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What a fabulous treat to be with Paul McCartney on tour!!
We started out on The Jimmy Fallon show where those two had so much fun playing tricks on people and just having a good old time.
Egypt Station has been number 1 for 2 weeks in a row now..
Go Team McCartney!!!!!
Heading to Canada then to Japan. Did I mention Paul is HUGE in Japan!
Nothing like kicking it Old School with a true Rock & Roll Star..
It was a bright sunny day in lower Manhattan that we did an interview with Kevin Bacon.
He was thrilled to talk about his cousin Holly Near.
Holly is a singer, songwriter, teacher & activist. I’m sure we would totally get along :)
Special quotes from Holly:
Why do we kill people who are killing people to show that killing people is wrong?
If you have the guts to keep making mistakes, your wisdom and intelligence leap forward with huge momentum.
The women's movement completely changed attitudes all over the world in ways we'll never be able to count.
YES, we would be fast friends!!
The Tony Awards are one of the shows I look forward to every year.
Our hosts Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles were absolutely AWESOME!
Theather actors are the best to work with as they are so professional and charming. There is never drama on stage or backstage. Everyone hits their marks and they are on time !
I've worked with so many of the actors the list would be too long but to just add a few of my favorites...
Tony Shalhoub , Bruce Springsteen , Robert DeNiro, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Chita Rivera, Katrina Lenk and Denzel Washington were the high light of my evening. Denzel is ever so sweet and did I mention HANDSOME!
I worked with Josh Groban for press on the days leading up to the show. Josh is quite the charmer :)... He told me he loved MY makeup!
Doing this show for almost 18 years now NEVER gets old.
I love when the Tonys come to town!
The fifth annual Trailblazer Honors celebrated activists and pioneers from diverse backgrounds to prove that while divided we fall, together we rise. The Cathedral of Saint John The Divine hosted the ceremony that broadened its focus within the LGBTQ community and beyond to shine a spotlight on the inspiring people that have changed our world.
Bebe Rexha opened the show with a choir rendition of her song, 'In The Name of Love,' that set the tone for the moving night ahead. Sara Ramirez and Padma Lakshmi spoked from personal experiences about the importance of the ACLU in honoring Executive Director Anthony Romero. Malcolm Jenkins reminded us of Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin's courage, who thanked those who have supported them after the death of their son, Trayvon Martin. Logan Browning, Barry Jenkins, Cheyenne Jackson and Billy Porter discussed the impact that James Baldwin has had on their lives before Jussie Smollett performed his song 'Freedom' as a tribute to the late author. Ryan Murphy was honored by Mj Rodriguez, Janet Mock and Dominique Jackson before discussing those who have inspired him to create representation for all groups. Julia Roberts, Angela Bassett and more also thanked Murphy for what he has provided for them in their careers.
Everyday trailblazers Danica Roem, Opal Tometi, Joanne Smith, Cristina Jimenez, Charlie Craig and David Mullins were also honored for their important contributions to American politics and culture. Plus, RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10's Final Four Aquaria, Asia O'Hara, Eureka and Kameron Michaels made an appearance before Bebe Rexha returned to close the show with her hit song, 'Meant To Be.'
It was a night that reminded us to support all members of our community, and that we are all Trailblazers!
Harold Smith Prince (born January 30, 1928) is an American theatrical producer and director associated with many of the best-known Broadway musical productions of the 20th century. He has garnered twenty-one Tony Awards, more than any other individual, including eight for directing, eight for producing the year's Best Musical, two as Best Producer of a Musical, and three special awards.
What a pleasure to work with this incredible legend .
When Hal left the interview from the beautiful "United Palace Cultural Arts Theater" he was off to Switzerland to go skiing ...
True Genius !!!!