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Legendary actress ELAINE STRITCH, humorist PAUL RUDNICK, MICHAEL MUSTO of The Village Voice and JEREMY McCARTER of New York Magazine join co-hosts MICHEAL RIEDEL of The New York Post and series producer SUSAN HASKINS to celebrate THEATER TALK's 10th Anniversary on Thirteen. Riedel and Haskins look back at highlights from interviews with some of their favorite guests including: playwright EDWARD ALBEE, actors EILEEN ATKINS and the late ALAN BATES, composer/pop icon BOY GEORGE, critic BEN BRANTLEY of The New York Times, actors DICK CAVETT, LEA DeLARIA and BRIAN DENNEHY, "Sweeney Todd" director JOHN DOYLE, "WIT" playwright MARGARET EDSON, Tony Award winners HARVEY FIERSTEIN and RICHARD GRIFFITHS, playwright DAVID HARE, ventriloquist JAY JOHNSON, performance artist SARAH JONES, composer JOHN KANDER and the late lyricist/librettist FRED EBB, writer/director ARTHUR LAURENTS, actor FRANK LANGELLA, producer CAMERON MACKINTOSH, playwright ADAM RAPP, the great actress MARIAN SELDES, British critc MARK STEYN and writer/performer BRUCE VILANCH. The program also pays tribute to the recently deceased press agent, BOB FENNELL, with a scene from the 1997 Hegedus/Pennebaker documentary "Moon Over Broadway" in which Fennell, a beloved member of the theater community, figures prominently. Theater Talk is a series devoted to the world of the stage. It began on New York television in 1993 and is co-hosted by Michael Riedel (Broadway columnist for the New York Post) and series producer Susan Haskins. The program is one of the few independent productions on PBS and now airs weekly on Thirteen/WNET in New York and WGBH in Boston. Now, CUNY TV offers New York City viewers additional opportunities to catch each week's show. (Of course, Theater Talk is no stranger to CUNY TV, since the show is taped here each week before its first airing on Thirteen/WNET.) The series is produced by Theater Talk Productions, a not-for-profit corporation and is funded by contributions from private foundations and individuals, as well as The New York State Council on the Arts. Watch more at www.cuny.tv/series/theatertalk
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Stephen Rea reads James Connolly, 'In Praise of the Empire' (9 October 1915) at The People Speak event, London, September 2012. Hosted by Colin Firth and Anthony Arnove, authors of the book The People Speak.
Rejected score composed by Alan Silvestri... mostly ;) Never officialy released. 01. Mission: Impossible Theme 02. The Prague Set-Up/Ethan Escapes 03. The NOC List & Mole Hunt 04. Mission: Impossible Theme 05. Langley CIA Heist 06. Max Is Targeted/Relying On Luther 07. The Plot & Main Theme 08. Claire 09. Kittridge's Trap 10. Mission: Impossible Theme 11. High-Velocity Train/The Chopper 12. Tunnel Chase 13. End Credits (Adam Clayton & Larry Mullen) 14. The Impossible: Mission Force (Lalo Schifrin) 15. Lalo's Lullabye (The Plot) 16. Mission Accomplished (Lalo Schifrin) 17. Trailer #1 (Lalo Schifrin & Danny Elfman) 18. Trailer #2 (Hans Zimmer) 19. Trailer #3 (Michael Giacchino) 20. Reprise (Michael Giacchino) Didn't make this for money or fame. I don't have any rights to this music. Enjoy!