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Monthly Archives: January 2013
Thursday, January 31, 2013
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“Red” By Bette Midler
I read that it’s all black and white.
Oooh, the spectrum made a shade I like!
Ooh, those crinsom rays of ruby bright.
Ah! The technicolor li-i-ight!
Red! Red! I want red!
There’s no substitute for red!
Red! Paint it red!
Green ain’t mean compared to red!
You don’t know what it does to me.
Yeah, that crimson sin intensity!
I’m haunted by the mystery,
yeah, yeah, the mystery of red, red, red!
Salt Lake Tribune
July 23, 1977
Don’t hold your breath until the Bette Midler special gets on the tube. The Divine Miss M who signed to make her TV starring bow on NBC after she and ABC couldn’t agree on a concept, was supposed to be wrapping up taping next week on the video hour NBC was planning for fall airing. But now that taping has been pushed back until Sept. 26 â€” at least. AndÂ there’s no telling when an air date will be set.
Bette Tweets: The last of the Sunbeams of WWII, the remarkable Andrews Sisters, Patty Andrews expired today
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
This is the HBO movie Bette had to drop out of after several weeks work due to back problems. Helen Mirren graciously stepped in at the last minute to replace her. However, it was a sad day for BetteHeads!
I love tough Tony Award races. I love when there are so many eligible contenders for a given category, I don’t even know who is going to be nominated. So I am super excited about the Best Actress in a Play Tony Award category.
In my decade plus career, I don’t remember a better slate of contenders than we have this year. There are so many people who any other year would be nominated, but this year will fall short. With so many shows left to come, it may seem a little early to start talking about Tony categories. Insiders know however — it’s never too early to start thinking about the Tony race. After all, many producers make decisions based on the races. Producers rush certain shows in during weak seasons. It’s very rare that the Tony Awards Administration Committee (which decides category eligibility) denies a petition, so producers often choose whether to petition to move an actor up to lead or down to featured based on the competition in a given category. (Performers listed above the title are generally eligible in Best Actress/Actor, performers below the title in the featured categories. The Administration Committee can change this and so, for example, one would think Kate Arrington, above-the-title for Grace, would be considered featured if the producers petition the Administration Committee accordingly.)
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Please note I’LL EAT YOU LAST will be dark on Thursdays. Unless otherwise noted, the production will play seven performances per week.
FRIDAY, APRIL 5 – SUNDAY, APRIL 7 (3 PERFORMANCES): Friday and Saturday at 8 PM. Matinee on Sunday at 3 PM.
MONDAY, APRIL 8 – SUNDAY, APRIL 14 (6 PERFORMANCES): Monday through Wednesday at 7 PM, Friday and Saturday at 8 PM. Matinee on Sunday at 3 PM.
MONDAY, APRIL 15 – SUNDAY, APRIL 21: Monday through Wednesday at 7 PM, Friday and Saturday at 8 PM. Matinees on Saturday at 2 PM, Sunday at 3 PM.
I’LL EAT YOU LAST starring Bette Midler Announces AMEX On Sale, Theatre, First Preview Date, Creative Team, & Full Producing Team
I’LL EAT YOU LAST starring Bette Midler Announces AMEX On Sale, Theatre, First Preview Date, Creative Team, & Full Producing Team, And Scheduling
TICKETS ON SALE TO AMERICAN EXPRESSÂ® CARDHOLDERS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 AT 10 AM THROUGH TELECHARGE.COM FOR
Iâ€™LL EAT YOU LAST:
A Chat With Sue Mengers
THE NEW PLAY BY TONY AWARD WINNER JOHN LOGAN
DIRECTED BY TWO-TIME TONY AWARD WINNER JOE MANTELLOÂ
LIMITED ENGAGEMENT TO PLAY THE BOOTH THEATRE (222 WEST 45TH STREET)
PREVIEWS BEGIN FRIDAY, APRIL 5 FOR A WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24 OPENING NIGHT
Tickets will go on sale Saturday, February 2 at 10 AM exclusively for American ExpressÂ® cardholders for Bette Midlerâ€™s return to Broadway in John Loganâ€™s new play Iâ€™LL EAT YOU LAST: A CHAT WITH SUE MENGERS, directed by Joe Mantello. Preferred seating is available to Gold Card, Platinum CardÂ®, and CenturionÂ® members.Â For tickets, call 212-239-6200 or visit Telecharge.com.Â The generalÂ public on sale will begin on Sunday, February 16 at 10 AM.
Award-winning singer-actress Bette Midler will return to Broadway in John Loganâ€™s new play, I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers, which will begin previews April 5 prior to an official opening April 24 at the Booth Theatre.
Tickets, priced $82-$142, will go on sale Feb. 2 at 10 AM ET exclusively for American Express cardholders: Preferred seating is available to Gold Card, Platinum Card and Centurion members. For tickets, call (212) 239-6200 or visit Telecharge.com. Tickets will go on sale to the general public Feb. 16 at 10 AM ET.