14 Apr

Alexis’s Advice for David’s Driving Test – Schitt’s Creek

 

13 Apr

Never Wave at a WAC (1953) ROSALIND RUSSELL

 

 

Stars: Rosalind Russell, Paul Douglas, Marie Wilson
Director: Norman Z. McLeod

Jo McBain, a divorced socialite and daughter of Senator Tom Roberts, asks her father to get her an officer’s commission in the WACs, so she can be in Paris with her boy friend, Lt. Colonel ‘Sky” Fairchild. But her father decides the WAC training won’t hurt her and she ends up in Fort Lee, Virginia, along with an ex-burlesque queen, ‘”Danger” McDowd, now know as Clara. She is forced to go through basic training. Her ex-husband, Andrew McBain, shows up at Fort Lee on business and Fairchild returns there from Paris. McBain wants her back and Fairchild just wants her.

 

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12 Apr

Hi Diddle Diddle (1943) ADOLPHE MENJOU

 

 

Stars: Adolphe Menjou, Martha Scott, Pola Negri
Director: Andrew L. Stone

When the bride’s mother is supposedly swindled out of her money by a spurned suitor

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, the groom’s father orchestrates a scheme of his own to set things right.

 

11 Apr

Schitt’s Creek Finale- Cabaret – “Willkommen” – Jeff Dimitriou Choreography

 

Jeff Dimitriou Choreography

It takes a village to create film and television magic. I was surrounded by a wonderful team of assistants that I truly trust and help make my job easier.

This was truly a magical journey.

It was an intensive rehearsal schedule for all involved. The cast were being transported between rehearsals and set to continue filming, while my team and I were busy working out the vocabulary.

Fo those who don’t know: We call this team in the dance industry a skeleton crew. This team is provided for the choreographer to develop the vocabulary for the piece. Much like a musician needs his instruments to compose. It’s the same for choreographers. The exception being is that we use our skeleton crew as our instruments.

As the piece progressed

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, and with Dan’s direction included we found just the perfect combination of energy that made sense for the characters and scene.

 

11 Apr

Stevie Sings “Maybe This Time” – Schitt’s Creek

 

Stevie has a heart-to-heart with Moira backstage before bringing the house down as Sally Bowles.

 

10 Apr

Celtic Woman – The Call

 

 

Lyrics

 

 

Sometimes in this life we hear
Calling from somewhere
Sometimes it is loud and clear
Sometimes it’s so softly there

 

 

Sometimes it is in the sea
Sometimes in the sky
Sometimes it’s in you and me
Sometimes it’s a cry

 

 

Open your heart
I am calling you
Right from the very start
Your wounded heart was calling, too

 

 

Open your arms
You will find the answer
When you answer to the Call

 

 

Sometimes it is in desire
Or in the love we fear
When the call is calling us
‘Till the fear will disappear

 

 

When we have no dance to dance
The call is in the song
When we have no voice to sing
Then the call is calling strong

 

 

Open your heart
I am calling you
Right from the very start
Your wounded heart was calling

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, too

 

 

Open your arms
You will find the answer
When you answer to the Call

 

 

Open your heart
I am calling you
Right from the very start
Your wounded heart was calling, too

 

 

Open your arms
You will find the answer
When you answer to the Call

 

 

Open your heart, your heart
And you will find the answer
To the Call!

 

 

10 Apr

Pettifogging Moira’s Vocabulary in Schitt’s Creek

 

Moira’s vocabulary in Schitt’s Creek is never boring. From her use of words like bombilating and bedeviled to her general ability to make everything sound impeccably dramatic

, Vulture has decoded some of Moira’s greatest spoken hits ahead of the Schitt’s Creek season-five premiere.