Betty Buckley

The 13th - a sobering history lesson on the state of the Union By Don Adkins, ZEALnyc Managing Editor, October 14, 2016 Read
The Tony-winning star's latest is a collection of heartfelt "character pieces."
N.B.: Whereas set and costume designer John Napier placed the first offering in the round, the return is housed within a
The National Dog Day celebrity Tweets continue! In fact, on National Dog Day more than 558,000 Tweets were sent. That's a lot of pup love.
This week, I talked with Tony Winner Betty Buckley about her upcoming events presented by Adam Berry at the Peregrine Theatre Ensemble in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Starring the two Edies Beale, inseparable mother and daughter, the nonfiction film spawned an HBO movie from the Broadway play, book by Doug Wright, music by Scott Frankel and lyrics by Michael Korie. The evolution from the facts of the mother-daughter symbiosis uncovered by David and Albert Maysles is a story with its own momentum.
By the time she was just 19, Betty Buckley was already a veteran performer singing with a jazz trio at the Casa Del Sol Supper Club in her native Fort Worth. At 15, she had made her professional debut playing Dainty June in Gypsy.
In San Francisco, the first ever, theatrical presentation on record was held on June 22, 1849. It took place at the police headquarters, the performance-by "Jeemes Pipes of Pipesville.
Slippers or socks? For me, as the years went on and I grew into my own, I realized just how creative--and downright busy
There are skeletal walls in the three sets in The Old Friends, Horton Foote's posthumously-produced "new" play which the folks at Signature Theatre have happily favored us with.