Tea and Empathy in the Dressing Room Of a Most Enduring, Most Endearing Actress
If I could describe Ellen Burstyn in a single word, it would be regal.
Another Screen Beauty Passes
Suddenly I was no longer sharing a scone with Celeste Holm in her sun-filled breakfast nook overlooking Central Park back in 2003, I was sharing a scene with her, transported back in time to the St. James Theater of 1943.
A Rollicking Good Time with Marty, Fatso, Coley, Dutch and McHale.
In one of his last interviews in the November 2008 issue of 50 Plus Lifestyles, I had a rollicking good time with Marty, Fatso, Coley, Dutch and McHale. Ernest Borgnine left this mortal coil at the age of 95 in mid-July with an extraordinarily diverse roster of comedic and dramatic roles.
The following picks are mine and those of grandson James Feinberg and do not necessarily correspond to the judgments of the Drama Desk, the Outer Critics Circle or the Tony Awards
American Master, and Inspiration for Porgy & Bess’s Sportin’ Life
As seen through the perspective of Writer Gail Levin, Grandson Chris Calloway Brooks, Daughter Camay Murphy and Son-in-Law Booker T. Brooks.
A Profile of Actor and Activist Victor Garber, Advocate for Alzheimer’s Awareness.
It began for Victor Garber in London (born March 16, 1949), Ontario as a nine year-old when with diminutive steps he strode the boards of the Grand Theatre
My Most Unforgettable Interviewee: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
Could I come to the studio in two hours? I demurred, since I had an appointment that I had no intention of postponing. "Would it help if I told you your panel mate would be Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.? “ “Excuse my dust.” I said. “I’ll be there.”