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NAMES IN LIGHTS OR ON NAME
Stars who see their names in lights once saw their names on the breast pocket of their military
uniform. As America engages in war, many performers have already served.
Tony Curtis during his Navy days
Las Vegas resident Tony Curtis, currently on tour in Some Like It Hot, appearing April
26-May 4 in Seattle at the Paramount Theatre, enlisted in the US Navy in 1943 at age 17. He
received the Purple Heart after being wounded in action during the invasion of Guam in 1944. In
Tokyo Bay he watched the surrender ceremonies from the Signal Bridge of the USS Proteus.
Ed Mc Mahon, who recently celebrated his birthday in Las Vegas, enlisted in the US
Marines. He earned his wings at the Pensacola Naval Base and later trained
fighter pilots. He served six years of active military service in both World War II and during the
Korean conflict as well as 28 years in the reserves. McMahon flew on 85 combat missions and
rose to the rank of colonel. He received the Yellow Ribbon Medal of Freedom Patriot Award
along with former US President Gerald Ford. His former sidekick, Johnny Carson, was a Navy
Comedian Norm Crosby, who was honored Friday by the Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters at the
Sportsmen's Lodge in Hollywood, suffered a severe hearing loss while serving in a military on a
sub-chaser in the North Atlantic. The depth charges "made a terrific sound, it was very loud and
you could feel it through your bones. The hearing loss came about slowly, it was not that one day
I was suddenly deaf, it was a gradual thing that came on slowly over time."
Barely twenty years old Crosby was fitted with awkward, big hearing aides called " a body aid."
Today he wears two small behind-the-ear aids. Without them he hears "absolutely nothing."
Crosby was the first spokesperson for the Better Hearing Institute in Washington and the first
celebrity to discuss being hearing impaired.
Oscar nominee Paul Newman, who has said he won't be attending the Academy Awards because
he is racing a car in Mexico, enlisted in the Navy during World War II to become an aviator, but
blue eyes turned out to
be color blind, so he spent the duration as a radio operator.
1953 piano sheet music of April in Portugal featured Vic Damone on the
cover in his Army uniform.
Vic Damone joined the Army in 1951. Upon discharge Damone teamed up with a piano
player/composer named Burt Bacharach who had also just finished his Army duty. The first place
they performed was a 1953 engagement at the Riviera Hotel. Damone traded in his Army khakis for a
pearl grey tuxedo with black lapels and cuffs. He acknowledged the fine piano accompaniment of Bacharach
and Walter Nye's band, then offered a toast to his Army life by singing I Never Had It So
Good. Also on the bill was opening act Joey Bishop and dancers Marge and Gower Champion.
Mel Brooks' career began in the forties in the military, while serving as a combat engineer in the
US Army clearing German mines after the Battle of the Bulge. He organized shows for the US
troops, and when the German army began transmitting propaganda over loudspeakers. Brooks is
known to have responded to German propaganda broadcasts by doing an Al Jolson imitation of
Toot Toot Tootsie.
Leon Spinks was in the Marine Corps before becoming Heavyweight Champion of the
Kirk Douglas who made his Broadway debut in 1941, enlisted in the U.S. Navy
in 1943, and he served as a communications officer in anti-submarine warfare during World War II.
Frank Gorshin who is currently starring off-Broadway in Say Goodnight, Gracie was in
the U.S. Army.
Don Adams was a Marine and contracted malaria on Guadalcanal.
Tim Conway on McHales Navy served in the US Army
Tim Conway, a five-time Emmy Award winner, is a Korean War-Era veteran, serving in the US
Army from 1956 through 1958. He received the 1998-99 Veteran of the Year award for his
impressive record of charitable service, as well as, for his outstanding success as a veteran
entertainer. Conway was also designated the national Take A.I.M. spokesman. Take A.I.M.,
focuses on awareness, image and morale issues in an on-going effort
to instruct our nation's youth on the honorable history, sacrifice and important peacetime
responsibilities of the US. Armed Forces.
"Because of the patriotic men and women that elect to wear a military uniform of a branch of the
United States Armed Forces, we are a free nation and we will remain so," said Conway. "Their
willingness to stand ready to stave off the aggression and to protect the freedom so many have
risked their lives to preserve, makes us forever thankful to those that have served and to those yet
to serve. I, together with VFI, encourage all civilians to show their admirable respect and uplifting
support of our Armed Forces not only during times of conflict but also during times of
Conway and Harvey Korman, also a veteran, bring their Together Again show to the
Stardust Hotel in Las Vegas April 2-5.
Drew Carey turned his military haircut into a trademark
Drew Carey served in the Marine Reserves. His military buzz cut and black, wide-rim glasses
became part of his trademark look.
Composer Hal David, a former journalist and wartime entertainment
unit soldier, shared army digs
with Carl Reiner. David credits the Army as his song writing launch pad. "I always wanted to
write songs. The army was where I had the opportunity."
Carl Reiner entered army in 1942 and trained as a radio operator. He later studied French on
assignment at Georgetown University to become an interpreter, but became a teletype operator in
the Signal Corps where, on the way to Iwo Jima from Hawaii, was assigned to Maurice Evans'
Special Entertainment Unit. For 18 months, he toured the South Pacific as a comedian in GI
Bobby Vinton, who performs March 25-30 at the Drury Lane
Theatre in Evergreen Park, Ill
served in the Army where he played trumpet in a military band. His Army experiences served as
inspiration for one of his biggest hits, Mr. Lonely.
Navy veteran Eddie Albert drove Amtracks in several Pacific invasions. He served in
the landings at Saipan in 1943, where he rescued wounded and stranded Marines from the
beachhead. At Tarawa, he was wounded and lost most of his hearing and earned the Bronze
Army veteran James Arness was wounded at Anzio. He was awarded the Purple Heart and
Oscar winner Ernest Borgnine served in the U.S. Navy for twelve years, joining before WWII.
Williams Daniels was a staff sergeant with Armed Forces Radio.
Pat Sajak during his Army years
Also having experience with Armed Forces Radio is Pat Sajak, the Wheel of Fortune host
who has just launched his own informative and interesting talk show on Fox. He joined the U.S. Army, in 1968 and was promptly sent to Vietnam. After a few
months as a finance clerk, he was transferred into Armed Forces Radio and given the morning show on AFVN
in Saigon where he yelled, Good Morning, Vietnam! for a year and a half. He finished his military
career at the Pentagon in 1970.
Ossie Davis did his stint in the Army, where he penned and performed
shows for the troops.
Don Knotts served in the military during World War II, assigned to a special entertainment unit
for the Army. World War II veteran Cliff Robertson was a merchant marine.
Bob Newhart turned Army experiences into a nightclub routine
Bob Newhart, winner of the Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, turned his
experiences in the Army into a comedy routine. Stationed behind a desk, he jokes about the
seriousness of paper cuts. Newhart brings his button down mind to the Paramount Theatre in Denver, Colorado
on April 14.
Army veteran Art Carney went to Normandy in July of 1944 as a replacement to the
28th Division in position around St Lo. He was part of a 30 caliber machine gun squad. On
August 15, 1944 he had just taken up his position when he was hit in the right leg by mortar
shrapnel. After receiving field treatment, he was sent back to Britain and then the US. He once
said of his military career, "Never fired a shot and maybe never wanted to. I really cost the
Before he became an actor, Charles Durning, the son of an Army officer, continued in his fathers
footsteps. Durning landed at Omaha Beach in the D-Day invasion. He survived the landing, but was wounded in an ambush during the Battle of the Bulge. He was
captured, escaped, and narrowly missed assassination at the Malmedy Massacre. He won three
Purple Hearts and the Silver Star.
Mickey Rooney was a private first class in the Army. Awarded the Bronze Star, he served 21
months with a unit that entertained the troops.
Eli Wallach did his World War II tour of duty as a sergeant stationed with the US Army
Sir Michael Caine was called up to do his National Service with the Royal Fusiliers, which took
him to Korea. A contender for an Oscar this year, he was nominated for his starring role in the
adaptation of Graham Greene's The Quiet American, the first foreign movie to be given
permission to be filmed in Vietnam. The movie tells the story about the last days of French
colonial rule in Vietnam and the beginning of US involvement there.
Caine's fellow Brits - Sean Connery served in the Royal Navy and Roger Moore was a first lieutenant with the British Army in
occupied West Germany after WWII.
Glenn Ford is a Navy veteran. In addition to his
World War II service, he served in the reserves during the Korean War and the Viet Nam War. He retired as a Captain in the US Naval Reserve.
Also serving in the Navy were Shecky Greene and Don Rickles, who was on destroyer duty. Rickles
has said of one deployment, "It was so hot and humid, the crew rotted." Mr. Warmth returns to
the Stardust Hotel in Las Vegas on May 29.
Andy Rooney was a sergeant in the Army. Early in war he served with an artillery regiment
assigned to England. While there he joined Stars And Stripes. In 1943 Rooney
became one of the first correspondents allowed aboard B-17 bombers attacking Germany. He
wrote of his war experiences in the book My War.
Skitch Henderson served in both the British and American Air Force
During World War II, Skitch Henderson who was born in Birmingham, England, flew for both the
Royal Air Force and, after becoming an American citizen, the United States Army Air Corp
USAAF service. In 1983 Henderson founded the New York Pops which is the largest
independent symphonic pops orchestra in the United States, and the only symphonic orchestra in
New York City specializing in popular American music.
Las Vegas resident Steve Lawrence served in the U.S. Army concert band during his tour of
military service as did Eddie Fisher and announcer Charles Osgood.
Charlton Heston was a radio operator in B-52 bombers and served in the Aleutians.
Montel Williams is a retired Lieutenant Commander in the Navy. The actor/talk show host
graduated from the Naval Academy in 1980 with a degree in general engineering and a
minor in international security affairs. He was commissioned an ensign and assigned to
serve aboard submarines.
Marty Allen - his hair helped a solider feel better
Wild haired comedian Marty Allen, who calls Las Vegas home, was in the Army Air Corps,
stationed with the 15th Air Force in the province of Foggia, Italy. The 15th was a legendary unit
whose B-17 bombers flew raids from bases in Southern Italy into Southern France, Germany,
Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Balkans. It is best known for destroying German oil fields at
Ploesti, Rumania, in the summer of 1944. Because of a perforated eardrum he was a member of
the ground crew, doing duty as a security guard.
In early 1945 a fuel truck, containing 4,000 gallons of gasoline, was refueling a B-17 filled with
bombs when a motor on the back of the truck ignited gas fumes and started a fire on the nose
turret of the aircraft.
On board were two men who, instead of fighting the fire or moving the vehicle to a safer location,
jumped off and ran. Not Allen. Instead of running away Allen ran towards the
problem, jumped into the cab of the fuel truck and drove it away, preventing an explosion. He
then raced back to the plane, crawled into the bomb bay and rolled on the flames to extinguish the
He became a decorated war hero. In addition to the medal, his heroism earned him a full-dress
Since then Allen has done what he could to help the troops. From 1968 through 1972 Allen
made an annual tour of military hospitals in the United States, paying for his own transportation
In that 1968 tour of military
hospitals Allen went bed to bed attempting to cheer up the Vietnam wounded. In one bed was a
soldier depressed because his prosthetic leg didn't look real. "That can be fixed," chirped Allen,
who asked the nurse for some scissors and tape. Then the comic cut off some of his hair and
taped it to the prosthetic leg. The soldier started laughing - and getting better. A commendation
for Allen's generosity was read into the Congressional Record.
Red Buttons and Karl Malden were corporals in the United States Army Air Force and Tom
Poston was a Navy pilot.
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A CONVERSATION WITH WALTER CRONKITE
Walter Cronkite an in person seminar which is sent via satellite, free of charge, to
universities and colleges across the country. The event includes a live question-and-answer session between
Cronkite and the off-site audience.
One of the most revered names in broadcast news, Walter
Cronkite has spent more than sixty years as a journalist-over forty of them at CBS News-and covered almost every
landmark event of that time, including D-Day, the Nuremberg trials, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the civil
rights movement, the Vietnam War, the moon landing, and Watergate. Cronkite anchored CBS political
and convention coverage from 1952 to 1980 and The CBS Evening News from
1962 to 1981, in addition to hosting numerous acclaimed documentaries, including his seminal
1968 special on Vietnam in which he famously concluded that the "only rational way out would
be to negotiate-not as victims, but as an honorable people who...did the best they could."
Cronkite will review both his own extraordinary career in television and the evolution of
electronic news from the pre-television days to today's world of twenty-four-hour cable news networks.
The lecture, the ninth in a series honoring William S. Paley, founder of CBS, has been
underwritten by the CBS Foundation. The William S. Paley Annual Lecture A Conversation with Walter Cronkite
Monday, March 31 at The Museum of Television & Radio in New York
POST SHOW DISCUSSION
Following the Friday March 28th performance of None of the Above,
a new comedy about a private school student and her S.A.T. tutor, New Georges will host a
post-show conversation between None of the Above playwright
Jenny Lyn Bader, a summa cum laude graduate of Harvard, and Bob Verini, National Director of
Academics at Stanley Kaplan and the winner of Jeopardy!'s 1987 Tournament of Champions.
Bader and Verini will talk about intelligence, comedy, and what the obsession
with standardized tests says about what society values. Both panelists test
well - scoring especially high on verbal - and are virtual repositories of
information, promising a lively, wide-ranging and irreverent conversation.
New Georges' Artistic Director Susan Bernfield will moderate the conversation. Cast members Alison Pill and Kel O'Neill; and director Julie Kramer will
also be in attendance.
Bob Verini is Kaplan's National Director of Academics. For over 20 years he
has been an expert at test preparation and admissions for Kaplan's pre-law,
pre-business, pre-health, and pre-college divisions. Bob has taught literally
thousands of students to take the LSAT, GMAT, GRE, SAT, and MCAT (Verbal
Reasoning) examinations, and has trained hundreds of Kaplan teachers and
staff members. Bob is notable as one of the all-time
highest money winners on Jeopardy!, the winner of the 1987 Tournament of
Champions and a finalist in the show's 2002 "Million Dollar Masters
Tournament" taped at Radio City Music Hall.
The event will be Friday at The Ohio Theater, New York City.
ALL ABOUT EVE a one-night only, all-star reading benefiting The Actor's
Fund of America takes place Sunday, March 30 at The Ahmanson Theatre, Music Center of LA County.
Celeste Holm serves as the Benefit Chair. Edelman Johnson is the Event Chair and
Tom Mankiewicz is the Honorary Chair.
All About Eve, one of the most incisive, literate, honored screenplays ever written, will be
performed live onstage in a single history-making performance to benefit The Actors' Fund of
America. Gordon Davidson directs Lauren Ambrose, Jillian Armenante, Stockard Channing, Tim
Curry, Blythe Danner, Kirk Douglas, Calista Flockhart, Victor Garber, Angela Lansbury, Melissa
Manchester, Carl Reiner, John Ritter, Jennifer Tilly, and many others in the original 20th Century
Fox screenplay by Joseph Mankiewicz, based on Mary Orr's story The Wisdom of Eve,
and adapted for staged reading by David Rambo. It's the classic tale of the stage-door mouse who
devours a legendary lioness of the theatre as you've always wanted to see it. Fasten your seat belts
- it's going to be a legendary night!
Tickets range from $50 - $1,000.
DREAM A LITTLE DREAM
Denny Doherty on stage Photo by Kenneth Kam
Denny Doherty & Paul Ledoux is a new musical about the rock group The Mamas and the Papas, featuring original "Papa"
Directed by Randal Myler the production traces the rise and fall of the group, from the folk
Greenwich Village to the acid-soaked heights of stardom in Los Angeles, to the flowering of
generation at the Monterey Pop Festival, and the heartbreak of the tragic loss of Cass
Elliott, the soul of the
group. A portrait of an era, Dream a Little Dream is billed as a love story, a tale of
artists thrown together into a world of riches and fame.
In explaining the show, Doherty on his website states, "Some of what I'm going to tell you
tonight didn't happen - at least not in the nice, semi-coherent way that I'm going to tell it. No, the stories will be
stacked up, melded and muddled
together and time will be warped. But that is how it was. Time got way out of whack and California dreaming became a sleep
disorder. At any rate, stories will be told, names will be dropped and mud will be slung, but hopefully to a
The show will include songs made famous by The Mamas and the Papas, including
Dedicated to the One
I Love, I Saw Her Again, California Dreamin', Monday, Monday, and the title song.
Doherty will be backed
by a six-piece band, who will also provide vocals.
Sets by Walt Spangler. Costumes by David C. Woolard. Lighting by Peter Kaczorowski.
Projections by Jan Hartley
Previews begin March 28. The official opening is April 14 at the Village Theatre, New York
LIFE X 3 the latest play - a
comedy - by awarding winning novelist and playwright Yasmina Reza. She is best-known
internationally for her 1994
play Art, which was translated and performed in nearly 40 different languages and
made her the first
playwright ever to win a Tony Award for a foreign play.
Trois Versions de la vie, or LifeX3, has premiered at the Theatre Antoine in
Paris, directed by
Patrice Kerbrat, at the Burgtheater in Vienna, directed by Luc Bondy, and at the National
Theater in London,
directed by Matthew Warchus. Reza, who trained as an actress, before devoting her talent
to writing, played
one of the four characters in the postmodern "revolving plot" which offers three parallel
versions of the same period of time - a tense evening shared by two dysfunctional couples in
the prime of
The American debut stars Helen Hunt, John Turturro, Linda Emond and Brent Spiner. In
LifeX3, Henry (Turturro) and Sonia (Hunt) are putting their son to bed when an
unexpected knock on the
door throws them into disarray. Hubert (Spiner) and Inez (Emond) have arrived for dinner, a
day earlier than
expected. As the evening degenerates Yasmina Reza blends observations and high comedy
resulting in the examination of our most personal intimacies and private longings.
Written by Reza and translated by Christopher Hampton, Life X3 is directed by
and features set and costume design by Mark Thompson, lighting design by Hugh
Vanstone and sound
design by Christopher Cronin with original music by Gary Yershon. Produced by Ron
Kastner the production
officially opens on March 31 at Circle in the Square in New York City.
THE MUSIC MAN starring
Gerritt VanderMeer as Prof. Harold Hill and Carolann Sanita as Marian bring those 76 trombones
to the Capitol Theatre in Salt Lake City, Utah on March 25 to March 30.
AVENUE Q a new adult musical
theatre piece for puppets and people. Singing puppets and their human neighbors tackle life's
most vexing issues - including love, sex, money, race and how to tell your roommate he's gay. The
place is New York City, and the street is Avenue Q, the only address you can afford when
you're fresh out of college, or out of a job, or just trying to find your way in life.
Music & lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx who developed much of the score at the
BMI Workshop. Book by Jeff Whitty. Directed by Jason Moore who worked shopped the show
in Summer 2002 at the Eugene O'Neill Music Theater Conference. Puppets designed by Rick
Lyon. A co-production of The Vineyard Theatre and The New Group, New York City.
Opening night at The Vineyard Theatre was March 19.
by Alan Bennett. Kathleen Chalfant, Daniel Davis, Christine Ebersole, Valerie Mahaffey,
and Brenda Wehle will star in the New York premiere of Talking Heads, six of
solo pieces in two alternating programs directed by Michael Engler.
Each of the
the actors a challenging opportunity to create the character's intimate world, colored by
her or his own insights, cares and concerns.
Program A: The Hand of God performed by Wehle. A Lady of Letters
performed by Ebersole as compulsive letter writer. Bed Among the Lentils performed by Chalfant
as a reluctant vicar's wife.
Program B: Her Big Chance performed by Mahaffey. A Chip in the Sugar
performed by Davis playing mild mannered Graham, who lives with his mother.
Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet the story of a middle-aged English woman's awakening, performed by
Redgrave, who isn't letting treatment for breast cancer at Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center knock her off her feet. She's kept up a full work schedule and hasn't missed a beat.
Rachel Hauck (Scenic Design), Candice Donnelly (Costume Design), Chris Parry (Lighting
Design),Wendall Harrington (Projections), and Michael Roth (Original Music/Sound
Previews began March 22 with the official opening slated for April 6. A two-performance
package deal for Programs A and B is available. Both programs must be purchased simultaneously,
either in person or over the phone. Minetta Lane Theatre, New York City.
starring in Brand New Day, opens Tuesday in Las Vegas.
The same night she opens her three-year Vegas engagement, a television special, hosted by Justin
Timberlake, will be aired on CBS and on SBC in Canada. This special, produced by Ken Erhlich,
will feature Celine Dion live from Las Vegas plus taped segments.
All the over-hype has been nauseating. However, if there is anybody who can live up to the
over-the-top, unrelenting flak it's the show's creator, Franco Dragone. He is the innovative,
creative genius behind the Cirque's stage productions, including La Magie Continue
(1986); Le Cirque Reinvente (1987); Nouvelle Experience (1990);
Saltimbanco (1992), which earned him a Los Angeles Critics Award for Outstanding
Mystere (1993); Alegria (1994); Quidam (1996); O (1998); and
La Nouba (1998).
In Brand New Day, Dion will be joined by a cast of sixty dancers, musicians and artists
who began rehearsing in La Louviere, Belgium last June. Rehearsals included dance, aerial, vocal,
percussion, acrobatic and theatrical workshops. The cast hails from around the globe, the
individuals renowned in their various disciplines. They were chosen from among thousands
through auditions in Montreal, London, Paris, Amsterdam, New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles,
Chicago and La Louviere.
The musicians - most of whom have been touring with Celine for nearly a decade - include three
background vocalists, two percussionists, an accordionist, a flautist, two cellists, a drummer,
pianist and two guitarists. Celine's longtime bandleader, Claude "Mego" Lemay, will be playing
The music will range from classic Celine to beautifully-arranged standards to her latest hits. To
has sold over 150 million albums worldwide, making her the biggest selling female artist of all
The creative team includes; Directed by Franco Dragone; Yves Aucoin Lighting Designer; Pavel
Associate Director; Michel Crete Set Designer and Projection Content Designer; Dirk Decloedt
Content Designer; Claude "Mego" Lemay Musical Director; Dominique Lemieux Costume
Michaels Choreographer; Denis Savage Sound Designer.
Celine, her husband and son have
temporarily re-located to Las Vegas for the run of this production. Celine has no intentions of
permanent Vegas fixture ala Siegfried & Roy. She plans to live in Florida, wanting her toddler to
son go attend school there.
The production opens March 25 in the 4,000 seat Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. The
show is produced by Concerts West, an AEG company.
DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER on
stage March 27 in Seattle, Washington at the Paramount Theatre. On Friday the show is in
Houston, Texas at the Cullen Theatre and she closes out the week, Saturday, in Newark, New Jersey
at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
DENYCE GRAVES the native
Washingtonian performs at Kennedy Center Concert Hall. March 29. Graves has
performed at the
White House, the Metropolitan
Opera, The Oprah Winfrey Show and the National Cathedral. Her diverse range
includes arias, orchestral arrangements and
VONDA SHEPARD is the singer-songwriter who shot to fame as a result of the hit television series Ally
McBeal, which featured
her performing live on an almost weekly basis. The New York born Shepard performs
March 25 at B.B. King Blues Club in New York City.
ELTON JOHN AND BILLY JOEL on stage
performing March 28-29 MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
THE B-52's in a two nighter,
March 28-29 at the Las Vegas Hilton.
LARRY GATLIN AND THE GATLIN BROTHERS
singing their hits March 28 at Boulder Station, Las Vegas.
KENNY G on stage at the
Aladdin Hotel, Las Vegas on March 29.
JEREMY EBENSTEIN the 22
year-old pop artist in a return engagement March 27 at Miss Elle's, an intimate supper club, in New York
BRITNEY SPEARS has been in Las Vegas
prepping for a race-car movie she is producing and starring in this spring. Before she
straps on her helmet and put the pedal to the metal in a movie she has been in Vegas taking lessons in the proper
way to race a car around an oval track. In the flick the pop star will play the daughter of a NASCAR
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