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On May 19, 2009, I videotaped an interview with Marian Seldes, interviewed by Kathy Searle for BroadwaySpace.com (a site that sadly no longer exists). We were at the New Dramatists ceremony for honoring Horton Foote. Marian was there and such a gentle, delightful woman. Click here to learn more about the New Dramatists event.
I will miss Joan Rivers. She has been making me laugh for (gulp) more than 30 years. A few years ago, when I was doing some freelance writing for the New York Resident, I had the opportunity to interview Joan. It was a phone interview but she graciously agreed to meet me after her show and […]
Last week, I went out on the town with Kathy Searle for an “Alice in Wonderland” photo shoot. Here is one of my favorite images from that shoot. More to come…
I never met Elaine Stritch nor did I ever get to see her perform live — but I did have the opportunity to photograph her twice. The first time was at the opening night of Christine Ebersole’s solo show at the Carlyle Café. I was capturing images of Christine and celebrities who came to see […]
On Thursday, July 13, Squeeze returned to Radio City Music Hall. There’s not much else to say, really except that they sound just as good — if not better — then they did when I first heard one of their recordings. Performing were Chris Difford, Glenn Tilbrook, John Bentley (bass) and The Fluffers’ Simon Hanson (drums) […]
You may have seen Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes’ very public display of affection last night on the Tony Awards — but they first showed a little bit of their unbridled passion several few weeks ago at Tony’s diNapoli in Times Square (image by me above!). Kristin and Sean have been sucking face all over […]
This past Sunday, I spent the evening in Central Park’s conservatory garden photographing a lovely family: Amiel & Rebecca, and their daughter, Juliet. They were such a joy. On Monday evening, I received an e-mail message from Rebecca: I thought you might like to know that you now officially have a “little people” named after […]
On Friday, May 14th, Ray Romano headlined an evening, A Ray of Hope, to benefit the early detection, treatment and cure of ovarian cancer. Every year, approximately 22,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the United States and about 15,000 American women die from the disease. The goal of A Ray of Hope, was to to […]
A couple of Wednesdays ago in Union Square Park, in celebration of NYC’s Immigrant Heritage Week, Djoniba Dance Centre presented a “Cultural Fitness Day.” one of the many performances included Benny Ninja, father of the House of Ninja and America’s Next Top Model guest judge and coach, led a vogueing class demonstration. These are images […]
On April 28, Marriage Equliaty New York (http://www.meny.us/) held their 12th Annual gala at Slate Restaurant in New York City. The MENY Gala recognized and honored: Queer Rising, NYS Senator Peralta, Shannon Minter, and B.D. Wong for their work in moving marriage equality forward in New York State and, in some cases, on the national […]
On Saturday, April 24, 2010 at 8 PM at The St. George Theater on Staten Island, The Harbor Lights Theater Company presented Stephen Schwartz—Making Music, which chronicled the career journey of an artist whose early success and later disappointment ultimately ends in triumph. Directed and choreographed by Chet Walker (Co-creator of the Tony Award-winning Broadway show Fosse and Founder of WALKERDANCE), this […]