Andrea Martin

The special will also include a reunion with many of the original cast members.
Mistakes can be gifts. As George Bernard Shaw said, "A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable but more useful than a life spent doing nothing."
All quotes are from "How Was Your Week" by Julie Klausner. Quote Sources: Tim Burton http://howwasyourweek.libsyn.com/sklar
Working with Steve Martin, a not so wild and crazy guy in his current incarnation as Americana icon, the two have composed country songs for a band that plays from inside an A-frame house.
Carmen Murray photographed in one of the many studios she's passing through, meeting with clients, triple-tasking auditioning
We struck gold twice in a matter of weeks -- my daughters, Lea and Sara, and I -- intoxicating artistry in dance at a pair of performances spanning the old and new year.
Michael Frayn's Noises Off, when it premiered back in 1982 in London (with Patricia Routledge) and when it opened in 1983 at the Atkinson (with Dorothy Loudon), was farce comedy par excellence; we didn't quite realize, in those days of Cats and Torch Song Trilogy, that broad, knock-down stage farce could not only be viable but classy.
There are no lies here: just honest reflection and heartfelt truth. Even if you don't know Martin well as an actress you'll enjoy this flowing account of one of our best actress's colorful life.
She's a seasoned writer, a lifelong comedian, and an occasional actress -- and now Julie Klausner is the creator and co-star of new Hulu Original Difficult People, a wildly irreverent comedy series about two narcissistic, struggling comedians who will complain about anything but each other.
Being raised in the entertainment business -- her parents were showbiz legends Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, after all -- may have helped Arnaz hone her career path, but at 63, she is definitely her own woman -- creativity and all.
Let me tell you, none of the new comedies this summer are as good as Playing House.
When I say Lapine packs plenty into his entertaining diversion about the dogged fulfillment of concentrated ambition, I mean
The Broadway theatre season officially ended two weeks ago, the Tony Award nominations were announced, and I kept busy trying to draw as many Broadway productions as possible.
May is when one season of theater ends and another begins. Awards are handed out and some new shows appear after biding their time by waiting for the crush of Tony hopefuls to thin out.
Whether it was fate or phoning, I got my e-mail notice, my golden ticket, that I was "in." Yesterday, I lined up with what
Pippin offers viewers an opportunity to escape reality while at the same time facing it in the mirror. Leaving Pippin, you too may begin listening to the voices in your head...
While SCTV's production values were crude compared to today (in fairness, they were supposed to be simulating a low-budget