"Guys, is dressing provocatively in expensive suits whilst having too much to drink causing you to get mugged?"
The star of "Tracy Ullman's Show" heaped praise on women comics.
News that Encores! here in New York is mounting a "new stage adaptation" of The Band Wagon as a "Special Event" beginning Thursday filled my girls with wonder, and not a little moral outrage. "Why?" they cried! All I could think to reply was: Why not?
I don't necessarily get Encores! special events as a concept. However I'm happy such things exist. I hope The Band Wagon is great and has a future life. But if it doesn't live on, at least there is time to see it next week at City Center.
When I heard that one of the original members of Monty Python, Eric Idle, was having a limited run of his new play, What About Dick?, at downtown's Orpheum Theatre, I immediately booked a ticket.
"I saw her on your show last week talking about the Sleep Challenge," Ullman said. "Don't take your computer to bed...don't
Tina Fey revealed that when she worked in Chicago with Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell, one of them was a notorious ladies
Ms. Ullman's proclivity for spoofing the designer community and its oddball characters is largely rooted in her admiration
On last night's season premiere of Tracey Ullman's "State of the Union," she had a go at Arianna and Barack Obama. The spoof
Right from the opening guitar riffs of the megahit "My Life Would Suck Without You" (ours too, Kelly), we are hooked on Clarkson's poppy, essential album that features tons of likely chart shredders.
Renee Zellweger went on Letterman Thursday night to promote "Leatherheads" when the subject of Tracey Ullman's spot-on impression