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Archive for June, 2018

The Stars Come Out in Support of LGBTQ Community and to Honor Stephanie Beatriz and Julie Newmar

Tuesday, June 12th, 2018

Broadway World
The Stars Come Out in Support of LGBTQ Community and to Honor Stephanie Beatriz and Julie Newmar
by BWW News Desk Jun. 9, 2018

President/Founder of The Hollywood Museum, Donelle Dadigan, along with Council Member Mitch O’Farrell and Board President Esteban Montemayor of Christopher Street West, kicked off Pride weekend with the annual “Real to Reel” exhibit that shines the spotlight on the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBTQ) community in television and film through the decades. This year’s event also feature a special recognition with The Future of Hollywood Award presented to actress Stephanie Beatriz and the Legacy Award to TONY Award winning actress, Julie Newmar. Read More

Bruce Vilanch Hosted “Love Don’t Need a Reason: A Benefit for Marsha Malamet” on Tuesday, May 29th at Catalina’s Jazz Club

Friday, June 8th, 2018

Mister D: Yes, I missed this one, but wanted to get up in the news section for posterity. Sorry I was late. Don

Clifford Bell, Hillary Rollins and Lampkin Music Group present:

“Love Don’t Need a Reason: A Benefit for Marsha Malamet” on Tuesday, May 29th at Catalina’s Jazz Club.

Hosted by Award winning writer/actor/personality, Bruce Vilanch

VIP Tickets are $75.00. General Admission: $50.00. Ticket Link: Click Here

At press time, Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter, Melissa Manchester; Golden Globe/MAC Award winner, Amanda McBroom; Award Award singer/songwriter, Michele Brourman; Actress/ singer, Mary Jo Mundy; Singer, Ken Stacy, Singer, Kimaya Seward; Award winning singer/musical director/pianist, Todd Schroeder, Former Harlette and Hairspray Star, Charlo Crossley; Pop Producer Greg Wells; Actress/singer, Patricia Whiteman; Songwriter, Alan Roy Scott; Songwriter, Matthew Levine and Award winning producer/songwriter and Marsha’s producer, Stephan Oberhoff have all signed on to perform. More to be announced. Read More

Pacific Pioneers Broadcasters Honored Loni Anderson June 1 – Edna Turnblad Showed Up As A Surprise!

Friday, June 8th, 2018

Press Release
Pacific Pioneers Broadcasters Honored Loni Anderson June 1
June 1, 2018

Actress, best selling author, wife, mother and grandmother… Loni Anderson is best known for her groundbreaking role as the “sexy-yet-smartest-person-in-the-room receptionist”, Jennifer Marlowe on the hit series “WKRP in Cincinnati”, for which she received multiple Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Never off the air, WKRP can currently be seen all across America on ME TV.

Over the next three and a half decades, Ms. Anderson went on to star in five additional television series, seven feature films, eighteen television movies and two mini-series, along with scores of starring roles in television series and specials, plus a joyful and welcome return to her first love, musical theater. Her latest ventures include a comedy pilot, created and produced by Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City) and the second season of the hilarious series “My Sister Is So Gay.” Read More

Saturday, June 9th, 2018 – LGBT Film Festival San Diego – Still Waiting in the Wings – 7:30pm

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

Date: June 7th–10th, 2018

Time: Event starts at 7:00pm on June 7th

Ticket Price: $10–$50 / show

The Observatory – North Park
2891 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92104

7:30pm  MEN’S CENTERPIECE

Saturday, June 9th, 2018 

Still Waiting in the Wings

Year: 2018 | Country: USA | Run Time: 109 min | Director: Q. Allan Brocka

Still Waiting In The Wings follows the trials and triumphs of of actors waiting tables in Times Square. While dreaming of the Broadway stage, the reality of slinging hash under florescent lights mixes sweet aspirations with bitter drama. There’s no people like show people and there’s no telling what can happen when they’re pitted against each other. Nick Adams, Ed Asner, Carole Cook, Lee Meriwether, Patricia Richardson, Chita Rivera, Seth Rudetsky, Sally Struthers, Bruce Vilanch, and Cindy Williams round out this heartwarming homage to Broadway with some delightful cameos. Read More

Saturday, June 9th, 2018 – 2018 LGBT Film Festival San Diego – The Fabulous Allan Carr – 5:30 PM

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

2018 LGBT Film Festival San Diego

Date: June 7th–10th, 2018

Time: Event starts at 7:00pm on June 7th

Ticket Price: $10–$50 / show

The Observatory – North Park
2891 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92104

5:30pm  

Saturday, June 9th, 2018

The Fabulous Allan Carr

Year: 2017 | Country: USA | Run Time: 90 min | Director: Jeffrey Schwarz

Armed with a limitless Rolodex and a Benedict Canyon enclave with its own disco, this documentary shows how Allan Carr threw the Hollywood parties that defined the 1970s. A producer, manager, and marketing genius, Carr built his bombastic reputation amid a series of successes including the mega hit musical film GREASE and the Broadway sensation LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, (and then Can’t Stop The Music, Grease 2 and Where The Boys Are ’84) until it all came crashing down after he produced the notorious debacle of the 1989 Academy Awards. Interviewees include: Patricia Birch, Maxwell Caulfield, Steve Guttenberg, Nikki Haskell, Randy Jones, Randal Kleiser, Sherry Lansing, Lorna Luft, Michael Musto, Robert Osborne, Brett Ratner, Connie Stevens, Alana Stewart, Marlo Thomas & Bruce Vilanch. Read More

2018: Still Waiting In The Wings Musical DVD & Soundtrack with Lee Meriwether, Ed Asner, Sally Struthers, Cindy Williams, Leanna Cornett, Patricia Richardson, Carole Cook, Bruce Vilanch, and some surprises!

Monday, June 4th, 2018

Plot Summary:

Still Waiting In The Wings follows the trials and triumphs of of actors waiting tables in Times Square. While dreaming of the Broadway stage, the reality of slinging hash under florescent lights mixes sweet aspirations with bitter drama. There’s no people like show people and there’s no telling what can happen when they’re pitted against each other. Nick Adams, Ed Asner, Carole Cook, Lee Meriwether, Patricia Richardson, Chita Rivera, Seth Rudetsky, Sally Struthers, Bruce Vilanch, and Cindy Williams round out this heartwarming homage to Broadway with some delightful cameos. Read More