She was one of NYC’s brightest and talented “undiscovered” stars. She died unexpectedly last month, and a beautiful memorial tribute was held for her.
A very Happy Birthday to the legendary critic. Here I recall an encounter with him where he was just as theatrical as the great actors he’s written about.
In this exquisite revival of Joe Orton’s 1964 subversive black comedy, a sexy young man infiltrates the lives of his landlady, her father and her brother.
While waiting on line to get into the memorial tribute for Tony Randall, in 2004, I had one of those only in New York encounters with a 80ish woman.