As part of the worldwide surge of love for ailing Valerie Harper, the kids on datalounge.com have come up with a compilation of the best lines she uttered as feistily endearing Bronx baby Rhoda Morgenstern on The Mary Tyler Mooore Show (which of course spun off the immortal Rhoda). Here are some of ... More >>
The beloved Valerie Harper--also known as Rhoda Morgenstern--just got a really harsh cancer diagnosis, but she's got something to say about it, and she did so in a video for People magazine, which is one of the most memorable things I've ever seen. I can't even describe this clip, except to say Val ... More >>
At Chiller Theatre, the answer to "What's in a name?" is $45
The oil-drilling prime-time soap Dallas has been resurrected by TNT, which is using some of the original cast members--like Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, and Linda Gray--to reprise their iconic roles. And I think it's great! After all, no one complained when Yul Brynner did The King and I one more ... More >>
In honor of Valerie Harper's Tony nomination for Looped, in which she played the tanked diva of stage and life named Tallulah Bankhead, let's unearth as many outrageous stories as we can think of about the constantly ringing Southern belle's wildly riveting behavior. I'll start: *Tallulah w ... More >>
The 2010 Tony nominations are out, and the yearly ceremony that becomes more and more designed to persuade people from anywhere but New York City to spend money on theater is soon to follow. The idea behind the Tonys is simply to get Broadway to appeal to the rest of America in a big, fancy ... More >>
You'll never guess who I saw on my latest outing.
Valerie Harper stars in Looped
What next--Georgette as Hepburn? But let's get real, dahlings. Valerie Harper is a likable lady who I always felt has a range she hasn't fully been allowed to explore. And now, the thought of her as divoon thesping diva Tallulah Bankhead is rather intriguing to me. Val is starring as Tallu ... More >>
What next--Valerie Harper as Tallulah Bankhead? I am so kidding. I just wrote about Harper's appeal, which some queens who've seen her as Tallu are kvelling about. And I do think Gwynnie Paltrow was astonishing in Shakespeare in Love and deserves a shot at a juicy role like pants-wearing, N ... More >>
A speech series from Toronto tries its best to make New Yorkers smart
Anyone can be Madonna and Madonna is in everyone: Maddy impersonator Queerdonna.