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5 items from 2011


Mandy Patinkin on the ‘Homeland’ Finale and His Broadway Show

18 December 2011 10:43 AM, PST | Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal | See recent Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal news »

Showtime Mandy Patinkin in Showtime’s “Homeland.”

Award-winning actor Mandy Patinkin is starring in a Broadway musical and in an acclaimed series on cable–but the most interesting show in which he’s featured may be taking place in his head.

Patinkin, who won a Tony for his performance as Che alongside Patti LuPone in the original 1979 Broadway production of “Evita,” is currently co-starring with her in a two-person music-driven show called “An Evening with Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin. »

- Christopher John Farley

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Hugh Jackman Takes the Broadway Spotlight With One-Man Show

11 November 2011 12:00 PM, PST | Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal | See recent Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal news »

Associated Press Hugh Jackman at the curtain call for opening night of “Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway.”

Last night was opening night for Hugh Jackman and his one-man, Vegas-style show on Broadway. The show, a revue of songs from formative times in his life, comes to Broadway after sold-out runs in San Francisco and Toronto, and Jackman has been making the rounds at late-night talk shows and grinning all over town. The moment the lights went down, the audience was abuzz with energy. »

- Barbara Chai

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MGM musicals: All singing, all dancing

10 November 2011 4:06 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

MGM meant musicals for more than a decade after the second world war. David Thomson looks at a time when a little cheer at the movies was appreciated – and wonders if the same couldn't be said now

There had been musicals before. In the 1930s, as soon as sound permitted, Warner Brothers developed what we call the Busby Berkeley pictures: they were black and white, and often aware of the harsh Depression times, but a choreographic lather of girls and fluid, orgasmic forms where the camera was itching to plunge into the centre of the "big O" – think of Footlight Parade, Gold Diggers of 1933 or 42nd Street. They had aerial shots of waves and whirlpools of chorus girls, opening and closing their legs in time with our desire. A few years later, at Rko Pictures, the Astaire-Rogers films came into being – where the gravity, beauty, and exhilaration of the »

- David Thomson

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Patricia Routledge: 'The King James Bible has great cadences'

1 October 2011 4:07 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

For the Keeping Up Appearances star, the King James Bible is heaven and modern musicals hell

"Look at it!" exclaims Patricia Routledge, pointing across the river, "it's marvellous!" The redoubtable actress ("none of this 'actor' stuff, please!") is gesturing towards St Paul's, where her brother was once canon-treasurer and where Routledge was confirmed as a young woman. She is, by her own admission, a high church kind of gal so the celebration of the King James Bible at the National theatre, where we're sitting, is right up her street.

Routledge is part of an ensemble cast reading edited extracts to honour the King James version's 400th anniversary. Paterson Joseph will be narrating Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt; Simon Russell Beale will be proclaiming the end of days in Revelation. As for Routledge, she'll be reading the love poetry of the Song of Songs. "Very steamy," the 82-year-old says with a raised eyebrow. »

- Emma John

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New Release: Hawaii Five-0 (1970s) Season 11 DVD

22 August 2011 9:34 AM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Release Date: Sept. 20, 2011

Price: DVD $49.99

Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment and CBS Home Entertainment

Jack Lord keeps his island clean in Hawaii Five-o.

The 11th season of the original tropical island crime-fighting cop drama Hawaii Five-o, on disc the same day as the new version of this classic TV series, originally aired on CBS-tv in 1978/1979.

The show stars Jack Lord (Dr. No) and James MacArthur (Hang’Em High) as Hawaii-based cops Steve McGarrett and Danny “Danno” Williams.

The landmark series ran for 13 seasons (ending in 1980), so that means that there are only two more seasons to release on disc individually before the studio can go to town and issue a complete-series set, which translates into a lot of discs (we’re thinking 80 or so…).

Guest stars in some of the 1th season’s 21 episodes include George Lazenby (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service), Victoria Principal (TV’s Dallas), Cameron Mitchell (Carousel »

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