We’ve come up with a tune to help you remember the number to the Congressional Switchboard. So you can always contact your elected representative, in case… you know… something is on your mind.
Today’s Lady Band brought to you by Joanna, Liz Asti, and the delightful NYC actress-singer Lauren Hooper.
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Posted on February 19, 2017
Our wonderful Wild Party onstage…
Posted on September 11, 2016
Joanna will play Mrs. Bob in the Gallery Players’ production of Christopher Durang’s “Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge” from December 5th through December 20th.
Click here to buy “Mrs. Bob” tickets on-line
Stay tuned for pictures and details.
The Gallery Players is a beloved Brooklyn institution located in Park Slope, Brooklyn, and has been producing original plays and recent Broadway and off-Broadway revivals since 1967.
From the Gallery Players’ description of the show:
In this departure from Dickens, young Scroogeâ€™s exclamations of â€œBah, humbug!â€ are an undiagnosed â€œkind of seasonal Touretteâ€™s Syndrome,â€ and The Ghost of Christmas Past is played by a sassy African-American woman with enough attitude to portray all three spirits (which she does)… Mrs. Bob Cratchit, a minor character in the Dickens, takes center stage here. No longer loving and long suffering, Mrs. Bob is in a rage: Sheâ€™s sick of Tiny Tim (the goody-goody crippled child), she hates her twenty other children (most of them confined to the root cellar), including oversized Little Nell, and she wants to get drunk and jump off London Bridge. As the Ghost loses more control, the plot morphs into parodies of Oliver Twist, â€œThe Gift of the Magiâ€ and Itâ€™s a Wonderful Life. And to make matters worse, Scrooge and Mrs. Bob seem to be kindred souls falling in love. With a dÃ©nouement that is two parts Touched by an Angel and one part The Queen of Mean, Scroogeâ€™s tale of redemption and gentle grace is placed squarely on its head.
Posted on October 28, 2009
I was thrilled to be part of WeLoveSoaps.net’s radio podcast– Damon Jacobs and Roger Newcomb are hilarious, kind and knowledgeable. The site is for soap opera news, reviews, history and more. I talked to them about what it’s like to be part of the mighty under-five and extra team on soap operas (my experience has been with AS THE WORLD TURNS)– us working New York and Los Angeles actors who come in to say a line here or play a bit part there and support the storylines and characters you’ve known and loved forever.
Click here to link to Welovesoaps.net!
I brought my guitar along, and you can hear audio and see video of Damon, Roger and I making up a tune about Eric Braeden’s contract trouble with THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS; I also do some little snatches of a goodbye song to (my favorite) GUIDING LIGHT; and a wee bit of “When Cousins Marry”. And check out the rest of the site– these boys are in the thick of it and do a magnificent job.
Posted on October 20, 2009