We were excited last Monday to be interviewed for a 3-4 page spread in the English-language German teen magazine “Spot On”
. The article is expected to come out in their January 2010 issue. Each of us was interviewed and we all posed for pictures, even getting the interviewer/editor-in-chief Judy Gilbert to pose in three "leading lady" outfits worn by famous actresses in recent films... Can you guess them? (Can't be too hard if you have been following our blogs and Facebook fan pages!!!)
Delighted to welcome our new intern Allyn to our HUVC family! On her first day with us she was already photographed and interviewed for a magazine! How cool is that? Here is Allyn posing in front of our "wall of shame" (a.k.a. "Fame"!)
If you are anything like us, you wait for film credits to roll and read playbills to the end, appreciating the behind-the-scenes people involved in production. We like to post pictures of designers, directors and other production people who we might read about but never see, and hope you get a kick out of them too.
This month, legendary Broadway/film designer (and Yale professor!) Jane Greenwood came by- she is shopping for “Broadway Bound” and “Brighton Beach Memoirs”,
which will be playing in repertory. We coincidentally happened to have also worked on the original 1983 “BBM” as well as the 1986 film version! Previews begin October 2nd at the Nederlander Theater on Broadway. At right, Jane and assistant Jen Moeller pick out dresses to purchase for "Brighton Beach Memoirs", and below, Helen and Jane.
Cherie Cunningham came by looking for a tailcoat for the new vampire musical “The Cure”, running for 6 performances as part of the greater New York Musical Theater Festival, (Sept. 28 - Oct. 18). It’s a rock n’ roll fable in which two friends stumble across the world's last surviving vampires. The show is actually teaming up with the Broadway Blood Drive on Sunday, September 20th. Get it? A vampire musical sponsoring a blood drive! Brilliant marketing ploy!