17 Burst results for "Joseph Pap"

"joseph papp" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"You've ever compared a pay racing theater to those in the movies. It had everything to do with making a living. Yeah. Increasingly as the years went by, people in the theater were more and more interested in the credentials that you brought from the movies and television because it helped sell tickets. So that was another, you know, if you wanted to work into what you might remind a gingo used to say, if you wanted to work in New York, go to London. And if you want to work in London, go to New York, and then they'll ask you. Well, it seems, I guess, like one of the major essential turning points in your life is you kind of crossing the radar of Joseph Papp. Why? How did that happen? Because for decades, you were very closely associated with New York Shakespeare festival, delacorte theater, just all of that. I know that was some of the most formative stuff for you, but how did that begin? And some of the richest stuff that I have ever experienced in the movies of the theater are in television or anywhere else. But how did it happen in the first place? I was cast in the road tour of oda poor dad mama's hungry in the closet and I'm feeling so sad by Arthur cope. And the person who directed the original director was drum Robbins and the man directing the road company was Gerald freed man who was also the artistic director of the public theater and he put me in my first Shakespeare play in New York playing the second shepherd to Charlie durning's first shepherd in as you like it. So that's how it started. But I've always, I don't know where I heard this story, but years and years ago, I heard a story about how, in the old days, a farmer, if the farm dog had too big a litter, it would put the puppies that he didn't want in a bag and drown them in the brook. And that's a horrifying story and it sticks with you. But I've always thought that that's what Bernie grison and.

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"joseph papp" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Good luck the rest of the way not only in this draft but in all year leagues as well norm things about y'all see in vegas. You got it norman. Barons ladies and gentlemen you follow him on twitter at amity hook. He is drafting from the twelve tonight and he just drafted damien karras in the Twelve position in the sex around that is these six. Oh one let's get back to the live Draft coverage here to kick things off your in the third round. Which i believe is where we left off remember. Jimmy wagner started off his draft with mccaffrey. Montgomery he gets keying allen at the three. Oh one and then wayne. Free ferguson takes cd lamb as his second receiver at the three. Oh to tonight george. Kendall is the third off the board this time. He goes to vincent and tap. Here go with gibson and mix it so the fantasy grotto squad starting off with two running backs anti-down there. Aj brown pairs with the andrea hopkins. Forbid mandel three or four couple of titans right in a row you heard the hopkinson pick that is one for the dumb. Jared hines taking tj hopkinson as tight. End four me three zero five tonight. Kyle pissed rookie out of the university of florida. Kyle pits goes to chris. Carlson digs harris. J and now kyle hits at thirty three o six the andrea swift is the third consecutive running back drafted by john tonight. John the only squad in tonight's strapped to start off with three straight running backs from these seven. Whole alvin kamara nick job and now the andrea swift might be falling a little bit. We'll talk with our drafters coming up later on about that swift kick. Justin jefferson a little bit of a scare from minnesota. Vikings minicamp training camp. Today he gets the sprained. Ac joint not a big deal. According to all the reports justin deficits still makes his way in this draft at wide receiver. Eleven to jim johnston at three away jay dobbins sophomore running back From ohio state goes to Joseph papp rookie as his number one running back behind his Tyreek hill and calvin really selections from the nine hole tonight. Dobbins was on board as running back seventeen. Alan robinson to hudson current events is number one. Receiver chris parson who has really settled in at the end of the third round. In in mostly the football guys drafts the f. Fcc best ball drafts of basketball tournament. jazz. Beg your pardon He goes again at the three eleven tonight as the number one running back for the blind. Visionary liz ballard herself cooper cup as you heard Going to Get your shine box..

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"joseph papp" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:28 min | 10 months ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Well you wanna try them in and talk with us. Give us a call the phone number three four seven four to six thirty six eighty two. That's three or four seven game over. You can also email the show at the inbox. High stakes fantasy football at gmail.com. It'd be any questions for us. Now is the time to send them. We'll try to get through. All the chat room questions tweets and emails throughout the show. Tonight i want to bring in my co host. The co host with the most Tonight on the hsa power. You know him as well no i. I'll say what. I yet. I will bring him in short not right now but i wanna bring in all our guests all our drafters tonight. Live on the ats. We're here is the lineup. But these are the contestants drafting for a half million dollar grand prize and they are Broadcasting live with you with me here on the drafting tonight number one jimmy wagner the draft dogs from the one spot tonight followed by wayne ferguson. Pound for pound. From the to christmas and and sub cap the fantasy grotto team at the three spots hitting cleanup tonight is bip. Been bitcoin team and he is drafting fourth tonight. Jared hines one for the dumb. At the five spot. Chris carlson i will forever Referred to as the asterisk as he is drafting six after hindsight john. Terry wasps the dazzled acog piece. This is a team that has been going hard versus Hudson kern reeve tonight. John kerry is drafting seventh. And i will get into husband. Kurt team here tonight shortly. Jim johnston joe jaama drafting as gasoline. And propane joseph peppers vicky at the nine spot. Jemima's perroni variant. That is indeed hudson. Kern rebe tonight drafting from the ten spot and then the eleven is the blind visionary herself. Liz ballard get your shine box. That's last week's gas norm barons drafting. Tonight we are already through the first round tonight. Ladies and gentlemen. And i'll tell you how it ended up Jimmy wagner took christian. Mccaffrey at the one on one. No surprise there as well as the one or two wayne ferguson Pound for politics. Alvin cook foods. Huge huge Big time pick at the one or three tonight a big surprise. It is antonio gibson but washington football team running back tonight to vincent and cap at the one on three. Never saw this coming. And i i gotta tell ya. Christmas teased me Earlier today saying that this could have been a shock. Pick at the one or three. It was indeed antonio gibson as two one three for a half million bucks for vincent and cap one. Oh four is travis. Kelsey from bip lab. Mandel ezekiel elliott at the one. Oh five tonight. For one for the dumb that is jared heinsohn ladies and gentlemen taking elliott at the one. Oh five the first receiver is indeed off the board after one. Oh six chris. Carlson takes stefan digs there as you know ahead of hill ahead adams ahead of everybody else. One oh steak stefan digs tonight. Alvin kamara falls to the one. Oh seven to. John terry the one. Oh wait is indeed jim johnston. He takes their kettering their tyreek hill. The number one receiver for the kansas city chiefs to gasoline and propane that's joseph papp rookie grafting being number two receiver off the boards tonight. High retail saquon barkley Goes a little bit higher you know. We've we've done all these proser joe's we've done the football guys players championship. Bff pc main event saquon barkley had been falling to the end of the First round sometimes the early second round..

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"joseph papp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I've heard that you prefer the term that we well, I I mean, I think either color conscious casting or some people like to call it new traditional. It sounds like a restaurant. A big start to what was then initially called Color Blind Casting was under Joseph PAPP in the 19 fifties because he specifically thought that Shakespeare if it was going to be for everyone Should look And sound like everyone. Even that was radical to start. But PAP took things further. I think he had a change of heart and and started having color conscious casting. Where you weren't just supposed to ignore the fact that a character was black or whatever. But in fact, think about what that black culture history brings to a new interpretation of the play. And I want to ask you about you know, there is certainly a kind of meaning that happens when ah roll not traditionally reserved for say, A black actor is then that person shows up on stage and much of the meaning that kind of Floods in is visual. Here, though we have voices. What do you think that does to change that that problem or that that friction I love it so much, and I think it's goingto open away another way for us to think about how we understand race and how we understand culture. Because what I love about the actors voices I love the fact that these actors sound so American and some black sound like black Americans and It made the words clearer to me. It felt like I was hearing the words in the most clear fashion imaginable. And that's what we need right now. In this climate, more than anything is the talking and the listening. Listening. A lot of the talking has been happening, but.

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"joseph papp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some of the actors in our production, we talked about what it was like to make this play this summer. Look at how Richard the second fits into decades of theatrical history, and now what I just want everybody to dio is introduce yourselves. Say your name your role in that to make a radio play in the middle of a pandemic. Actors gathered over zoom and recorded themselves at home. Any other questions? When should we turn on our recorders that was going to do the next thing If everybody they've been planning to spend their summer working under the stars, and sometimes the rain at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. These are actors who were used to dealing with the raccoons backstage or the occasional pause in the action when lightning strikes or a helicopter goes overhead, forcing doctors like Biko Eisen, Mark Nikolai's and more plays fits work. It's to the water, a bowling Brook supporter. Shakespeare in the park. I think it's a place that every actor who enjoys the classics. Wants to be to me. It's up there with the globe and kind of these legendary places where theater is done. To me. It is the best Shakespeare in America. And part of what makes it the best. Shakespeare is that it's free. Michael Bradley Cohen plays bushy one of Richard. The Seconds courts with the with the Bell, of course, like a second home to him. When I saw the full cast list, I immediately combed through and found all the people who had worked with before. Shakespeare in the park at the Delacorte like coming back to Shakespeare Camp with all your best Shakespeare friends. That feeling of camaraderie was a dream of Joseph PAPP, who was the founder of the New York Shakespeare Festival, which became the public theater. The organization has been putting on free Shakespeare Productions in Central Park for more than 60 years now. On June 18th 1962 PAP spoke in Central Park at the dedication of the Democrat Theatre. The existence of this theater is a tribute. To democracy. The fact that it is free. Is key to the understanding of the significance of the he believed in democracy in a radical way. Did you know we met my last auditions and activities for Joe Roman said. I have never auditioned again. Oscar Eustis is the artistic director of the Public Theater today. You know, I think In some ways, it's good that I didn't know Joe personally, because what I could do is take the essence of what Joe stood for and make that as bright and shiny as possible. By keeping it free. I feel we have Supported and defended the very core of the Democratic philosophy, which is the greatest good for the greatest number. That's such a Such a powerful speech. A powerful man, Sean Carvajal, plays Surrey and the gardener's man in Richard. The second when I talked to him, he told me he'd just been reading Paps autobiography, Joseph PAPP with someone who Had vision. I mean, if it wasn't for him. I wouldn't see myself as an actor. I mean, I think that's how deep That runs this idea that not just Shakespeare, but that the theater Belongs to the people. Sean grew up in Washington Heights. He's first generation from the Dominican Republic and in fifth grade his teacher Maeda memorized, Don. It's time I hated it. It was just something that was so foreign to me. But Sean stuck with Shakespeare. He did Richard, the second in college and was on Broadway last year with Linda Jackson in King Lear. He recorded this play from his bedroom, which, like most New York City apartment sometimes got a little noisy during recording sessions. You have comfort you want to put over my head, Sean and Stephen McKinley Henderson have known each other for a long time. This was a production like neither of them had ever done before. You agree, Mr Anderson. He is the greatest producer of our time. Oh, yeah. You know, from what I've heard, it's a very interesting time for all of you. You're planning to do this show And then there's this amazing thing going on outside of all the apartments that you're in planning to Put this on. And I guess there must have been some Worry or some trepidation about Okay. What does it mean to be doing this at this time? I'd love to just hear you talk about what That moment was like, and how the company came together to decide. Here's how we're going to move forward. I think for me personally, I stepped into rehearsals. Uncertain as to whether I could participate in this Richard the second production just because at the time it didn't make sense. You know, is the work still relevant? Is it still important, knowing that our country was literally burning down? Sean and I go back personally go back, and I felt I knew what was in Shaun's heart felt. That the notion of is this relevant? You know. Stephen McKinley Henderson, the gardener at three scene for Steven's been in the theatre world for over 50 years. He's a teacher. He's been in movies, but he's mainly known as a stage actor. When I was young, I felt what am I doing here? Julia, you know, studying the classics? Yeah, 1968 You know, in 1968 with Martin Luther King was assassinated, and it's the first time I saw the clan and all their full regalia on. They came on the campus of Kentucky State. College are historically black College. I had to make a choice about Was that going to be an artist, or was I going to do something else? And luckily, I had a mentor A Miriam Mama Baraka, Levi Jones. Who said you could do both, and he said, You can even go and you can train a Juilliard. But you can also You know, be a part of what's going on in the street. That idea of combining civic activism and theater was embedded into the DNA of the public theater from the start. I found a recording of a talk that Esther Jackson gave in 1965 when she was running educational programs at the Shakespeare Festival. We are in a period of major social, political and intellectual transition. And there are throughout the society from top to bottom symptoms are very deep concern. Not all positive. Unfortunately, and very sadly for me. When we look at those segments of the society, which are attempting to deal with these problems in a constructive way, we do not see on the part of the theater at large, a clear commitment. The theater as theater that is, has remained aloof from the highly affecting issues of our time from poverty, education, international cooperation, civil rights and all of the elements. Which President Johnson calls the great society. I listen to Jackson with Oskar Eustis from the public. Wow. Never got a chance to meet. Jackson died in 2006 at age 83. But her words feel so timely right now. It is the theater, I think alone more than religion, which is charged with the representation of the fundamental aspects of reality of the world in its own time. Indeed, it is the function of the thin to show us the human situation in our time to help us objectify the complexity to isolate those alternatives for action. And to show us those lines of action, which men in our own age will call tomorrow. Yeah, that is brilliant, And it's just It's so beautifully put. 55 years later. Everything she said about the CIA could patrol Shakespeare was a life raft for me in in handling my emotions about all the stuff that's going on. About systemic racism about living in a.

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"joseph papp" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Were leaving the studio I should say this morning because it's still technically it's still it's still Monday as we were leaving the studio you know Tom and I were walking out of the studio channel nine broke the news to Jerry Stiller passed away and it was it was announced like white after like four o'clock it was announced right after we got off the air and in that it you know I I I loved I love Jerry Stiller I love him I love him all the way back to when he and his wife and Mira we're a comedy team you know back in the sixties and seventies and I I just I just loved him and it's that he's ninety two years old so I lived in nice you know a nice you know it's a nice long life you know make it to ninety two but still it's a big you know it's it was a big blow grew up watching him and and and Maryland and then of course you know his stretch on on on Seinfeld and then king of queens as well but especially Seinfeld as Africa stands up I can't tell you how much I love that character and how funny he is on that show and I've watched every episode of Seinfeld probably five thousand times each each but yeah when we were walking out here in the morning I was at home and it's completely bombed out by finding out that Jerry Stiller passed away he's been in in some great movies as well I'm assuming you've seen the original taking of Pelham one two three I love that movie I can't stand the remake but but the original is great the original is really really great and he's great in it I'm but yeah Jerry Stiller classically trained actor who became a comedy star twice in the sixties with this partnership in partnership with his wife and Mira and then in the nineties with a memorable recurring role on Seinfeld he died Monday morning in his home at the on the Upper West Side of Manhattan was ninety to his death was announced on Twitter by son actor Ben Stiller who did not specify the cause Mr still accomplishment as an actor were considerable he appeared on Broadway in Terrence McNally's frantic farce the Ritz in nineteen seventy five in David Rabe's dark play hurly burly in nineteen eighty four off Broadway he was in Threepenny opera in Central Park he played Shakespearian clowns for Joseph Papp on screen he was seen as a police detective in the taking of Pelham one two three and L. L.'s Devine's husband John Waters hairspray the I had forgotten until until you know they started doing a look back at that and his career I forgot I kind of forgot he was in hairspray I just I forgot but it's great he was best known as a comedian the team of Stiller and mera was for many years a familiar presence in night clubs on television variety and talk shows and in radio and television commercials most memorably for blue nun an amount and amalgamated bank years after the act broke up Mr Stiller captured a new generation of fans as Frank Costanza the short tempered not entirely sane father of Jason Alexander as George on the NBC series Seinfeld one of the most successful television comedies of all time Mr Stiller was in fewer than thirty of the one hundred eighty episodes of Seinfeld really one now I'm his presence is so huge I guess I thought you know I mean it's such a great character such a memorable character that it seems like he would sing all the episodes on post I'm who's nine seasons of Seinfeld began in nineteen eighty nine he did not make his first appearance until the fifth season another actor it is Frank in one episode of season four although his scenes were later re shot with Mr Stiller for the syndicated reruns he was an essential part of the show's appeal he was nominated for an Emmy in nineteen ninety seven for his work on Seinfeld and Frank you stand it was a classic sitcom eccentric whose many dubious accomplishments included marketing a brassiere for men and creating festive as a winter holiday for the rest of us celebrated with test of strength another bizarre rituals I'm we're gonna play some clips of of Jerry Stiller and it and it couple Stiller and mera bits too he was a special really funny guy just great and he had such a it's such a really fun career and and again Stiller near I loved them when I was a kid loved so we'll talk more about Jerry Stiller if you want to jump in three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one two nine eight one seven two hundred get real in the morning with Larry potash robin Baumgarten Paul Conrad in the entire WGN TV morning news team as with his fourth time switch.

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"joseph papp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"joseph papp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"joseph papp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Domino's company some of the Stephanie Somerville is a musical theater performer living in New York she's a singer with secret city and be award winning art salon held monthly at Dixon place she's also a proud graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and in a loan of the New York Shakespeare festival lab at the Joseph Papp public theater we'll be back in a moment with our final story from this live event in Iowa city most radio hours produced by Atlantic public media in woods hole Massachusetts and presented by PRX support for W. NYC comes from new line theater project presenting Brecht calling respond an evening of one acts inspired by Bertolt Brecht's the Jewish wife playing off Broadway on east fourth street through February fifteenth tickets at new life theater project dot com W. NYC studios is a media partner of pop up magazine alive magazine created for stage screen and live audience a night of true multimedia storytelling and bam Howard Gilman opera house February twelfth and thirteenth tickets at Papa magazine dot com W. NYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM at AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation this is the mark radio hour from PRX I'm Jay Allison you're listening to a live north of and held in Iowa city with the theme heart of darkness as a caution the next story contains a homophobic slur here's your host Peter Graf rob warm forms the return or this evening and when I asked that find.

"joseph papp" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"To world and regional premieres of contemporary work in addition to being co founder and Artistic Director of Man Bites Dog Theater and the Man Bites Dog Theatre Fund Jeff Store is co author of indecent materials which opened the nineteen ninety season at Joseph PAPP's New York Shakespeare festival and has co-authored tune for Tommy hotline an adaptation of Alan Ganesha's plays well with others jeff has directed over one hundred and fifty full length works since nineteen seventy five New York City Portland Oregon Boston Winter Park Florida and Dallas he is currently a full professor of the practice and former chairman in the Department of later studies at Duke University where he has taught since nineteen eighty two ED hunt has served as managing director and Co Artistic Director of Man dog since its beginnings in nineteen eighty seven Ed grew up in new Bern North Carolina and saw his first Broadway plays at the age of sixteen on a nineteen sixty three trip to New York with his father. Since nineteen eighty-four he has lived in Durham North Carolina with his partner Jeff storer whom he married and me thirteen after an extended courtship on a personal note Man Bites Dog Theatre Jeff ad and the rest of the man Bites Family have had a profound and lasting impact on my life personally and professionally and I know there are scores of other triangle theater makers ars who can say the same and so lucky to have known jeff and ed or a while I was actually one of Jeff's students at doc way back in the nineties and his teaching and directing are still reference points for me today through the early two thousands both hands theater company accompanied that I co-founded with Cheryl Shambley performed our unconventional work at Man Bites Dog Multiple Times I was thrilled to be on stage at Man Bites Dog many times for the last fifteen years including during both of my pregnancies and in the final season at the foster street location and I won't even get into the performances that I witnessed as an audience member that still affect me so deeply today despite the fact that I talk a lot on this podcast and I'm talking a lot now I don't have quite the right words to put around the gratitude that I feel I felt for this place in the people in the space and the community of artists and audience members Jeff Talks about the ephemeral nature of theater. You'll hear that referenced during our conversation it's interesting to me that something so ephemeral can have such a lasting impact and I'm really grateful for that in our conversation today Ed Hunt and F- store or talk about the past present and the future they touch on the beginnings and the growth of Man Bites dog theater as well as the transition to the man bites dog Peter Fund with the closing and selling of the Foster Street location in two thousand eighteen man bites dog transitioned into serving as funding and support agency for under companies and artists in the triangle region that is a magnificent gift to our community I'll put links in the show notes to other artists Fox episodes that touch on man bites dog so go back and give them a listen and now before we begin I linked to read an excerpt from the five point star written by Kate Dobbs Aerial Man Bites Dog Theater that bold upstart that instigator that model of the action Michael Activism the mature presenter of new theater for the thinking class a support system for independent art theater in Durham and the triangle one Felton open welcome in the rooms even in the early Itinerant Years but in the theaters twenty years in its own space on foster street it has become an important physical spot in the urban intellectual fabric a nexus of art and politics a crossroads of thought and emotion and a haven for those who care about such things enjoy the episode Jeff and add thank you so much for being here it's good to be here that's very good I'm so excited to have a conversation with you on Mike we've known each other for a while I was thinking this morning about the things that we want to become when we when we grow up and I know these are questions that were always answering through out our lives I'm still answering it myself but I was wondering when you were young children did you ever imagine that you might be theater makers for life or open theater company what did you want to be when you were little kids I was bullied a little bit as a child more than just a little bit and by the time I hit junior high school theater I encounter theater and it became a place where I could I felt like I could excel and that I could make a contribution to and and and so it helps taught me find a place and so it has been a part of my life since probably seventh or eighth grade And it went straight through I mean we did it all through high school and then went which was a bachelors and Masters and then on teaching professional works oh it's been kind of straight through for me it's pretty clear to you it was because it was a safe space for me as a person and it and as opposed to how other people may excel in music or in sports I found that I could excel him this and so it it allowed me to get myself on identity what about you ed I didn't really imprint on theater early I was more movies for me so that was kind of where I was and I just didn't encounter that it that much growing up although one of my very earliest memories I must've been four is my brother and a friend of his we're going to do a backyard circus the parents and friends and to keep me from wandering into the middle of their stunts and performance which I don't remember aw I got to be the one over by the popcorn refreshments as that so I guess that was imprinting me as being a house manager and then after that that was my father in the thirties had gone to New York worked as a Bellboy in the New Yorker Hotel was very much you know fascinated by the showbiz stuff that was going on there so in the early sixties sixty three he had this plan to take the family for a trip to New York which we'd never been to and to see some shows together New Yorker Hotel to visit the neighborhoods he'd been in my mother got ill and my brother was looking for an excuse not to go so it was just my father and myself we went up and during that few days this was like December of sixty three was like few days for Christmas I remember we went and saw some Broadway shows I think just randomly selected which were all them pretty much with the original cast for WHO's afraid of Virginia Woolf the funny thing happened on the way to the forum and beyond the fringe so that was my first introduction to Broadway Professional Theater I didn't see another Broadway show for decades and very L- other theater so Jeopardy is the one who really pulled me into when we met just the idea that there was an entry way for me there and then I was able to say oh I don't know anything about this I've never been trained but their stuff I can figure out so especially when we started the theater that was kind of how I and fortunately the if that he could figure out was the stuff that I had no idea how to do it so it it worked out that way and of course we didn't start right off with the theater but we did do some writing projects together and things that I was not really great at he was much more patient and much editor at and I knew more about theater and what we were trying to do but but we had a couple of as early on in Sheboygan Wisconsin at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center that we had actually mounted that we had collaborated on writing wise how cool I didn't know that that was probably the first project yes the first one we can talk about that in the eighties then yes yeah yeah okay we met in eighty four eighty four we've been together thirty five years so that was an eighty four and then in eighty seven you're in North Carolina and you decide to start a theater company which is man Bites Dog Theater to me about that how how is that decision made Jeff had been working at Duke I think the second year we were together in spring of eighty five he had gone up to New York for I can't remember if it was a project that we'd we'd mounted it sir on this at at Circle Rep yeah he'd been taking a seminar with Marshall Mason Mason Inland Wilson so he was staying there for a time I went up to visit and he was able to get tickets for preview performance of Larry Kramer's the normal heart which would hurt a little bit of buzz about didn't quite know what it was which was at the public theater and was about to open within a week I think when we saw it that was a major moment for both of us in terms of how we saw theater the idea that this play which was about the beginnings of the AIDS epidemic in New York City and was about the silence that that was meant with that this crisis this humanitarian crisis this crisis of life and death was not being addressed by newspapers by uncast media by politicians by churches nobody was saying anything because it was embarrassing subject for them and people were dying and Larry Kramer Blesses cantankerous heart said that was bullshit and just plowed ahead with this amazing replay which when we saw it was immediately obvious this was going to be a game changer in terms of addressing the issue because once that opened there was no way to pretend that was no problem that nothing was going on so just having seen we walked home afterwards and just talked about the power of that about the ability of theater at the right time at the right moment with the right artist with the right collaboration could make an actual difference in the world and Larry Kramer's certainly did there's an expression there's a saying in Jewish culture that if you save one life you've saved a universe and I don't know how many untold thousands of lives does he saved but he very well could have saved hours because this was the early to mid eighties the AIDS epidemic was ramping up like crazy we were both at the sexually active gay.

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"joseph papp" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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15:20 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Really excited to have the Tony Award winning director days ranking of visiting me today because I have to tell you I'm a little star struck I love he shows and his later show ain't to proud the life and times of the temptations more Tony nominations but guys this is a wonderful show it's our music it's everyone's music you know the music is it like all I remember that it's we could sing that music and the show also. it could be any time it could be today and what happened to this group is an extraordinary story because you know you see the singing groups this one huge and you think looking guys you don't really know what happened but you've gone not a lot of people think that this is what you do these bokeh musicals but what three of them for other. I've done I think this is actually my third but they've happily they've all done quite well so now the great show she said we love the show Jersey boys have Jersey boys thankfully is still running here at the end in and and New York it's now off Broadway in it's it's doing really well and I think it's been I think it's now I think it's gonna be maybe fifteen years since we opened and so it's still going strong and then we have a summer the other the Donna Summer musical that's going out on tour we we could go to would to Rochester to do tack and then we go to to Cleveland up to open to at the beginning of October so you know people don't really understand but when these shows go out on tour they make a lot of money I me right that is from your litigation rate right now. really hit on tour that you can do very well well yeah absolute because the the theaters tend to be really large and so and I I think summer is going to do phenomenally well it's it's a wonderful company it's just there is so talented and it's mainly as you know it's it's most of the companies the it's it's women playing men so it's yeah most most the company's of of African American women and they're just spectacular yeah and it's a show that's really going to catch the imagination as he traveled but I'm curious. how did the music you as always been part of your life absolutely but. here to become a director and hits everyone knows actors you know long suffering act. Hey what am I gonna do Monday the actor's lament nothing is there but it's different for director what made you grow up to be a director and an actor I think unlike a lot of directors I I backed into it you know I started off writing music composing music and I was in bands everybody my age how to play guitar you know and I I I addition for hair I grew up in Toronto and I got right up to the last call and didn't get into the first company they were going to start a second company and it inspired me I thought you know I was I think I was seventeen I thought you know I write music I can do this so I wrote a musical and it it got to be a bit of my high school did the musical and I ended up directing it and didn't know of course what I was doing but I awake and one day actually it's funny I'm I'm going to see of betrayal but tonight and strangely enough coincidentally of of I had a girlfriend who her mother brought up Harold Pinter. and I said the I said who's Harold Pinter and she said you were a kid I was a kid I was seventeen and she said dad says he can't call yourself a playwright if you don't know who Harold Pinter this is so I can I immediately went to the library and learn and then you know I went from writing and composing I moved here when I was twenty three and I got to work for the great Joseph Papp and started working with the Dodgers and so like I kind of went from composing to writing to directing directing him he started having hits I've seen almost all your shows and you started hitting it almost right away well thank you I am drawn to was a great training ground because it was a very young scene it's a great city it's a great city and if you were writing they kind of expected you to direct you know everybody changed hats all the time so it was by the time I arrived here I think I've probably been involved in I don't know ten or twelve shows and so I had some experience which gave me an advantage as a a young theatre artists and was it hard when you start out you're really young directing a bunch of actors you know who I see I will I was probably young enough that I didn't know it was supposed to be difficult so he just did it yeah and it didn't question it but people were very supportive you know there's a great director named John Hirsch I don't know if you remember am Hungarian wonderful kind of a national treasure in Canada and by the time I arrived in New York he'd made a bunch of phone calls you know Michael David to Joe several other people and so by the time I had you know got into a conversation in a meeting I realize that you know he'd already given me a good review so I had a leg up and I started working really for as soon as I arrived so I was very blessed right away and ran and I know because people associate you. which shows like Jersey boys the truth is if you said you only did three other you know three of those shows but. remember when Jersey boys first came and my kid was in from LA I see we're going to go to the opening I don't want to see you know like that isn't my son my group anything like that I'll never forget that opening night I the whole audience doesn't matter whether they were backers are friends everyone was like paralyzed like. you know if you're a member of that. opening yeah I remember it vividly and who is who is a very exciting time it certainly was but it's still an exciting time yeah I Marvel when I go to theatre could be any day of the week and it's packed like who are you. from you can all be tourists right through and it was like that with the temptations to that's an extraordinary story did they find you or you found them you know of I repent Allman and Tom hall so were the producers called to see if I would be interested in this and I would really wasn't sure because you know it's not I've done more but you know over the last fifteen years I think I've done more Shakespeare than I've done jukebox musical so it's not kind of what I do and you want to be careful you don't get the fine right Ellen is an actor's gotta watch you gotta be careful and you know but I've met with Otis Williams the and Alaska live there yeah and he asked me to do it and so one has to you from your work he knew me from my work and when Otis Williams asks you to do something you you take him seriously first of all he's a legend and obviously has the amazing legacy but he's also six five so I I wasn't about attending in setting yeah you can saying and he's an amazing man and he's been the best partner dominate Maurice so the writer we've gotten very close to descent and Shelly burger their manager and they're just the finest people on their route they've been so supportive and they they gave us the most important ingredient when you're telling somebody story they gave us freedom they they really let us do our work and just gave us support so anything that he always Ruth he gave you you know most people sugar coat yes because nothing is easy and the temptations they went to so many and there was so much pain and heart perhaps on it but you know we as the audience we we wouldn't know that except what you're reading the gossip so you know that was our first kind of insight when developing the show we knew that the. temptations have become an institution there there've been twenty six template down hard to believe hard to believe and so we knew that it was about accidents and entrances you know we knew that that was the basic dynamic of the show and that's of course what we specialize in in the theater so it was a perfect story to tell on stage and a real story with all the pain I mean these when they were kids good looking kids and so talented. and yet. it's like anything else the in fighting the jealousy the anger yeah absolutely that did get hot too soon they the good life yeah it's like Sir Lawrence yeah absolutely and the kids and you can't handle it we've all watched and what learned city a success I think it's the most dangerous you know commodity is is the the the most dangerous time is when you're on top and I don't know what that is about human nature hi I have a friend who was in a rock and roll group for the well known group and he says what is it about people that you know everything's going great I'm doing so well now should I jump out that window should or should I pick up that gun and blow my brains out you know what is it about people that just you know when that when things are are when you know when they're really excelling in what is it what what what is that self destructive part of us in the temptations definitely had that you know you you can go way back into someone's psyche and they don't have the insides because they are that person who makes a basket they are that kid whose flight and signing autographs. when that's gone or threatened who are you for an empty shell and that's the problem because most of them start when their kids yeah so they don't have strong enough. yeah because her identity yeah it's interesting that the the the the the temptations they the they all came from the south and which is this so they grew up singing gospel and they had and I think singing music was second nature they just they just had that going on but they they all came from you know they all have challenges of various kinds growing up and I think Motown in the the group kind of became their family and but they went I think from sweet humble beginnings and they skyrocketed really it was just over a couple of years that suddenly there on the charts they're crossing over on to the Billboard charts and it was just that a tremendous rocket ride it was that it was also the civil rights movement right it was they were up again raise raise and terrible and you know that they they had formidable challenges and I I dare say they pave the way for an awful lot of of of groups an awful lot of people in in this country to cross over they made a huge contribution to American culture and that music will be with us for a play and still and a really not only important to see but. you're gonna love it it it it Sam the way life is and you know with a lot of good things to show its age too proud of the life and times of their temptations and does you handle success very well alone I am I don't have to face with somebody like David Ruffin faces you know I I I and the nice thing about directors is that were anonymous it's a a quiet and also I've I've led a decidedly confused career has so many different genres yeah I've I you I I really I switch back and forth you know I love to do new plays and classics and musicals so these are you well like I do my best and and I I've been blessed I've had a lot of opportunities and I've I've managed to run no lawyer Playhouse and ran a stress for a nice day yeah it was beautiful there and beautiful in Stratford I got to know the Stratford company has a hundred and twenty actors so it's like more like a theater scene then the theater so that's been great and you know we're we're I'm going back to la holy to do Tommy it's the fiftieth anniversary of the whole thing okay how. towns and so on tour so peace calming to to play in I might even strap on a Telecaster myself and and a lot of the original cast show coming in and Michael server sent out of the house for a really and all norm Lewis and. R. as all of you know was like phenomenal that that company so they're all coming back to a little boy and we're doing a benefit for the theater. our team and after that do you have another project in mind now that you've got another huge hit along with doing not one again by the way Tommy because I I think we did that I think we someone ahead of its time so I think Pete and I would really like to do at some point and a new version of that and and and then we'll new production fresh like right now the whole world is looking into a mirror you know when we when we started that there when when he started in the late sixties and we did the Broadway version I think the story was a head of its time and and now it seems to me to be a kind of metaphor for every every young life so we we would love to take their own again yeah from your mouth to factors Sears the help really big all right congradulations does mac and I'll go see his show what he's got a lot of shows but this is the latest it's going to make you feel good it's going to make you think and it's going to make you think what happened. the world's still be as crazy as it was during that time I'm John Hamburg and you're listening to WHBQ I've also Rosenberg.

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"joseph papp" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"America your good morning America's Lara good morning taken from rob morning with C. B. C.'s Good Morning America then there was a scandal because somebody has put the pen to paper not Meryl but we have a new book coming out September twenty fourth and the paper not Meryl it's called queen Meryl that iconic roles her role which deeds and legendary life of Meryl Streep so I mean would we not agree she's the most celebrated actress well past forty years and rightly so yeah she's a big C. freeze your former south Indian sixty films twenty one academy award nominations and so some of the things that we learn from this book are kind of interest okay so it was Dustin Hoffman I his crude behavior in males college years the per per prepared her for when she later starred in Kramer versus Kramer in nineteen seventy nine and that would bring her first Oscar win and he introduced himself to Meryl when she first met him she met him she was auditioning for a play he was directing them Broadway all white and she was a student at Yale school of drama it was the mid nineteen seventies and how he introduced her her himself to her was by burping and grabbing her boob and that's attractive yeah and of course the thing is when she then did Kramer versus Kramer and she was just social like people are shocked just didn't know what to do she didn't get the part in his same but when he had his unscripted vision of dramatic affect for the movie and Kramer versus Kramer she I think it's talked on record about this when all of the allegations but doesn't happen came up he slammed her in the face and whispered the name of John Cazale in her ear and he was her if a guy who's using the deer hunter with he has to west wait yes she was in love with him he was in love with the love of her life and then he passed away very early and that's how he got her to it like that fight scene that they had not all right away and did you tell him to do that well he he never he never did it again she let him know because I think she had to slap him in the face and she out to a movie section give a real slap and he never pushed her around again and his ugly behavior caught up with him just a couple years ago I said that I need to move in and he attributed to being a flirt and that he just did that is a way to loosen up his fellow actors by pressing and what Meryl stated at the time couple years ago was what Dustin Hoffman really wants to do because is give birth but he's still glad he's got a **** that was her comment I love her I love her and I guess her sure personality hasn't changed much as first she's very direct from when she was growing up in Bernardsville New Jersey and so acting was her her thing all from like a young age she knew that she wanted to be an actress her first big role as the age of six he was the virgin Mary in the street living here okay she wrapped her mother's house slipper rounder head and held her Betsy wet T. doll and fell into a trance of holiness that spread her siblings okay other was Joseph her sister was a barnyard animals and she in high school she was home coming queen our senior year is absolutely beautiful if you look at those pictures yes but she had a horrible adolescence she describes herself as basic plead that she was you know a homely girl with a big nose and you know how that thing but anyway so she started taking voice lessons at the age of twelve but after four years he realized I can't sing opera professionally she took a rapper lessons member she saying in the movie that she did with them no but she also sang in the one that you did with the getting there for sure no she also the postcards from the edge but she also saying the recent one that you're mom saw in you want to keep yeah Ricki and the flash so she's she dropped the lessons and moved on to boys cheerleading Bob Dylan and the Beatles well that and a good choice yeah and then she was surprised her appealed it appeared in some beauty teen beauty pageants yeah she said I want to learn how to be appealing this was all about appealing to boys and at the same time being accepted by the girls as anyone knows it's a tricky negotiation and anyway Jack Nicholson he fell in love with her we're gonna find out more about that when they filmed the movie heartburn in nineteen seventies there and he was crazy about her and finally he was so persistent with him that she had to throw him out of her hotel room and just said no more sexual advances I am not interested in you okay but it took him a long time to get there and she said she practiced singing to her father's Barbra Streisand albums and she really considers her first acting role when she got the lead and the high school production of the music man all okay she only had returned my Meryl Streep you're only had two friends in high school and one was your cousin N. V. this with other rates envy were dark Meryl her entire career resentment flowing from drama school professors who tried to breaker from film critics who want to see her go down and from conventional beauties losing out Oscar worthy parts for an unlikely movie star interesting yeah she graduated from Vassar College and then went to Yale school of drama and in three years at Yale she performed forty different roles including one class the required students to improvise their own death she also likes doing wheelchair you know she would do pretend to be well sure she like being an elderly eccentric and one of her improvised roles that she had to do not remember the time that was was I she because she kept being called the ice princess people were like I had to drama school you're never gonna make it your I'm conventionally beautiful to frosty yeah interesting and so it and and people but her fellow students were jealous of her all gonna find out in the end because she's amazing she goes away in Arles yes you don't you don't know and when she looked I guess we're gonna find out in this book about queen Meryl that when she's in New York she did what any actor does and bar tended choose a bike messenger oz she was a model she would take any kind of addition that she could and she became a Broadway star lit when Joseph Papp who's the renowned theater director capture to play a lusty busty hot mess wearing prosthetic breasts in a Tennessee Williams play called twenty seven wagons full of cotton whenever a Tony nomination and that role introducer to John Cazale an actor's actor who played for our Fredo afraid out sees me in the godfather and played alongside Pacino in dog day afternoon throat member Albania was riding the bank to get a sex change operation for his boyfriend got fun and yes I just said free of charge yep I'm stupid deer hunter Chrissy was that with Meryl Streep and they fell deeply in love yeah she met him and then they moved into his apartment and every got cancer again he was diagnosed with lung cancer nest mid thirties and it spread to his bones and he was a con he died there quickly he died before the deer hunter even came out it yeah so I guess is that there is going to get we're going to get more Jews about the Jack Nicholson and more about Dustin Hoffman apparently she got the mom are that merry is that Meryl's mother Mary is the one who gave her her strong confidence because from the time she was little he just tell you can you can do anything you want it's going to be hard but you can do anything you want if you want to succeed in Meryl psych I'm just an ugly kid with a big mouth and am not she said she was an obnoxious show off because they're always in you think about every single role you've seen around and then how she just wasn't big little lies the most unlikable the person that you couldn't stand yeah there is compelling empathy for her she was so horrible but you could get it I mean she is amazing as an actress yeah and and she was so charming and soul delightful yes to us in that room at Saint Paul hotel yeah she really was and told us her mother in law is where she got her accent for and she doesn't care about a fashion shoes going overhead of an Avenue to find an outfit for around the premiere pro home companion he said and her first feature film role for Meryl Streep came opposite hello this is her first film I don't know like you're in the arms no Jane Fonda in the nineteen seventies Julia Barbarella sixties in which she had a small role during a flashback scene most of her scenes were edited out but the brief time on screen horrified Meryl Streep she said I had a bad wig they took the words from the scene is shot with Jane and put them in my mouth in a different the scene I thought I've made a terrible mistake no more movies I hate this business and street the old went on later in other interviews to say give credit to Jane Fonda is the lasting influence on her as an actress thing she probably open more dull doors than I even know about for her what role so and of course her breakthrough deer hunter Kramer Kramer they can came back to back and then she had so few strays and she's out of restaurants and hammer yeah so that was the movie in orange got nominated for Supporting Actor as and all of that and she hope to distract herself with it when her guide John Cazale dying she saw her propane she accepted a role in the seduction of Joe Tienen as the trippy love interest of Alan Alda and later she commented that that whole part for her she was just on automatic pilot all you know that she was she wasn't likable and Kramer versus Kramer no she's a very unhappily married woman balancer house and her child and anyway they did revise the script to make her a little bit nicer all they did okay so anyway we'll find out more about queen Meryl and see me some of the just your stuff in September might wanna seven one everything entertainment Lori and Julia the Blue Ribbon Baker.

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"joseph papp" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Start their day robin good morning America's your good morning America's Lara good morning taken from rob morning when he sees Good Morning America then there was a scandal because somebody has put the pen to paper not Meryl but we have a new book coming out September twenty fourth and the paper not Meryl it's called queen Meryl that iconic roles her role which deeds and legendary life of Meryl Streep so I mean would we not agree she's the most celebrated actress well past forty years and rightly so yeah she's a big C. freeze your former south Indian sixty films twenty one academy award nominations and so some of the things that we learn from this book are kind of interest okay so it was Dustin Hoffman I his crude behavior in Merrill's college years the per per prepared her for when she later starred in Kramer versus Kramer in nineteen seventy nine and that would bring her first Oscar win and he introduced himself to Meryl when she first met him she met him she was additional for a play he was directing number outweigh all wow and she was a student at Yale school of drama it was the mid nineteen seventies and how he introduced her her himself to her was by burping and grabbing her boob and that's attractive yeah and of course the thing is when she then did Kramer versus Kramer and she was just social like people are shocked just didn't know what to do she didn't get the part in his same but when he had his unscripted vision of dramatic affect for the movie in Kramer versus Kramer she I think it's talked on record about this when all of the allegations but doesn't happen came up he slammed her in the face and whispered the name of John Cazale in her ear and he was her if a guy who's using the deer hunter with he has to west wait yes she was in love with him he was in love with the love of her life and then he passed we very early and that's how he got her to it like that fight scene that they had not all right away and did you tell him to do that well he he never he never did it again she let him know because I think she had to slap him in the face and she out to a movie section give a real slap and he never pushed her around again and his ugly behavior caught up with him just a couple years ago I said that I need to move in and he attributed to being a flirt and that he just did that is a way to loosen up his fellow actors and what Meryl stated at the time couple years ago was what Dustin Hoffman really wants to do is is give birth but he's still glad he's got a **** that was her comment I love her I love her and I guess her sure personality hasn't changed much as far as she's very direct from when she was growing up in Bernardsville New Jersey and so acting was her her thing all from like a young age she knew that she wanted to be an actress her first big role as the age of six he was the virgin Mary in the street living here okay she wrapped her mother's house slipper rounder head and held her Betsy wet T. doll and fell into a trance of holiness that spread her siblings okay other was Joseph her sister was a barnyard animals and she in high school she was home coming queen our senior yes absolutely beautiful if you look at those pictures yes but she had a horrible adolescence she describes herself as basically that she was you know a homely girl with a big nose and you know how that thing but anyway so she started taking voice lessons at the age of twelve but after four years he realized I can't sing opera professionally she took acting lessons member she saying in the movie that she did with them no but she also sing in the one that you did with the getting there for sure no she also postcards from the edge but she also saying the recent one that you're mom's side and you want to keep yeah Ricki and the flash so she's she dropped the lessons and moved on to boys cheerleading Bob Dylan and the Beatles well that is a good choice yeah and then she was surprised her appealed it appeared in some beauty teen beauty pageants yeah she said I want to learn how to be appealing this was all about appealing to poison at the same time being accepted by the girls as anyone knows it's a tricky negotiation and anyway Jack Nicholson he fell in love with her we're gonna find out more about that when they filmed the movie heartburn in nineteen seventies there and he was crazy about her and finely he was so persistent with him that she had to throw him out of her hotel room and just said no more sexual advances I am not interested in you okay but it took him a long time to get going and she said she practiced singing to her father's Barbra Streisand albums and she really considers her first acting role when she got the lead and the high school production of the music man all okay she only had returned my Meryl Streep you're only had two friends in high school and one was your cousin N. V. this with other rates envy were dark Meryl her entire career resentment flowing from drama school professors who tried to breaker from film critics who understeer go down and from conventional beauties losing out Oscar worthy parts for an unlikely movie star interesting yeah she graduated from Vassar College and then went to Yale school of drama and in three years at Yale she performed forty different roles including one class the required students to improvise their own death she also likes doing wheelchair you know she would do pretend to be well sure she like being an elderly eccentric and one of her improvised roles that she had to do not remember the time that it was was a she because she kept being called the ice princess people were like I had to drama school you're never gonna make it your I'm conventionally beautiful to frosty yeah interesting and so it and and people book for her fellow students were jealous of her all gonna find out in the end because she's amazing she goes away in Arles yes you don't you don't know and when she looked I guess we're gonna find out in this book about queen Meryl that when she's in New York she did what any actor does and bar tended choose a bike messenger oz she was a model she would take any kind of addition that she could and she became a Broadway star lit when Joseph Papp who's the renowned theater yes Sir director tapped her to play a lusty busty hot mess wearing prosthetic breasts in a Tennessee Williams play called twenty seven wagons full of cotton whenever a Tony nomination and that role introducer to John Cazale an actor's actor who played for our Fredo afraid oak sees me in the godfather and played alongside Pacino in dog day afternoon that's right member Albania we ride the bank to get a sex change operation for his boyfriend we got four and yes I just said free of charge yep I'm stupid deer hunter Chrissy was that with Meryl Streep and they fell deeply in love yeah she met him and then they moved into his apartment and every got cancer again he was diagnosed with lung cancer in his mid thirties and it spread to his bones and he was like crying he died there quickly he died before the deer hunter even came out it yeah so I guess is that there is going to get we're going to get more Jews about the Jack Nicholson and more about Dustin Hoffman apparently she got the mom are that merry is that Meryl's mother Mary is the one who gave her her strong confidence because from the time she was little he just tell you can you can do anything you want it's going to be hard but you can do anything you want if you want to succeed in Merrill's like I'm just an ugly kid with a big mouth and am not she said she was an obnoxious show off because they're always in you think about every single role you've seen around and then how she just wasn't big little lies the most unlikable the person that you couldn't stand yeah there is empathy for her she was so horrible but you could get it I mean she is amazing as an actress yeah and her and she was so charming and soul delightful yes to us in that room it's simple hotel yeah she really was and told us her mother in law is where she got her accent for and she doesn't care about a fashion shoes going overhead of an Avenue to find an outfit for around the premiere pro home companion she said and her first feature film role for Meryl Streep came opposite hello this is her first film I don't know Laramie irons no Jane Fonda in the nineteen seventies Julia Barbarella sixties in which she had a small role during a flashback scene most of her scenes were edited out but the brief time on screen horrified Meryl Streep she said I had a bad wig they took the words from the scene is shot with Jane and put them in my mouth in a different the scene I thought I've made a terrible mistake no more movies I hate this business and street the old went on later in other interviews to say give credit to Jane Fonda is the lasting influence on her as an actress thing she probably open more dull doors than I even know about for her what role so and of course her breakthrough deer hunter Kramer Kramer they can came back to back and then she had so few strays and she's out of restaurants Hammond yeah so that was the movie in orange got nominated for Supporting Actor as and all of that and she I hope to distract herself with the when her guide John Cazale dangerous so heartbroken she accepted a role in the seduction of Joe Tienen as the chirpy love interest of Alan Alda and later she commented that that whole part for her she was just on automatic pilot all you know that she was she wasn't likable and Kramer versus Kramer no she's a very unhappily married woman bandit he's our house and our child and anyway they did revise the script to make her a little bit nicer all they did okay so anyway we'll find out more about queen Meryl and see me some of the just your stuff in September my top one of seven one everything you had me at hello 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"joseph papp" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

12:15 min | 2 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Wherever you find your podcasts port my talkie weird podcast and then there was a scandal because somebody has put the pen to paper not Meryl but we have a new book coming out September twenty fourth and the paper not Meryl it's called queen Meryl that iconic roles her role which deeds and legendary life of Meryl Streep so I mean would we not agree she's the most celebrated actress well past forty years and rightly so yeah she's a big C. freeze your former self indeed sixty films twenty one academy award nominations and so some of the things that we learn from this book are kind of interest okay so it was Dustin Hoffman I his crude behavior an Meryl's college years the per per prepared her for when she later starred in Kramer versus Kramer in nineteen seventy nine and that would bring her first Oscar win and he introduced himself to Meryl when she first met him she met him she was auditioning for a play he was directing them Broadway all white and she was a student at Yale school of drama it was the mid nineteen seventies and how he introduced her her himself to her was by burping and grabbing her boob and that's attractive yeah and of course the thing is when she then did Kramer versus Kramer and she was just social like people are shocked just didn't know what to do she didn't get the part in his same but when he had his unscripted vision of dramatic affect for the movie in Kramer versus Kramer she I think it's talked on record about this when all of the allegations but doesn't happen came up he slammed her in the face and whispered the name of John Cazale in her ear and he was her if a guy whose shoes in the deer hunter with he has to west wait yes she was in love with him he was in love with the love of her life and then he passed we very early and that's how he got her to it like that fight scene that they had not all right away and did you tell him to do that well he he never he never did it again she let him know because I think she had to slap him in the face and she out to a movie section give a real slap and he never pushed her around again and his ugly behavior caught up with him just a couple years ago I said that I need to move in and he attributed to being a flirt and that he just did that is a way to loosen up his fellow actors and what Meryl stated at the time couple years ago was what Dustin Hoffman really wants to do because is give birth but he's still glad he's got a **** that was her comment I love her I love her and I guess her sure personality hasn't changed much as far as she's very direct from when she was growing up in Bernardsville New Jersey and so acting was her her thing all from like a young age she knew that she wanted to be an actress her first big role as the age of six he was the virgin Mary in the street living or okay she wrapped her mother's house slipper rounder head and held her Betsy wet T. doll and fell into a trance of holiness that spread her siblings okay other was Joseph her sister was a barnyard animals and she in high school she was home coming queen our senior year is absolutely beautiful if you look at those pictures yes was that she had a horrible adolescence she describes herself as basic plead that she was you know a homely girl with a big nose and you know how that thing but anyway so she started taking voice lessons at the age of twelve but after four years he realized I can't sing opera professionally she took a rapper lessons member she saying in the movie that she did with them no but she also sing in the one that you did with the getting there for sure no she also postcards from the edge but she also saying the recent one that you're mom saw in you want to keep yeah in the flash so she's she dropped the lessons and moved on to boys cheerleading Bob Dylan and the Beatles well then good choice yeah and then she was surprised her appealed it appeared in some beauty teen beauty pageants yeah she said I want to learn how to be appealing this was all about appealing to boys and at the same time being accepted by the girls as anyone knows it's a tricky negotiation and anyway Jack Nicholson he fell in love with her we're gonna find out more about that when they filmed the movie heartburn in nineteen seventies there and he was crazy about her and finely he was so persistent with him that she had to throw him out of her hotel room and just said no more sexual advances I am not interested in you okay but it took him a long time to get there and she said she practiced singing to her father's Barbra Streisand albums and she really considers her first acting role when she got the lead and the high school production of the music man all okay she only had returned my Meryl Streep surely add to friends in high school and one was your cousin N. V. this with other rates envy were dark Meryl her entire career resentment flowing from drama school professors who tried to breaker from film critics who understeer go down and from conventional beauties losing out Oscar worthy parts for an unlikely movie star interesting yeah she graduated from Vassar College and then went to Yale school of drama and in three years at Yale she performed forty different roles including one class the required students to improvise their own death she also likes doing wheelchair you know she would do pretend to be well sure she like being an elderly eccentric and one of her improvised roles that she had to do not remember the time that was was are a she because she kept being called the ice princess people were like I had to drama school you're never gonna make it your ein conventionally beautiful to frosty yeah interesting and so it and and people but her fellow students were jealous of her all gonna find out in the end because she's amazing she goes away in Arles yes you you don't know and when she looked I guess we're gonna find out in this book about queen Meryl that when she's in New York she did what any actor does and bar tended choose a bike messenger oz she was a model she would take any kind of addition that she could and she became a Broadway star lit when Joseph Papp who's the renowned theater yes Sir director capture to play a lusty busty hot mess wearing prosthetic breasts in a Tennessee Williams play called twenty seven wagons full of cotton whenever a Tony nomination and that role introducer to John Cazale an actor's actor who played for our Fredo afraid out sees me in the godfather and played alongside Pacino in dog day afternoon that's right member Albania was riding the bank to get a sex change operation for his boyfriend got fun and yes I just said free of charge yep I'm stupid deer hunter Chrissy was that with Meryl Streep and they felt deeply in love yeah she met him and then they moved into his apartment and every got cancer again he was diagnosed with lung cancer in his mid thirties and it spread to his bones and he was like crying he died very quickly he died before the deer hunter even came out it yeah so I guess is that there is going to get we're going to get more Jews about the Jack Nicholson and more about Dustin Hoffman apparently she guide the mom are that merry is that Meryl's mother Mary is the one who gave her her strong confidence because from the time she was little he just tell you can you can do anything you want it's going to be hard but you can do anything you want if you want to succeed in Meryl psych I'm just an ugly kid with a big mouth and am not she said she was an obnoxious show off these are always in you think about every single role you've seen around and then how she just wasn't big little lies the most unlikable the person that you couldn't stand yeah there is compelling empathy for her she was so horrible but you could get it I mean she is amazing as an actress yeah and and she was so charming and soul delightful yes to us in that room at Saint Paul hotel yeah she really was and told us her mother in law is or she got her accent for and she doesn't care about a fashion shoes going overhead of an Avenue to find an outfit for around the premier prairie home companion she said and her first feature film role for Meryl Streep came opposite hello this is her first film I don't know Laramie irons no Jane Fonda in the nineteen seventies Julia Barbarella sixties in which she had a small role during a flashback scene most of her scenes were edited out but the brief time on screen horrified Meryl Streep she said I had a bad wig they took the words from the scene is shot with Jane and put them in my mouth in a different the scene I thought I've made a terrible mistake no more movies I hate this business and street the old went on later in other interviews to say give credit to Jane Fonda is the lasting influence on her as an actress thing she probably open more dull doors than I even know about for her what role so and of course her breakthrough deer hunter Kramer Kramer they can came back to back and then she had so few strays and she's restaurants in Hammond yeah so that was the movie in orange got nominated for Supporting Actor as and all of that and she I hope to distract herself with the when her guide John Cazale dying she saw Harper pain she accepted a role in the seduction of Joe Tienen as the trippy love interest of Alan Alda is a very unhappily married balancer house and their child yes and anyway they did revise the script to make her a little bit nicer all they did okay so anyway we'll find out more about queen Meryl and see me some of the Jews your stuff in September our site will be.

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"joseph papp" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:16 min | 3 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Or H. Teo well this is specifically for allergies that was the eye drops the cabin was talking about specifically for allergies because I was using I mention that I was using visine AC and he said no don't do that and he gave me a couple of the suggestions so these I got to tell you my allergies are killing me right now and I work this weekend yeah we'll look into the rotor light drops in another thing on your paper towel thing it's not the restaurants that are going cheapo on the napkins it's the industry the people that make the napkins you know I like you when you go to the grocery store and you twenty years ago you could say wow look at the side of the cereal box well now they're not as big as they are every everything smaller and side and everything to get the thing is if I'm a restaurant owner and I order those napkins and I can see through them I am sending them back and saying sorry guys I'm gonna find a different napkin that's capitalism but ultimately the restaurant wants to save money and I don't blame them I'm in the restaurant industry hard anyway but don't save money on napkins my friend because I mean if you are ten where it could be used to before so they're not saving any money in the long run well you know on your strongest two one time at band camp I was drinking a drink water one of those papers Ralph in the things stuck the my weapon pulled so much give that's awful yeah no well there you go there you go yeah yeah a lawsuit can you imagine your honor I was using a paper strong start to my left some of the skin off you probably if you got the right jury you probably make like a million Bucks even at three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five hello Hey Ron hi Mandy how are you a nine timeless a long time listener first time caller welcome to the show yes I wanted to talk about Tom's diner please fall I find it kind of funny that Hey he comes in so late after the first debate but doesn't run until after exiting gets caught I wondered if he didn't get implicated in out somehow well that would I mean why would you put yourself out there to run for president if you know that you're gonna be implicated in the Joseph Papp sting stuff while the thing is is that when he can claim that maybe somebody or maybe that the other side saw this submarine him yes I have not seen it like you know again we have not begun to really get the fallout for the soldiers about sting thing and let's see whose name I don't know I I have absolutely no indication that Tom stars going to be named but we don't know who's going to be named you know we do we just don't so I think it's a funny coincidence he's been thinking about it for a long time though because this is been been reported for some time now that he's been been working on there Sir talking about it or talking to advisors that's been going on for about six or eight months now so I don't know why not maybe is looking at this democratic field and thinking okay this a bunch of losers I can beat these people you know maybe give them a chance to see if anybody was going to come out of the pack that he could support but I guess not I don't know yeah we'll see though I mean it's a crazy theory is there ever was but it might be right you don't know I don't know we'll see yeah I can't wait for more of these dominoes to start to fall in the Joseph Papp scene case because I think this is gonna be very chair free abstain thank you Joseph have seen the phenomenal writer Jeffrey I've seen is a creepy peta file who got away with it for a really long time because he's a well connected billionaire I guess what by the way I meant to say this earlier in the show I totally forgot specifically about the Jeffrey Epstein case if there was any doubt that women being abused sexually has now been officially made a political weapon this whole story should put that to rest because as soon as the story about these indictments broke the Democrats started running to microphones and demanding that the labor secretary stepped out now here's the deal if an investigation and I believe that investigation into that plea deal should be watched I think that should absolutely happened and it is demonstrated that Wally was state attorney accosted did something on toward I let Jeffrey our or a Jeffrey have seen off too easily for a bride for political pressure for whatever whatever the reason is and by the way I do believe something like that happened dude was facing thirty six charges of sex trafficking any pled guilty to one charge of prostitution you don't get that deal if you're not a billionaire if you don't get that deal of bill Clinton's not on your plane on a regular basis you just don't get that deal and yet instead of saying holy crap how did this happen let's investigate let's find out let's make sure everybody goes to jail the Democrats are already racing to the microphone is that what we've lost confidence in this man you know what I want to see Chuck Schumer heard is that sound bite today you know what I want to see Chuck Schumer Hey Chuck wasn't your party that renominated Bill Clinton when we knew we'd already been accused of rape should you step down because of I mean is is this how we're gonna play the game let the investigation play out and if something bad happened everybody should go to jail I don't care what political party there in I read about this story the Miami Herald like five years ago and I was you know immediately after you ready or like what obviously the god and go to jail because he is friends with everybody and now what's interesting to me is why the stories coming up again now because from what I can tell there's no new evidence there's no new evidence in this case and yet it's coming up now and I have a feeling that the Democrats have decided that the Clintons are completely expendable at this point they're willing to jettison bill and Hillary permanently because this didn't come up before the election now did it because that would have been difficult because there are flight manifest the show Bill Clinton on his plane twenty six times the six times and by the way bill Clinton's people are outside of the only on the leading expert I mean that plane four times four times always secret service detail better hope you have some kind of something to back that up bill the same as his detail when he was governor who solicited women for him yeah highway patrolmen they were only cops really you know part of the time that's the other part of the story that really infuriates me this guy had a team of enablers around him a team of people that didn't just turn a blind eye they participated in this to go to jail I want every person to go to jail for this your own care when Kerry newsradio Mandy you know what drives me crazy restroom those middle grade Dyson bring they have on the wall are you talking about the use urinals well one of the messiest your hold over wait wait wait what Dyson it we don't have urinals in the ladies room are you talking about the blade things you obviously missed the show where we talked about the fact that those blowers about Bob they're really just giant poop spreaders and they blow poop particles all over the bathroom and now you're telling me you're in one won't be everywhere thank you the work anymore Bob Bob Bob Bob Bob all the just hang up on well and pretend that he's not living in the Dyson hand dryer he hung up on a few people today today's been a very wacky day all day so I have a very wacky story coming out okay you know what we try not to preach to people we tried it to each other I don't like to have some you know it's like it's that government telling you don't yeah yeah you know eating a candy bar is not good for you I don't need it somebody telling well apparently the Colorado state patrol had to tweet out to people please don't play in the highway median up no kidding really yeah right here in Colorado all time hanging up on that three thirty K. eighties 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"joseph papp" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:37 min | 3 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I made a little clip for yeah what's that I heard I heard one thing you said about eye drops weather than cleaning I drop it's called roto or H. Teo they're like mental eye drops well this is specifically for allergies that was the eye drops the cabin was talking about specifically for allergies because I was using I mention that I was using visine AC and he said no don't do that and he gave me a couple of the suggestions so these I got to tell you my allergies are killing me right now yeah and I work this weekend yeah we'll look into the road of life drops in another thing on your paper towel thing it's not the restaurants that are one cheapo on the napkins it's the industry the people that make the napkins you know I like you when you go to the grocery store and you twenty years ago you could say wow look at the side of the cereal box well now they're not as big as they are every everything smaller and side and everything to get it but the thing is if I'm a restaurant owner and I order those napkins and I can see through them I am sending them back and saying sorry guys I'm gonna find a different napkin that's capitalism but ultimately the restaurant wants to save money and I don't blame them I'm in the restaurant industry hard anyway but don't save money on napkins my friend because I'm in need of you are ten where it could be used to before so they're not saving any money in the long run well you know on your strongest two one time at band camp I was drinking a drink water one of those papers Ralph in the things stuck the my weapon pulled so much give that's awful yeah no well there you go there you go yeah yeah a lawsuit can you imagine your honor I was using a paper strong inspected I let you print some of the skill of you probably if you got the right jury you probably make like a million Bucks even at three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five hello Hey Ron hi Mandy how are you a nine time list a long time listener first time caller welcome to the show yes I wanted to talk about Tom's diner please fall I find it kind of funny that are a he comes in so late after the first debate but doesn't run until after exiting gets caught I wondered if he didn't get implicated in out somehow well that would I mean why would you put yourself out there to run for president if you know that you're gonna be implicated in the Joseph Papp sting stuff while the thing is is that when he can claim that maybe somebody or maybe that the other side saw this submarine him yes I have not seen it like you know again we have not begun to really get the fallout for the soldiers of abstain thing and let's see whose name I don't know I I have absolutely no indication that Tom stars going to be named but we don't know who's going to be named you know we do we just don't so I think it's a funny coincidence I think he's been thinking about it for a long time though because this is been been reported for some time now that he's been been working on there Sir talking about it or talking to advisors that's been going on for about six or eight months now so I don't know why not maybe look at this democratic field and they get okay this a bunch of losers I can beat these people you know maybe give him a chance to see if anybody was going to come out of the pack that he could support but I guess not but it now yeah we'll see though I mean it's a crazy theory is there ever was but it might be right you don't know I don't know we'll see yeah I can't wait for more of these dominoes to start to fall in the Joseph Papp scene case because I think this is gonna be very chair free abstain thank you Joseph have seen the phenomenal writer Jeffrey I've seen is a creepy peta file who got away with it for a really long time because he's a well connected billionaire but guess what by the way I meant to say this earlier in the show I totally forgot specifically about the Jeffrey obscene case if there was any doubt that women being abused sexually has now been officially made a political weapon this whole story should put that to rest because as soon as the story about these indictments broke the Democrats started running to microphones in demanding that the labor secretary stepped out now here's the deal if an investigation and I believe that investigation into that plea deal should be watched I think that should absolutely happened and it is demonstrated that Wally was state attorney accosted did something on toward I let Jeffrey our our Jeffrey have seen off too easily for a bride for political pressure for whatever whatever the reason is and by the way I do believe something like that happened dude was facing thirty six charges of sex trafficking any pled guilty to one charge of prostitution you don't get that deal if you're not a billionaire if you don't get that deal of bill Clinton's not on your plane on a regular basis you just don't get that deal and yet instead of saying holy crap how did this happen let's investigate let's find out let's make sure everybody goes to jail the Democrats are already racing to the microphone is that what we've lost confidence in this man you know what I want to see Chuck Schumer heard is that sound bite today you know what I want to see Chuck Schumer Hey Chuck wasn't your party that renominated Bill Clinton when we knew we'd already been accused of rape should you step down because of I mean is is this are we gonna play the game let the investigation play out and if something bad happened everybody should go to jail I don't care what political party there in I read about this story the Miami Herald like five years ago and I was you know immediately after you ready or like what obviously the god and go to jail because he is friends with everybody and now what's interesting to me is why the stories coming up again now because from what I can tell there's no new evidence there's no new evidence in this case and yet it's coming up now and I have a feeling that the Democrats have decided that the Clintons are completely expendable at this point they're willing to jettison bill and Hillary permanently because this didn't come up before the election no did it because that would have been difficult because there are flight manifest the show Bill Clinton on his plane twenty six times twenty six times and by the way bill Clinton's people are outside of the only on the leading expert I mean that plane four times four times always with my secret service detail better hope you have some kind of something to back that up bill the same as his detail when he was governor who solicited women for him yeah highway patrolmen they were only cops really you know part of the time that's the other part of the story that really infuriates me this guy had a team of enablers around him a team of people that didn't just turn a blind eye they participated in this to go to jail I want every person to go to jail for this your own care when Kerry newsradio Mandy you know what drives me crazy restrooms those middle grade Dyson bring they have on the wall are you talking about the use urinals well one of the messiest your hold over wait wait wait what Dyson it we don't have urinals in the ladies room are you talking about the blade things you obviously missed the show where we talked about the fact that those blowers about Bob they're really just giant poop spreaders and they blow poop particles all over the bathroom and now you're telling me you're in one well everywhere thank you the work anymore Bob Bob Bob Bob Bob all the just hang up on well and pretend that he's not being in the Dyson hand dryer he hung up on a few people today today's but a very wacky day all day so I have a very wacky story coming out okay you know what we try not to preach to people we tried it to each other I don't like to have some you know it's like it's that government telling you don't yeah yeah you know eating a candy bar is not good for you I don't need it somebody telling well apparently the Colorado state patrol had to tweet out to people please don't play in the highway median up no kidding really yeah right here in Colorado all time hanging up on that three thirty K. eighties radio eight fifty A. 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"joseph papp" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"joseph papp" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Welcome to the interview portion of this episode for supper, you're gonna hear from director Robert Mandell, how did you decide to get into show business? I was a chemistry major in college. And a lot of theatre where I went to school, and I fell in love with eater. I wanna came to medicine or theater, I decided on the feeder, and I went to Columbia MSA Columbia worked under Joseph Papp who was my mentor there, and then put me to the public theater, and I worked in New York and regional theatres for about ten years. And then I directed a Jewish piper. Play called knock knock which was picked up by at that time public television and Boston New York with the entire cast that had performed the trinity square in Providence, Rhode Island and. And the refused to consider me to direct it. So I thought I didn't wanna go through that again. So I applied to the American Film Institute, and I knew that acting at by that time was very comfortable for me. But the mechanics of filmmaking were brand new and remember this is before we even had videotaped af I really was responsible for my transitioning from Peter to film, and then I made the short film called nights at over years. Which was my thesis film that. AFI which called a lot of tension and set me off so to speak. Why is it should've? It's a great film. And it was so nice to see creek Watson in that. I'm a few people who Craig Watson was or is. I I have really lost track of him. They were great both. Both of those leads great from there. I got an agent, and they brought me screenplays one of which was the first movie independence day with Kathleen, Quinlan independence. They really put you on the map and just the cast for that movie is fantastic. How did you manage to get all those great actors or were they not necessarily considered the stars? They ended up being at that point. Kathleen, Quinlan was the only known at that point. She had she had done. I never promised to rose garden produce of that some van black had done. I've believe a TV movie with her and brought her to my attention. And of course, I met her. And I thought she was perfect for the role the others. I had seen they they weren't famous at the times. I end we I think this is. Since I film, I knew her because as I said, I grew out of New York theater, and she was at theater actress, she'd come from Yale made a big splash Hedda Gabler. And I just thought she was terrific lift the young. I also new New York he had been in sixteen bones, which was a David replay. That was at the public theater and David Keith I had seen in a movie or two, and I I thought he would. So I would write and I was the lighted to have them marrying Dougherty. Who who I I don't know if you're familiar with. But she was a brilliant casting director at wanna brothers. And because it was the first film of mine. It was great to have her support in twos. Ing those people on even the ramps and Richard Farnsworth. And I love Francis stern Hakin. She is always Fanta St. on she's terrific again. He was New York actress, I knew. She is wonderful wonderful and all of them were terrific and the move the and I really needed. I mean that was truly initiation fire from me because going from student film, which was knighted over years to a wanna brothers movie was an enormous step in warmest. And great to you know, have the support of the cast. The producers were as I recall down my neck wanting to come in a very low number for low budget movie, and the stars of that movie were were helpful helpful in in persuading those producers to to give me while I wanted did independent state make splash, you know, it could not at the time. I not at all pulling kale really resurrected that movie the opening few theaters in New York and Chicago in Los Angeles. I know people saw that time Diane visa shortlisted for an Academy Award about movie, but did not enough nation. So people saw it but not enough not enough. And then after pulling kale thought a y-..

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