Maurice Sendak draws Hans Christian Anderson.
This is so whimsical my heart has turned into a day lily. But let’s all look at the red-hatted lady who clearly has a horse ass fetish.
The gala for The Michael J. Fox Foundation For Parkinson’s Research took place almost two weeks ago, and here’s a glimpse of Tina making a speech dressed as Marty McFly (she nailed it).
GOOD CAUSE + TINA.
A beautiful dark twisted fantasy come true.
The five remaining members of the U.K. comedy troupe Monty Python convened at the London Playhouse on Thursday to announce a reunion show, set to take place in July at London’s O2 Arena. The group will perform an assortment of sketches, drawing from some of their most memorable works and incorporating new material with “a modern, topical, Pythonesque twist.” At the press conference, Python John Cleese insisted, “We won’t do the same thing.”
Most of the main cast of Arrested Development (Michael Cera, Tony Hale, and David Cross were absent) sat down recently with James Lipton (aka Warden Gentles) onInside the Actors Studio. And, happily, Vulture grabbed what is usually the show’s best part: the infamous Bernard Pivot Questionnaire. Asked the usual round of questions, their answers ranged from…
Jim Henson’s Run, Run. A study in movement and light with a peaceful soundtrack. Gets the emotions a-buzzing.
I do run my fingers through my beard before every show!
What would happen if you took Three Men and a Baby, took out the three men, replaced them with two women, and swapped a doorstep…
Yay! The BFFs are back and revamped and looking funnier than everz.
What I value about the improv community is that it’s a community. It’s certainly competitive. Everybody is ambitious and wants to get ahead and succeed, but the nature of the scene is predicated on not singular exceptionalism but ensemble. I feel that ethos is what makes the improv world a very collaborative world.
It’s no mistake that I get a lot more jobs now that my friends are in positions to run their own shows. Everybody in our world is always looking out for each other. There are certainly those people for whom it’s all about them, but those are few and far between in the improv world. It’s more about teams, whether it’s a sketch group or an improv team, everything is based on the ensemble. That began then and continues now."