I promise that this is my very last post about my New York trip (honestly) it might just stem some film related posts though, but don’t worry I still have a few film/tv related photos to share. Some of them are from knowledge gained on the On Location Central Park and/or Bus Tour.
Following the sensational performance of Hello, Dolly we went straight for the stage door and got a fantastic spot at the front of one of the barriers. Quite a lot of people congregated hoping to see Bette, but rumours around the crowd were that she never comes out on a Sunday. Which turned out to be true.
David Hyde Pierce did come out though and he was fantastic, taking plenty of time to make sure he signed everyone’s Playbill and made eye contact saying hello as he was signing. I was super impressed with Niles, yes I could not resist that Frasier reference!
Bette Midler – Dolly Gallagher Levi
David Hyde Pierce – Horace Vandergelder
Will Burton – Ambrose Kemper
Melanie Moore – Ermengarde
Gavin Creel – Cornelius Hackl
Taylor Trensch – Barnaby Tucker
Beanie Feldstein – Minnie Fay
Venue: Sam S. Shubert Theatre
Date: Sunday 16th July 2017
. . . I want to be a part of it, New York, New York.
That’s right everyone I am off to New York City for a few days.
When three college friends are reunited after the death of another friend, this puts everything into motion for the women to make their former husbands pay for everything they have done to them, hence the name first wives club.
I have just finished watching this film which was a pretty good build up for my New York trip which is involving seeing Bette Midler on Broadway in Hello, Dolly.
A fantastic final moment for the film as Midler, Keaton and Hawn break into song and dance with ‘You Don’t Own Me’.
This post is part of the “No You’re Crying!” Blogathon, which is taking a look at all of the different films that have moments that make us cry! Let’s face it we just love to have a good cry at a film, it really does help at times! At one point they did not really effect me very much, but now I cry for all different reasons when watching a film. So with this list I have tried to pick the seven films which have made me cry (and sob) the most considering the list in general would be rather long now. I have mixed it up a little bit with the truly sad and extremely romantic moments.
I must also warn you that due to this blog post looking at different parts of films it therefore will contain some SPOILERS.
Bette Midler is back on Broadway in Hello, Dolly! A few days ago the first productional photos were released for the show which has started previews this week and opens in April. The best thing about this though? I have tickets for my birthday in July when I am in NYC, on Sunday 16th July. I mean we probably won’t be able to see much as we are so high up but we will be in the Theatre.
I have just woken up to the sad news that Garry Marshall has passed away so decided as a tribute I would pick my 7 favourite of the films he directed for this blog post. RIP Garry Marshall a man who really changed the Romantic Comedy genre!
Beaches (1988) Review