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"renee elise goldsberry" Discussed on Fresh Air
"With each revisit. Justin chang is film critic for the la times. He reviewed the new pixar film. Luca and the german film own dina coming up. We hear from renee elise goldsberry. She won a tony award for her portrayal of angelica schuyler in hamilton and a grammy for her work on the cast. Recording goldsberry is now one of the stars of the new comedy series girls five. This is fresh air weaken. This message comes from. Npr sponsor capital one with no fees are minimums on checking and savings accounts spanking with capital. One is the easiest decision. Kind of taylor swift choosing a cardigan on a chilly day and with their top rated app you can deposit checks and transfer money anytime anywhere making capital one and even easier decision. That's banking reimagined. What's in your wallet. Terms apply capital one. Na member fdic. This message comes from npr sponsor. Virgo your family. Reunion is more important than ever. that's why bourbeau has private whole vacation homes for the whole family and just the family shared room or spaces so whether it's around the pool grill or patio. Your family will have the space and privacy to finally reconnect. Download the verb. Oh app the time for getting back together is now this message comes from. Npr sponsor. Mail chimp who knows that writing an email that gets customers. Attention is easier said than done. That's why mailchimp chimp offers smart recommendations to improve email open rates more at mail chimp dot com slash smart marketing. Our guest renee elise goldsberry when a tony award for her performance in hamilton and a grammy for her work on the cast recording. She's now one of the stars of the new comedy series girls five ever that's available on peacock. nbc's streaming platform. She spoke with fresh. Air's emory bolden auto. You probably already know renate least goldsberry from this out that's her playing angelica schuyler in hamilton. She was also in the broadway productions of rent the color purple and the lion king she was on. Tv shows like ally mcbeal and the good wife and the soap opera one life to live and now she gets to show off her comedy chops not to mention her ability to parody nineties pop songs in a new show called girls five aba. It just got renewed for a second season. So here's the plot. It's about a one. Hit wonder girl group from the nineteen nineties whose members have dropped out of music and have pretty much been living in obscurity. One of them's even a dentist. But when a hip hop artist decides to sample one of their old songs people remember they performed together for the first time in decades on a late night show and end up deciding they wanna keep performing. They fire their sexist manager who took advantage of them when they were younger and decide to write their own new songs. They wanna make music again as a group even though the odds are against them the executive producer of girls. Five ebba is tina fey. And you can tell the jokes come fast and feminist and the songs may feel like you know them from the nineties but the lyrics make fun of misogyny of those times goldsberry plays the character wicky. Who tried to hold onto the success and fame with a solo career but it never took off she still pretending to be a social media influencer but in reality. Her job is shooting geese at the airport so when the group gets the second chance. Wiki thinks that finally the world will recognize her talent in this scene. Waikiki trying to convince her bandmate played by sarah. Sarah's to get the group back together. I was never done with music. Okay after i went to solo the label decided i was difficult just because i let my backup singers wear makeup and refused to play venues. That also did sports. I thought there's little think of stuff is going to be my ticket back to the fame and the lifestyle i am owed because of the voice odd alpa renee elise goldsberry. Welcome to fresh air. Thank you. I'm so happy to be here. Can you describe your character. Wicky roy wicky is desperately in need of a second chance. She is a woman who believes that stardom was destined for her and she also is under the misbelief that she needed to climb over everybody along the way to achieve her dreams and when we meet her we discover that that did not work out for her and she has a pretty hard lesson ahead of her to figure out how to turn. I think what is a beautiful talent away from being something that's cancerous in her and into something that really lifts her and everyone around her up as high as possible. I think part of the reason why people love this series is the songs they sound just like. They're supposed to sound john wise. They sound like songs from the late nineties. Early two thousands from girl and boy groups but they also make fun of the lyrics. Do you have a favorite song of the ones you saying. Oh my gosh dream girlfriends. Is this one song dream girlfriends. 'cause our dads are dead so you never have to meet them and get asked why you left school like they're just so very calm the line about tarantino like i love tarantino i like stand up but not by women like every single song from the split need to famous five ever. You know. there are just so brilliantly constructed they walk this line between being real songs that somebody would put out in the ninety s like you said making fun actually kind of making us aware of some of the ridiculous things that we might have thought but also being just good enough to be to make it on an album but you understand why it didn't make it as a hit. One of your breakout moments was in a production at shakespeare in the park. The musical two gentlemen of verona. And you've got great reviews the times called you. What is it. I can tell you well. Whatever time spark plug of musical wit and vitality. I believe this. The show. Shakespeare in the park white year is a two thousand and five two thousand five. So why did that show was the impact on your career. It was huge. It was huge. I remember when i got the soap opera. I was still in the soap opera. At the time i remember. My fear of the job was that i would be not written for but in a contract where i i was just sitting there and i couldn't do anything else and the beauty is the opposite happened. They did end up writing for me. And i had an opportunity. My executive producer. Frank valentini used to let me do all the theater in the world. He's made it work. And kathleen marshall cast me to play. Sylvia in two gentlemen of verona opposite norm. Lewis with rod dawson and oscar. Isaac there. I was in the show because kathleen marshall took a chance on me from my audition. I was nobody and she created this amazingly interesting fantastic character..
"renee elise goldsberry" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"And there And Tondena or Ondine is a famous name from European mythology. The German writer director Christian Petzold puts his own spin on the legend. This Indiana, played by Paula Beer lives in present day Berlin and works as a city historian. You wouldn't guess that there's anything supernatural about her or that she is bound by a single rule. If a human lover betrays her, she must take his life. We see her preparing to do just that. Early on. When her latest boyfriend, Johannes tells her he's leaving her for another woman. Petzel takes a somber, realistic approach to this outlandish premise. There are no obvious visual effects, and Indiana's mythological origins are never spelled out. But the story unfolds with such sly matter of fact, nous that I soon found myself immersed in it. Before she has time to deal with Johannes Andina is swept off her feet by another man, Christoph. And the two plunge headlong into a love affair that consumes them both and, like most of Indiana's love affairs is not fated to end happily. Christoph is played by Franz Rogowski, who appeared together with Paula Beer in Petzold. Previous film Transit. The actors are captivating to watch, and the reunion here adds to the movies faintly otherworldly feel. Petzel likes to use genre to illuminate different chapters of German history, and Tondena is no exception. His filmmaking is so elegant and concise that you may not realize he's slipping in a lesson on the history of Berlin itself, a history of war devastation and reconstruction. Which Tondena has long born witness. She's a truly timeless heroin in a movie that I've seen multiple times now and which becomes more mysterious and magical, with each revisit. Justin Chang is film critic for the L A Times he reviewed the new Pixar film Luca and the German film Tondena. Tomorrow on fresh air. Our guests will be Renee Elise Goldsberry. She was one of the stars of the original Broadway production of Hamilton and won a Tony for her performance as Angelica Skylar. Now she's a star of the new comedy series Girls five ever about the members of a nineties girl group who reunite when the women are middle aged. Tina Fey is one of the executive producers. I hope you'll join us. Fresh.
"renee elise goldsberry" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune
"Back. Yes it's it's so okay. Girls find that. Bud it's on the peak on the peacock in. It's a tina fey shell. Tina fey executive produced it busy phillips in sarah beret alice's in it which is fantastic. Be good because not only can they seen but it's so stupid it's a play. They play a girl group from the like the late nineties. The late ninety s. I want to say it's during the boy band era. Yeah andrew reynolds zenit. I'm trying to let me yes. Renee elise goldsberry. She played they all each have their own little characters of like you know i was the diva and i was a lesbian. There is the there is a busy busy phillips. Plays like the pretty wind. But she's like just such a debts she's she's married to andrew reynolds her and he used to be in a boy band and yeah he we all think that he's gay but it's just so funny and their songs are just so stupid but they play them like they're real songs. I'll love so good. And they actually have a playlist on spotify like music from the show on spotify. And it's just so ridiculous. Busy phillips is so funny. Sarah reality is so funny in the writing is just so quick and sharp in stahl gic like it's just. That's that tina fey robert carlyle style. Oh it's a joke joke. Joke joke chen. The references are just like they do in nine eleven reference uh-huh and they were like yeah. We shouldn't release that song on nine eleven and and just cuts to like the video that they did in their dress up like stewardesses and reiko now my heart and your own narrow i gotta watch his show zones insane but i love the sillier the thing the better from can i just say there is a there is a lesbian episode Lesbian episode. where. I think it is the funniest thing where the girl who plays the lead paula. Pell ha paula. Pell she has this number. That is just absurd. I cannot wait for you to watch it and then hit me up immediately. Because i know you're gonna cry laughing because it's like it wasn't her it would have been you easily. Oh my gosh. While i'm gonna check it out so there's some good suggestions for us right there. I mean we're really. We're really bringing people the goods this episode justice. Yeah i mean that's what we gotta do. What else is out there. That's new we'll movies you can see in the heights crew. Lx birla. i heard it was really good in. I'm in the middle of in the heights. It's really good. But i haven't watched it yet. I have to watch that too..
"renee elise goldsberry" Discussed on KCRW
"Of girls five ever are played by two real life Broadway stars Sarah Morella's and Renee Elise Goldsberry. Rounding out the group are former SNL writer Paula Pell and Freaks and Geeks alum busy Phillips. Those two are not known for their singing. But Pitino says they can and do well, when I pitched the show, you know, we all thought. Oh, look, you know, we really only need to find One actress who can sing as well and the rest can maybe one holds attuned. Maybe one just collapse. You know they don't have to be incredible. But then we just kept getting Talent that could do everything. So the first person we went out to you with Sarah Morella's and we felt like it was a swing because we didn't know if she would want to do the show. But Tina had seen her and waitress and Tina was like this. She's so natural. She's her timing is great. She's a really, really good address. So we took a swing and went to her. And she said yes, and then because she said, Yes, we felt like okay, well, let's find more of the most amazing people. And the next person we went to was Rene who? Obviously everyone knows from Hamilton, But Tina had an inside hot tip from working with her on the movie sisters. Rene seen eventually, unfortunately, got cut out. I think they shot way too much advantage. But they said she's really funny. So we went to her next and she wanted to do it and then Pollen. Busy kind of came together as we got closer and closer to shooting. Both of them were living in l A. And you know, Paula was on AP Bio. And I just I just didn't really think it was possible that they would end up on a New York City show. But busy had coincidentally decided to move East and so Tina called her and said, Hey, everyone East, Huh? I got a job you might be interested in and she was immediately which was great. And then Paula happened to be kind of waiting out the pandemic. In North Carolina, and she also was like, Yeah, I'm in on the East Coast I'm in. So we just got the best cast. I mean, I don't know if you had those broad types in your head before or you left the cast somewhat shaped the types of the women in the pop group. Well, we had the parts. Written We did, However, once we got our cast tried to write more to them and also learn their strengths. Sarah is Super funny physical comedian, and she's also just got wonderful timing. And Renee. You know, in the pilot, there's a line that she just burst into song. I thought there's little think of stuff is gonna be my take it back to the fame and the lifestyle I am owed because of the voice God I put in wine. Wow, Esso. We started writing more punch lines for her where she gets to sing them, right. That's like us a little stick that she has. Yeah, So finding those little things and then writing towards them was very fun. And then, of course, you plunge into shooting.
"renee elise goldsberry" Discussed on WTOP
"Of a lot of the shows that Tina Fey has produced. The jokes come fast and furious. It's a pop culture satire on It's just really, really funny. You can find it on Peacock. And, uh, there's music in it, Of course, um, much of it written by Jeff Richmond, Who's Tina Fey's husband, and the songs are really funny and catchy, very evocative of what was going on in the late nineties. Uh, but just It's just a really fun and hilarious show anything you'd compare it to. Uh, I mean, it's it's sort of, you know, you can see it as a descendant of 30 Rock, and that it is really talking about how ridiculous it is to work in the entertainment industry. And again, the pacing of it is is really quick and funny. Um, but you know, one of the really great performances, and it is from Renee Elise Goldsberry, who was in the original cast of Hamilton. You haven't seen her doing comedy like this Necessarily. And she is just hilarious is a self involved, diva. Well, thank you for Ah, letting me know how to properly pronounce the shelf girls. Five ever. All right? And Sunday night, Zewe premieres on Showtime. Tell us what this is all about. And who is the way So the way is a comedian who has kind of blown up online. You may have seen her doing interviews on YouTube or Instagram. And she brings that energy to this new talk show on Showtime, where she interviews people and she talks about Provocative issues like race, but she does it in a way. That's both funny, and that leads to really interesting discussions On the first episode. One of her guests is friend Liebowitz and one of the questions she asked her is what annoys you more slow walkers or Racists s O that That's the kind of caliber of question that you get. But it leads to really interesting places, and I think this show is going to be a real talker. All right. Thank you, Jan that his vulture critic Jen Chaney. Hey, we want to let you know. Don't be startled. If you hear Jets screaming overhead Today, the U. S military's Air Combat command will conduct a flyover in the DC area at one o'clock this afternoon. Taking part will be 40 38 aircraft, which are two seat twin jet supersonic jet trainers. Cool will have to look up. It's 10 13. Here's David and Lisa Stadler.
"renee elise goldsberry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"People who have made the Broadway musical Hamilton a theatrical sensation. Coming up my conversation with actor Renee Elise Goldsberry, who won a Tony Award for her portrayal of Angelica, Skylar and Hamilton. She joined us along with writer director Trey Edward Schultz and actor Kelvin Harrison to discuss their film waves. Then actor Davey Diggs, who originated the roles of Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson in Hamilton. He also joined us to discuss his starring role in the TV series Snowpiercer and later we'll talk with actor Oak, another one who originated the dual role of Hercules Mulligan and James Madison. I'll get to all of it. I'm Alison Stewart and I will meet you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR News. I'm nor RAHM. Talks between congressional Democratic leaders and top administration leaders ended Friday with that agreement on another round of Corona virus relief legislation. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. They've been deadlocked on several issues, including extra unemployment benefits. Democrats are pushing to extend the $600 per week jobless benefit while Republicans want to scale back that amount. Well. Adam's, an economist with PNC Financial Services, says the supplemental income is crucial to keep the economy afloat during the pandemic. If the $600 per week isn't extended than we expect that household income is going to be about $75 billion per month lower 1,000,000,000 with a B in the August and going forward, so that would be a huge blow to aggregate household incomes. Lawmakers also remain at odds over additional aid for state and local governments and liability protections for businesses amid the pandemic. Windsor Johnston NPR NEWS Washington The European Union is worried about a second wave of both corona virus infections and national border closures. Sorry. Schultz has more. The European Commission is urging governments not to make unilateral decisions to close their borders to people coming from other you countries So what authorities air doing more of now is imposing restrictions based on regions. That's also controversial but doesn't shut down Commerce and tourism as much is blocking all travelers from another member state. Still, with infection rates rising across the you dramatically in some places. There are likely to be bands put in place if the trend continues. Teri Schultz reporting Joe Arpaio, who once declared himself America's toughest sheriff, has lost a bid to reclaim his old job as sheriff of the largest county in Arizona. From member station Cage's easy Ben Giles reports. Arpaio held the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office for 24 years before his defeat in 2016. Since then, the controversial law and Order Republican was found guilty of criminal contempt by a federal judge was pardoned by President Trump and lost a primary campaign for a U. S. Senate seat in 2018. That didn't stop Arpaio from running again this year as a tough on crime lawmen and close ally of Trump. Instead of Arpaio, Republican primary voters narrowly favored his former chief deputy, Jerry Sheridan, He'll face Paul Penzone, the Democrat who beat Arpaio four years ago. For NPR News. I'm Ben Giles in Phoenix U. S. Intelligence officials warn that Russia, China and Iran are attempting to influence the upcoming presidential election. A statement by the director of the National Counter Intelligence and Security Center says Russia is trying to hurt the campaign of Democrat Joe Biden. Well, China and Iran are trying to hurt the re election of President Trump. This is NPR news. President Trump says he'll join a conference call Sunday with Lebanon's president and other world leaders to discuss how to help Lebanon after this week's a devastating explosion in Beirut. A warehouse exploded, killing at least 154 people and injuring another 5000. Canada has reacted strongly to President Trump's decision to impose new tariffs son some Canadian aluminum products. NPR's Jackie Northam reports There was a current of disbelief in a statement by Canada's deputy prime minister Christian a free land for the Trump administration, using national security concerns. To impose 10% tariffs on Canadian aluminum products, Trump said. The punitive measures were to prevent a surge in imports, Freeland said. Canadian aluminum does not undermine U. S. National security and that in a time of global pandemic, an economic crisis the last thing US and Canadian workers need are new tariffs that will raise costs, impede the free flow of trade and hurt local economies. Freeland said. In response, Canada will impose dollar for dollar countermeasures. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Washington, A survey of Federal Aviation Administration employees found many of them Say they're pressure not to raise too many safety concerns that their bosses are more concerned with the objectives of the airline industry than safety. A survey was commissioned by the FAA after two fatal crashes of Boeing 7 37 max planes that killed 346 people..
"renee elise goldsberry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You know, there is a step means nothing mother, his mother, and because it's not true, it's It's an effective means for telling her that he's in pain. And you say the worst things that people you love the absolutely right thing. Especially at that age, And for me, it feels like ties screaming for help. Absolutely the the poor way that he does it. Yeah. You're in. A lot of the pressure is that Ronald is trying to protect his son from systemic racism on DH prepare his son for systemic racism. What what? What Catherine's responses to those same forces because he is so intense about it. I'm curious how she is responding to it and how she's trying to teach her Children in my in my own life. I I think that as parents, you tend to balance the other one out if one parent is typically Very kind over protecting, you know, overprotective you tend to like, say, you know, he'll be fine. Go, go, go. You just You just tend to balance each other out, and I think that's definitely happening in this film. I I see. Catherine as Tyler's person that you know the mother is, I think the sun's person in this way and you asked earlier. Why did he not say anything to the father? It's almost more painful. Why does he not say anything to the mother? Because I think she seems to try to be a safe place for the Children. And as a parent myself. I was thinking about this The other day. I saw a young boy I was picking up my daughter from school, and I saw this young boy ride by me and a bike and get hit by a car a couple weeks ago, and he was fine. He kind of rolled over this car and and he was okay and We're trying to convince him to go to urgent care, and he didn't want to go because he didn't want his parents to know that he was riding a bike without his helmet. And I thought this is what our job is. As parents. It is Tina. We play like we are the judge and jury in our homes. But it is really on ly to launch our Children. In reality. We are not the judge. We are the advocate. And if we don't teach our Children What were their advocate, then they are not safe in the world. And I think this movie is a cautionary tale about both parents. Not just the overbearing one. But the super ly. Sweet loving one failing to make sure that the Children know when you make a mistake. My job is to take care of you. You run to me and let me know if you know it's and I'm not the sentence, sir. I am the one who's going to protect you. And so I think even the really sweet mother that's rubbing his head all the time has failed to communicate that to the child, and that's what I That's why I encourage mothers and fathers. Whatever role you play in your family to go see this movie so true when you originally wrote this movie. Correct me if I'm wrong. It wasn't a black family. Initially. I know that's not true because it wasn't written. Yet. It was basically broad ideas, the family But then, as soon as any real writing started, it was always a black family, and specifically that with the collaboration account And when you thought about this, did you ask yourself the question? I'm a white dude. Um, I'm going to be able to understand some of the nuances of a middle class black family. Yeah, So I mean, it was basically the fact that Calvin and I already know each other. We love each other. I believe in collaboration, and it's everything toe art and especially filmmaking, so Between that and the fact that this is a deeply deeply personal movie to myself and my family as well. It felt right. It felt right that we could combine our point of used where we could make something specifically a black family that's going through. I think universal universal things, you know, grief life tragedy trying to heal. That's any family can connect with that. But like, I think, Because of this unique relationship I have with Calvin and the trust we had established. It felt like we could. We could do this honest together. If that makes sense. You know what I love about. Our wonderful writer director here is that There were challenges I think inherent in casting the film the way that he did on DH. He chose not to let that stop him from casting it the way that he wanted to cast it. Hey, chose to kind of be kind of blind to that and say we weaken do this because I'm going to cast the best actor and then the best actress after that, What's really beautiful Is that even though he did that he was he is very aware I was I watching the movie. For the first time I saw my community reflected in in ways that I didn't think we communicated to him. I'm telling you this for the first time, but I mean, I I was like, Oh, my God. How does he know this And that and the other? There are things he was very collaborative. And there are things that we shared. And then there are things that are just here. Somehow. I don't know how you knew to do some of the nuances that air there, but I find it very authentic. To not only universally but to who we are specifically as black people. What was something that you learn in this film or was challenging for you in this film Calvin that you'll take for your further projects. Your next project how to protect myself Better doing a movie like this, You know, you dive in, especially when the young actor you like you really want to do well, and you really want Renee to be proud of you right out of you and You know succeed, and you just You can almost abandoned yourself during the process, And that's not good. You know, I took me a year to kind of shake Tyler off. Get a therapist afterwards, but Ultimately, I think it was important experience for me to go through. Just it's a craft and I need to use my craft better, but I mean, I just got so into the characters, so it's only the darkness of it now. Yeah, absolutely about for you, Rene something that was challenging in this. It's a great question, I think. I would take from this The I think the license too. Bring more of myself to every roll. Like I said, I loved the fact that she was on the page on DH. What I learned when I got there is that you know he was asking for even more than it was on the page. He was. He was really welcoming every part of my experience to inform this this film, and I think I would give myself even more license to show up the next time. With with, you know, you know more of me. I mean, I think there's there's even more of me to offer any any production, especially with a really good director. So I think I feel like I have that license now, and I'm grateful for it. What about she was a filmmaker. Oh, I did. This movie has been my life for the past three years and all of my heart and soul on everything is a human being. And I believe in so I can't. It's too big of an answered some of it's It's everything that was Renee Elise Goldsberry, writer director Trey Edward Schultz and actor Kelvin Harrison Jr. Who joined us last fall to discuss their film waves, which is now available to stream on prime video. Up next our conversation with Tony and Grammy winning actor TV Diggs, who originated the roles of Marquis de Lafayette.
"renee elise goldsberry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To all of it on WNYC. See, I'm Alison Stewart It'sa Hamel Friday We're celebrating the talented creators and performers who were part of the hit Broadway musical Hamilton. Of course, the movie dropped earlier this summer, opening up the experience to a whole new audience. We're kicking off this hour with actor Renee Elise Goldsberry, who won a Tony Award for her portrayal of Angelica Skylar in Hamilton. But Rene is also a gifted dramatic actress, and when she joined us last fall, we spoke to her about her role in a film called Waves, which is now available to stream on prime video. At the beginning of the film. Our protagonist, Tyler Williams, has it all. He's the star of his high school wrestling team in Florida. He's crazy about his girlfriend, Alexis. He studies hard and plays piano. His parents love him, and his sister does too, in that sibling kind of way. But his father, played by Sterling Kay Brown insists that because they are a black, middle class family, they have to work 10 times as hard as everyone else to get ahead. That means working out with his father every weekend. Never taking a homework break, never losing a wrestling match and the his mother, Katherine, played by Renee Elise Goldsberry tries her best to relieve some of Tyler stress. The pressure from his father continues to mount. And when a serious injury and startling news for his girlfriend throws Tyler into a downward spiral, the tragic consequences leave the Williams family left to pick up the pieces. Now That's the plot, but you really have to see waves to get the full sensory experience. The cinematography is vibrant and electric. The camera swoops and spins the music of Kanye West, Kendrick, Lamar and Frank Ocean create a thumping heart beat of this film. Rene was joined by co star actor Kelvin Harrison Jr and writer director Trey Edward Schultz. I read that took about 10 years to get this project together, so I began by asking Trey why waves was a decade in the making honest, it wasn't anything crazy was just creative. I didn't know it was You know ideas for this, but I didn't know how they all came together. And it was the broad structure you know, and brother and sister. But how does this all intermingle and it was honestly, just that and creative and I think A few things coming together for why it was now that it was ready. You know, I think getting to the other side of some personal stuff and having perspective on that on beating Cal on my last movie in that collaboration, and then all those things and then Yeah, it was time. You know, you should be on the radio all the time. Thank you. So you said that you had spent some time with kids to make sure that this script felt really authentic. What did you learn? What was something that you had to change in the script? That creepy the way you did research to fully understand the experience of a teenage Tio? Ah, I I mean, yes, it was a did research like old man online and Ah, talk to some kids had a few kids read the script and get perspective. Shockingly, not a ton had to change. It was Mohr was specificities, You know, specificity of the social media and some language and stuff. But what was really interesting is, I think so much of the movie kind of brew out. Of Kelly and I talking about our time at that age with my girlfriend as well and like our experiences and head spaces, and so, like first, it really started from there and then making sure that it worked contemporaries well, but what I realize is, you know, I think some of these things were going through are a bit timeless And like even our parents were struggling with stuff in different ways. Of course, Each generation has its new nuances and But that's what it was really about finding the specificity of now, you know? Renee, What did you think when you read the script? I was so grateful that the characters of parents I play the mother Katherine were developed in ways that I find unique in films about high school. Kids or even college kids. The parents tend to be kind of off on an island there either, like the foil or they're you know they're to provide something, but they don't. Actually if you're looking through the perspective of the child, you don't typically really see an accurate three dimensional person There. That is also kind of responsible and suffering for whatever happens, and in this instance I was, I was so pleasantly surprised. To see the development of both parents and you know windows into their reality and kind of how you young people are kind of affect their relationship and caring. What happens to their relationship was Really disrespecting. Okay. You said you worked with Trey on this a bit. So when you first got the script, and you looked at it, what were some of the things that you thought? You know what we should do this or we should do that. I'd like to see this in my character or any of the other characters. Yeah. I mean, I was first I was just so blown away about how well he was able to listen and actually see me from those conversations we had is like You know you meet someone. You have this beautiful relationship with them, and he feels like my big brother. But then you don't. Do you actually love me enough to to represent my version of what my family could look like in the script. I was impressed and grateful for it. But then it was just really getting into like the dad and what were the small things that would remind us that he's still he's a human being as well and that His his. His motives also have justification in some sense, so it was trying to find out what was making Ronald work the way he did, and we just kind of kept talk fleshing out. You know, I was like, What would my dad say when he walked into my bedroom when he wants to check me and the with the flesh, and the foundation was always there. That monologue Stirling hasn't that Room was always there, and we just kind of worked it out. Did you do chemistry tests it all with actors and you know, it really was the first time their whole family..
"renee elise goldsberry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"New bodies the golden sleeves which creates a lot of twists and turns it's called altered carbon and Machiavelli is our hero this time around isn't this season as this mercenary on a mission the whole show is framed with this deep seated love story Renee Elise Goldsberry is involved to kick in but in this one I think is right but I think that his character is one with somebody else right that's the beauty of it I can change it it's sort of this anthology type vibe and if you like an escape to another world with new rules this is great for him yeah yeah okay all right you're the other one was called and verified Genter Friday gentrifying a neighborhood yeah T. I. yeah okay yeah this one is called altered carbon and where can you watch that Netflix it's not for either of you okay but Donnie here's the thing I don't want to live in this world altered carbon so sometimes watching something that's not happening right now is this Cape I need from right now as well okay might want to try it all right we'll see you have to start with season why of course they will season one he didn't come back for season two but it's one of your favorite actors Joel Kinnaman is last season one might yet no I think I I think I wanted to watch I think Casey maybe is wanted to watch is very wild yeah so I love it like last year no you hear any of that except this into a little bit okay were people so yeah you just there's mines act like that yeah I basically people are immortal it's three four hundred years five reviews in the future no more death I will tend to ask I want to be live forever though yeah don't worry you're not going to I'm not keen on work great for you okay okay yeah okay it is like doing the show without an audience no you can buy really doing all work does all life does everybody does so we feel it till another showing we just there you go again yes yeah and like you said Katie keen Riverdale yes you read segments anything on the CD reporter it back how.
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"Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show ended new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous Taurus I one hundred sixty six year old women's college in South Carolina has decided to admit men as residential students and it could happen as early as fall twenty twenty one Columbia College has coed evening graduate and online programs but college spokeswoman Erica Dawkins tells the state that this will be the first coed residential day program president Carol Moore tells the post and courier that the school in Columbia will keep its designation as a women's college by letting women choose to attend coed or women only classes the board of trustees voted on the plan Friday the director of the U. S. mentors giving the keynote address at the one hundred fiftieth anniversary celebration of the Carson city mint the men inside what's now the Nevada state museum began producing coins from the silver and gold or of the nearby Comstock lode on February fourth eighteen seventy U. S. director David Ryder joins governor Steve says a lack and others in the ceremonial striking of US special sauce with ten you'll silver medallion on the historic coin press number one it's the original press used to produce the first coins bearing the CC mintmark state of the union I'm timid wire with an A. P. news minute in the house president.
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"Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show ended new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous Taurus a Minnesota medical board has reprimanded the doctor who prescribed pain medication for prince but put it in another person's name in the months before Princeton actress Shannen Doherty has a message for fans revealing she's battling a recurrence of breast cancer that's progress to to stage for calling it a bitter pill to swallow she first revealed she had breast cancer twenty fifteen it charted her battle with the disease and its remission on social media stories that one reason she came forward is to get ahead of any rumors she says her health conditions could come out in court because she's doing insurance companies State Farm after her California home was damaged in a fire in twenty eighteen Jordy who's forty eight said I'd rather people who work for me I want to be real and authentic she's been working on the reboot of Beverly hills at nine OO to one OO and kept the diagnosis mostly secret saying quote people with stage four can work to our life doesn't and the minute we get that diagnosis we still have some living to do I'm in the choir president trump is delivering his third state of the union address pride is restored and for all of these reasons I say to the people of our great country and to the members of Congress this state of our union is stronger than ever before however has drawn boos from Democrats including this line here those who want to take away your health care take away your doctor and abolish private insurance entirely one hundred and thirty two lawmakers in this room have endorsed legislation.
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"Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show ended new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous stores state of the union I'm Tim acquire than AP news minute in the house president of the United States president trump is giving his third state of the union address to both the house and the Senate three years ago we launched the great American come back tonight I stand before you to share the incredible results jobs are blooming comes a story poverty is plummeting tonight's speech comes as members of the Senate debate whether to vote for or against trump's conviction in his impeachment trial he's likely to be acquitted on a mainly partisan basis many women Democrats are wearing white again to align themselves with suffragettes a sentry after women won the right to vote some are also wearing green equal rights amendment pins that's ahead of what could be a house vote on that issue later this month I'm Jim acquire AP digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to.
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"In a new round of scrutiny aimed at tech companies Irish regulators of loans separate enquiries into Google and the dating app tinder over how they process use the data island state protection commission said it decided to look into how Google handles location data after a number of consumer groups across the European Union filed complaints Google said in a statement that he will cooperate fully with the inquiry and continue to work closely with regulators and consumer associations across Europe the regulator is also investigating Tenda off the concerns have been raised about the ongoing processing of uses personal data if you've been hoping for the chance to see the musical Hamilton with its original Broadway cast you'll soon get the opportunity on the big screen the Walt Disney company says it's going to distribute a four year old live capture of the show in the US and Canada on October fifteenth twenty twenty one the film was made at the Richard Rodgers theatre on Broadway in June of twenty sixteen will star the original Tony Award winners Lin Manuel Miranda as Alexander Hamilton W. digs as marquis de Lafayette and to Thomas Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show ended new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous Taurus millennials grew up with the internet but this ever online generation may be uniquely positioned as targets of internet scams and they're talking about it in October twenty nineteen report by the Federal Trade Commission shows millennials are twenty five percent more likely to report losing money to fraud than those over forty the report also found this age group was twice as likely to report falling victim to shopping fraud reported getting bested by business and debt relief scams in greater numbers it was seventy seven percent more likely than older consumers to report losing money to a scam that started over email while millennials are more likely to report this kind of fraud the tool to prevent and recover from such scams applied to consumers of any age some schools of thought include being skeptical about social media shopping beware of work scams and doubt debt relief offers president trump is delivering his third state of the union address pride is restored and for.
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"Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show and it new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous stores a Spanish court has raised the sentence against a former bank president found guilty of trying to smuggle a painting by Pablo Picasso out of the country the Madrid court announced the decision to raise the sentence against find X. banking to head home may both teen to three years instead of eighteen months the move came after the prosecution detected an error in the original sentence handed down last month the court also raise the amount by team was fined from fifty two point four million euros to ninety one point seven million the trial lasted heard how a team of Spanish police experts flew to the French island of Corsica in twenty fifteen to retrieve the painting Picasso's Monsta piece head of a young woman the Spanish government had ruled in twenty twelve the the painting which is valued at some twenty four million euros could not be taken out of the country even though it was owned by both seen almonds used to be listed as having a hundred seventy calories per serving the researchers now say they could be less and that depends on if the almonds are raw cooked or ground up into butter the Associated Press reports research by the US department of agriculture funded by almond growers showed for each ounce of almost participants eight that's about a handful they digested about a hundred thirty calories with the remaining forty calories expelled as waste researchers also found cooking and grinding helped break down the cell walls and almonds freeing more calories for digestion roasted almonds had slightly more digestible calories than raw almonds and when the nuts were ground up into almond butter nearly all the calories were digested despite their findings regarding almonds researchers said the calorie counts use for most other foods are fairly accurate I'm in the choir president trump is delivering his third state of the union address pride is restored and for all of these.
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"Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show and new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous Taurus I definitely to the corona virus has been reported in Hong Kong A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma reports the news comes as hospital workers there continue to strike home call hospitals have caught services as medical workers strike for a second day to the mall on the border with mainland China be shut completely the wall of a virus the schools his first death in the semi autonomous territory the patient who died was a man who had traveled to to hand the mainland city at the center of the outbreak before being hospitalized in Hong Kong well the two of Hong Kong's land and sea crossings with the mainland will close at midnight of the more than two thousand hospital workers went on strike on Monday I'm Charles de Ledesma the dragons were dancing in the Chinese community of when a sorry set that celebrated the spring festival marking the arrival of the Chinese New Year celebrations mark the year of the rat according to the Chinese zodiac hundreds of people came out to celebrate the occasion where dancing dragons paraded through the crowd and Chinese and Argentine singers and entertainers perform for the audience attracted by Argentina's open immigration policy many Chinese citizens migrated to point a sorry shortly after World War two in search of a better life estimates put the number of Chinese Argentines at more than one hundred twenty thousand the event's organizer pointed out that due to a virus outbreak in China state in the union I'm to McGuire than AP news minute in the house.
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"Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show ended new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous Taurus a Minnesota medical board has reprimanded the doctor who prescribed pain medication for prince but put it in another person's name in the months before prince died in twenty sixteen the Minnesota board of medical practice order doctor Michael Schulenburg to pay a civil penalty of four thousand six hundred forty eight dollars last month the board didn't name prince but the Star Tribune says the board identified him as patient number one and his body guard Kirk Johnson was identified as patient number two Schulenburg attorney any Connors declined comment the dragons were dancing in the Chinese community of when a sorry set that celebrated the spring festival marking the arrival of the Chinese New Year celebrations mark the year of the rat according to the Chinese zodiac hundreds of people came out to celebrate the occasion where dancing dragons paraded through the crowd and Chinese and Argentine singers and entertainers perform for the audience attracted by Argentina's open immigration policy many Chinese citizens migrated to point oh sorry shortly after World War two in search of a better life estimates put the number of Chinese Argentines at more than one hundred twenty thousand the event's organizer pointed out that due to a virus outbreak in China this year's event also aim to send the solidarity message from Argentina to China state of the union I'm to my wire than AP news minute in the house president.
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"Jefferson Renee Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler and Leslie Odom junior as Aaron Burr the film the version is directed by the show's director Tommy Kael who said we're thrilled for fans of the show ended new audiences across the world to experience what it was like on stage and in the audience the groundbreaking biographical hip hop show about the life of treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton is one eleven Tony awards and made numerous Taurus the European union's rejected president trump's proposal for securing peace in the Middle East and as AP correspondent Charles Taylor does my reports it's also expressing concern about Israel's plans to annex more Palestinian land in a statement E. U. foreign policy chief chose appareil underline the books commitment to a two state solution for the region bass along nineteen sixty seven lines with the possibility of mutually agreed land swaps made up of the state of Israel and he says an independent democratic contiguous sovereign and viable state of Palestine the president's plan unveiled last week with full see the eventual creation of a Palestine state but it falls far short of minimal Palestinian the moms and it would leave sizeable chunks of the occupied west bank in Israeli hands I'm Charles de Ledesma the director of the U. S. mint is giving the keynote address at the one hundred fiftieth anniversary celebration of the Carson city mint the men inside what's now the Nevada state museum began producing coins from the silver and gold or of the nearby Comstock lode on February fourth eighteen seventy U. S. director David Ryder joins governor Steve says a lack and others in the ceremonial striking of US special sauce with Daniel silver medallion on the historic coin press number one it's the original press used to produce the first coins bearing the CC mintmark I'm Tim acquire early exit from the speech of president trouble uses state of.