Saturday, December 1, 2018

The Many Sounds of Christmas: Give the gift of Music this holiday season!



Listening is a Form of Accepting
-Stella Terrill Mann

Happy Saturday, December 1st, 2019!
December 1st is the 335th day of the year. There are 30 days remaining until the end of the year.
It is the first day of December. As I sit down to begin today's blog, I'm listening to the original Broadway Cast recording of Cabaret. How apro pros as we say hello to December and look forward to the gifts that December holds for us...especially in the world of cabaret. Marieann Meringolo, Karen Oberlin, Dorian Woodruff and MORE! Sue Matsuki even posted on Facebook today, "Dorian Woodruff has a voice from the heavens and Marieann Meringolo's Christmas show is one of my all time favorites. I played her CD today as I put up the tree!"

We now are on treadmills wondering how we are going to fit it all in.
It really is very simple. Keep a calendar, be selective, and know that sometimes it is OK to say 'NO'.  Take time to listen to the music!
Effectiveness is getting the right tasks done.

Remember, the perfectionist fixes one line of a poem over and over until no lines are right.
Today, Once again, I'm mentioning shows you should definitely fit into your schedule over the next few weeks. And they are all nice people doing their best.  Are you bored or just experiencing boredom?  Remember, Boredom is an acquired taste! Today more than ever I yearn to escape from the daily routine. However, I'm well aware that I must juggle my desires with my professional and domestic obligations.
“I am never bored; to be bored is an insult to one’s self.”
― Jules Renard

“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” ~Annie Dillard

If you have a roof over your head, be grateful.
There are many who don't. It's become a huge problem here in New
York where I live because the cost of housing is so high. Also, the middle class is shrinking, and it only takes one disaster to put you on the street. Today is Happy National Roof Over Your Head Day!
Tomorrow is Advent Sunday.
Let's all embrace each other a little more this holiday season.

I also encourage you to get out of the house and go see a LIVE show!

Here in NY, thank God, we have choices!

Tonight in NYC!

You have choices Marieann Meringolo, Karen Oberlin, Dorian Woodruff. 
Marieann Meringolo
Marieann Meringolo Celebrates 12 Years With 'In The Spirit' At Feinstein's/54 Below tonight.

Reminder: tomorrow afternoon, Long Beach Public Library, 2:30 pm ... "South Shore Theatricals Sings the Holiday Songbook." Go kick off December and the holiday season with Sarah Rice, Mara Bressler Kaplan, Joe McPartlin and our wonderful SST Youth Chorus sing the songs of Christmas, Hanukkah and the winter season. (Best entertainment bargain around: it's free admission!)

Tomorrow Night: A Very Lennie and Those Girls Holiday Spectacular
2 big shows - 12/2 at 4p and 12/11 at 7p!
Starring Lennie Watts and Those Girls - Eve Eaton, Rachel Hanser, Karen Mack,  and Wendy Russell

Featuring: Janice Hall, Rick Jensen, Robin Kradles, Tanya Moberly, Ricky Ritzel, Derek Staranowski, and Amy Wolk

Sunday, Dec 2nd at 4pm (with special guest Georga Osborne) and Tuesday Dec 11th at 7pm (with special guest Stacy Sullivan)
Music Director Steven Ray Watkins
At The Laurie Beechman Theatre downstairs at The West Bank Cafe. For tickets: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/1001642.

Monday brings several celebrations!
Six actor-musicians delivering jazz, rock, country, pop, and more
Hidden gems from famous writers in brand new arrangements that will delight
All comedy songs and charm songs, only one ballad
Enjoy a MAC discount and join Mischa Kischkum for an unforgettable, uplifting evening.  Raise your voice during the singalong and you’ll end up on the cast album (they’re recording the show!)!
Mischa Kischkum is  OFF THE CHARTS
(Songs You Don’t Know By Writers You Love)”
Monday December 3rd at 7pm
Thursday December 20th at 7pm
Don’t Tell Mama (cash only)
(212) 757-0788 after 4pm
$18 (MAC $15) + 2 drinks
AUDIO CLIPS from rehearsal are now available on Broadway World

Mae West arrives at the flashy doors of a typical Las Vegas casino behind a golden gate (or more
accurately The Triad on West 72nd Street!). She immediately makes for the colorfully suave doorman who introduces himself as "Peter". 
After, unsuccessfully vamping him,  he reveals that he is St. Peter, and these are the gates to Heaven.
Mae is taken aback and says, “I never thought I'd live to see the day!”
Mae West learns that the key to entering Heaven is getting a good review from the big critic in the sky.
So we are witness to a musical flashback of Mae's life – from Bushwick, Brooklyn and Coney Island to the vaudeville circuit, Broadway and finally to Hollywood and worldwide fame.
Did she get into Heaven?
GOD ONLY KNOWS!!
Bianca Leigh:  Book/Co-Librettist
Bianca Leigh
New York: Tales of the City, the Concert (Mrs. Tolliver, Music Box Theatre); Taylor Mac’s The Lily’s Revenge (Time/Wind, Here Arts Center); Busted: the Musical (writer & actress, Laurie Beechman Theatre). Regional: Trans Scripts (Tatiana, American Repertory Theater); Tales of the City: The Musical (Frannie Halcyon in workshop, American Conservatory Theatre). TV & Film: Transamerica, Hurricane Bianca; “Law & Order: SVU”. Education: BFA, Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts. Miss Leigh was profiled this year in Cranes New York for her work with students at
NYU Medical School, and was the commencement speaker at Rutgers University’s Lavender Graduation in 2014.

Singer/Actress, Jennifer Roberts, returns to NY's Pangea, Wed, Dec, 5th, 7:00 pm. with her tribute "She Loves ...Sheldon!"
Musical Director: Jon Weber. Bass; Steve Doyle. Arranged by Ted Firth. Tickets: $20.00.

RSVP @ https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3903963 .

Show Review quote from Bistro Awards:
"Perhaps understandably, She Loves Me, which, like Fiddler, is enjoying a successful current revival on Broadway, remains her favorite Bock-Harnick musical and got four full songs here: her set opener, “Tonight at Eight”; “Will He Like Me?”; the musical’s title song; and the register-busting “Ice Cream,” which nicely showed off Roberts’s top notes. The Apple Tree was represented by a medley of “Movie Star” and “Gorgeous,” and a lovely rendition of “What Makes Me Love Him?”. Robert Windeler

Jennifer Roberts
Music Video: https://youtu.be/NGah6jVh4KE

I Will be going to see Linda Purl and Tom Wopat at Birdland on the 10th. Please join us if you can!

The last SPOTLIGHT ON YOU IN 2018 WILL BE ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14TH. IT IS MY

Invite your friends and bring your favorite song.

Hosted by: Natasha Castillo

Where: 53 Above Broadway (THE LAST SHOW AT THIS VENUE)

(Look for the Broadway Comedy Club Sign)
318 West 53rd Street,1st floor  (between 8th and 9th Avenue)

They offer:
- Opportunity to work with different musicians.
- Chance to meet and network with other performers!
- Chance to advertise your upcoming performances (we will promote YOU and your upcoming events)!
- Monthly Feature Celebrity Spotlights that will enchant and charm you!
- Low cost high quality video clips of your performance ($15)!
- Lots OF FUN!

Sign up starts at 6:30 PM, SHOW STARTS AT 7 PM  $10 Cover and $15 Food/Drink Minimum!

Saturday December 15th at 2PM. It's that MERRY TIME again at Theater 2020! Join them at the Brooklyn Heights branch of the Brooklyn Public Library for one hour of Dickens merriment with FAB actors, special sound effects and light refreshments. And it's all FREE!
Norm Lewis

Norm Lewis: Nutcracker Cool
DEC 17 - 22 at 7:00pm

Norm Lewis is BACK at Feinstein’s/54 Below for his 4th consecutive year, in a holiday residency with more new music, more fun, and more GUESTS! Once again, it’s the hottest Christmas Party in town with Norm and his swingin’ band, including Perry Cavari and George Farmer, led by Musical Director Joseph Joubert and directed by his longtime pal, Richard Jay-Alexander.
Richard Jay-Alexander
Go see one of Broadway’s most sought after leading men wrap his warmth and magic around holiday classics, showtunes, and pop music, in an evening like no other.

This year’s show will also coincide with the release of The NORM LEWIS Christmas Album, as both the debut holiday recording and the show promise to have some real surprises and special material. Order Tickets HERE

December 21: Brighten up your holiday season with New York's holiday tradition: The Many Sounds of Christmas with The Salvatones vocal ensemble, New York Virtuosi string quartet, and organist Stephen Fraser, all under the artistic direction of Daniel Brondel. The Many Sounds of Christmas will also feature the angelic tones of The Salvatones Young Voices directed by Stephen Fraser.
For more information visit Salvatones.org or call 212-784-6176. Click HERE for their event video.
Now, go and do something nice for someone without expecting anything in return! Treat Them to Two Tix to Jennifer Roberts at Pangea on December 5th as she celebrates Sheldon Harnick!
Order Tix HERE
See a Clip HERE
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Thank you all! Here's To a Great Holiday Season! 
Russ Woolley Proudly Presents
Richard Skipper Celebrates
Returns for A Special Presentation on February 10th with An Aquarian Love Song: In Honor of Richard's 58th Birthday!

A Few Audience Testimonials for Richard Skipper Celebrates Events
Richard, your Facebook Live interview program from the YORK Theatre Oscar Hammerstein Awards Gala honoring Susan Stroman was great fun and you were, as always, a charming and skillful pro. I couldn’t help but think what a much needed service (and interesting and fun) it is for events like that one, smaller than the Tony Awards but important to many! And the Tony Awards and anyone else would be lucky to have you, too!
-Betsyann Faiella

Richard Skipper’s FB Live from the York Theatre Gala was as exhilarating and fun to watch as any awards show!! I wish I were there in the room!! Not only does Richard always conduct an informative interview, but it’s so much fun to watch!! I look forward to seeing these interviews.
Lisa Dascoli, Little Falls NJ

I’m very grateful for Richard’s experience and intimate knowledge of the art form of cabaret, along with his openness and willingness to share all of that with me. With Richard you feel like you have a true partner in your performing endeavors. He listens to whatever your individual challenge is, offers helpful suggestions, and gives you answers that are tailor made to your concerns. He’s a true mensch!!
-Josephine Sanges

Stay Tuned for Exciting Things in 2019! 
Next Up: 1 PM Brunch Show Laurie Beechman Theater 

We will be celebrating with Meg Flather, Rosemary Loar,Lina Koutrakos, Stacy Sullivan, AND A Mystery Guest! ALL Aquarian Women!
All under the Musical Direction of Christine Talbott Sutin.
Tickets Go on Sale January 10th! Let's Celebrate! 

RESERVATIONS A MUST!
With music, reminisces and an afternoon of fun and show business! 90 minutes of merriment and excitement . . .As we Celebrate the Present, we Honor the Past! 
Congratulations to the Yiddish Fiddler on The Roof
When and Where:
Sunday, February 10th - 1 PM, Doors open 12:15

THE LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATRE, 407 West 42nd Street (lower level of the WEST BANK CAFE) Producer: Russ Woolley $30 ticket plus $20 food/beverage minimum - exquisite and reasonably priced food and drink. 
Richard Skipper has assembled a great cast to Celebrate and honor . . . RICHARD SKIPPER has become synonymous with "feel good entertainment of the highest quality". For decades Richard has entertained thousands and celebrated the careers of many of Theatre Row’s finest and most honored stars… The afternoon will prove to be an event where all will arrive and leave with smiles! This will be similar to the old-fashioned TV specials and series where we get to chat with and honor this Entertainment Icon. 

Tickets Go On Sale January 10th!
This Show Is Also Made Possible by  Wright Bros. Real Estate, Nyack New York
With grateful XOXOXs,

 

Anthony Perkins as Cornelius Hackl "Are you alone? He's out getting you popcorn?"
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NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED.  FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY!

Please do what YOU can to be more aware that words and actions DO HURT...but they can also heal and help!  
  Keeping America great through Art!     

Here's to an INCREDIBLE tomorrow for ALL...with NO challenges!
Please leave a comment and share on Twitter and Facebook
Keeping Entertainment LIVE!

TILL TOMORROW...HERE'S TO AN ARTS FILLED DAY

Richard Skipper, Richard@RichardSkipper.com
This Blog is Dedicated to the Memory of Anthony Perkins
Anthony Perkins, who played Norman Bates in "Psycho," died from complications of AIDS in 1992.

It was not that long ago we were celebrating her birthday! Carpe Diem

Did you see my interview last week with Steven Ray Watkins?  Check out my feature tomorrow on Lennie Watts
 
 




Thursday, November 29, 2018

The Most Wonderful Time Of Year! A Season of Music

Pioneers are Seldom from the nobility. There were no Dukes on the Mayflower.-Mack Sennett

Happy Thursday, November 29th, 2018!
November 29 is the 333rd day of the year. There are 32 days remaining until the end of the year.
A friend of mine told me that 333 is the 'God' number. I looked it up and found this: Angel number 333 symbolizes aid and encouragement. It means that your angels are just nearby, ready to help and reassure you that your plans are going well. 
It sends the message that your prayers have been answered, and seeing 333 means that whatever you requested for is on its way to you.

What are you going to do with those 35 days?
It is Electronic Greeting Card Day.
Think of this blog today as a greeting card celebrating some exciting things happening around town.
Check out my latest interview. This is with Steven Ray Watkins for Cabaret Hotspot. Check it out HERE.
Let me suggest a show! When I was a kid, I looked forward to the Christmas specials on TV: Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Andy Williams. Then there were
the animated specials: Rudolph, the Red Nosed ReindeerA Charlie Brown Christmas,How the Grinch Stole Christmas!:all with classic musical scores.
Before 1962, when Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol premiered, true Christmas specials made for TV were either adaptations of stories such as A Christmas Carol (with live actors), or the Nativity Story, or episodes of variety shows highlighting Christmas music. They were often hosted by such celebrities as Perry Como, Jane Wyatt, or Florence Henderson.
(A notable exception was The Spirit of Christmas in 1950, which, although featuring an appearance
by Alexander Scourby, who also narrated, starred the Mabel Beaton Marionettes.)

This all changed once variety shows began dying out and Rankin-Bass began producing more and more Christmas specials.

One notable television special usually seen at Christmas was Amahl and the Night Visitors, the first opera written especially for television. Composed by Gian-Carlo Menotti with a libretto in English by the composer, the opera told of a disabled beggar boy living with his (presumably) widowed mother in the Holy Land. They are visited by the Three Wise Men who are on their way to see the Christ Child, and when Amahl offers his crutch as a gift, he is miraculously cured. Commissioned by NBC, the opera was telecast annually in the U.S. from 1951 to 1966. In 1978, it returned to television, but this new production did not have the spectacular success that previous ones did.

Those of us who live in New York are very lucky! We can go to holiday
shows and non holiday shows.  on any given night.  I am plunging into the calendar listings and choosing shows and events worth savoring as nourishment for heart, mind, and spirit.
KT Sullivan and Jeff Harnar
ITis the season! Go and enjoy theses shows but please do not photograph or video without permission from the artists on stage AND the audiences around you. Please respect this request.
I was just reading that Stephanie Block had to ask an audience member to start filming her last night during The Cher Show. I wish we could go back to a time in which this did not happen. I was watching the Tree Lighting Ceremony last night at Rockefeller Center. Most of the audience had their phones up in the air. What happened to just enjoying a show?
TONIGHT:
 Christopher Caswell is  CabaretHotspot.com's pick of the week!
7pm at the Laurie Beechman Theater (407 W. 42nd Street, just west of 9th Ave (downstairs at the West Bank Cafe). Arrive a bit early to get a good seat!
$20 cover/$20 food/drink minimum (the food is fabulous!). Use MAC discount code ‘CAZ5’ for $5 off if you buy tickets in advance at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10334708 (sales will close a few hours before the event, so just showing up is also OK!)
"Step Into The Sun"
Songs from an Honest, Open and Willing Me

KT Sullivan  and Jeff Harnar reprise their
“REMEMBER: Songs of the Holidays”
Wednesday Dec 5 at 7pm
Jeff Harnar
The Laurie Beechman Theater  Music Director: David Gaines
The show was televised on PBS and features seasonal favorites and surprises from the songbooks of Sammy Cahn, Tom Lehrer, David Friedman, Frank Loesser, Paul Simon, Carol Hall, Carole King and more.
For tickets:
https://m.ovationtix.com/pr/1001643
MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs) Discount Code: KTJEFFMAC.

Renee Katz, who saw the show last night, wrote on Facebook today: Go see KT Sullivan and Jeff Harner’s holiday show “Remember” at the Beechman! 
They are the masters of their craft with brilliant vocals, gorgeous medleys, flowing seamlessly...we certainly will remember.

It’s the hap happiest season of all! Invisible people and flowers have feelings too! Getting ready for December 1st!
Marieann Meringolo! Use SPIRIT5 for $5 off!

It began with a text exchange between Meg Flather and Lisa Viggiano. “Why can’t there be a show that celebrates the grit as well as the glow of the holiday season?” A year later, “#realjoy” materialized with Musical Director, Tracy Stark,  Director, Lennie Watts, and opens at 6 pm on Dec 2 at Don’t Tell Mama.


Congratulations to my friend Lawrence Leritz who is being honored with a Dancers Over 40 Legacy Award. Read a great interview with Laurence HERE.  The Dancers Over 40 Legacy Awards take place at Lips on December 10th. Click on the link above to order your tickets. 

Happy Birthday, Ann Kittredge
You can catch Ann in NYC on either Dec 12 or Dec 22. At the Songwriters Alliance Showcase Saturday, Dec 15 2pm, Ann will sing a song written by Shelly Markham and Tom Toce, with the incomparable Tracy Stark at the piano.
What a night this is going to be! the 10th Anniversary of Winter Rhythms at Urban Stages in NYC on Dec. 12th will feature Liam Forde Stephen Cole recreating their recreation of Ethel Merman and Mary Martin's Ford 50th Anniversary Medley. Who Could Ask for Anything More? Tix are going fast. https://lnkd.in/eS4HmiB
Stephen Cole and Liam Forde
and Then Songs of Hope, the closing show the following Saturday, Dec 22 at 5pm. Steve Ross and Natalie Douglas were just added to an already incredible lineup. Music direction by Jon Delfin.


I am thrilled that Shawn Ryan will be in New York on December 15th. 
If you have not experienced Shawn, you are missing out! 
He will be at New York's Don't Tell Mama.  
I will be there to cheer him on and welcome him back to New York.  
TIME: DOORS 7:30pm / SHOW 8pm
Tickets: $25 plus 2 Drink Minimum (Cash Only)
Special Guest: Paul DeVincenzo
“Shawn Ryan Live!” Album Release and National Tour Comes to New York City.
One of today’s greatest Entertainers hits the road in support of this 3rd Album, “Shawn Ryan Live!”.

A not-to-be-missed! The outrageously eccentric “Other Queen of Cabaret”, Shawn Ryan will give U.S. audiences a pure holiday entertainment treat in New York on December 15th at Don't Tell Mama!

"Shawn’s hilarious romp through tinsel town with song and story will have audiences busting at the seams and standing in the aisles begging for more!"
-The Times Picayune

“A rollicking house party of a show…the audience never wants Shawn to leave the stage and he obliges.”
– Cabaret Scenes Magazine

"Shawn Ryan Live!" and the entirety of Shawn's catalogue is available for physical purchase online at http://www.shawn-ryan.com/Music.html and is AVAILABLE NOW on all streaming platforms (Spotify, Tidal, Apple Music, etc).
Order your copy today and get it signed at the show, or listen before the show so you can sing along to all your favorites!

Can't make it to this particular date?
A limited number of tickets are still available for the rest of the tour!
The tour dates are:
11/30 Oakland, CA The Sound Room
12/01 Palm Springs, CA The Purple Room
12/09 Guerneville, CA The Main St. Station
12/11 Los Angeles, CA Rockwell Table and Stage
12/14 New Hope, PA The Rrazz Room
12/15 New York City Don’t Tell Mama
12/17 San Diego, CA Martinis Above Fourth
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Looking for stocking stuffers for Broadway and theatre fans this holiday season? Look no further!
Tony winner Jim Dale takes on all the characters (and books) of the Harry Potter universe in the Penguin Random House audio books—but he's not the only stage favorite to shoulder the challenge of bringing to life your favorite books. Here are 10 more stage stars who also recreated written worlds for your listening pleasure. Read more HERE

This December, the popular theatre podcast Broadwaysted is once again releasing a star-studded parody radio play to celebrate the holiday season...and this time, it's a musical! (Source: BroadwayWorld)

When lifelong arts lover Gayle Inman moved to a senior living community, she called on her neighbors for help with a project. Together, Inman and 18 fellow residents would pay tribute to the most beloved musicals of all time while raising money for children. Check it out HERE

Now, go and do something nice for someone without expecting anything in return! Treat Them to Two Tix to Jennifer Roberts at Pangea on December 5th as she celebrates Sheldon Harnick!
Order Tix HERE
See a Clip HERE
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Thank you all! Here's To a Great Holiday Season! 
Russ Woolley Proudly Presents
Richard Skipper Celebrates
Returns for A Special Presentation on February 10th with An Aquarian Love Song: In Honor of Richard's 58th Birthday!

Carol Channing is a Fellow Aquarian! 

1 PM Brunch Show Laurie Beechman Theater 
We will be celebrating with Meg Flather, Rosemary Loar,Lina Koutrakos, Stacy Sullivan, AND A Mystery Guest! ALL Aquarian Women!
All under the Musical Direction of Christine Talbott Sutin.
Tickets Go on Sale January 10th! Let's Celebrate! 

RESERVATIONS A MUST!
With music, reminisces and an afternoon of fun and show business! 90 minutes of merriment and excitement . . .As we Celebrate the Present, we Honor the Past! 
Congratulations to the Yiddish Fiddler on The Roof
When and Where:
Sunday, February 10th - 1 PM, Doors open 12:15

THE LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATRE, 407 West 42nd Street (lower level of the WEST BANK CAFE) Producer: Russ Woolley $30 ticket plus $20 food/beverage minimum - exquisite and reasonably priced food and drink. 
Happy Birthday, Jackie Hoffman
Richard Skipper has assembled a great cast to Celebrate and honor . . . RICHARD SKIPPER has become synonymous with "feel good entertainment of the highest quality". For decades Richard has entertained thousands and celebrated the careers of many of Theatre Row’s finest and most honored stars… The afternoon will prove to be an event where all will arrive and leave with smiles! This will be similar to the old-fashioned TV specials and series where we get to chat with and honor this Entertainment Icon. 

Tickets Go On Sale January 10th!
A Few Audience Testimonials about Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper, Lisa Dascoli, Annie Weiss
Richard Skipper’s Monday night FB Live from the York Theatre Gala was as exhilarating and fun to watch as any awards show!! I wish I were there in the room!! Not only does Richard always conduct an informative interview, but it’s so much fun to watch!! I look forward to seeing these interviews.
Lisa Dascoli, Little Falls NJ

I have LOVED Richard's Blogs and Articles, and have really enjoyed his Facebook LIVE series......they are always so helpful and informative. I've been able to catch a few of them,
Jennifer Roberts
most recently - last week's featuring Melissa Manchester and the investigation and recovery of Judy Garland's Ruby Slippers. Melissa was so inspiring! Thank-you Richard!!
-Jennifer Roberts, West Detroit, Michigan

Richard Skipper was born to this mantle. What a spot-on splendid job he does. Always a treat to hear those glorious pipes when he sings AND now add to that this charming, spontaneous yet thoroughly primped, delightfully funny role as Host. What a gem of an entertainment he has concocted ... I was honored to be a part of the festivities
(He had me from the “Opening Credits!” Abundantly BRILLIANT) 
Jeff Harnar, NYC

This Show Is Also Made Possible by  Wright Bros. Real Estate, Nyack New York
With grateful XOXOXs,

 


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NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED.  FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY!

Please do what YOU can to be more aware that words and actions DO HURT...but they can also heal and help!  
  Keeping America great through Art!     

Here's to an INCREDIBLE tomorrow for ALL...with NO challenges!
Please leave a comment and share on Twitter and Facebook
Keeping Entertainment LIVE!

TILL TOMORROW...HERE'S TO AN ARTS FILLED DAY

Richard Skipper, Richard@RichardSkipper.com
This Blog is Dedicated to the Memory of Esther Goodhart
It was not that long ago we were celebrating her birthday! Carpe Diem