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John Stamos TV alert on Chelsea Lately on E!

John Stamos can be seen this season on Fox’s “Glee” as Dr. Carl Howell and in development with Twentieth Century Fox,

he will produce with Neil Meron & Craig Zadan a feature musical set to the music of the Beach Boys.

JOHN STAMOS

To Appear on “Chelsea Lately”

Monday, November 29th at 11PM

On E! Entertainment Network

John Stamos will appear on E! Entertainment Network’s “Chelsea Lately” on Monday, November 29th at 11PM to chat about his upcoming episode on Glee that airs the following night.

More information can be found at: http://www.facebook.com/johnstamos

What’s Up, Denis O’Hare? The Elling Star on His Peculiar New Play and Camping It Up on True Blood

After an over-the-top turn as Russell Edgington, the murderous vampire king of Mississippi, on HBO’s True Blood, Tony winner Denis O’Hare is back on Broadway as the title character in the comedy Elling, based on a popular series of Norwegian novels and subsequent film adaptation. O’Hare plays a man who is unable to cope with the death of his mother and is placed in a mental institution. “It’s part farce, part vaudeville, part psychological drama, part situation comedy,” O’Hare says of the new work. “It’s such a beautiful and unusual play, which is a risk because it’s not easily categorized.” Broadway.com caught up with O’Hare to discuss playing the unstable figure as well and get the scoop on the southern vampire world.

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Can Somebody Give John Stamos his Own Show Already – Huffington Post

John Stamos can be seen this season on Fox’s “Glee” as Dr. Carl Howell and in development with Twentieth Century Fox, he will produce with Neil Meron & Craig Zadan a feature musical set to the music of the Beach Boys.

HUFFINGTON POST

Can Somebody Give John Stamos His Own Show Already?

By Annie Stamell

Can someone give John Stamos his own show already? We could use a little more Stamos in our lives.

You see, John Stamos is eighties. No qualifiers or auxiliary verbs necessary. From his facial expressions to his ability to pull off head-to-toe leather, to the salt and pepper hair, the man has retained this loose eighties vibe that makes the Stamos persona forever connected to his stint as Uncle Jesse on Full House. A persona that had him rocking leather, a mullet and jam sessions with The Beach Boys. All of which is still believable when considering present day Stamos, and especially after watching him sing and dance his heart out on Glee. He is forever Uncle Jesse.

TO READ THE FULL FEATURE, CLICK HERE:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/annie-stamell/can-somebody-give-john-st_b_775031.html

JOHN STAMOS is featured in People Magazine’s annual Sexiest Men Alive Issue.

On stands now!


NY Magazine story on John Stamos in Glee!

John Stamos can be seen this season on Fox’s “Glee” as Dr. Carl Howell and in development with Twentieth Century Fox, he will produce with Neil Meron & Craig Zadan a feature musical set to the music of the Beach Boys.

NEW YORK MAGAZINE

‘Glee,’ Yes. Confidence, No.

John Stamos gives you his best song and dance.

By Rebecca Milzoff

Before Stamos landed a recurring role on Glee—as Dr. Carl Howell, a dentist wooing guidance counselor Emma Pillsbury—he was one of the show’s punch lines. In the third episode of the first season, Emma says to glee-club teacher Will Schuester, “They say it takes more certainty than talent to be a star. I mean, look at John Stamos.” The subject of the dig “was pissed. People tweeted, ‘Oooooh, they just dissed you on Glee!’ ” says Stamos, who called the head of Fox TV: “What did I ever do to you? Are you guys crazy? Say anything you want about me, but don’t say I have no talent!’ ” Brad Falchuk, one of Glee’s three head writers, regrets the line now. “If I had known John then, we never would have used it. We needed someone iconic to use in that joke, and John seemed like the perfect mix of a guy who could take it.” When Falchuk finally met Stamos, the opposite was true. The actor had plenty of talent; what he lacked was the sort of confident swagger he’d expected from a career celebrity. “It’s surprising, when you talk to him,” Falchuk says. “He’s vulnerable without being neurotic. He’s very endearing.” Continue reading

John Stamos featured in Entertainment Weekly, A Hollywood Survival Guide

John Stamos can be seen this season on Fox’s “Glee” as Dr. Carl Howell and in development with Twentieth Century Fox, he will produce with Neil Meron & Craig Zadan a feature musical set to the music of the Beach Boys.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY – Features

John Stamos: A Hollywood Survival Guide

The ”Glee” guest star shares secrets for surviving fame both on and off camera

By Adam B. Vary

John Stamos strides into a Los Angeles diner on a bright morning looking nowhere near his 47 years, but he’s definitely feeling them. Currently appearing in a multi-episode arc on Glee, he’s keenly aware that he’s surrounded by a cast roughly the same age as the Olsen twins. ”I was the youngest guy on set always,” Stamos says ruefully, ”and all of a sudden I’m the elder statesman.” That’s right, the man known to millions as Uncle Jesse on Full House has been on your television for 28 years (since breaking out as Blackie Parrish on General Hospital in 1982), and even he admits with a laugh, ”I should’ve been long gone by now.” How has Stamos endured when so many other ’80s-sitcom dreamboats have been lost to either obscurity or celebreality shows on VH1? By following these five simple rules for surviving Hollywood. Continue reading

Atlantic’s Harold Pinter Double Bill Extended Through 12/19

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY’S

THE COLLECTION & A KIND OF ALASKA:

TWO PLAYS BY HAROLD PINTER

EXTENDED BEFORE OPENING

NOW THROUGH SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2010

(l-r) Matt McGrath, Darren Pettie, Rebecca Henderson, Larry Bryggman, Lisa Emery and director Karen Kohlhaas in rehearsal for Atlantic Theater Company’s THE COLLECTION & A KIND OF ALASKA: TWO PLAYS BY HAROLD PINTER. Previews November 3, opens November 22 at Classic Stage Company (136 East 13th Street). Photo: Kevin Thomas Garcia.

Atlantic Theater Company (Neil Pepe, Artistic Director; Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director)’s first main stage production of its 2010-2011 season, THE COLLECTION & A KIND OF ALASKA: TWO PLAYS BY HAROLD PINTER has been extended in advance of officially opening later this month. The limited engagement will now play through Sunday, December 19 2010. Continue reading

Arts in the Armed Forces hosts star-studded performance Nov. 8

Actors Adam Driver (Mrs. Warren’s Profession)

and Joanne Tucker announce

ARTS IN THE ARMED FORCES

A non-profit organization committed to bridging the gap between military personnel and the performing arts.

On November 8, 2010 at 8pm, AITAF will present a FREE star-studded evening of monologues and jazz to service men and women and their families at Roundabout Theatre Company’s American Airlines Theatre.

On Monday, November 8th at 8:00PM, AITAF will hold a star-studded performance for servicemen & woman and their families in honor of Veteran’s Day at Roundabout Theatre Company’s American Airlines Theatre.  David Cromer will direct, and participants include Eric Bogosian, Susan Sarandon, Dianne Wiest, Reg E. Cathey, John Patrick Shanley, Lauren Ambrose, Jay O. Sanders, Francois Battiste, Saidah Ekulona and the John Batiste Jazz Trio.

The evening consists of a scene and several monologues from modern plays interspersed with jazz, for a SOLD OUT audience of military veterans and current service men and women and their families from in and around the New York City area, as well as a cross-section of the performing arts and civilian communities. The material performed is selected with an eye to what might speak to this particular audience, without being exclusively war-themed or focused.

One of AITAF’s main interests lies in erasing the distinctions of what makes one person a soldier and another an artist by exposing two seemingly different communities to the same stories in the hopes that their individual responses will lead to inspired dialogue. Continue reading

Watch the Video of THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS on WABC “Eyewitness News”

WATCH

THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS

ON WABC “EYEWITNESS NEWS”

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO

THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS, playing at off-Broadway’s Minetta Lane Theatre (18 Minetta Lane, NYC) were recently featured on WABC’s “Eyewitness News.” CLICK HERE to watch reporter Jamie Roth behind-the-scenes at the Minetta Lane Theatre.

If you see one group of multi-faceted new-vaudevillians at the apex of their ambidextrous and alliterative ability, see The Flying Karamazov Brothers also. They are not your father’s wild-haired, juggling, flame-throwing, kilt-and-tutu-wearing performers.  Each night, the audience is invited to bring objects to the theater for the FKBs to keep airborne in a challenge that ends either with a pie in the face or a standing ovation.  As director / founder/ performer Paul Magid says, “Juggling is dropping.”  Julia Roberts had to go all the way to India to learn the same thing; you need only take the train to West 4th Street.

The show suits all audiences:  adults, students, students who watch Glee, tourists, theatergoers, theatre-avoiders, pseudo-intellectuals, Abe Vigoda, the friendless, geeks, hedge fund managers, hedge fund managers who are now Duane Reade assistant managers, kids (but only gifted ones with a solid background in the classics), disgraced religious leaders, Kardashians, and politicians. Pardoned? Incarcerated?  They don’t discriminate.

The FKBs recently became the first show to broadcast live interactive theatre when a portion of the show known as ‘The Gamble” was live-streamed over the internet. Viewers can bet nightly on whether the FKBs will win the challenge of jugging objects brought in by the audience.  Winners can earn points toward redemption of tickets, drinks, t-shirts, and in rare cases, souls.

A TRIUMPH. As close to a sure thing as can be found onstage.

100 minutes of cleverness and comedy that go by in a flash.”

The New York Times

“Get to the Minetta Lane Theatre and give your inner child 100 minutes of fast-paced fun.

From the moment they go on stage…these four funny men get the audience laughing.

A TRIUMPH OF COMIC SILLINESS.”

– Associated Press

A TREAT FOR ANYONE WITH A FUNNY BONE!”

Time Out Kids

NOBODY LEAVES THE THEATER WITHOUT A BIG GRIN.”

Variety

TICKET INFORMATION:

Tickets for THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS are available by calling Ticketmaster.com at (800) 982-2787, online at Ticketmaster.com or in person at the Minetta Lane Theatre box office (18 Minetta Lane, NYC). For THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS group sales, contact Theatre Direct International at 212-541-8457 x 2, or outside the NY metro area at 1-800-BROADWAY x 2. Tickets range in price from $20-65.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

Wednesday through Saturday at 8pm; Saturday & Sunday at 2pm

Beginning November 1, 2010 matinees change from 2pm to 3pm: Wednesday through Saturday at 8pm; Saturday & Sunday at 3pm

THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS is performed without an intermission and the running time is 80 minutes.

FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS Featured on WABC “Eyewitness News” Today, 10/25; 5:30-6 p.m.

WATCH

THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS

ON WABC “EYEWITNESS NEWS”

Today, Monday, October 25th; 5:30 – 6:00 p.m.

NOW PLAYING AT THE MINETTA LANE THEATRE

THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS, now playing at off-Broadway’s Minetta Lane Theatre (18 Minetta Lane, NYC), will be featured today, Monday, October 25th between 5:30-6:00 p.m. on WABC’s “Eyewitness News,” Channel 7 in the tri-state area. Reporter Jamie Roth goes behind-the-scenes at the Minetta Lane Theatre, puts on a giant tutu, performs an elaborate dance, walks through a gauntlet of juggling pins – and lives to tell. We smell a Pulitzer Prize for Journalism.

If you see one group of multi-faceted new-vaudevillians at the apex of their ambidextrous and alliterative ability, see The Flying Karamazov Brothers also. They are not your father’s wild-haired, juggling, flame-throwing, kilt-and-tutu-wearing performers.  Each night, the audience is invited to bring objects to the theater for the FKBs to keep airborne in a challenge that ends either with a pie in the face or a standing ovation.  As director / founder/ performer Paul Magid says, “Juggling is dropping.”  Julia Roberts had to go all the way to India to learn the same thing; you need only take the train to West 4th Street. Continue reading