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Posts Tagged ‘Dawn Wells’

Photo Flash: Bruce Vilanch and More in CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHY’s Benefit for A&O

Monday, October 20th, 2014

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Photo Flash: Bruce Vilanch and More in CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHY’s Benefit for A&O
October 15, 2014

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The “Celebrity Autobiography” performance to benefit Actors and Others for Animals was held on Monday, Oct 13th at the El Portal Theatre. The evening featured Joey Fatone, Florence Henderson, Lainie Kazan, Laraine Newman,Eugene Pack, Dayle Reyfel, Mindy Cohn, Bruce Vilanch and Fred Willard, with special guests, Lily Tomlin, Dawn Wells, Susan Olsen and A&O President JoAnne Worley and more. Scroll down for photos! Read More

Trailer: Bruce Vilanch, Dawn Wells, Rip Taylor, And Lee Meriweather Check Into “Hotel Arthritis”

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012
THEATERMANIA.COM  John Tartaglia, Rip Taylor, Bruce Vilanch, Dawn Wells Set for Hotel Arthritis film By Dan Bacalzo • Jul 31, 2012 • Los Angeles

Tony Award nominee John Tartaglia will star in the upcoming comedy/horror film, Hotel Arthritis, to be directed by Jason Lockhart.

The film is about a group of retirement home residents living in fear of a masked killer who stalks the halls of their home. Tartaglia will play the role of Dale, described as a “the quirky, offbeat, a-sexual manager” of the home.

Also featured in the film are Broadway veterans Camille Saviola and Bruce Vilanch, as well as Dawn Wells, Lee Meriwether, Martin Kove, David Proval, Kiersten Warren, Jacqui Holland, Shawn Harrison, Jerry Douglas, and Rip Taylor. Read More

Bruce Vilanch Stars In “Hotel Arthritis”

Monday, May 21st, 2012

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Celebrities say the darnest things

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011
Poster for the off-Broadway production Image via Wikipedia

Tampa Bay Online
‘Celebrity Biography’ takes page from stars
wbelcher@tampatrib.com
Published: January 4, 2011

Celebrities write the darnest things — especially in their autobiographies.

Take Vanna White‘s detailed description of her letter turning skills on “Wheel of Fortune.”

In her 1989 memoir, she painstakingly recounts what we’ve all seen: how she gets excited when she hears Pat Sajak announce, “Oh, Vanna,” how she shows off her gowns; how she “must concentrate on every word a contestant says” so she can spring into action to turn the letters; and how she has to “rush like crazy” when the puzzle is a long phrase. Read More