Tag: The Nieces of Lady Bumbleton

Practice, Practice, Practice

The Music Hall in New York City, later known as Carnegie Hall had it’s grand opening and first public performance with Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky as the guest conductor on this day in 1891. I’ll never get to Carnegie Hall. The joke is attributed to Jack Benny, although it’s uncertain whether he actualy invented it. In …

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My favorite second job

Acting is everybody’s favorite second job. – Jack Nicholson American actor, director, producer, and screenwriter Jack Nicholson was born on this day in 1937. Jack’s right. If, sir, I may call you Jack. Everyone I know in theatre is working at least one other job.  At least. There are very few people, even fewer in …

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