The "Good Morning America" co-anchor since apologized for her "stupid" and "insensitive" comments.
As a teenager, she had no dance experience. Yet she kept up with 40-year-old Gene Kelly in “Singin' in the Rain.”
So, my hope today is that someone will unite out country by making a real, first-class musical western. Or western musical
During the Blizzard of 2016, my better half and I had plenty of hours to watch, debate, discuss and bicker about movies. We
Donald Trump's toxic comments about immigrants and women are completely counter to the spirit of my late husband Gene Kelly. Not only would Gene be appalled by Trump's deplorable words and actions, he would be stricken that such depravity could be tolerated in a race for President of the United States.
My daughters, Lea and Sara, ages 9 and 12, were very skeptical about On the Town as a revival. MGM's 1949 movie version is one of their absolute favorites.
Producers behind the Broadway-bound "An American in Paris" made a clever move to premiere the show in Paris and this American was lucky to be able to catch it over the Christmas holidays before ending on Jan. 4th.
Gene would be the last person to want new generations to mimic his work. He always encouraged young people to take what he did and go beyond. Similarly, he would never wish for those following in his footsteps to forget the important role he and others played in both the creation and execution of the masterpiece that begat this new production.
Here's an easy question for you: Can you name a legendary dancer and innovative choreographer who also successfully directed movies, and whose athleticism, masculinity and exuberance won audiences' hearts the world over each time his magical gifts leapt onto the silver screen?
Joan Beck Coulson, author of Always for Judy: Witness To The Joy and Genius of Judy Garland (scheduled for publication this