Live from The Algonquin Hotel in New York City, "Call Me Adam" chats with "The Algonquin Kid" himself, Michael Colby, whose newly released autobiography, The Algonquin Kid, chronicles Michael's time growing up in The Algonquin Hotel, surrounded by some of Hollywood's, Music's, and Theatre's biggest names! From Marilyn Monroe to Agnes Moorehead to Lerner and Lowe who wrote "I Could Have Danced All Night" from My Fair Lady at the Algonquin, Michael tells it all, in this rich behind-the-scenes look at a life lived in one of New York City's most famous hotels!
Entries in Marilyn Monroe (5)
"Call Me Adam" chats with writer/composer Walt Stepp about his two new shows "Siren's Heart: Norma Jean and Marilyn in Purgatory" play at The Actor's Temple and "Skybox" playing at Theater for the New City as well as other details of his life and career!
Review (for NiteLifeExchange.com): Siren's Heart: Norma Jean and Marilyn in Purgatory: Capturing a legend
"Call Me Adam" chats with playwright and director Lissa Moira about the return of "Siren's Heart: Norma Jean and Marilyn in Purgatory" which has moved uptown to The Actor's Temple after two successful Off-Off Broadway runs. We also discuss her 2012 NYC Fringe show "Who Murdered Love?" as well as other details of her life and career!
Review: On Wednesday, November 30, 2011, I was taken into the mind of Marilyn Monroe/Norma Jean in "Siren's Heart...Marilyn in Purgatory." This very well written and directed show, with music, raised some great questions and points of how Marilyn/Nora Jean might have felt living her super stardom life. "Siren's Heart...Marilyn in Purgatory" really displayed the price some artists pay for living in the height of fame some of them do.