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Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “Growing Up with Chico”

[Translate] GROWING UP WITH CHICO – by Maxine Marx Maxine Marx’s book about her experience as part of the family that gave us the Marx Brothers is deservedly well-known and much loved by classic movie fans.  Her anecdotes are funny, loving Read the full article…

Check out Vaudevisuals – Review – June 2016

[Translate] Vaudevisuals – Year in Review – June 2016 June was quite an active month. Bindlestiff Open Stage at Dixon Place, The Big Apple Circus was losing it’s presence in NYC, Quick Change book was started and Conjuring in Asia got Read the full article…

“I’ll Say She Is” – The Lost Marx Brothers Musical at The Connelly Theater

[Translate] First of all…there is this wonderful NY Times review! “Mr. Diamond himself plays Groucho, and he might as well be Groucho. Matt Roper’s Chico and Seth Shelden’s Harpo are also meticulous, and Matt Walters completes the quartet with the Read the full article…

The Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “Gimme a Thrill” by Noah Diamond

[Translate] I usually post ‘The Vaudevisuals Bookshelf’ once a week but this week is ‘Special’. The publication of Noah Diamond’s new book “Gimme A Thrill”. I will let you read the text on Amazon since I am a photographer mostly! Read the full article…

“Words” by Chuck Workman – A 1987 Compilation of Hollywood Films

[Translate] This short film, released by the Writers Guild Foundation in 1987, honors the craft of screenwriting and the writers behind our favorite lines and cinematic moments. Written and directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Chuck Workman, it was screened at Read the full article…

The Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – Groucho Marx: The Comedy of Existence

[Translate] Born Julius Marx in 1890, the brilliant comic actor who would later be known as Groucho was the most verbal of the famed comedy team, the Marx Brothers, his broad slapstick portrayals elevated by ingenious wordplay and double entendre. Read the full article…

Groucho Marx appears on Dick Cavett show – Sept 6th, 1969.

[Translate] During this Dick Cavett show only 30 minutes of the interview with Groucho Marx was aired due to time constraints of the network. Groucho stayed in the studio for another 30 minutes and talked to Dick Cavett and the Read the full article…

“I’ll Say She Is” – A collection of stills from the video shot at the 2014 Fringe Festival

[Translate] THE MARX BROTHERS LEGENDARY 1924 Production returned to the stage for the first time in 90 years! Video taped on the last night of the Fringe Festival’s production of “I’ll Say She Is” by Jim R Moore Stills excerpted Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals Interview with Noah Diamond – “I’ll Say She Is”

[Translate] Noah Diamond plays GROUCHO and also had his hand in recreating the lost Marx Brother’s show “I’ll Say She Is” which is opening at the Fringe Festival in NYC on August 10th, 2014.t 10 – 22 Here is an Read the full article…