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Thank goodness the Tonys came back to Radio City! That is their proper home :) We were at the Beacon the last couple of years.
Kevin Spacey was our host this year & he did not disappoint. He was funny & he can really DANCE & SING!
Uma Thurman , an old client hung out in the makeup room & we had some laughs.
It takes a village to pull off this show & I'm proud to say this is my 18th year doing it.
This is my favorite show of the tear...No drama because theatre actors are so professional that drama isn't even in their vocabulary :) Which in this business is RARE!
This show just keeps getting better & better every year!
Let me just say how low key Dave Matthews has always been.
He is so low maintenance!
Believe it or not it does take a small effort to look rugged :D
Here is Dave getting a hair cut & beard trim at Lincoln Jazz.
My day was a piece of cake !
Trudie Slyler & Sting never disappoint when it comes to throwing a party to save the rainforest.
I'm honored to be a part of this show when it's in New York City @ the legendary Carnegie Hall.
There are so many wonder musical acts & all the precedes go to such a beautiful cause.
It was an absolute blast to do makeup & hair for Gina Gershon & Jennifer Nettles from Sugarland.
Both ladies were AWESOME & how HOT are they????
And can I say "Sassy" … of course in a good way :D
If your laughing most of the day at work you must be working at Comedy Central :)
Comedy Central had it's first "Upfront" at Town Hall in NYC and all the funnest stars in show biz showed up….no kidding!
They Had The "Broad City" ladies IIana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson there along with Amy Schumer.
"Workaholics" Adam DeVine and Blake Anderson.
Jason Sudekis was super sweet to work with as well as Tim Robinson and Natasha Leggero.
Chris Hardwick from "Talking Dead" was so silly backstage… he made everyone get in the picture (here posted) as a selfie like Ellen did at the Oscars.
Oh yes, everyone had a smile on their face this day and if you didn't there had to be something seriously wrong with you :D
In true form Sam Shepard does not disappoint.
I was fortunate enough to be able to work on his play the final week it was on Broadway in NYC.
This of course is not a "feel good" play but the acting was outstanding.
With Ed Harris as the lead how could it have not been spectacular ?
Taissa Farmiga from "American Horror" was one of the leads as well. She took the play to a whole new level. Poor thing on the last day she got a cold. She said her character took so much out of her. You can totally see that she put her whole heart and soul into it.
Taissa Farmiga, Ed harris, Amy Madigan, Larry Pine, Rich Sommer, Paul Sparks, Nat Wolff
I love Broadway and everything about it. You can shut off your brain and for 2 hours be taken away by the play.
This was thrilling!