Opening theme from the 1976 film “Snake Dancer” (aka “Glenda”), starring Glenda Kemp as herself.
SONG OF SUMMER
I’d have coffee, sometimes six cups, along with the shake, and I’d have sugar in my coffee. By then I would be pretty jazzed up, and I’d start writing down ideas.
Coming soon: our valentine to the women of Twin Peaks!
Was there ever a coterie of female talent as diverse as the one David Lynch assembled for Twin Peaks? Join host Tom Blunt and an army of performers, presenters and special guests as they obsess over the lives and careers of actresses whose paths intersected in this sleepy (yet over-caffeinated) town. Tickets and further info HERE.
Damn fine coffee will be available for all attendees!
*Reception to follow in the 92YTribeca cafe*
This is happening and it will be exactly as weird and rewarding as the graphic indicates.
On December 17th we’ll be joined by the inestimable LOUISE LASSER for an evening of clips, commentary, music, and more.
Former wife of Woody Allen, Lasser co-starred in several of Allen’s movies before garnering her own fame as the star of TV’s “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman,” a show which caused a sensation due to its subversive humor and frank portrayal of adult relationships. Lasser more recently appeared in indie hits such as Requiem for a Dream and Happiness.
Come out, have a drink, say hi! It’s time to meet the lady.
The second season of Meet The Lady shows begins in October! Prolific character actress Beth Grant — whom, as you may recall, doubts your commitment to Sparkle Motion — will be appearing in person to screen and discuss selections from her amazing career. Come play with us!
I’m going to this and everyone else should, too!
A fresh installment of Meet the Lady happens at 92Y Tribeca tonight…
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Some of the ladies from Jawbreaker: The Musical (in development now for an Off-Broadway run) stopped by Meet the Lady: Frenemies and Nemesisters! to perform this number. Video features Tracy McDowell as Courtney, Deborah S. Craig as Marci, and Katie Kern as Julie. Our performance had Alexa Green (who, it looks like, played Fern in the concert version) as Julie. All very talented ladies.
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Yammering at a captive (and paying!) audience about the nemesisterly ways of those Mitford sweeties at Meet the Lady: Frenemies and Nemesisters.
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Interviewing Karen Abbott about her latest book, American Rose: The Life and Times of Gypsy Rose Lee at Meet the Lady: Frenemies and Nemesisters.
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