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This week on And the Runner-Up Is, Kevin welcomes back 'Keep It' cohost and 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' writer Louis Virtel to discuss the 1969 Oscar race for Best Actress, where Maggie Smith won for her performance in "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie," beating Geneviève Bujold in "Anne of the Thousand Days," Jane Fonda in "They Shoot Horses, Don't They," Liza Minnelli in "The Sterile Cuckoo," and Jean Simmons in "The Happy Ending." We discuss all of these nominated performances and determine who we think was the runner-up to Smith. 0:00 - 12:24 - Introduction 12:25 - 32:28 - Geneviève Bujold 32:29 - 1:01:30 - Jane Fonda 1:01:31 - 1:21:06 - Liza Minnelli 1:21:07 - 1:41:44 - Jean Simmons 1:41:45 - 2:04:31 - Maggie Smith 2:04:32 - 2:40:42 - Why Maggie Smith won / Twitter questions 2:40:43 - 2:45:17 - Who was the runner-up? Buy And the Runner-Up Is merch at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/and-the-runner-up-is?ref_id=24261! Support And the Runner-Up Is on Patreon at patreon.com/andtherunnerupis! Follow Kevin Jacobsen on Twitter Follow Louis Virtel on Twitter Follow And the Runner-Up Is on Twitter and Instagram Theme/End Music: "Diamonds" by Iouri Sazonov Additional Music: "Storming Cinema Ident" by Edward Blakeley Artwork: Brian O'Meara
Jess is joined by the king of New York City nightlife, Daniel Nardicio. Throughout his career, Nardicio has produced events for Liza Minnelli, Alan Cumming, Chita Rivera, Carol Channing, Margaret Cho, Sandra Bernhard, Bianca del Rio and more. He chats about creating The Underwear Party on Fire Island, opening Club Cumming and his latest endeavor, now owning The Ice Palace in Cherry Grove. We also discuss Adele & Jennifer Lawrence at Club Cumming and Liza Minnelli's infamous stay in the Fire Island Pines. IG: @jessxnyc
Gay homosexuals Nick and Joseph discuss Woo - a 1998 romantic-comedy film directed by Daisy V.S. Mayer, starring Jada Pinkett Smith and Tommy Davidson. Additional topics include: Tiger Woods relationship drama Liza Minnelli's birthday B.A.P.S. remake The death of Topol And too many films to mention Want to send them stuff? Fish Jelly PO Box 461752 Los Angeles, CA 90046 Find merch here: https://fishjellyfilmreviews.myspreadshop.com/all Venmo @fishjelly Find them on Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/ragingbells/, https://letterboxd.com/joroyolo/ Nick's Apple Music playlist: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/lamour-de-nico/pl.u-PDb4zlpsLVrvqE1 Joseph's Apple Music playlist: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/josephs-vibe/pl.u-6mo448yuBWzNE1 Check them out on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChVV6ezEYnPv9XaLZtUlZdw Nick's IG: ragingbells Joseph's IG: joroyolo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fish-jelly/support
Called the “Lady of 1,000 Voices," actress Christine Pedi is known for her fierce impressions of countless performers including Angela Lansbury, Bernadette Peters, Liza Minnelli and Elaine Stritch in the hit show Forbidden Broadway. Some of her other credits include Chicago, Talk Radio, Little Me, Dr. Death and The Sopranos.This March Christine stars in The Rewards of Being Frank from New York Classical Theatre. The new play, written by Alice Scovell, is a sequel to Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest and will run at Mezzanine Theatre at ART/New York Theatres. (Tickets are complimentary.) Learn more at https://nyclassical.org/frank. This episode was recorded February 22, 2023. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we had the unique displeasure of discussing a film that very few people have heard of, let alone watched. It features one of Liza Minnelli's most celebrated performances and ruminates on late-1960s gender politics, in the style of The Graduate (1967), but it's also guilty of romanticising stalking. Sam Meltzer joined me in breaking down the rapturous critical response that Minnelli's star turn received, in addition to questioning whether Wendell Burton was a real human being. Sam's podcast https://anchor.fm/theoscardoesntgoto/episodes/American-Hustle-with-Valentina-e16dpo8 Twitter https://twitter.com/SamTheParasite https://twitter.com/TODGTpodcast https://twitter.com/300Passions twitter.com/Zita_Short Letterboxd https://letterboxd.com/sammeltzer/ Grant Zepernick provided the artwork for this podcast. Please rate and review the podcast in order to increase its visibility. Thanks for listening.
There are a lot of fantastic women in Women Talking, but when Jordan first saw the film in theaters, she was immediately struck by the powerful performances of the movie's matriarchs, one of whom is played to hilarious, heartbreaking perfection by today's guest, Sheila McCarthy. Sheila tells us about identifying with Liza Minnelli's Pookie Adams in The Sterile Cuckoo — a feeling that she had when she saw the film in theaters as a teenager. Little could she have known that she'd go on to befriend and work with Liza, and so many great stars.Then there's One Quick Thing about newly minted EGOT winner Viola Davis. ***With Jordan Crucchiola and Sheila McCarthy
Oh what a beautiful morning because we are here with actor, singer, and three-time Tony-nominee, Mary Testa. You Might Know Her From Whoopi, Sex and the City, The Bounty Hunter, and the New York stage productions of Queen of the Mist, Xanadu, 42nd Street, Barnum, On the Town, The Rink, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and Oklahoma. Mary gave us all the goods on developing Xanadu, and how it found its way to Broadway, accepting the role of Aunt Eller while Sally Struthers was watching the Golden Globes in her living room, and iconically covering for Liza Minnelli in The Rink opposite Chita Rivera. We also got into the collaborative relationship she has with Michael John La Chuisa and the significance of headlining Queen of the Mist. All that plus Mary took all (and we mean all) our hot gossip questions about 42nd Street, taking over for Terri White, and whether or not Jennifer Aniston did coverage! This one was just a beautiful way to ring in 2023. We love you all! Follow us on social media: @damianbellino || @rodemanne Discussed this week L Word Gen Q is rough but Leisha Hailey has chemistry with everyone Leisha's Yoplait commercial We love crab rangoon, sorry Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese cookbook NYT got dragged for pea guacamole Anne in Nxivm kick (The Vow, Seduced) Shelly Miscavige (wife of head of Scientology, David Miscavige) has been missing since 2007 Golden Globes hosted by Jarrod Carmichael who joked about Shelly's disappearance We love you Leah Remini (Second Act is a great movie of women for a plane) Composer Michael John La Chiusa wrote Queen of the Mist for her (story of Anna Edson Taylor who went over Niagara Falls in a barrel in 1901) Mary's full interview with Transport Group Bonnie Milligan is giving an incredible performance in Kimberly Akimbo on Broadway is Mary was so good in 2007 Broadway production of Xanadu (bootleg) opposite Jackie Hoffman Appeared with Nathan Lane & Whoopi in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and her eponymous sitcom, Whoopi (2003) Adriana Trigiani got Mary out to LA and on an ep of A Different World Starred as Aunt Eller in the 2019 production of Oklahoma (“Sexy Oklahoma”) directed by Daniel Fish Aunt Eller making Jiffy cornbread at the start of the show Stepped into Kander & Ebb's 1984 Broadway musical, The Rink for Liza Minnelli (Stockard Channing was supposed to go on when Liza left) Clips from The Rink She never really liked Sondheim and he never really liked her Was a standby in Barnum and had to do a bunch of circus skills (and cover for Terri White) Stepped down from March of the Falsettos for Barnum (job was on Broadway and paid so much more) Carrie Bradshaw talked through her rendition of “All That Jazz” on Sex and the City (with Stanford's husband, Sean Palmer) 2001 revival of 42nd Street was thrilling (Kate Levering and Mary were both in Best Supporting) Yes, the tappers DID sing (maybe with sweeteners) Christine Ebersole is a 9/11 truther (here with Alex Jones) 9/11 was a Tuesday Was in the notorious flop, Marilyn: An American Fable (Frank Rich's review) Original star was Geralyn Petchel Jennifer Aniston (The Bounty Hunter) was nicer than Julia Roberts (Eat, Pray, Love) Mary's “When You're Good to Mama” Annie Golden calls them “nods from god” We love supermodels Patricia Velasquez interview (ep #84) was in two 90s supermodel docs to watch: Catwalk / Unzipped
Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine
Tony, Grammy, and Olivier Award winning lyricist, director, writer, and conceiver, Scott Wittman co-wrote the lyrics for the hit musical Hairspray (Tony, Grammy, Olivier Award winner) with creative partner Marc Shaiman. Wittman also served as an executive producer on the hit film starring John Travolta. Scott was nominated for a Golden Globe, Grammy, and two Emmy Awards for the original songs on NBC's musical drama Smash. While working on the show, he co-wrote songs for Jennifer Hudson, Uma Thurman, Bernadette Peters, and Liza Minnelli. Shaiman and Wittman's original score for the Marilyn Monroe musical Bombshell was released by Sony Records. Scott & Marc's Broadway writing credits include Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, which Scott also directed, Catch Me If You Can (Tony nom. for Best Musical), and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Broadway and the West End. Scott has created and directed two Broadway shows, three studio recordings, and three sold-out Carnegie Hall concerts for Patti LuPone. He has created solo shows for Christine Ebersole and Nathan Lane, as well as writing for Bette Midler's 2015 Divine Intervention World Tour. Off-Broadway, he conceived and directed Jukebox Jackie starring Justin Vivian Bond, Cole Escola, and Bridget Everett at La Mama., and Bridget Everett's Rockbottom at the Public Theatre. His notorious and legendary Downtown shows are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York Marc and Scott also wrote the score to Disney's Mary Poppins Returns starring Emily Blunt, Lin Manuel Miranda, and Meryl Streep. Directed by Rob Marshall. Their song, “The Place Were Lost Things Go” was nominated for an Oscar. He recently joined the Marvel Universe with his song cowritten with Marc for “Rodgers:The Musical for “Hawkeye”. They have written a new musical version of “Some Like It Hot” to premiere on Broadway in the fall of 2022. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's Time To Watch The Muppets
IT'S TIME TO WATCH THE MUPPETS! This week with special guest Liza Minnelli. Distracted rants include but are not limited to Ryan Murphy tv, Knives Out, "The Copa", Muppets in Moscow, Mary Ellis, the angel Gabriel, the Idaho murders, and much more!"The Muppets present a murder mystery. Kermit is a private eye hired by Liza O'Shaugnessy, an actress whose production is being terrorized by a killer. The director, Fritz (Strangepork), is shot. The police assign Patrol Bear to the case, and he interrogates the cast: "All right, which one of you killed the director?" The suspects are themselves killed one by one, until Kermit and Liza team up to unmask the true killers -- Statler and Waldorf."Liza Minnelli Tries to Turn Off a Lamp (SNL Season 37)https://youtu.be/nVvxOwxuk_wFollow us:Twitter.com/ittwtmInstagram.com/ittwtm
Join us on the MuppeTrek Podcast! This week on The Muppet Show: Actress, singer, Broadway star and daughter of Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli! And Star Trek The Animated Series episode, "The Infinite Vulcan." Will giant-sized clones of Spock take over the galaxy?!
It's a brand new week in a brand new year but Deb & Kev are up to their old tricks as they find themselves talking about;- Being good, or bad, at new things- Liza Minnelli and girls “icks”- Motivating your staff in the new year- Would You Rather- Missing their Norwegian friend- What's for dinner and what they're thankful for As always, special thanks to Lauren Taylor for the episode art work and Gwyneth Galvin and BenSound www.bensound.com for providing the voiceover and music for the intro and outro.
2022 is drawing to an end and Tara and EmKay are ready to close the chapter of Season 3 with gratitude and reflect on some memorable moments from throughout the year, both on and off the pod! Detours include a few more opinions on "Oz the Great and Powerful," personal shares on "brains, heart and courage" takeaways from this season, behind the scenes technical difficulties and an attempt to pin down the biggest on air laugh attack.Thank you for being on the road with us, dear listeners. We can't wait to see you on the Patreon feed in February for some bonus "Emerald City" TV series content, then back on the main feed for Season 4: WICKED in April 2023!Show Notes:Down the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPRising Star MUAIrregular ChoiceThe Art of Oz The Great and Powerful by Grant CurtisInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshrayEdited by: Emily Kay Shrader
Special guest Danielle Hope joins the Slipperhood for part 2 to reflect on her journey to be crowned winner of the BBC's 2010 reality TV series "Over the Rainbow," the search to find Dorothy in Andrew Lloyd Webber's 2011 production of "The Wizard of Oz" at The London Palladium! Danielle recalls memorable personal highlights from her run at The London Palladium, takes a moment to honor Judy Garland, answers questions from our very own pod squad and shares about her recent NYC Off-Broadway debut in "Kinky Boots."Show Notes:Danielle HopeOver the Rainbow TV seriesScenery BagsDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshrayEdited by: Emily Kay Shrader
Special guest Danielle Hope joins the Slipperhood to reflect on her journey to be crowned winner of the BBC's 2010 reality TV series "Over the Rainbow," the search to find Dorothy in Andrew Lloyd Webber's 2011 production of "The Wizard of Oz" at The London Palladium! Danielle unpacks personal highlights and challenges of each week on the show, relives her solo song choices, and shares her EPIC internal monologue during the iconic moon boot off and winning the competition! Stay tuned for Part 2 dropping this Wednesday!Show Notes:Danielle HopeOver the Rainbow TV seriesStarry Home CraftsRising Star MUADown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshrayEdited by: Emily Kay Shrader
Actress, singer, writer, poet, and Good Witch Rebbekah Vega-Romero joins the Good Witches of the Concrete Jungle Series to share all about growing up in New York City, the journey to find her voice as a writer and performer through the many twists and turns of life, what led her to explore the world of tarot and of course, her connection to the world of Oz. Plus, Rebbekah even leads our community through a tarot reading to close out 2022 and usher us into 2023!Show Notes:Rebbekah's websitePersephone's SisterThe Paradox ProcessLindsay MackAnalisa LeamingRavensburgerBooks of WonderAndrew KolbOz Tarot by Barclay MountainHerbs and ArtsCatland BooksArs PoeticaDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshrayEdited by: Emily Kay Shrader
Dudley Moore plays a lovable but consistently drunk millionaire who is looking for a woman to love him. Co-starring Liza Minnelli and John Gielgud.
Hello, Lit Listeners. If you dig the crazy, down-and-dirty (and deafening), let-it-all-hang out, have-a-nice-day, far out 1970s, you're in for a treat. Music journalist-cum-rock novelist Robert Duncan is here doing double duty as both author and music guru—because why wouldn't he?—and he dishes on some folks whose records are in your collection. You DON'T want to miss this episode! EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS:The blurred lines between the novel ‘Loudmouth' and Robert's real lifeRobert's wild boy big brother—“the original rock ‘n roll guy”—RustyScratch inspections and Robert's friend with a special talent at summer camp (get ready to laugh)Robert and I playing a drinking game on the episode, and the phrase I coined for itRobert having tea with Lester Bangs at MC5's Rob Tyner's houseGetting drunk at Patti Smith's and Allen Lanier's apartment near Washington Square in NYC with Jim Carroll, author of ‘The Basketball Diaries'How Robert became a music journalist and got the job at ‘CREEM'Lester Bangs—and Philip Seymour Hoffman's portrayal of him in ‘Almost Famous'The time Legs McNeil took the last beer from Robert's NYC apartment fridge and Robert and Lester's subsequent fightThe day Lester diedRobert's interactions with various rock stars, including Ron Wood and Keith Richards, Iggy Pop and David Bowie, KISS, Ozzy Osbourne, The Clash, etc.Partying at Liza Minnelli's apartment in NYC with tons of celebritiesDriving around Cleveland with a young Bruce SpringsteenThe tragic genesis of the novel ‘Loudmouth'Robert Duncan's one and only Jimmy Page encounter MUSIC IN THE EPISODE IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:[No Copyright Music] Retro ‘70s Funky Jazz-Hop Instrumental (Copyright Free) Music—FunkmanThe Beatles—Live at Shea Stadium, New York (August 23, 1966)—cheering“My Foolish Heart” by Bill Evans“I Am A Scientist” by Guided By Voices“Hound Dog” by Elvis Presley“Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh!” by Allan Sherman“I Touch Myself” by the Divinyls“I Wanna Be Your Dog” by The Stooges‘Metal Machine Music' by Lou Reed“Holy Ghost” by Albert Ayler“Breathe On Me” by The New Barbarians, live 1979 Washington, DC“Detroit Rock City” by KISS“Upside Down” by Diana Ross“The River” by Bruce SpringsteenClip of Jimmy Page talking to Robert Duncan“Tommy's Holiday Camp” by The Who“Rock and Roll Radio” by The Ramones LINKS: Robert Duncan's website, https://www.duncanwrites.com/Robert Duncan on Twitter, @robertduncansfRobert Duncan on Instagram, @rduncansfRobert Duncan on Mastodon, @Rduncan@newsie.social Christy Alexander Hallberg's website: https://www.christyalexanderhallberg.com/Christy Alexander Hallberg on Twitter, @ChristyHallbergChristy Alexander Hallberg on Instagram, @christyhallbergChristy Alexander Hallberg's YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfSnRmlL5moSQYi6EjSvqag
Friend of the pod and Oz historian Ryan Jay returns to DTYBP to provide expert analysis and personal passion for into Disney's 2013 film "Oz the Great and Powerful"! Tara and EmKay continue traversing the yellow brick road to meet the three witches, discuss casting choices, theorize about possible book nods and much more!Show Notes:Ryan Jay ReviewsSlipperhood Series: Ryan Jay (Acclaimed Oz Historian and Producer!)The Art of Oz The Great and Powerful by Grant CurtisDown the YBP Etsy ShopRyan Jay Introduces Oz the Great and PowerfulRyan Jay's Complete Oz the Great and Powerful InterviewsRyan Jay at the World Premiere of Oz the Great and PowerfulThat Ol' Gay Classic CinemaYvevations Etsy ShopWe Can Do Hard Things Podcast - The Episode That Wasn'tLance BurtonAndrew Kolb - Oz: A Fantasy Role Playing GameThe Wonderful Recap of Oz"Oz the Great and Powerful" at Disney ParksFilm Review: ‘Oz the Great and Powerful' by Justin ChangPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshrayEdited by: Emily Kay Shrader
TRASH IN THE CAN: RICH LITTLE'S A CHRISTMAS CAROL Celebrate the holiday season with a star-studded holiday special that could only afford one star! Baylor Johnson returns for a retelling of A Christmas Carol as only a borderline talented Canadian impressionist can deliver. Come for Liza Minnelli having a seizure and stay for the Kennedy… Read More »Trash in the Can: Rich Little's A Christmas Carol
Friend of the pod and Oz historian Ryan Jay returns to DTYBP to provide expert analysis and personal passion for Disney's 2013 film "Oz the Great and Powerful"! Tara and EmKay's bullet points return, Ryan unpacks pre-production history and casting (with a detour to presence James Franco's misconduct), and Ryan presents his defense of why he loves this film so much. Tori Calamito of The Oz Vlog, you've been summoned to the stand.Stay tuned for Part 2 dropping this Wednesday! Note: This episode contains a discussion of sexual misconduct and sexual criminal behavior.Show Notes:Ryan Jay ReviewsSlipperhood Series: Ryan Jay (Acclaimed Oz Historian and Producer!)The Art of Oz The Great and Powerful by Grant CurtisScenery BagsDown the YBP Etsy ShopJames Franco breaks silence, admits to sleeping with students from his acting school by Rachel TreismanRyan Jay Introduces Oz the Great and PowerfulRyan Jay's Complete Oz the Great and Powerful InterviewsRyan Jay at the World Premiere of Oz the Great and PowerfulThe Oz VlogPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
Special guests and Walt Disney World cast members Roxanne & Bailey Canales join DTYBP to turn back the clock and revisit a retired WDW attraction, The Great Movie Ride (1989-2017)! The group dives into the history of the attraction in tandem with the creation of Disney-MGM Studios (now Disney's Hollywood Studios), shares about the pair of ruby slippers ("Dorothy's Shoes") in the queue throughout the 90s, Bailey reflects on accomplishing her lifelong dream of working on The Great Movie Ride, and Oz-related connections to the ride are both confirmed and debunked!Show Notes:Sneak Peek at a Dinner in the Great Movie RideDisney Wiki - The Great Movie RideYesterworld: The Untold History of The Great Movie Ride - Disney's Beloved and Abandoned AttractionThe Ruby Slippers of Oz: Thirty Years Later by Rhys ThomasThe Slippers Documentary (2016)The Disney Oz Connection - Eric ShanowerAndrew KolbIrregular ChoiceDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
Today's poem is In the End You Get Everything Back (Liza Minnelli) by Jason Schneiderman. This episode was originally released on April 15, 2022.
DTYBP Patreons have voted and the episode they asked for is HERE! Tara and EmKay continue their deep dive into Disney's "Rainbow Road to Oz," a 1957 proposed live-action film centered around the Land of Oz. Rabbit holes include a deep dive into the history of Disney's "Rainbow Road to Oz," the proposed Disneyland ride Rock Candy Mountain, and the Oz Disneyland Records.Show Notes:"Walt Disney and the Rainbow Road to Oz" by David R. Smith"Walt's Journey to Oz" by Jim KorkisThe Official Mickey Mouse Club Book by Lorraine SantoliRavensburgerThe Disney Oz Connection - Eric ShanowerDisneyland Oz RecordsDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
DTYBP Patreons have voted and the episode they asked for is HERE! Tara and EmKay begin their deep dive into Disney's "Rainbow Road to Oz," a 1957 proposed live-action film centered around the Land of Oz. Rabbit holes include a brief history of Walt Disney's involvement with Oz properties, a breakdown of the evolution of The Mickey Mouse Club, and a special shoutout to Patreon Mitchell with some very thorough "Return to Oz" Glinda theories!!! Stay tuned for Part 2 dropping this Wednesday, where Tara and EmKay dive more into Disney's "Rainbow Road to Oz," the proposed Disneyland ride Rock Candy Mountain, and the Oz Disneyland Records.Show Notes:"Walt Disney and the Rainbow Road to Oz" by David R. SmithYesterland: The Wizard of Brahs at Disneyland"Walt's Journey to Oz" by Jim CorksYou Must Remember This Podcast - Six Degrees of Song of the SouthPeculiar Penguins by Ruth Plumly ThompsonThe Official Mickey Mouse Club Book by Lorraine SantoliDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
Jon is joined by two soon-to-be-besties of the pod John and Mark form the Two Old Queens podcast to discuss all things LIZA! (...with some tangents...) But were they entertained by a 1970s Liza Minnelli concert? Yes.Two Old Queens Socials -Instagram: @twooldqueensPatreon: www.patreon.com/twooldqueensPodcast Socials -Email: email@example.comInstagram: @butasongpodTwitter: @butasongpodFacebook: @butasongpodNext episode: Carousel (1994)!
Ever since her incredible performance in “I've Heard The Mermaids Singing” 35 years ago, Sheila McCarthy has been one of Canada's most hardworking and reliable actors in theater, television, and film on both sides of the border. In her latest project, she joins a “murderers' row” lineup of actresses like Judith Ivey, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley, Frances McDormand, and Rooney Mara in Sarah Polley's powerful new film “Women Talking.” On this episode, she talks about how the production was both daunting and exhilarating, why it felt like the “acting olympics,” what having this “extraordinarily ordinary” powerhouse director at the helm brought out of her, plus wonderful stories about a debt owed to Liza Minnelli and a letter that changed Bruce Willis. Follow Back To One on Instagram Back To One is the in-depth, no-nonsense, actors-on-acting podcast from Filmmaker Magazine. In each episode, host Peter Rinaldi invites one working actor to do a deep dive into their unique process, psychology, and approach to the craft.
Friend of the pod Andrew Kolb, creator of OZ: A Fantasy Role-Playing Game joins the Slipperhood! Andrew shares his creative process in designing games, breaks down the basics of role-playing games, reflects upon his childhood love of Peter Pan and Oz, and more!Show Notes:OZ: A Fantasy Role-Playing Setting (Amazon)OZ: A Fantasy Role-Playing Setting (IndieBound)OZ: A Fantasy Role-Playing Setting (Barnes & Noble)Andrew KolbLee Wiley ArtDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
[ For full episode catalogue please subscribe to our Patreon at Patreon.com/BestActress ] The year is 1970 and the nominees are: 1. Maggie Smith - The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie 2. Genevieve Bujold - Anne of the Thousand Days 3. Jane Fonda - They Shoot Horses, Don't They? 4. Liza Minnelli - The Sterile Cuckoo 5. Jean Simmons - The Happy Ending - In 1970 Maggie Smith won her first of two Oscars for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. Smith plays an eccentric schoolteacher in a conservative school during the 1930's in Edinburgh, Scotland. She had won the BAFTA for Best Lead Actress but odds on favourite at the Oscars was Jane Fonda in They Shoot Horses, Don't They. Many speculated she (Fonda) lost this Oscar due to an arrest on Fort Hood military reservation as well as rumours of drug use and adultery had cost her the award. Remember! It was the late 1960's/70's. However Smith delivers an amazing performance in TPOMJB. Liza Minnelli became a first time nominee in The Sterile Cuckoo. A role Judy Garland urged her not to play worried it would make her seem unattractive. I don't agree! Pookie (the character Minnelli plays) is obnoxiously charming! Genevieve Bujold plays Anne Boleyn in Anne of the Thousand Days. A fantastic performance and I would recommend if you enjoy period pieces. Finally, Jean Simmons was nominated for The Happy Ending - a hilarious camp film about a woman who walks out on her family (inexplicably) and struggles with drug and alcohol addiction. Join host Kyle Brownrigg with guest host Luke McFarlane as they discuss.
Willkommen to an episode full of history, Liza Minnelli, and ANGLES! The person most confused by the film this week was: everyone in the throuple, sexually.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lord Kilby is joined by his 2 good friends commercial director Hank Perlman - the man behind the ESPN ‘This is Sports Center' campaign…and commercial producer Caleb Dewart. The opinions are flying as they discuss The Beatles, Liza Minnelli, Justin Jefferson, speed metal, tequila, the greatest sitcom of all time…and Bowie. These guys cover it all. Plus Fan Questions. Yay!
Award winning star of stage and screen, Alan Cumming, is this week's guest on "On Brand". Cumming, who has appeared in numerous films and is well known for his Tony Award winning role in the hit Broadway musical "Cabaret", takes us on a deep dive into his early years growing up with an abusive father, facing his abusive “monster” and finally confronting him, his friendship with stars like Liza Minnelli, and his rise to success and happiness.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
DRAMA. with Connor & Dylan MacDowell
To celebrate 3 years of DRAMA., we've welcomed back the OG, our first ever special guest Krysta Rodriguez (Into the Woods, “Smash”). This true star once again delivered a fabulous chat, as we caught up on her turn as Liza Minnelli in “Halston,” her experience working alongside drag queen superstars in “The Bitch Who Stole Christmas” (including RuPaul), and her latest Broadway appearance as Cinderella in Into the Woods on Broadway. Krysta is warm and funny, reflecting on reuniting with the original Spring Awakening cast (duh, what's DRAMA. without some Guilty Ones?), as well as some new Ring of Keys moments since we last spoke. This full circle, seamless chat is the perfect way to toast our first 3 years and usher in a new era of the pod! We love Krysta, and every guest who has joined us so far. Y'all have brought the drama, and the best part? The best is yet to come.Subscribe to DRAMA+ for bonus episodes, Instagram Close Friends content, and more!Follow Krysta on InstagramFollow DRAMA. on Twitter & InstagramFollow Connor MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramFollow Dylan MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramEdited by Connor
Friend of the pod and Artistic Director of North Carolina's Land of Oz Theme Park, Sean Barrett, joins the Slipperhood! Sean recounts performing as the Scarecrow at Land of Oz since his teenage years, shares behind the scenes of Broadway's The Oz Project, and answers all your burning Land of Oz Theme Park questions!Show Notes:Land of Oz Theme ParkBroadway's THE OZ PROJECT: A Tribute to The Wizard of Oz & The WizSlipperhood Series: Brynn Williams (Broadway's The Oz Project!)Slipperhood Series: Steph Twomey (Dorothy at Land of Oz Theme Park!)Lee Wiley ArtRavensburgerDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
What's the use in sitting all alone in your room... when you could be sitting all alone in your room AND listening to this frankly, AMAZING episode, where Chantal and Grainne welcome old chum, comedian Sarah Kendall. And Sarah isn't the only fabulous GUEST this week, as the couple she brings is none other than Liza Minelli and David Guest. It would appear it wasn't love at first sight for this episode's star-crossed lovers, but it soon becomes clear that they should have been a match made in heaven...hey ho, life is a cabaret after all. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Birthday boy and the newly self-conscious Ashley! The Scoop (8:27) features a North Carolina BBQ 911 emergency, a Philly man eating a whole rotisserie chicken daily, Kim Kardashian fake cooking fake chicken, a poultry pistol caught by TSA, and cannabis-infused turkey gravy just in time for the holidays. Last, PTE celebrates his birthday with copious amounts of food and witnesses his first robbery while Ashley deals with a rude hostess at a popular New Orleans bar and ends up seeing the sunrise from the French Quarter after a Yung Gravy concert in their food high and low moments of the week (39:12).
Want to win a holiday gift bundle of eclectic Oz treasures?! It's time for our annual end of season giveaway! We can't wait to give away two gift boxes to two listeners as well as three VIP pod squad passes to three listeners for bonus content this upcoming winter.To enter, please rate and review us wherever you rate podcasts. All previous Apple podcast rate and reviews since our debut in 2020 will be counted as one entry. For any reviews submitted on non-Apple platforms, please email us a screenshot of your review at firstname.lastname@example.org or tag/DM us on instagram @downtheyellowbrickpod for two entries.For FIVE extra entries, join our Patreon pod squad at any tier (linked below).The winner could be YOU!Show Notes:Down the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
Shat on TV listeners begging us to cover "House of The Dragon" finally get their wish in this week's Shat The Movies feature: "Arthur." This episode commissioned by David K. also explores what to wear shoplifting and features tons of listener mail. Dudley Moore and John Gielgud aren't household names in America, but the two English legends created an 1981 comedy alongside the goddess Liza Minnelli that distilled the essence of New York. "Arthur" led the Shat Crew to conversations about Christopher Cross' theme song for the movie, being stage drunk, surprise tears, unnecessary cruelty, Russell Brand, the pressure of growing up wealthy and how Scotch led to the prevalence of roosters in '90s New Orleans kitchens. SUBSCRIBE Android: https://shatpod.com/android Apple: https://shatpod.com/apple All: https://shatpod.com/subscribe CONTACT Email: email@example.com Website: https://shatpod.com/movies Leave a Voicemail: Web: https://shatpod.com/voicemail Leave a Voicemail: Call: (914) 719-7428 SUPPORT THE PODCAST Donate or Commission: https://shatpod.com/support Shop Merchandise: https://shatpod.com/shop Theme Song - Die Hard by Guyz Nite: https://www.facebook.com/guyznite
JAM Joe and Michelle's Dance Podcast
Hey Jam Fam! We are excited to share today's episode with you, featuring Phil LaDuca! We know you know the name for being the shoe maker to the stars, but there is so much more to his story. Thank you Phil for honesty and carving out time for us! Most recognize the name LaDuca as the pinnacle of dance shoes, but before shoes, there was Phil LaDuca, the performer, who went from classical ballet and contemporary dance, onto Broadway as a song and dance man, to ‘hoofing' with the biggest stars onstage, offstage and the big screen. Phil began his early stage career singing in rock bands in Chicago before switching gears to a dance career studying classical ballet with the premier ballet masters, Bentley Stone and Walter Camryn (actually performing in the ballet Romeo and Juliet with the legendary Rudolf Nureyev). jazz with Lou Conte founder of Hubbard Street Dance Company, and contemporary with the Joel Hall Dancers. On Broadway he appeared in “Brigadoon” for Agnes DeMille (alongside Jerry Mitchell), the “Pirates of Penzance” , and was the original understudy for the Gene Kelly role in “Singin' In the Rain” for Twyla Tharp. Phil toured in “Camelot” along with staring on tour in the lead role, of Bill Snipson in “Me and My Girl”. While in New York Phil first performed with American Dance Machine under the legendary Lee Theodore, working with such greats as Bob Fosse, Jerome Robbins, Ona White, Danny Daniels, Patricia Birch, Anne Reinking, Wayne Cilento and Chita Rivera.Fulfilling another creative side, Phil created the international acclaimed LaDuca Shoes, crowned the “Shoemaker to the Shoes”; designing shoes for the likes of Katy Perry, Meryl Streep, Taylor Swift, Emma Thompson, Hugh Jackman, Catherine Zeta Jones, Lea Salonga, Pink, Shania Twain, Penelope Cruz, Selena Gomez , Christina Aguilera, Harry Connick Jr. and most of the shows on Broadway and tour; Moulin Rouge, The Music Man, Wicked, Book of Mormon, Frozen, Some Like It Hot, The Cher Musical, Bandstand, An American in Paris, Kinky Boots, Matilda, Pippin, Sister Act, Annie, Anastasia, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Aladdin; TV – Fosse/Verdon, Hairspray Live, So You Think You Can Dance, SMASH; Movies – The Eternals, The Prom, The Greatest Showman, La La Land, Chicago, Burlesque, NINE, Mamma Mia, Julie/Julia, Hail Caesar, working with such stars as Meryl Streep, Catherine Zeta Jones, Liza Minnelli, Cher, Arianna Grande, Antonio Banderas, Bette Midler, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Hudson, Sophia Loren, Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz, Judith Dench, Glen Close, Reba McIntire, Sarah Paulson and Tatum Channing to name a few.Along with being the first, “Shoe commentator' for Miss America in 2015, Phil is most proud of being bestowed a Drama Desk Award 2017 for, “Proving that character comes from the ground up, the designer's innovative flexible dance ensures that hoofers on any stage remain on point”.Mr. LaDuca continues to design but still finds time to teach Master Theatre Jazz Dance classes. “I believe in not only giving back to this great community of dance, but I also feel obligated to ‘pass the baton' to future generations, all the knowledge I was gifted by the greats who taught and influenced me to achieve my goals and dreams”.Thank you for listening Jam Fam! Make sure you follow us across social media and don't forget to like and subscribe anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts!Facebook: JAM Joe and Michelle's Dance PodcastInstagram: jam_dance_podcastTwitter: @jamdancepodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Writer, producer and director Will Graham joins the Slipperhood to peel back the curtain on 2022's TV Series "A League of Their Own," which he co-created with Abbi Jacobson! Will shares more about his own personal background with the world of Oz, details the evolution of the TV series, and delves into the plethora of Oz references sprinkled throughout the episodes. Will also shares more about his process writing and directing Episode 6, "Stealing Home," which is centered around the community of "Friends of Dorothy."Show Notes:A League of Their OwnLee Wiley ArtToni Stone by Martha AckmannDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
Part II: Tori returns in delight with one of her favorite spirits, a true comedian's comedian and one of the world's most groundbreaking, well-respected, and beloved entertainers. A true pioneer and legend in the entertainment industry with 52 years of comedy, relationships, stories, and wisdom to share. He has made over 500 national TV appearances as a stand-up comedian, including more than 60 appearances on The Tonight Show, and was a favorite guest of David Letterman. For fourteen years, he was the opening act for Frank Sinatra, and performed countless times with artists like Smokey Robinson, Liza Minnelli, Natalie Cole, and Sammy Davis, Jr. He is currently appearing to rave reviews around the country in his one-man show “An Evening Of Laughter and Memories of Sinatra.” In this spirited Part 2 conversation, they talk about the inner workings of show business, how to have balance in life, your ego vs spirit, what brings him pure joy, and so much more! Here's to the man who made Sinatra laugh, and Tori's beloved "Uncle Tom" ... Tom Dreesen.“The day I met him, my life forever changed. The day he passed away, I knew my life would never be the same.” - Tom Dreesen (on his relationship with Frank Sinatra)CREDITS:Guest: Tom DreesenHost and Producer: Tori ReidExecutive Producer: Patrick A. HowellWriters: Tori Reid and Patrick A. Howell Post Production: We Edit PodcastsAdd'l Editing: Cutting Edge Productions Post Production Assistant: Sydney Rhone Music Supervision: Another Place in Time Music Voiceover Artist: Vïntóry Blake MoorePremier Advertising Sponsor: Vivreau Water SystemsAdvertising Sponsor: Hilton Sacramento Arden WestAd Voiceover Artist: Ginger LevertLogo Photography: Bobby Holland / MPTV ImagesPhoto credit for Tom Dreesen: James DevaneyMusic:"Jazz Intimate 6" by Magnus Ringblom“A Warm Welcome” by Martin Landstrom“Ready for New York” by Tiki Tiki“Tropic Swing” by Sarah, the IllstrumentalistVivreau Ad Music - "That's What Left Us Behind" by Christian Andersona Victory & Noble production@ 2022 Victory & Noble LLC All Rights Reserved.Connect with the Guest:Tom Dreesen Official WebsiteStill Standing: My Journey From Streets and Saloons, to the Stage and Sinatra
Only a few more episodes left before our Season 2 finale and we're spending some quality time with family. But not just any relative - Marie's mom is so graciously joining us for a family DORC episode! Fun fact! Marie's dad actually loves this movie and asked us to do it. However, he refused to actually talk about it with us. So Momma T is stepping in the podcast ring to help us dissect every ridiculous part of this 1981 movie. Don't get it twisted though, Liza Minnelli is forever a gem and we only slightly judge her problematic sticky fingers. Only want to listen to certain segments? We gotchu boo. Take Me On The Piano: 24:49Why Are You Like This?!: 29:28Final Thoughts/Ratings: 37:17Support the show
The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales
Currently starring as Cinderella in the Broadway revival of “Into The Woods”, Krysta Rodriguez is a talented actor, singer, and dancer with countless Broadway, TV and film credits. As the world starts to adjust to the new normal, she talks about her life and being thrust back on stage in a well-received show, which was completely unexpected for her. Playing the role of Cinderella made her realize that while it's fun to watch a show, it's even more fun to perform because there's “no bottom to it”. She reflects on how said role gives her a fresh perspective of Cinderella, and what the pressures to become a mother means. For Krysta, it was her search for fun that made her come back to acting, and with all her accomplishments and fulfilled dreams, she can still find fulfillment in different ways. Her dream of theatre leads her to her bigger "dream of life", which includes traveling, home design, and having meaningful relationships. From playing iconic people like Liza Minelli to iconic characters like Cinderella, she tries to give a fresh take by finding a lifeline as to how she and these characters are alike. She recalls her "Spring Awakening"days, the impact it has on her, and the bond she formed with the cast, most especially with the Deaf West revival cast, which was also the time she was going through therapy after getting diagnosed with cancer. Krysta opens up about her healing journey, why she decided to go public about it, her blog, ChemoCouture and how it became her form of activism, and personal growth as her number one life motivation. Krysta Rodriguez is a talented actress and singer with countless stage and tv credits under her name. She made her Broadway debut in the short-lived 2005 jukebox musical "Good Vibrations". Later on, she became a replacement for the role of Bebe in the Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line". Krysta has also played many ensemble and understudy parts in the Broadway productions of "Spring Awakening", "In the Heights", and the regional production of "The Boy Friend" directed by Julie Andrews. Her other stage credits include "What We're Up Against", "A Chorus Line", "The Addams Family", "First Date", “Hercules”, and “West Side Story” among others. She is also best known for her tv roles as Ana Vargas in "Smash", Summer Henderson in "Trial & Error", Maxine Griffin in "Quantico", and Ms. Cruble in "Daybreak." Her other tv credits include "Inside Amy Schumer", “Gossip Girl”, and “Halston” where she plays the role of Liza Minnelli. Her film credits include "The Virginity Hit", "My Bakery in Brooklyn", “The Bitch Who Stole Christmas”, and “Killing Diaz”. In 2015, Krysta was diagnosed with breast cancer, and started a blog, ChemoCouture.com to share her journey during chemotherapy as well as fashion, beauty, and wellness advice. That same year, she also returned as Isle in the Deaf West Theatre production of "Spring Awakening" as well as its Broadway production. She is currently starring as Cinderella in the 2022 Broadway revival of “Into The Woods”. Connect with Krysta: Instagram: @krysta_rod Website: krystacouture.com and www.curatedbykr.com Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at email@example.com. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tara & EmKay unpack the glorious hot mess extravaganza that was their journey to put together wallet-friendly red carpet looks for Judy Garland's 100th Birthday Gala this past June! Tune in for all the tea behind Tara's "Judy in the 1980s" inspired pantsuit and Irregular Choice poppy field shoes, EmKay's UK shipping debacle and broken zipper, unqualified red carpet advice and more, oh my!Show Notes:Judy: A Garland FragranceLightInTheBoxIrregular Choice Poppy Field Shoes@dorkdujour (Hair & Makeup Artist)Nadine Merabi Red Katie DressAmsterdam Cleaners & TailorsEmKay's EarringsEmKay's hair clipsDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/_iVcJV5Qy7g Nicolas King and Seth Sikes, two of New York's most popular young nightclub entertainers, join forces for an evening you won't want to miss. The swinging American Songbook is the specialty of these performers, and the pair will pay tribute to the show-stopping stars who paved the way, such as Sammy Davis Jr., Anthony Newley, Eydie Gormé, Liza Minnelli, Judy Garland, Ethel Merman, Peter Allen and more! Nicolas and Seth will carry the torch from these legendary performers and the great songwriters who wrote so many of their hits. King is an award-winning artist who's been ‘belting' out tunes since he was 4-years-old, having been seen in dozens of TV commercials, and numerous times on Broadway opposite Tom Selleck, Carol Burnett, Linda Lavin and Andrea McArdle. King was the longest running “Chip” in Disney's Beauty And The Beast. He toured the country as Liza Minnelli's opening act, and has performed on stages all over the world from Carnegie Hall to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Sikes is one of New York City's most popular nightclub singers. His critically-acclaimed tributes to Judy Garland (which won a Broadway World Award), Liza Minnelli, and Bernadette Peters are a consistent draw for audiences around the world. The hardworking Sikes, a native of Texas, was also Associate Director on the multiple Tony-award winning musical The Band's Visit. Under the musical baton of Jon Weber in New York, Michael Orland and Dave Loeb on the west coast, and Billy Stritch in Boca Raton, Seth Sikes and Nicolas King will deliver a powerhouse performance that promises to capture the glitter and magic of the New York nightclub scene of long ago, and bring it into the next generation!
LA-based friends of the pod Bruce and Clayton join the Slipperhood to gab all about Judy's 100th Birthday Gala at the Ebell of Los Angeles earlier this year! The quartet met in the courtyard of the Ebell during the event and proceeded to become fast friends thanks to their shared love of Oz and Judy. Bruce and Clayton discuss how they got to the event, highlights of the night (shout out Ruta Lee), celebrate Judy: A Garland Fragrance and share what Judy means to them. Stay tuned for a special bonus episode dropping Wednesday where Tara and EmKay share all about their red carpet looks from the event, some instagram influencer hilarity and shipping drama!Show Notes:@brucemerkle@OzHistory@WizardOfOzHistoryJudy: A Garland FragranceGet Happy! ExhibitHouse of RacanelliTony Awards: Liza Minnelli & Lorna Luft MedleyTiffany @followtheyellowbrickgirlTori @theozvlogDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
In this very special Halloween episode we are drinking one of our absolute favorite cocktails (this will soon be apparent #sorrynotsorry), the Gimlet. This lime-laced gin beverage became the drink of choice by British officers on long ocean voyages out of necessity to prevent scurvy–its popularity with sailors ties to the era and theme of STEPHANIE's scandal.
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome! Travel back to 1930s Berlin with Sophia and Nick to revisit and discuss Bob Fosse's Oscar-winning ‘Cabaret.' First, they share their experiences seeing the current West End revival in the high security, burlesque Kit Kat Club. Then, a deep analysis of Fosse's film adaptation, including an extended conversation on Liza Minnelli's desperate and refined portrayal of Sally Bowles, to celebrate its 50th anniversary (14:42). Lastly, they talk about its performance at the Oscars, including the special record it still holds. Now that they've covered episodes on the biggest two movies of 1972- this and ‘The Godfather'- how they feel about its nominations and wins? Would they have awarded their combined 11 Oscars differently? (41:11)Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @oscarwildpodFollow Sophia @sophia_cimFollow Nick @sauerkraut27Music: “The Greatest Adventure” by Jonathan Adamich
Jess is joined by comedian, actor and Broadway star MARIO CANTONE! We go deep on his friendships with Michael Patrick King & Sarah Jessica Parker, critic & fan reaction to AND JUST LIKE THAT, not reading the script for SEX AND THE CITY 3, Willie Garson's death and the original plans for Stanford & Anthony's storyline. Plus, his impressions of Liza Minnelli & Julia Child, turning down THE LION KING on Broadway, his time at THE VIEW, Andy Cohen asking him to do a "LIFE ON THE D LIST" type reality show & more! IG: @jessxnyc | @hottakesdeepdives
Blank Check with Griffin & David
Wilkommen and Bienvenue to our “Cabaret” episode! Literal Disney Princess and musical theater superstar Rachel Zegler joins us to gush over Fosse's 1972 film - a game-changer for the musical genre, and an Oscar-winning guarantor for Fosse's cinematic “blank check” after the failure of “Sweet Charity.” Topics discussed include: the differences between the screen version and the stage show; Joel Grey's Emcee being nearly cut out of the film; Liza Minnelli crafting her own unique look for Sally Bowles; Whether Michael York's best role was on “Gilmore Girls”; and more! This episode is sponsored by: NetSuite (netsuite.com/check) Brooklinen (CODE: BLANK) MUBI (mubi.com/check) Join our Patreon at patreon.com/blankcheck Follow us @blankcheckpod on Twitter and Instagram! Buy some real nerdy merch at shopblankcheckpod.myshopify.com