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Second Stage Theater Locks in One More Spot for Nonprofit Theater on Broadway

Second Stage Theater, the Off Broadway nonprofit producing company, has finalized the purchase of Broadway’s Helen Hayes Theater, ending a legal standoff over the purchase timeline and upping the nonprofit theater presence on Broadway from five theaters (of 40) to six. 236 more words


Women's Wit & Wisdom ~ April 3rd

“The hardest years in life are those between ten and seventy.”

~  Helen Hayes (1900-1993), American Actress


Anastasia (1956) - Cinderella Meets Pygmalion Meets Russian History

Other than the basic premise of the movie – that Yul Brynner is trying to pass Ingrid Bergman off as the missing Princess Anastasia of Russian – I knew very little about  1,274 more words


Tulse Hill one-way system

Following a campaign by local residents with Labour’s Assembly Member Val Shawcross, local councillors Anna Birley, Max Deckers-Dowber & Fred Cowell and former councillor Ann Kingsbury,  Transport for London (TfL)  has agreed to remove the one-way traffic system (gyratory) on the south circular road near Tulse Hill station. 172 more words

Lambeth Council

The Telephone Conversation.

Scene one

In the scene, some loud music, two women stood dancing, they swayed their bodies in rhythm to the music, they had drinks in their hands, Mike  made his way to the middle of the well furnished sitting room, there was an award on the table, it read BEST PLAYER, WORLD. 505 more words

Snippet Stories

Nyack Sketch Log: Flash Sketch Mob 2015

by Bill Batson

On June 16, 2012, over 100 artists flocked to Nyack to join the Flash Sketch Mob. Situated every 12 paces along both sides of Broadway from Cedar Hill to 2nd Avenue, two hundred hands worked in concert to create a composite landscape portrait of the village. 750 more words

It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad Movie Challenge...... Skyscraper Souls (1932)

“Have you ever been to Speakeasy?”

So says Norman Foster to Maureen O’Sullivan in this orgy of sex and wall street scheming from the pre-code era of early 1930’s Hollywood. 905 more words

Boris Karloff