We’re still here! And if you’re just like me, may hate the ‘we’re still here’ update. But since we don’t post candids, and Michelle didn’t made any other appearance since our last update, we’ll have to stick on it for a while.
I’ve re-added over 6000 pictures under Public Appearances from 1997 until 2008. Lots of new pictures have been added, and the final moving gallery will be finished soon.
As previously posted here, the gallery is being transferred to another installation due some unfortunate upgrade. Its taking more time than expected because we don’t have the old gallery to guide us, so all files are needing to be downloaded, sorted, and reuploaded again. It’s a 10 years old work having to be done in days, so please, forgive us for the late.
We have already 56.000 pictures added, and the last ones to be added are the public appearances, which I hope to be finished this weekend.
Tickets for Roundabout Theatre Company’s highly-anticipated CABARET revival starring Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams are now on sale to the general public.
Roundabout is also set to host a box office opening celebration at Broadway’s Studio 54 (254 West 54th Street). The box office will open for one week only started yesterday, November 11.
CABARET will play a 24-week limited engagement beginning previews on March 21, 2014 and open officially on April 24, 2014 at the newly transformed Kit Kat Klub at Studio 54 on Broadway (254 West 54th Street).
Ticket buyers can also purchase tickets online at roundabouttheatre.org, by phone at 212-719-1300 and at Roundabout’s
The movie about President John F. Kennedy based on the book “Letters to Jackie: Condolences From a Grieving Nation” by Ellen Fitzpatrick, professor of history at the University of New Hampshire, will premiere nationwide on TLC at 9 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17.
The film debuts as an exclusive television event on TLC to mark the 50th anniversary of the president’s assassination. The documentary is based on Fitzpatrick’s book, which examines the extraordinary collection of letters sent to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy following the president’s assassination and creates a moving portrait of the nation’s grief from such a cross-section of American life.
Twenty A-list celebrities have lent their recognizable voices to give life to these letters from everyday Americans, including a polio-stricken 13-year-old who offers words of strength for the first lady, a Peace Corps volunteer who mourns the loss while stationed in Ethiopia and an African American woman who expressed her pride and gratitude for President Kennedy’s work in the civil rights movement.
The participating talent includes Bérénice Bejo, Demián Bichir, Jessica Chastain, Chris Cooper, Viola Davis, Zooey Deschanel, Kirsten Dunst, Anne Hathaway, Allison Janney, John Krasinski, Melissa Leo, Laura Linney, Frances McDormand, Chloë Grace Moretz, Mark Ruffalo, Octavia Spencer, Hailee Steinfeld, Channing Tatum, Betty White, and Michelle Williams.
TLC website has a sneak peek of the movie, that can’t be embed, but be sure to check out.