mean I laugh. We have a big picture window at our dining room table. And that's our TV. We don't have an actual electronics of the Inter House. It's overlooking a garden and pond and we just sit there and watch the animal antics and what's blooming and it's great fun and it's a nice way to slow down in our fast paced world That's a that's a big part of what I think. Nature does for me and for a lot of people So you started as a gardener. What year was that Andrea and then tell us about the progression of your rules at the Center Which clearly you progressed in because of your deepening curiosity and ever expanding knowledge base. Yes so I started in December of nine hundred ninety eight and Worked as a gardener I've guarded in most of the areas that we have in Under cultivation over the years and at some point we had Position of gardens manager was available so I moved into that and then I don't know maybe fifteen years ago I transitioned into the direct report culture and Unfortunately that means a little bit less guarding than I used to do. But it also gets me in a higher level of designing decision making which is very exciting and allows me to have more influence over some of the bigger picture things that are happening And then overseeing the natural areas arboretum and the nurseries also been pretty pretty fun and adds different interest to what what I'm looking at. Yeah so talk about Before we get into the specifics of some of the programmatic areas and display areas there and then the research give listeners. A history of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center when it started what it's original mission in scope was of course the wonderful woman for whom it is named and by whom it was founded in its original iteration and So that that people have an understanding of just how much bigger is then. A Garden appreciating wildflowers. Because that is a fabulous mission but it's it is much bigger than that so we're very blessed to have had the visionary Labor Johnson as founder. She founded the wildflower center. Initially as the wildflower research center. The National Welfare Research Center and that was an endeavor that she took on with her friend and actress. Helen Hayes which a lot of people don't remember that part of of the history but it's Kinda Funny Mrs Johnson didn't feel like she had enough name. Recognition Systems of Helen Hayes. And so her mission right from the beginning was to really try to understand an unlocked the secrets of wildfires in native plants and understand how they grow and that was the original research. The the wildflower center did at that time and so that was a nineteen eighty two so the organization started back. Then we moved to our current site as a public garden Before it was more just a research site with some portables but it didn't really have botanical garden kind of exhibits. Someone moved to Our current site in one thousand nine hundred ninety five that was really a big focus of making the space Amenable to guests and having exhibits that people can interact with and having educational programming and really elaborating on that when she first started it. Why we'll just remind listeners? She was of course the first lady of the United States and she Had A as firstly. She had some remarkable initiatives to beautify. I think was the word that was used then. roads and highways across the country and she was taken by the wildflower diversity there in her home state for good reason. Because it's a pretty remarkable native flora. Will you talk a little bit about that? And and why people thought this was not just a pretty project but was worthy of deep research. Even at that time so yeah. Mrs Johnson grew up in a rural setting and without siblings so she was a long time so her best friend is. A child was outside Just the outdoors and I think that was what what instilled upon in her the scrape passion for the for the natural world and then as she became first lady She really had a great influence on President Johnson in terms of Passing legislation one of the things he's known for is the beautification. Act The highway beautification. Act and getting billboards off of the roadsides and cleaning up roadsides and planting wildflowers and the way I understand it you know we talk about it is being beautification and she knew at the time. She was very savvy that at the time. She knew that that was a word that would engage people. The public secretly I. I've heard that she felt like that was actually kind of a word and that it is she. I think she understood. It was deeper than just beautification was away to connect people with the idea that she
"helen hayes" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Was saying we're running out of time but if you want to find out more the website is and then we got there early a scene from a movie sometimes there's you know breaking news or something important you know it was a traffic and they had a bunch of kids and it's always like a fair and they wanted to to put a package together right it was like their annual kids day and so we got bumped for like the I love kids that was in the parking lot and a blood drive like that only we will be the morning news tomorrow that will be well that's all the time we have you guys explain from the very beginning because it's such a good idea great idea it it's a podcast but it's quiz show based just like the old days yes just like the oldest how did all this come together well my producer in and co creator of the show Jim Newman is here and I are huge fans of just old old timey panel game shows and want to do something with a modern twist I've been posting a bunch of shows over the years on both on TV and in my theater doing a game show stuff and so we thought what do we we can get somebody to come on the show but not just talk about the stuff that they always talk about and we thought of we thought about you know getting people to talk about something that they're really passionate about it all is always really Gatling and fun in the data like game shows so they pick the topics and it can't be related to their job good it's got to be like a topic that they genuinely are interested in so like PP you know people are upset and people and it's so interesting to find other things that people like we did a segment on movie since service yeah and like Leah Thompson the actress lead time she wanted to talk about the movie Harold and Maude because nine times because you're on that and just people just pick you know you know everybody has like a weird thing that they're obsessed with some reason or other in the hall and Maude was but court Helen Hayes not holidays when breaking in a name I don't know that one woman who had a Helen Hayes settlement.
"helen hayes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Slocum Turfway into town west bend to seventy five is a slow go out of Milford past one of one crews are working with the wreck on Westwood northern at north bend talking from newsradio seven hundred W. although five four cans we have this hour's out there this morning let's see a thunderstorm they'll be more wide spread by afternoon but still a damp day eighty five tonight down the seventy two tomorrow son should come out we'll see ninety two that it's unable to weekend Friday Saturday Sunday like ninety six ninety seven all three days right now looking at the seventy one seven hundred W. L. W. and bread at a point to make before I break we'll do that real quick on the C. B. D. thing before we leave it yeah Bret what's up yeah thanks Mike so my black lab is ninety pounds and fifteen years old and he could barely get off the ground back in March I picked up CVD oil for dogs it's a little eye dropper and I swear by Willie Cunningham he gets up and runs around now Helen Hayes I saw a difference in three days yep how old is he being ninety pounds lock labs well well well yeah I'm telling ya preach the stuff I got stuff for my mom now too but I started with Willie about four years ago and when I saw the CBO for dogs I'm tried of your dog's hurt just try it go to him face and then try it like I'm I have friends of the dog in picture just about like yours and doesn't move a whole lot so I'll pass that along do I have read my tipsy at eight fifty two right now caring about your worries and concerns about the topics that affect us all.
"helen hayes" Discussed on KCRW
"W A N D E R S, Julie Andrus. Uh-huh. Here's a tough one for some people, maybe Simone toll rains T O E R I N G S Simone, senior a nice job room at the top nineteen fifty nine and your last one as Helen. Yes. H Y ES, Helen Hayes. That's it and nineteen thirty one thirty two really are a fan of the movies. Good job. You did. So well, wasn't really wasn't your wheelhouse. I gotta say I would've been great to I love this. And I loved this puzzle. But you did so well, how do you feel feel great is such an honor being able to take part in in the show? I enjoy well, we're so happy to have you. And for playing our puzzle today, you'll get a weekend edition palpable as well as puzzle books and games. No tickets to the Oscars. You can read all about it at NPR dot org slash puzzle. And what member station. Do you? Listen to WHYY in Philadelphia. We're on a number Steve Fain of egg harbor township New Jersey. Thank you for playing the puzzle. Thank you. Thank you will. All right. Well, what's next week's challenge? Yes. It comes from listener. Roger barkin of savage, Maryland. I'm thinking of a well-known US natural landmark, take the toured name of its location. Ben changed the first letter of the second word to the immediately previous letter of the alphabet and you'll get another description of the landmarks location. What's the landmark and what are the two descriptions of its location? So again, well known US match. Landmark tour name of its location changed. The first letter of the second word to the immediately previous letter of the alphabet and you'll get another description of the landmarks location. What's the landmark what are those two descriptions of its location when you have the answer go to our website, NPR dot org slash puzzle and click on this submit your answer link. Remember, just one entry per person. Please deadline for entries.
"helen hayes" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I mean, this is totally look like a bunch of gypsies for sure. He's wearing a babushka. There should be a reality show. Oh, my God really really should be. Honest to God there should be cameras in these people's home. All right. Violeta's instagram. It's the same thing. I I. Yeah. I do my my grandma is a big feature on my Instagram. All she's in town. She is actually pretty funny of her on her tablet and your everybody on. Yeah. We're celebrating Christmas and everybody's on their tablet last night was Christmas Serbian Christmas. And I look around my grandma's on her ipad my dad's on his phone. And so I started Instagram them. I'm like you guys have a problem. It's not the young generation just talking to each other. And that probably not. Just the kids anymore with technology. I wanna know does your grandmother wouldn't when you rambler looks at your father. Does she see the same thing? We do. Yes. So my grandmother that's with us now is my dad's mom, so know, she's she's got choice words for him. So he's a he's a character. He's a character. Yeah. And he's like, well, not the most attentive person. So my grandma is always complaining, I'm like dad, you better watch out. Will get you. Broncos driving her out to the airport and putting around a plane. Helen Hayes in airport. She's sneaking around your plane. All right. You know, what it's time for it's time now to find out from Kim what's actually happening in the real WGN newsroom. The women's March is back on in Chicago. The outbound. Stevenson right now is an hour. Ten minutes lakeshore drive to three fifty five that's solid traffic from the Dan Ryan all the way to central and then some stop and go traffic after that in trip of the Stevenson is thirty six minutes. The Eisenhower is clocking in at about fifty five minutes now either way between three ninety and the old post office for personalized traffic on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago app by the mortgage experts of team hockberg, just search T R A F F, I X Chicago. I'm Violeta podrumedic in WGN. Traffic central. Predictability.
"helen hayes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Around. Interesting. But it's you coming on with it. Yeah. Who's reached that level yet? What is Harvey? I is one of the nicest theorists human beings in the world. And this is his he's I imagine he must be an easy rider to work with. I mean, a lot of writers are so possessive about every word everything. Now, he's he is easy doesn't he doesn't want to change much and he didn't do a rewrite of three one act plays and put them into to call torch song towards some trilogy three. But what I have been amazed at is that this mother who I I I think a lot of people just are as as a stereotypical Jewish mother and writers on my looked at it. I I I have found out that he wrote maybe even more than he realized in terms of the depths of one. Yeah. This is a play, you know? And we only bring you the place that we've all gone to them that we. We've loved this way is I think even more important now. Yeah. Then it was and her mother is this is the mother a mother's. It's gonna really make you think. And you're right. I mean, my son still I still kept the side. It's as the Princess sleeping. This one house. Only the prince. So Mercedes row MRs beco-, I torch song at the Helen Hayes theatre. Please.
"helen hayes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Threes. Six. Glenn Hayes made her name starting century ago on the stage work for which she won two. Tony's and a lifetime achievement award. But her fame crossed over into most of the other show business media the versatility, and charisma that made her thrilling to live audiences also worked for people watching on television. For instance, she won her EMMY in nineteen Fifty-three when Emmys were new for an appearance on. Out of star in got to Oscars. I for the sin of Madeleine Claudette back in nineteen thirty two. You don't want to see the rest of the show. I've got to white waiting for me. I don't mind buying your drinks. That was a pretty turgid melodrama about a fall in the woman and the degrading sacrifices. She makes for her son. Then decades later she won another Oscar for her role in the big disaster movie airport in nineteen seventy-one. Then her Grammy came in nineteen seventy seven for spoken word album that she did with Orson Welles and James Earl Jones that final award made her the first female IGA ever wonder is Helen Hayes. Helen Hayes is one of the most outstanding actresses in American theatre history, certainly in her era. I'm Cheryl black a professor of theatre university of Missouri..
"helen hayes" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"There was always a star in whatever the production was. And Helen Hayes lived at Nyack where the theater was and tool did not care for Helen Hayes and we never sure you know when you talk to Lula, you can quite make out what you're saying. Say, this is love. The guy had to. And you say whether I. And I say, we thought you might heaven. So you just okay exam, Illinois, but you talking to her was like, like talking to your dog and your dog is kind of going. Gleaning what you're saying. And so so we we would. We would learn not to to tread too heavily and they kept trying to get her to go up to to have to meet Helen. And finally on the last day, she relented and she went up and she had a bite between shows with Allen, and she came back and she looked a little green little bilious and the guy who worked for her as I said, how was it? And he, it was the food was terrible, revolting to Lula has such gas. And so she got through the first act. She was. I. I. The go. And then second act, the top of it was kind of a period where she wore hoop skirts and the top of the second act. The Kirkman Ephron. She was discovered downstate centers, sort of squatting over the prompters box where she belonged stay and she was in oppose. And before she could say anything. She let out with the longest. Loudest. Most vivid fart. In the English speaking stage. Her skirt billowed. Air turn flew Sydney. Enjoys this and the audience began like they all heard it. I mean. The third floor, and I heard. She cut the cheese. What you gotta do. And the audience is now like tittering and they're laughing, and now it becomes a wave of laughter. Now they're now it's hysterical. Now there. And she just stands there. Spartan inner bravery and and the at all dies down and she's now alone. And she just turns very grandly and says that one was for Helen..
"helen hayes" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"There you go montly coup hive at the festival on metal day i was thirty five years ago pc or action and looks that kill part of their set and just to put it in perspective they performed looks that kill when no anew the song because this is late may of nineteen eighty three and shout at the devil then come out until september of nineteen eighty three mile crude release looks that kill single until january nineteen eighty four just to give you a little insight this could few months before my locker even put out the album shout at the devil will have some more performances live at the us festival coming up an hour to just about the top of the hour thing the only for some smoking gun unless fat joint for myself for the break do the same and come on back lot more pitching metal and party to get to when we return to our number two right here with king hail to the king baby hey what's going on memorial day weekend we've been trying to have the three days memorial we can go on the green grass the right to about out of the twentieth classmate which english beat on the ball of combined to try to be the world's delay towel only monday thirty preceding dependency you quite a little that's all the more more like second having nuclear attacks fix the concert now that awesome fighting charter with regular toothpaste is like trying to dig a hole to china with a teaspoon why wisdom tooth says used a totta control could get proven forty four percent better than regular toothpaste at fighting touch build up forty four percent so to help be tired get coke it to go to china take a colder toward control the wise choice my wife i love her a hater she can eat anything and not gain a pound now she's drinking diet seven because this tastes has proved it tastes better than the other leading trix great now people can drink anything or drinking all the guy at seven up is that fair be shortages rationing clean thanks ator diet seven up stillie to you wanna try out for mommy's play now is the winter of discontent made gloria some of the ton of your and kissing it's bitsy spider how dare you reduce my finally hyun bin stylings gouzer is oh sing about black sheep as first lady of the american stage helen hayes one said hi i'm going to kill you you'll have a kissing that i tell you boy that you have to get the mayor of caught it when you're stuck filthy nudo in here unprotected sex it isn't clear but but with now he'll have a yes you have hiv but full be sure that you see that says non chai chai.
"helen hayes" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Awesome in his movie blind spotting that he made with his partner in crime rafael casale is coming out this summer so we're gonna sit on that one and try and time it with their movie released because an e these little pr opportunities come along and that always helps had a grammy winner that'll becoming soon loudon wainwright the third went and interviewed him and his green room before his performance so now all need is an oscar winner everybody is not the got the you'll have the got is that what it's called with have to win the oscar ami no them ame grammy grammy oscar tony that's the i think whoopie has won what he's got the guy oh we're doing yeah and the guy from who wrote frozen and avenue q lopez one of the lopez has as the got why do i think that rita moreno has the got i don't know maybe she does all right we'll look that up at it in a whoopie did good for her so the guest rolling in things are going great trying to you know it's going to vary a little bit it here and there decided i can't be so rigid with the format when these pr ops come through for instance the broken lizard episode that you just heard had all the guys in here which was so much fun but you know sometimes i gotta mix it up like sometimes i forget forgot to ask to be digs and raphael there five questions at the end sometimes people come in and they don't even know what they're doing right they're like absolute into the room and you kinda gotta give him the rundown in the so i'm trying to just roll with it and individual pursued we end up talking more about the movie they made than their movie picks per se but i'm just trying to roll that everybody so i'm hanging there i totally forgot loudon wainwright to do the bird section but i did ask him the five questions so i'm doing the best i can read a marino totally got winter by the way all right realtime looking it up with no mel brooks also has it audrey hepburn really helen hayes.
"helen hayes" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Thank you jeffrey line they sound like us on the radio how refreshing is that donald trump here we come on come on we could get an idea crooked dokic silence crickets crickets when flying by awfully vents they don't get me started i love that i love that that jeffrey finley is eight twenty eight phone i do q and a is don't you hq yeah that's huge for frankie told me about it but that's the question so i can like stormy daniels is temporarily i i i permanently nondisclosure contract with them but i'm writing trivia questions for them davis that story we never thoughts about the hey we're talking about helen hayes here you can call these stormy good hey heidi abernathy to don't mess with that please making italian sprouts scandal a lot you're sleeping last night it's about a dysfunctional white house i can't get the concept who could imagine such a thing anyway it's not it's a strange week for movies one of the films did not screened for critics which is a scarlet letter meaning that meaning that somebody saw screening woman lost their lunch probably 'cause when they screen movie for critics it means that they don't want it to be seen i feel pretty is the big movie of the week and it's with amy schumer and you know what it's another long series of fat jokes for goodness sake she plays a woman who who gets a job at a tony makeup company and she falls and she wakes up and she thinks she's gorgeous and then they take she goes to a gym and she's on a exercise bicycle in the room is the room is filled with beautiful women and she falls off the bicycle and i it's just so but it's got lauren hutton and it playing you sitting down the grandmother that's a little michelle williams as a pip squeak voiced vice president of the company and the granddaughter of lauren hutton so there are a few and and and emily rostenkowski's in it and a wonderful actress name busy phillips and there are few people in it that are worth seeing but for goodness sake enough with the self deprecating fat jokes that she said we know when she's not vulgar she she makes fun of her own appearance and it's tedious and i was looking at my watch the whole time jeopardy you don't.
"helen hayes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Question well helen and i had the most incredible relationship as a matter of fact i wrote and performing a show called remembering helen hayes was love because i relation ship was so special and the so tumultuous and so loving that i tell our whole story and a lot of our story we'd in and out of my book and she only gave me one acting note and for a while that was going to be the title of my book and that one acting no was don't forget the funny bone and it's because i did a very serious play called a hatful of rain and i took it very seriously and she said no matter how serious a role you're playing don't forget the funny bone i think it was her nice way of saying you need a little more variety on it that's the first part of your question i think the second part is i love doing both i absolutely enjoy so much performing and of course there's a famous story about an actor whose dying and says you know dying is easy comedy is hard and comedy to me isn't hard it's interesting it's about timing it's about leaving one word out of the sentence that makes it much funnier it's the sound of a word is so many things thinking funny and and the have an audience lamps is just makes your heart go but for me personally i would like to be asked to do more trauma because i think it's a really interesting and you get a mold imo and but i do think comedy's harder i think playing somebody who's drunk someone who has a learning problem adele developmentally disabled person that's easy that's that's thank i call them out a thank you will but comedy that's hard but i love it michael sheehan antigen books and by the way what's the publisher of the book to make it easy to find for people who want to go get it.
"helen hayes" Discussed on 710 WOR
"She's up ban uh at helen hayes rehabilitation and i'm very proud of her because she will never watched the golden hut the golden the oscars this yeah the oscars when her son is on the radio a mile welcome to the taxi dave show allow what day all celts fed up with oil this below lake we all know what happened now with over we all know it capping would think the pork kent that might tagging oh that we all know what's going on in new york city we all know that there is punchups chan and why is there ten jets jin no and what's the big take credit all bush but who bush moba yeah though the time has come a ready when the taxi limousine what are they good for i would like to know what is their position on this they're letting these poor guys one already committed suicide because she couldn't pay its bills what is going on who is doing anything who is who is really and the at everyone else just so auction speaks and they know everything about the care well what the weather pet these poor guys out there come on guys you are the ones that have to pay the bills you can't because the buba get together form a big shot round the that taxied limousine send rammed that big building why did they doing collecting money for what what are they doing for you i would like to know you all have to get together because if you don't get together i mean old but is it to you you can give it up you can't avalanche somebody does something and nobody is doing anything and the only one that really has heart is taxi dave you call 'em up for nothing he told julie's them interested in making a profit he's not interested only in your welfare and all of you can't drive is still a listening call the tax limousine and tell them yes fed up with them and the you want them off and you want taxi dave to take over well she sounds very much like clifford debts is wonderful play waiting for lefty which was the hit of new york city 1930 four and one of the big on you really aging yourself well i've read about his i'm not gonna go back quite that far butter although the play is still done today is still has residents and it is about organizing unfortunately.
"helen hayes" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The imposter rows right now is beautiful thought there was the perfect picture yep what was not gonna say was attacked by disrupted your train of thought it would just give me an idea for another one of my caretta train of thought out of there are you go yeah you know you're you're you're on the way we got a shout out from john in over guard arizona worse over guard i've never heard of overgaard wonder if that's a near the show low area i wanna announce up in prescott nobody somebody let us know because i i guess a living in arizona for a long time unfamiliar with a lot of those uh those places press gets sedona all those place while hikes phoenix and flanked john's there on facebook you can just type in let us know where over guard units while well thank you for tuning in thank you for all the facebook abuse john that one thing we do every week about this time is the quote of the week which uh people law are waiting with uh shall i say bated breath you know we do it this time almost every week and almost rarely am i ever ready when you say that i do that on purpose so that people can watch you get on your computer and typed away and try to find it but anyway this quotas from helen hayes do you know when i first reallife do helen hayes was because she's before my time the movie airport which came out in nineteen 700 yeah with you on our later movies dean martin and de jacqueline beset uh and remember the older lady my folks singled at solden hazen giving me the whole background netdebts however member helen hayes remember helen hayes and lillian gish while lillian gish silent films that will helen hayes was also wasn't shit probably i mean she was around that time way she said all through the long winter i dream of my garden on the first day of spring i dig my fingers deep into the.
"helen hayes" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Have they everybody loves raymond where i don't know someone who watches that and doesn't have a good time and if i need to relax or i just want smile and my mom and i if it's on were watching it so more always urged blessing you how to me of that some below kisco in the world photo a few minus all of you nearly losing your family's to can can you share that story of why you had to stop doing the show because all of your significant others we're gonna murder you yes we would we would if you worked for me your job was to go home getting a fight with your wife in and tell me about yeah after seventy eight years where he we fitted nine years that should be it because our wives will leave us and then california that's half as my only this morning reminded heavy california is a community proper nestor ain't uganda's right so so pick up your socks well said well welford oh my god but getting i want to go back on the road to raymond okay road that's his that's his book to re did you ever do stand up i tried it once when i was nineteen and it was horrifying also in nyack mmhmm right i thought of most he could do it max beautiful it is and also you up in their right yes let on the river it's kinda got that it be vibes still good enough for helen hayes right right so i did it it was a club there quote maybe it was called the office i wonder if it's still there is primarily jazz club with a bar and it was a terrible place for me to pick as my first and only time the fact that what happened there made it my only time and what happened there was i was used to being in theater where people pay money sitting in a chair and watch you and pay tried doing something in a bar guess what people liked doing no more than listening to some kid in a bar drinking and talking themselves and i came on on talent night open mic night in between a trumpet player anna saxophone player and i did my stupid little routine the four tables in the front that were there to see the entertainment they left and it seemed to go well but the bar was.
"helen hayes" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"The little theater that is now known as the helen hayes dates back to 1912 and it's kind of had a rich and rather sort of makes history changing hands quite law when it first opened that just had two hundred ninety nine seats so it was lit tiller in 1928 gold a an extension about caen was added which gave it a bit more capacity interestingly actually is spent a decade owned by the new york times that continued terachi rent out to companies but also hosted its its own events there i think what's most interesting now is the fact that it's ptunning into a nonprofit secondstage's the company that is looking after represents not a sea change but we now have six of the 48member with it is that on commercial the nonprofit so that's kind of an interesting thing to say what it means is that it's to some extent gotta a go against the tuoi tina broadway i said is uh you know the most commercial sort of stripper theaters in new york and that means lots of revivals musical was actually quite low to british imported theater as well and what we're probably gonna see with secondstage's that it's gonna go against the grain somewhat candy because it's not so driven by the market it sort of broad remain is to focus on living american pie rights and we're going to see that for example in the in the in the first play that starts on mont opens a march the first lobby here right that's written by kenneth lonergan who is behind the film manchester by the sea so interesting to see how it's kind of going to shake up and as i said before kind of guy against the grain to signing stan umbro where you talk about it becoming a nonprofit nets it's obviously far from unusual for feet is to be not commercially viable approach.